Previous PageTuesday, February 12, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • Bertha
  • Mama Tried -->
  • Mexicali Blues
  • Dancin in the Streets
  • Same Thing
  • Get out of My Life Woman
  • West LA Fadeaway
  • Second That Emotion

Second Set

  • Estimated Prophet -->
  • Eyes of the World
  • Playing in the Band -->
  • Uncle John's Band
  • Samson and Delilah
  • Lost Sailor -->
  • Saint of Circumstance -->
  • Wharf Rat
  • I Need a Miracle -->
  • One More Saturday Night

Next jam is next Tuesday the 19th of February. 

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Iconoclasts, that's what we are.   Except for Trister we had a nice full band in the third floor of Caroll's.  A bomb scare att the Port Authority earlier in the day didn't deter us from our Iconclastic ways.  Kevin's friend Ken was there with his friend Stu.  Trying to find answers in all the wrong places.  Not only does Deadstein not have answers, it doesn't even have questions.  The original "Snappa-Snapple-Gola" was there with a friend of his who hasn't seen us in a while.  It was good to see him.

Iconoclasts (def.)

1.  somebody challenging tradition: somebody who challenges or overturns traditional beliefs, customs, and values
2.  RELIGION destroyer of religious images: somebody who destroys religious images used in worship or is opposed to their use in worship
3.  HISTORY heretic in Greek Orthodox Church: a member of an 8th-century movement in the Greek Orthodox Church that tried to end the use of icons

We played pretty well.  I didn't tape and just used my Roland VG-88Ex for sounds and it was okay but rarely bad.  Nice Mama-Mex, playing Uncle Johns.  Even the Sailor Saint was better than expected.  We got through the setlist plus, who could ask for anything more?  Thank God we didn't do the Box of Rain.  In the end, the encore that was called for never materialized as each and every song that was requested was rejected.  That got us out 15 minutes early.

Till next Tuesday.


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Name: TB
Date: 2/13/02
Time: 10:41:00 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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Some Grate moments, some good moments and some not so good moments...as gind would ponder: "Hey, Whatcha gonna do?" nice 76-77 beat on the Dancin. We had the Samson til I screwed it up on the end. Gotta focus on that one. Also, Gotta get down that break on the Sailor...."There's a Sea Bird Crying...." and we will be ok! PITB>UJB was superb. WestLA and 2nd that E were beautious. See you Freaks TUesday.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 2/13/02
Time: 4:25:51 PM
Remote Name: 207.97.189.63

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Classic guests.

Classic fun.

Classic Deadstein.


Name: dave
Date: 2/13/02
Time: 10:46:59 PM
Remote Name: 205.188.193.177

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"we just have to get down the break in the sailor/saint and we'll be ok"(tp).....if it were only that easy.___________"iconoclastein"___________if you rearrange the letters of of my favorite drug---STOCALCION----it spells "iconoclast"---and as amazing as it may seem its used to cure the terminally dyseuphoriated____________and for my rythymate scottie -----i really hope that wasn't the iconoclast time......THERE CERTAINLY WAS A LOT OF GOOD MUSIC LAST NIGHT---UJ/PLAYING AND MAMA/MEX as LG pointed out ... maybe next time we can give you exactly what you wanted tom --- AND DEFINATELY AND GREAT SAT NIGHT---I was playing in my head the whole day on tues and it actually came out pretty close to what i had.


Name: dave
Date: 2/15/02
Time: 12:16:27 AM
Remote Name: 205.188.193.162

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as is so often the case...deadstein acts as a microcosm of society...the travesty at the olympics is a direct result of having the results of voting for a SUBJECTIVE topic determine the outcome of an event...i say eliminate all sports where peoples opinions determine "THE BEST" ei. figure skating, all the X game type events like the 1/2 pipe snowboard and the freeform ski.


Name: dave
Date: 2/15/02
Time: 12:19:33 AM
Remote Name: 205.188.193.162

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Name: Brotpen
Date: 2/15/02
Time: 10:48:19 AM
Remote Name: 208.59.41.100

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...uh....Dave....what should we do with baseball umpires?


Name: Larry G
Date: 2/15/02
Time: 11:55:06 AM
Remote Name: 168.191.112.159

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Make the umpires go on a diet. 1/2 pipe snowboarding is not Olympic worthy like curling is. I agree with Dave on the Olympics. Is this an Okay discussion for the website Kev?


Name: KEVIN
Date: 2/15/02
Time: 1:32:23 PM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.45

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Discuss away mein host.


