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Last Revised: 07 Feb 2006 11:54:25 -0800.

First Set

  • Shakedown Street
  • Little Red Rooster
  • Ramble on Rose
  • When I Paint My Masterpiece
  • Touch of Grey
  • Minglewood Blues
  • Jack-A-Roe
  • It's All Over Now
  • Picasso Moon
  • Deal
Larry and kevin

Second Set

  • Ship of Fools
  • Uncle John's Band->
  • The Other One->
  • Stella Blue

The Old Band

Next Jam: Tuesday, March 25, 1997


  • We were in a predicament and Snappy Snap had the answer. I am happy about it as I write.
  • Larry menaker was in Florida and Scoot's furniture buddy Peter sat in Scott's seat for Larry while Peter sat in Scott's seat
  • I had a lot of trouble getting work out of my mind and it disturbed me while I played. Was a real bummer
  • I played in the lead channel throughout much of the night in a relatively mellow setting (for the lead channel and made for at least an interesting night for me. It sounded best for me in the Rooster.

First Set Comments:

  • We were generally slow in the first set and Johnny was compulsively complaining about it. We turned it around at the Touch of Grey.
  • We took the Touch of Grey and it wasn't as bad as the infamous bad one of December 10, 1996. It was boppy and well played.
  • Jack-a-Roe can best be described as a challenge but we made it through, maybe not as graceful as could be but, we pulled it off.
  • The Picasso was fast and driving and was cool just to play with.
  • The set called for a Don't Ease to close the first set but we did the Deal instead.

 FriesHalf Time Food & Comments:

  • You gotta love the burgersJohnny really hooked us up with the Flourent burgers. fries, mashed potatoes and pecan pie. I had the great skirt steak with great garlic greens and purples. Johnny got the pork chops with apple topping. Actually, I ate most of it and it was great. The skirt steak came with a great mushroomy, wine gravy that was great for the french fries.
  • I did the drink run with Rich B. Got grape and orange Snapples, Cokes and Dr. Browns Cherry. There were no Dr. Peppers to be found.

Second Set Comments: Brrp! Ahhh! Help me! Are we really going to play? Boy it's cold in the studio. I want dessert! What are we going to cut out? Shit, I wished I washed my hands. My eye is bulging out of my socket. Damn us to Hell!

  • There was supposed to be a Throwing Stones at the end but we didn't have time.


  • The temperature was reasonable.

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Name: Larry G.
Date: 3/22/97
Time: 5:50:13 PM


It's a shame I never listen to it.

Name: Scott
Date: 3/22/97
Time: 6:48:50 PM


I thought I was the only one who had work on my mind while we jam. Boy does it suck trying to stop the mind from racing. The fact that Deadstein exists makes it all well worth it. Thanks

Date: 3/24/97
Time: 8:31:33 AM


I found the slower tempos to be groove-conducive. Shakedown,Rooster, Minglewood are usually played as fast as we possibly can, but these relaxed versions cooked us up a much more tasty ScoobySnack. I am still loving the sound of the room, my rig has never sounded so good and the organ/guitar/drum blend is as delicious as a 160/Brand blend. I made the mistake this weekend of reading the Rock Scully book. If you guys think you have a problem thinking about work while playing, try working while thinking about Owsley. Needless to say, I have a large appetite this week for the kind and freaky. Which just happens to be Deadsteins' Websters definition.