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Tuesday, 1/27/04, Smash Studio A

It was the night Brotpen came back to the jam.  A black fiberglass cast just below his knee and a Herman Munster boot protecting it and enough  metal in his leg too trigger a code orange at Kennedy airport if he attempted to board a plane.  Nevertheless, Rich hobbled into Deadstein playing like nothing had happened,  Good to see him back.  As for the rest of us, we were there in Smash Studio A.  Trister was having some technical difficulties after his equipment and blue wires all melted down after his last public gig.  He would wrestle that and the amp's crickets all night long.  In addition the beer machine was out of order so there was nothing good to wash the Gentleman Jack down with.

There were no guests in the room and we played up to the closing bell at 11:00, five minutes after the red light came on.  We played a few less songs than we have been playing for the past several weeks but it seemed like a full night of music anyway.   My left shoulder that the guitar rests on was aching all night long.

Kevin, Coffee-Bro and I met at the Fresco Taco where I had a couple of steak fajitas.  There was little traffic getting in for me, Trister had a different experience.  I stopped a Paulies for a couple of slices on the way home. The  temperature was still frigid as I chose to park a block away to save $10.  It was the nights of President Bush's State of the Union following the big John Kerry upset win in the Iowa Caucuses over the front running Howard Dean who made an idiot of himself screaming to rally his troops to victory.


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Name: Larry G
Date: 1/21/2004
Time: 9:54:37 AM
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Thank you Mitch for the CDs from the wek before. I haven't listened yet but I look forward to it. I'll also thank you on Bill behalf for his CDs.

Name: Brotpen
Date: 1/23/2004
Time: 11:02:06 AM
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It sure is great to be back playing music. Especially since the music we played was good. I hope the sidewalks are clear of ice & snow for next Tuesday. But who can the weather command?

Name: Trister
Date: 1/25/2004
Time: 8:04:33 AM
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I'm not sure of the cancellation policy at Smash....we have some bad weather moving in Tues and I won't drive in a storm....

Name: Trister
Date: 1/27/2004
Time: 5:22:11 PM
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Have fun tonite fellers....I'll be home by the fireplace with my dogs....

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