Name: Tb
Date: 2/15/02
Time: 1:39:03 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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I (being an inconoclast) disagree. Snowboarding has as much a place in Olympics as anything else. Once upon a time, the Biathlon was only a Military demonstration, before becoming a demonstration sport and finally an Olympic even in 1960. Who would have agreed that adding something like shooting to an already recognized event would make an entirely new event. Snowboarding had to come along at some point.


Name: dave
Date: 2/16/02
Time: 12:30:49 AM
Remote Name: 205.188.192.27

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first rich --- yes baseball does have a degree of subjectivity...yet it is confined to did a runner get to a base before the ball, was the pitch a strike and fair or foul --- the "subjective-laden" events like ice skating allows the personal opinions of the judges to determine if some manuver is good/acceptable thus arbitrarily giving creedence to each judges set of stanards....of course if they could perfect some automatic 3-dimentional halogram grid around homeplate to determine strikes that would solve that problem--that plus the perfection of the "instant-instant reply" would cure baseball of all controversy....next the gind---i agree with 'cause he agrees with me, enough said except i did get a strange phone call the other day stating in 10 more pounds i would be considered and alternate for opening day...last but not least TB---i dont dislike snowboard racing !!!----ps did you know that biathlon was actually a new stretch fabric to be worn by both men and women skiers.


Name: tb
Date: 2/16/02
Time: 11:26:45 AM
Remote Name: 24.47.11.40

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dave- -did you say in 10 more lbs you would be considered openning day?

Snowboarding has paid its dues. I agree the participants need to look more like athletes and less like rave-goers; but my man on the ground in Salt Lake City (DaveM, a head to boot) says that everyone went from polite oohs and ahhs to rockin with the participants as soon as the event started. That's right, the organizers piped in heavy metal and power pop music for the events, and everybody in the place was having a feel-good time. Now how can you object to that?


Name: Larry G
Date: 2/16/02
Time: 12:11:43 PM
Remote Name: 63.61.187.233

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TB just made my point, snowboarding is not olympic worthy but suitable for ESPN2's X-games. Ironically, I'm not putting down snowboarding, but putting down the Olympics.

PS, beware of Emails from Andy Trister with attachments, they contain viruses.


Name: scott
Date: 2/16/02
Time: 12:57:26 PM
Remote Name: 66.108.67.181

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To late, My pc cillin detected a virus from a email sent by LB Only. Of course I don't open it, but I proceed to open the email from trister. Why the f*** would he be sending me his resume? Oh well. I scanned and placed the virus comfortably in quarantine. Why don't I ever see the warnings prior to my fast click of the mouse? I am not looking good for tuesday fellas...See ya the following week.


Name: dave
Date: 2/16/02
Time: 2:28:55 PM
Remote Name: 205.188.192.164

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what i meant was if i gain 10 more pounds i could be an umpire by opening day......i'm considering hiring trister......NOW THE IMPORTANT STUFF--THIS WAS JUST ANNOUNCED, DIG IT ---->Subjective Judging to Be Re-Examined By John Mehaffey REUTERS Feb 15 2002 7:53PM

SALT LAKE CITY, Feb 15 (Reuters) - All Olympic sports involving subjective judging will be re-examined after the International Skating Union (ISU) was forced to suspend a judge for misconduct.

"We are going to talk to the international federations who have subjective judging to discuss when and where they can improve," International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge told a news conference on Friday.

Other Olympic sports which can be decided by a judge's personal opinion include gymnastics, diving and synchronised swimming.

PS --I GUESS ITS GOOD ON NO LONGER ON THE MONTHLY EULOGY REPORT


Name: dave
Date: 2/16/02
Time: 5:58:10 PM
Remote Name: 64.12.102.27

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that was supposed to be ... i guess its good i'm not on the monthly eulogy report.


Name: Trister
Date: 2/17/02
Time: 5:18:09 PM
Remote Name: 24.151.15.6

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Name: Trister
Date: 2/17/02
Time: 5:18:58 PM
Remote Name: 24.151.15.6

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Dave, trust me, you don't need to hire me to gain ten pounds


Name: Brotpen
Date: 2/17/02
Time: 10:10:08 PM
Remote Name: 205.188.199.182

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Speaking about subjective judging, a french poodle with a pretentious hair cut won best in show at Westminster Dog Show at Madison Square Garden. Bummer. Patti & I were pulling for the Affenpinscher.

Oobla-dee, oobla-da, Life goes on.


Name: dave
Date: 2/18/02
Time: 11:40:22 PM
Remote Name: 205.188.196.21

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bra


Name: tb
Date: 2/19/02
Time: 4:56:43 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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getting excited to see you fellow freaky people soon enough. ALmost time to leave the orifice.

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