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First Set
  • Shakedown Street
  • Jack Straw
  • Stagger Lee
  • She Belongs To Me
  • Dancin' in the Streets
  • Eyes of the World
  • Alabama Getaway.
  • Ocean Attempt
  • Whole Lotta Love
  • Deal
Second Set
  • Diddling Around on Heart of Gold and More
  • Truckin'
  • Box of Rain
  • Cumberland Blues
  • Wheel ->
  • Black Peter
  • China Cat Sunflower -->
  • I Know You Rider

Playing next week is and the week after are on Thursday.

 

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No guests at all and everyone was there exceprt for Brotman.  Speaking for myself, the "Bin Meister General", it was great to play after a week off.   It was sounding great as usual and there were many highlights.  It was even good to see our good friend at www.ecoasis.com.   Lots of songs, you can complain about the quantity.  It was one of the longest second sets in a while.   I had lots of fun and enjoyed some good sounds, rhythmsa and tones.  My timing felt good.

Straw was really good.  I think the Shakedown was just a warm up.  Dancin' was a surprise with a nice relatively crisp transition into the Eyes.  Dave asked for an old style hot Cumberland and while it wasn't old style, it was styling.  It hopped skipped and danced like we meant it.  Andy warned us as we muddled the way into it that we were going to have to get into it and try.

Whole Lotta Love had a real cool space blues thing in it toward the end.  It was nice.

It was a beautiful cool night, lots of pollen to make the eyes itch.   No traffic, Diner food that was pretty good.  In some way I feel bad for the Rice Ball God.  We aren't paying proper tribute to him.

That's all I can say now as I was lucky to even get this posting up.   See you all next thursday.

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Name: Trister
Date: 5/12/99
Time: 12:12:57 PM

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Thanks for the posting Larry. I know how tired I was by the time I got home...I don't know how you do it. I think Dancin was the highlite of the night with some fantastic background vocals by LG and Scotty. You guys are really getting better at that stuff. Freakboy's footwork was so phrenetic at one point I thought he was using mirrors. Nobody's ankles move like that...it's just not natural. All hail the freak. Kevin -you are the man- thank you for suggesting the briscuit/cheese combo thing vs. steak umms. That was surely tragedy narrowly averted. Larry - the fish worked for me on the suggested bread but I must admit Brent's toast suggestion is worth a mention. Until next week.....


Name: Larry G.
Date: 5/12/99
Time: 1:51:17 PM

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I agree, Larry's toast suggestion may have been some of his best thinking ever.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 5/12/99
Time: 9:03:58 PM

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I forgot in my post-jam, pre-slumber stooper that we also played a Brown-Eyed Woman. Add one more song to the already extensive list. It goes to show, never give up playing until the food is on the table. We probably got in six more songs with that philosophy.


Name: Larry B
Date: 5/12/99
Time: 10:27:44 PM

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Sorry for last night's inattentiveness. What are the Aug & Sept projected Dates?


Name: KEVIN
Date: 5/13/99
Time: 8:49:10 AM

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Boy, is anyone else enjoying Trister's enjoyment of the "Deadstein Experience" as much as I am? God bless that kid. The return of TheGind this week was worth the wait, his excitement was contagious (and the driving force behind the hot nite). Apart from his toast expertise, L.L. Brent had another nite clouded by personally perceived issues, that sent him delving into the nether-regions of tobacco and tapelessness for clarity. His search for the Freaky Grail seems never ending, I sincerely offer this unsolicited advice: Kindness, Friendship, Comedy & Music. I thought there were some uncommonly tight and semi-flawless performances. The Straw was magically delicious, as was everything before the Getaway. Dave was hot during the "Nap". Scotty somehow has gone from "Tired-Boy" to "Energy-Boy" earning him MVP status, he is behind those drums all nite whacking away, wide awake. Vitamins? Iced coffee? Freakboy and I had a little pre-jam to-do. His recently elevated testosterone levels are playing havoc with his Pos. There is nothing like some well played Bass lines to soothe the Freaky beast.


Name: Freakboy
Date: 5/13/99
Time: 4:50:38 PM

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Freakboy dances for your collective pleasure and is overjoyed to read that Trister is into it. You make us so very happy. We're so glad you came in to our lives. It looks like the Sunrise Deli is a hit! I will ask them to leave out the cinnamin on the next chicken parm hero. Great Eyes jam. Beautiful Scotty harmonies on the Peter. MVP is right! Great Trister technique on the China Trio. Love you all to pieces.


Name:
Date: 5/14/99
Time: 10:18:51 AM

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Name: test
Date: 5/18/99
Time: 9:03:22 AM

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Name:
Date: 5/18/99
Time: 10:22:20 AM

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is this thing working?/


Name: Trister
Date: 5/18/99
Time: 10:48:27 AM

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I've just gotten word of a late meeting tomorrow afternoon. If I get out early enough I'll make it, if not see ya next week.


Name: Larry G
Date: 5/18/99
Time: 6:17:23 PM

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Just to let you guys know, I have been working on the new edition of our songbook. I'll bring a draft in for discussion tomorrow but if you know of any corrections to be made let me know. I got quotes from Staples on the printing. Around $20.00 copy with cover and spilal binding. We can put in alphabatized tabs in if you want for about $5.00 more. Let me know how many to print. 28-0 pages in new version, probably 50 new songs. See ya tomorrow.


Name: scott
Date: 5/18/99
Time: 6:31:03 PM

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Is it Thursday Yet?? Looking forward to seeing the draft copy. Is there a cover selected yet? Hey anybody into a Sunday afternoon jam ? Yes this Sunday. The cat's away the mice will play........ LETS GO KNICKS


Name: SCOTT
Date: 5/18/99
Time: 8:16:47 PM

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Gind, The date is wrong on the posting page...


Name:
Date: 5/21/99
Time: 10:41:33 AM

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