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First Set
  • Sitting here in Limbo
  • Thrill is Gone
  • Next Time You See Me
  • To Sir With Love
  • Come Together
  • I Want it My Way
  • Immigrant Song
  • Rock and Roll
  • Black Peter
  • Good Lovin'
  • Not Fade Away -->
  • Going Down the Road -->
  • Not Fade Away

Second Set

  • Hell in a Bucket
  • Stagger Lee
  • Two Of Us

Next jam and scheduled for next Tuesday, March 18, 2003 at Smash Studios R

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Another night in Smash Studios R with MiniT and Dave was back on drums.  Andy's getting tired of repeating songs and not being spacey enough so variety has got to be the spice of freak to be.  Something to work toward and to strive for.  The music was pretty tight and as Rich hopes, we got some real good takes that would keep the so called masses moving.  I assume the recording will prove this too be.

There was little traffic on this last jam before war so I got in kind of early set up most of the stuff and went downstairs to get a C5 fajita and ate it outside studio R while Rich and MiniT were doing what they do so well.  It was a good meal and a good jam and we got out early enough so I was in the Lincoln Tunnel by 11:00.  A pleasure of an evening all around.   Thanks to everyone for making it happen.

Till next Tuesday

General Comments

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Name: Larry  G.
Date: 3/19/03
Time: 11:01:50 AM
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Just so I remember the recording setup:

File Name 3-18eject #0 on external Disc A

1 - Terez Vocal

2- N/A

3 - Brotman Vocal

4 - Trister Vocal

5 N/A

6 - N//A

7- Trister Guitar

8 - Gindoff Guitar

9 - Kick Drun

10- Snare

11 - Overhaed Left

12 Over head Right

13 - Keys

14 Kev Bass

Name: Rich
Date: 3/19/03
Time: 12:51:17 PM
Remote Name:


"One step done and another begun...."

When we're good, we're mighty good. May the recording verify this perception of mine regarding last night.

Let me know what "new" tunes y'all want to try with Therese, so we can prepare for the next batch of jams. So far, I've heard a vote for Uncle Johns Band. I think, Row Jimmy Row would work also. Candyman could be a great song to do, but I think it should be done at the tempo of the American Beauty recording or the way it was performed in the early '70's. The very slow version from '76 and onward is just to draggy to be expressive. I'd also like to work up Brokedown Palace.



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