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First Set
  • Aiko - Aiko
  • Beat It On Down the Line (7)
  • Brown-Eyed Women
  • Looks Like Rain
  • Operator
  • Jack-a-Roe
  • Second That Emotion
  • When Push Comes to Shove
  • Harder They Come

First Set

  • No Where Man
  • Across the Universe
  • Day in a Life
  • Terrapin Station -->
  • Uncle John's Band -->
  • Maggie's Farm
  • It's All Over Now Baby Blue
  • Quinn the Eskimo
Upcoming Schedule:
  • Tues., 3/23/04, Studio A, 7-11

  • Mon., 3/29/04, Studio A, 6-12:00 Midnight

Still in Studio A of Smash Studios, Deadstein continued by it's lonesome self without and guests just playing to itself for its own self gratification.  For the most part we were gratified with the night.  

It was a Rich setlist, picking from all the tunes the Grateful Dead have played on March 18 through the years.  It's hard to image that they did a Rosalee McFall on 3/18/87 electric but I guess they did.  In addition, I was at that show and don't remember it.  Brain cells weren't meant to be permanent structures in my head anyway.

We got there early, being like no traffic and we were in the studio by 6:30 setting up, tweaking the PA and the rest.  We got going by around 7:30 but from note one it appeared that Deadstein was in for a good night.  Even the The Beatles songs seemed to got well.  The terrapin, Uncle John's Maggie had a certain power to it and it was good.  Jack-a-Roe was particularly snappy.

Kev, Coffee and I met at the Fresco Taco where they had their usual but I ventured to try the Beef Cow Fun and it was cow and it was fun.  Good stuff, it sounds so much more interesting that and C-5, in name only.  I got the fresh Paulie's pizza on the way home which I had to wait 10 minutes for while the pie was cooking.  In the world March madness just started, Howard Stern is starting to be harassed by the federal government for talking dirty and it is snowing in March.  Censorship will make me end up voting for Ralph Nader again in this election.  Don't take my Stern away, that's something to get pissed about.

Till next Thursday  at 7:00

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Name: tommy banjo
Date: 3/19/2004
Time: 1:43:26 PM
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just stopped by to say that is a particularly skoppy pic with Jerry as the Avatar. Rock on deadstein.


Name: Larry G
Date: 3/21/2004
Time: 9:32:15 PM
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I uploaded some of the MP3s rich gave me, see the music page. I also resolved some server issues I had with the site, so I'll be ready for ya coffee boy. I send you an email with instructions.


Name: Trister
Date: 3/22/2004
Time: 6:57:24 PM
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I have to say those MP3's from Tobacco Road are most unflattering. I'm sure we can find some better stuff for public consumption.


Name: Jason Lee
Date: 3/26/2004
Time: 7:32:57 PM
Remote Name: 132.241.114.59

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I really injoy your song list. Its real easy to read. And the song list is great. I really like your set lists as well. Its great to see a band not be in conformity to the original dead structure of set lists. I would love to see you guys play one day. Im wondering if your planning any gigs in the end of summer? Cause I may be in the area then and would love to see you guys play!

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