Previous PageTuesday, February 19, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • Sugar Magnolia
  • Casey Jones
  • Come Together
  • Wang Dang Doodle
  • Feel Like a Stranger
  • Tangled Up in Blue
  • Mexicali Blues
  • Box of Rain
  • Race is On
  • Lost Sailor-->
  • Saint of Circumstance

Second Set

  • Wheel
  • Victim or the Crime
  • Queen Jane
  • Brother Esau
  • Valerie
  • Johnny B. Goode
  • Brothers and Sisters
  • Sitting Here in Limbo
  • Foreever Young

Next jam is next Tuesday the 26th of February. 

kf021902.jpg (94308 bytes)
I was another Mini-Deadstein and we seem to be getting more comfortable and better at the format.  In the room, with no guests to speak of were me, Kevin, Rich, Dave and Tom Banjo.  I liked the setup in that I get to play all the leads for the night.  Dave also has been doing some listening to records? and it showed some nice results with some excellent grooves.  I especially liked the Box of Rain, Mexicali, Sailor Saint, Tangled Up and Brothers and Sisters. 

Feel Like a Stranger I was able to hit and hit hard.  Was lots of fun.   Hey, we did the whole setlist plus another few bonus songs.  We only blew the Dark Star off few lots of extras.  20 songs in all, that's a lot.  Wang Dang and the early songs were the weaker points but we gained in strenght as the night moved along.   I had a nice midi-space helping during the Victim and pulled off the trumpet during the Mexicali.  Finally, I had some nice trombone and trumpet backing during the Stranger lead.  Unfortunately I couldn't get the stereo thing going, no matter how hard I tried.

After a playing Monday night with the Eleven-Maspethstein, one of my other Deadstein coverbands, and going right to the original Tuesday Deadstein, things couldn't be too much different yet the same.  More people spread out over more time yet all the same music.  It's funny how Kevin's slogan for the night is Mass-freak and then there is the alter-ego of Mass-stein.  It's a lot of Mass-Freakin'stein if you ask me.  Thank God for the Grateful Dead that brings order and magnitude to all this anarchy.

Scott we need to know if your playing next Tuesday by Thursday so we know if we are booking Caroll's for next Tuesday or going to our already booked Smash Studios, room A.  Till next Tuesday.


General Comments
Name:
Comments

After submitting comments, you need to reload or refresh this page with your browser to see new comments.


Name: dave
Date: 2/20/02
Time: 1:19:29 AM
Remote Name: 64.12.97.7

Comments

lets just book smash permantly...that way we have it if we need it....or lets just keep paying extra money ... smash would've been 24 dollars ... we each could've got 2 large pies from dominoes with 16 dollars each ... maybe I'LL only play if scott plays ... on a more important note, using military time tomorrow at 8:02 pm is the palendrome of of all time 20:02, 02/20, 2002


Name: dave
Date: 2/20/02
Time: 1:33:04 AM
Remote Name: 64.12.97.7

Comments

oh yeah i almost forgot....the music....i also liked the stranger, the sailor/saint, the sitting here in limbo (hysterical was the gind yelling at kevin to get back when he tried to bail out--or was that the forever young, funny either way).. and as always the box---my 17th favorite dead song ( i still say its a who song )


Name: SCOTT
Date: 2/20/02
Time: 8:11:24 AM
Remote Name: 12.103.132.82

Comments

TUESDAY GOOD


Name: tbanjo
Date: 2/20/02
Time: 8:55:03 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

Comments

I loved the disc you gave me last night Larry. The vocals are right where they are supposed to be in the mix. I repeat: WHERE THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO BE.

Sailor>St only needs help on the break, otherwise, we are there. Smag, KCJ, Stranger good. Mexi - we did it right for the 1st time, ever, I think. TUIB - bad for me. Race is pat. The whole second set was wonderful, enjoyed my 1st turn at Victim...hope you all did too.


Name: Deadsteam mgmt
Date: 2/20/02
Time: 8:55:57 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

Comments

Next Tuesday booked - studio 3 - 7-11.


Name: dave
Date: 2/21/02
Time: 12:53:37 AM
Remote Name: 64.12.102.48

Comments

its not the first time i've listened to "CD's", i listen to box of rain all the time, of course i'm usually doing somejack-hammering or lying down on one of the runways at the airport....thats how i get those wonderful interpretations


Name: dave
Date: 2/21/02
Time: 12:56:04 AM
Remote Name: 64.12.102.48

Comments

its not the first time i've listened to "CD's", i listen to box of rain all the time, of course i'm usually doing somejack-hammering or lying down on one of the runways at the airport....thats how i get those wonderful interpretations


Name: Larry G.
Date: 2/21/02
Time: 11:28:38 AM
Remote Name: 168.191.113.18

Comments

Is there any drumming of any signifcance on the album version of Box of Rain? I wouldn't know.


Name: tbanjo
Date: 2/21/02
Time: 8:26:59 PM
Remote Name: 24.47.11.40

Comments

Well, no wonder...it practically sounds like a who song ;^)


Name: tbanjo
Date: 2/22/02
Time: 2:09:32 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

Comments

Go figure: The Russians are demanding a gold medal for their silver medal winning woman skater (Irina Slutskaya), saying that Sarah Hughes skated fine, and they do not mind her keeping her gold medal, but their skater did just as well, and therefore deserves a gold medal of her own, or they will pull out of the Olympics...tomorrow (cause the Russian hockey team is scheduled to face the US in the semi-finals)

WB01718_.gif (2314 bytes)
[ Home | Jams | Music | Links | Song Book ]

Search Deadstein

This Site is designed and produced by:
Larry Gindoff, President
SWIM Technologies, Inc.
PO Box 179, Pluckemin, NJ  07978-0179

2004 Larry Gindoff.
All rights reserved.
Terms of Use.