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First Set
  • Feel Like a Stranger
  • They Love Each Other
  • Wang Dang Doodle
  • Scarlet Begonias
  • Estimated Prophet
  • Foolish Heart->
  • Victim or the Crime
Second Set
  • Dear Mr. Fantasy
  • Women are Smarter
  • He's Gone->
  • Throwing Stones
  • Werewolves of London

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Notes:
  • It was a weird week of bitter feuding over the days to play.   First, Wednesday then Tuesday but that was no good for Pauly Pos who was coming into town to play with us.  In an unprecedented Deadstein move, we played both Tuesday and Thursday.  Larry Menaker was back in the room and the drummers were doing a nice imitation of the volleyball "rotate."
  • Johnny was riding the elevator up and down in Florida and there was no one else in the room.  It's amazing we were able to order food.
First Set Comments:
  • I recall with Larry and Dave's on the drums during the Estimated the jam just settled down into a beautiful relaxing jam that endured only in it's easiness.   Dave said he wasn't satisfied with it and that is probably the reason.
Eating Comments:
  • Memphis Trio proved the Sicilian can be good or even great.   People like the knots but they were tough and rugged.
Second Set Comments:
  • I sat during the Mr. Fantasy as Dave played guitar.
  • I played bass during the Werewolves of London while Kevin played my guitar.
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Name: Larry G.
Date: 4/18/98
Time: 11:14:56 PM

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The Victim wss fast and furious. It was one of the more well played Victim's for a while. Not freaky, just confident.


Name: scott
Date: 4/19/98
Time: 11:33:23 AM

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I thought the set list design was Kevy's finest work. Watching Dave and Larry play the estimated was phenominal. The drum rotation was cool mon!!!! Plus the guitar rotation had it's moments too. Johnny was well missed.

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