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First Set

  • Jack Straw

  • Birdsong

  • Victim or the Crime -->

  • Sugaree

  • Sitting Here in Limbo

  • You Win Again

  • Breathe

  • Time

  • Breathe (reprise)

  • Brain Damage

  • Money

  • Don't Let Go

  • Tangled Up in Blue

First Set

  • Just Like Tom Thumb Blues

  • Valerie

  • Catfish John

  • Feel Like a Stranger

  • Cry Baby Cry

  • While My Guitar Gently Weeps 

  • Riders on the Storm

  • Wonderful World

  • Keep You Day Job

Upcoming Schedule:

  • Thurs., 5/20/04, Studio A, 7-11:00 

  • Thurs., 5/27/04, Studio A, 7-11:00 

It was just the four of us without Trister in the old Smash Studio R.  The good thing about it, if anything, was that we were playing and having fun.  In addition, the rental for us for the four hours was only 94 dollars which resulted in a mere $23 entrance fee to the freaky amusement park.

We played pretty well considering it was Studio R with all the limitations it entails.  Rich had a like 61 key keyboard but he at least had his piano sounds which is a help for him I assume.  The PA just barely8 keeps up.  I had the lousy old Twin that Trister rejected last week and it does really such.  As a matter of fact I stopped using it for the second set and went to the Mesa Rectifier instead cause the Twin wasn't good enough to warrant getting electrocuted over.   It really is a dead amp, no pun intended.  Kevin of course hated his bass rig .  Positive Coffee-Boy on the other hand seemed to like the sounds of the drums.

There were no guests to join us. and few distractions we therefore got in 21 songs which is quite a bit considering it is always 20 after 8 in Studio R.  Considering we had no real lead guitar to speak of, most of the songs flowed nicely and the music was good.  We got the large chunk of Dark Side of the Moon done.  Unfortunately, Coffee-Boy mixed up the line-in with the line out on his Archos and therefore missed the entire first set.  Too bad cause the Don't let go and the Tangled Up in Blue were very good.  Straw and Birdsong were also good.  I didn't think the Sitting here in Limbo or the Victim were good.  The second set was about the same but the recording will let us know how good it really was.  I remember a better than expected Wonderful World and the Stranger with me playing the Mu-Tron (reissue) over the Mesa was about as good as I could play it.

Due to lots of traffic on the Pulaski Skyway on the way in, I didn't get there until 7:00.  This let me park on the street for free but it also meant I had no C5 to eat.  While being a relatively inexpensive night, it kept me hungry for something else.  That hunger was satisfied by a trip to Paulie's Pizza on the way home.

Till next Thursday, 5/20/04 at 7:00 pm in Studio A.

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Name: Coffee
Date: 5/14/2004
Time: 11:40:19 AM
Remote Name: 24.184.17.135

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Set's up!


Name: Larry G.
Date: 5/14/2004
Time: 3:24:15 PM
Remote Name: 67.80.174.180

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Thanks to Coffee, I was able to post the songs that he recorded. By the way, I noticed no Cry Baby Cry? Any reason. I understand the losing of the first set.


Name: Coffee
Date: 5/14/2004
Time: 3:51:17 PM
Remote Name: 24.184.17.135

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Spilled milk, baby, Spilled milk


Name: Larry G
Date: 5/15/2004
Time: 6:13:12 AM
Remote Name: 67.80.174.180

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Not that I care too much about the Cry-Baby Cry but I was just wondering what happened. Did you hit Pause, mess up when you got home, you made an editorial decision not to release it? NO big deal over spilled milk though.


Name: Coffee
Date: 5/16/2004
Time: 6:48:09 PM
Remote Name: 24.184.17.135

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No, it just sucked!


Name: Trister
Date: 5/17/2004
Time: 3:57:12 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.102.54

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ouch


Name: Larry G.
Date: 5/17/2004
Time: 1:20:00 PM
Remote Name: 4.23.190.228

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I think the odss are 125:1, but has any one gotten 3 of a kind on the members slot machine on the MyDeadstein home page? I have tried more than 125 time and still have not gotten it yet.


Name: Brotpen
Date: 5/17/2004
Time: 2:38:48 PM
Remote Name: 209.166.240.210

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A big shout out to ol' H.P. Lovecraft, who probably never thought his fantasy/horror writings from the early 1900's would inspire an obscure '60s psychedelic band to be named after him that would crop up in a conversation with Kevin leading to his being featured on a Deadstein jam poster.


Name: Brotpen
Date: 5/17/2004
Time: 2:48:30 PM
Remote Name: 209.166.240.210

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For those interested in the further obscure, here's a site devoted to the literature of H.P. Lovecraft including his famous novelette, The Mountains of Madness. If you thought we at Deadstein were obsessive, a google search on H P Lovecraft reveals a lot of people devoting a lot of time and energy into this guy who might well have out-Poe'd Edgar Allen Poe. http://www.dagonbytes.com/thelibrary/lovecraft


Name: Larry G
Date: 5/17/2004
Time: 6:57:31 PM
Remote Name: 67.80.174.180

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Wow, look at Brotpen with the academic references. Edgar Allen Poe? Is Jerry in it?


Name: KEVIN
Date: 5/18/2004
Time: 6:02:34 AM
Remote Name: 207.97.189.61

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Right on, Brotpen!! Jerry is in everything.


Name: Coffee
Date: 5/18/2004
Time: 9:03:44 AM
Remote Name: 24.184.21.52

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I though it was from H.P. Puffenstuff or was that H.R. Puffenstuff. Never Mind!


Name: Trister
Date: 5/20/2004
Time: 6:32:59 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.85.4

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I am doubtful at best for tonight. I got a hook in the finger yesterday.


Name: Trister
Date: 5/20/2004
Time: 6:33:05 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.85.4

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I am doubtful at best for tonight. I got a hook in the finger yesterday.


Name: Trister
Date: 5/20/2004
Time: 6:34:30 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.85.4

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I am doubtful at best for tonight. I got a hook in the finger yesterday. The electrical current from my guitar goes right through the wound. I will test drive it again late but I'm not hopeful...sorry


Name: KEVIN
Date: 5/20/2004
Time: 7:14:11 AM
Remote Name: 24.46.87.149

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Kill, kill, kill......murder, murder, mrder.

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