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First Set
  • Help on the Way
  • Slipknot!
  • Franklin's Tower
  • Tom Thumb Blues
  • Althea
  • Dancing in the Streets
  • Sugaree
  • Throwing Stones
  • Foolish Heart
  • Birdsong
  • Deal
  • Wharf Rat -->
  • West LA Fade Away
  • Same Thing
  • Estimated Prophet -->
  • Terrapin Station
  • US Blues

The date of the next jam is scheduled for Tuesday March 20, 2001 at Vinny's on 27th from 8:30 to 12:30.  There was no other day or time that would work so get prepared for a late night.

 

Scott was at a Knick game with his son and Rich was somewhere, I don't know where and Johnny was also somewhere I don't know where and Larry was somewhere I do not dare so we had a small crew.  Dave was drumming by himself and Larry left the jam by himsef halfway through.  Their beats were obviously not mixing.  It was like beating their heads against the wall which I assume they both felt like doing to each other.  Luckily, cooler heads prevailed and there was no skull material to scrape off the walls, but if looks and sound could kill, well I'm glad they couldn't.  It was too bad also becuase I have heard our music sound worse than last night and there were some good moments.

Since this is our second to last night at Vinny's with it's ultimate demise, we played solidly through the whole night for one long set.  For once, all my shit was working without things shorting out, which is surprising since right as I got there I looked at the power strip I was about to use and it almost blew up in my hands and started a fire.  As Kevin pointed out, without Rich there, It was ironic how I was using my midi-guitar to play all the cheesey synthsized parts that I have always hated, but at times I thought they sounded good.

The only guest for the night was Robert Schwartz who showed up late in the night.  Andy, Tom and I ate at a crowded Tortilla Flats before hand.

 

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Name: " ! "
Date: 3/17/01
Time: 11:10:30 AM
Remote Name: 205.188.199.166

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Name: scott
Date: 3/18/01
Time: 11:56:08 AM
Remote Name: 24.168.70.129

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where are we meeting for COFFEE b/4 the jam.


Name: scott
Date: 3/18/01
Time: 7:11:39 PM
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LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- John Phillips, a singer and songwriter whose music helped define the 1960s, died of heart failure Sunday morning. He was 65.

The member of the Mamas and the Papas died at the University of California Medical Center, said a hospital spokesman.

Elizabeth Freund, a New York-based spokeswoman for Phillips, said the singer entered the hospital a couple of weeks ago with a shoulder injury. While there, doctors discovered a stomach infection, which hurt his kidneys, Freund said.

Family members were with him at the time of his death, she said. Hits by the Mamas and the Papas included: "California Dreamin'" and "Monday, Monday."


Name: Brotpen
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 2:37:33 AM
Remote Name: 205.188.193.176

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Another man done gone. Kaddish.


Name: tbanjo
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 10:34:04 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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oh, well, I still have to mangia....and now we could choose a place where we can actually sit down and enjoy a meal. If anyone besides me thinks this is a good idea, sing out..... There are some songs from the jam that i do not even remember. It should be noted, that flirting with the waitress caused her to spike my drink, I think. I almost: had a panic attack, and passed out ala Tony Soprano. I definately had bad thoughts. I sweated out a gallon of water from the top of my head. My arms and legs were numb, and I could not feel my hands. Help through Deal is a mystery to me. i am not joking. I did not tell anyone because i did ot want to alarm anyone, but I figured, as soon as I collapsed, you guys would know something was up. anyway, from Wharf Rat on, I was ok. I think that it definately also relfects on what I think sounded good. Looking forward to getting back Rich and Scott. Also, Larry Brent. David drummed beautifully on Thursday after his initial "adjustment" miracles for Johnny, Rich and Scotty tomorrow.


Name: Larry G
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 11:40:43 AM
Remote Name: 168.191.113.102

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Tom: If you think Deadstein will take notice and do anything about someone passing out you may be sadly mistaken if history tell us anything. Our one time keyboardist Jeremy passed out during a long, hot Other One type of Jam in a hot, sweaty rehearsal studio. We kept playing, pay no attention to the passed out person. If you are likely to pass out in the future, I suggest one of those transmitters you wear around your neck to tell someone you've fallen and can't get up. It will be much more reliable than us discoverying and helping you. I wouldn't want you to get a false sense of security.

PS - I'm not sure I'll make it for dinner. I'll let everyone know on Tuesday afternoon. Keep me posted on where the location is.


Name: tbanjo
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 11:53:41 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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thanks Larry for the warning. I think that we should pass up Tortilla Flats for a while (at least I will) and get a Doctor to join the band.


Name: scott
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 2:03:16 PM
Remote Name: 64.64.50.18

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wanna try corner bistro corner of jane/west 4th street/ 8th avenue. GREAT BURGERS SERVED ON GOOD OL'PAPER PLATES


Name: tbanjo
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 3:04:55 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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OK, Scotty, this time the burge joint works for me...last time, it seemed unfeasable. What is the name of this paper-plating-burger joint-on -jane?


Name: scott
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 3:08:16 PM
Remote Name: 64.64.50.18

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The Corner Bistro. It is physicaly on the corner of jane/w4th st right off of 8th avenue(east side)


Name: tbanjo
Date: 3/19/01
Time: 4:51:02 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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I'll be there. the corner bistro!

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