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First Set

  • Beatle Packet Opener
      

  • Shakedown Street

  • Greatest Story Ever Told

  • Loser

  • They Love Each Other

  • Throwing Stones --> 

  • Touch of Grey 

  • Mama Tried -->

  • Big Railroad Blues

  • Loose Lucy

  • Passenger

  • Midnight Moonlight

  • Old and In the Way

  • Mr. Charlie

First Set

  • And it Stoned Me

  • Black Muddy River

  • Gomorrah 

  • Russian Lullaby

  • Revolution

Upcoming Schedule:

  • Mon., 4/26/04, Studio A, 6-12:00 

  • Mon., 5/3/04, Studio A, 6-12:00 

  • Mon., 5/10/04, Studio A, 6-12:00 

  • Mon., 5/17/04, Studio A, 6-12:00 

 

Back in Studio A of Smash Studios after an unprecedented 2 week hiatus. We had Stu showed up in the room for a few songs and he was our only guest but good to see that anyone is still interested in hearing us.  Mitch was back from vacation. Rich is still getting better on his gimpy leg, taking the subway to the jam.  Kevin is back from getting his daughter Sammy's arm fixed.  Trister just barely made the jam due to the fact that he went flounder fishing in the morning and due to the terrible results, he was able to convince the captain to bring the boat back shore so he could make the jam.  If the fishing had been good we would not have seen him.  Fortunately, Studio A had the old, crummy Fender Twin that is usually in Studio R in addition to the the reissue Twin that Andy uses.  The Twin I had is the one that usually gives me a shock but there was a wind screen on the mic and I never touched the mic all night, which is amazing, so I didn't get shocked, but I was waiting for it all night.  Kevin had his new 2 volume songbook to use which is a nice new change.

Shakedown was good and the Love Each Other was slow and open, a nice relaxing rendition.  Speaking of renditions, don't forget to check out the newly expanding provision of song samples in the song section of MyDeadstein (http://www.deadstein.com/deadstein.asp).  Rich and I played the beginning of the Beatle packet while waiting for the late comers to arrive and we keep getting better at that.  Trister didn't make it through the end of the jam being too tired from catch nothing but air during the day.

I ate a C5 from the Fresco Taco by myself since Kev and Coffee-Boy were late in arriving.  On the way home I tried to call the Tick-Tock Diner of Route 3 but unfortunately I programmed their fax number into my cell instead of their telephone number.  How disappointing is that?.  I was fortunate enough to have kept their business card at home and Kathy was able to read me the phone number (973-777-0511) so I was able to call in my bacon and egg sandwich which was not that good.  It was unusually warm for this time of year and I was wearing shorts.  Both the Yankees and Mets are having a pretty poor start of the year.

Till next Monday at 6:00 pm due .

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Name: Larry G.
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 7:39:02 AM
Remote Name: 4.23.190.228

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Sixteen songs not counting the Beatle packet. That isn't too bad considering we had the studio from 6-12 and played from 7:45 to 10:30.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 9:48:48 AM
Remote Name: 24.46.87.149

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Not too bad at all. Nothing like absence to make the heart grow Freakier. It was great to be back. Long Live Deadstein.


Name: Trister
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 11:44:44 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.15.127

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New song on the outlawed list: GDTRFB.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 12:15:40 PM
Remote Name: 4.23.190.228

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Did we play Going Down the Road last night? Why is it banned? What prompted this?


Name: Brotpen
Date: 4/20/2004
Time: 8:10:18 PM
Remote Name: 64.12.116.146

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I kept slipping into Going Down The Road during Big Railroad Blues which may have been caused by a small amount of Rx herb. Sorry. Otherwise, I though we played some of our best music ever with our renditions of And It Stoned Me, Midnight Moonlight and Mama Tried. They may not have been perfect takes but they were powerfuly expressive. Onward.


Name: Trister
Date: 4/21/2004
Time: 5:28:05 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.15.127

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I meant BRRB


Name: Larry G
Date: 4/21/2004
Time: 12:35:02 PM
Remote Name: 4.23.190.228

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Ah, BRRB, that makes more sense. It's a shamme we can't do that well cause it doesn't get any easier than that song. Please notice the addition of some uploaded songs by Coffee-Boy on the Classic Deadstein music page. I'll post things there in addition to updatting the myDeadstein with the added songs. Thanks to Coffee boy for posting and uploading them. In addition, please note even more songs uploaded in the myDeadstein section, especially beatle songs. They are available in both the songs section as well as the multimendia section. There's lots of music content posted now so get into it.


Name: Coffee
Date: 4/21/2004
Time: 8:30:28 PM
Remote Name: 24.184.23.193

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Hey, Mon nite is uploaded... great stuff


Name: Coffee
Date: 4/22/2004
Time: 10:46:20 AM
Remote Name: 24.184.23.193

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Awesome! a) I downloaded all those live dead tunes! b) Monday night jam posted Thursday! great job Larry! Hip hip hooray!


Name: Trister
Date: 4/22/2004
Time: 1:18:03 PM
Remote Name: 24.151.15.127

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The new Coffee-Gindoff alliance is a powerful and wonderful thing. All hail these techno-boys as they enhance and enrich our Deadstein experince. Thanks guys.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 4/22/2004
Time: 2:19:41 PM
Remote Name: 67.80.168.45

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If we only put this amount of time into practice. But if we can't play better, it's the least we can do.

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