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First Set
  • Wonderful World
  • Waiting For a Miracle
  • You Never Can Tell
  • To Lay Me Down

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  • Little Sadie
  • Love in the Afternoon
  • She Belongs To Me
  • Shakedown Street
  • Direwolf
  • Rhapsody in Red
  • High Time
  • Strugglin' Man
  • Like a Rolling Stone
  • Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down
  • Midnight Moonlight
  • Box of Rain

Next jam is next Tuesday, February 29, 2000.  

Virgils Feast
As you can tell once again, Kevin was not there to join us.  The setlist look of the site is falling quickly. All we have is food to look back on. Andy was also a late no shower so we had a skeletal staff.   Dave was loving playing bass for two weeks in a row.  Wishing a slow recovery for Kevin.  It was also a Larry Brent Birthday show.  I Did some new tweaking on the PA, whatever?  It sounded good, no?  I chained it mono.  Some unique songs and we never really crashed and burned except for the aborted Lucky Ol' Sun.  The To Lay Me Down was heading down quickly but the Virgil's delivery was at the door and we made a mad rush.  Except for these short comings we played pretty well.

Tefillin-Ken arrived during our powerful Virgil's porkfest to fill in while I played my last several obligatory drum songs.  The last three and I finally got in a good Box of Rain.  I survived my right hip exhaustion during the Midnight Moonlight and the rest was good.  Considering we ate big, the song quantity was up there.

Speaking of good, who is to argue with Steele when he says we need to do Virgils.  It was big and delicious. Johnny likes his cold and congealed.  It was all great.  Fried steak, ribs, biscuits, maple butter. The slaw was marginal and the butter was melted.  Brown gravy was tremendous.  On the news front, Daryl Strawberry failed another drug test and John McCain won the Michigan and Arizona primaries.  George W. Bush was a no show in both states and was reported to be hitting ball with Strawberry over the weekend.

Till we leap next Tuesday.

General Comments

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Name: dave s
Date: 2/23/00
Time: 10:21:19 PM


my fingertips are bleeding, but its ok---i've got pork in my system

Name: Larry G.
Date: 2/24/00
Time: 4:25:29 PM


On Larry's original setlist he had Me and Bobby McGee as the third song and I replaced it with the You Never Can Tell (C'est La Vie as danced to in Pulp Fiction by Vinnie Barbarinno and Uma Thurman). The irony of it is that when we were in the lead it sounded and felt just like a Bobby McGee. I thought it was pretty weird at the time. Did onyone else experiece that? I lked playing the song. I thought it was a rousing success.

Name: Trister
Date: 2/24/00
Time: 5:06:10 PM


Can we have Virgil's again next looks tremendous

Name: Larry G.
Date: 2/25/00
Time: 6:44:04 PM


For the record, we did do a You Win Again. Speaking of Virgil's, I was rushed on Tuesday night getting to the last page of the Virgil's menu where they list family style. I had no ability to change the culinary inertia that was going on, but now that I have time to sit back and reflect on the meal and the menu. That family style memphis rib, fried chicken, tubs of sides, etc is sounding pretty good. No one mentioned we forgot about the banana pudding last week also. I'm hungry in New Jersey with nothing good to eat, I wish it was Tuesday, at least for dinner.

Name: michael and bella
Date: 2/26/00
Time: 3:02:16 PM



Date: 2/26/00
Time: 3:07:55 PM


virgils!?....virgils you say, did we have virgils?.....i thought it was just a chunky pork dream i had after counting pigs to sleep.....three different ones that is. ah but but after all, how charard we are

Date: 2/28/00
Time: 10:30:45 AM




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