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First Set

  • Scarlet Begonias

  • When I Paint My Masterpiece

  • Jessica

  • Brother Esau

  • Stagger Lee

  • Victim or the Crime

  • Sugaree

  • Picasso Moon

  • China Cat Sunflower

  • Playing in the Band -->

  • China Doll

  • Playing in the Band

First Set

  • Help on the Way -->

  • Slipknot!

  • Franklin's Tower

  • If I Had the World To Give -->

  • Music Never Stopped

Upcoming Schedule:

  • Tues. 6/1/2004, Carroll's, 2nd Floor Small Room, 7-11:00 

It was a late minute change in plans for this week.  We were scheduled to play on Thursday at Smash Studios in another bitch about Clay session, but due to family scheduling issues, Kevin made the change from Thursday at Smash to Monday at Carrolls.  It was a blessing in disguise cause Carrolls proved to be a lot of what we remembered we liked about it.  The unfortunate part is that Rich was not able to make it, so it was just the 4 of us without any keys.  Stu was good enough to show up as a guest for most of the jam.

Carroll's Studio 3 was not the one we reserved, but since their air conditioning broke on an unseasonably hot day, they put us in the big room on the 3rd floor.  While it looked like it was going to be boomy, it was.  The good thing is we played to the boominess and not over it.  Our playing was self contained and controlled and therefore the boomy issue never really materialized.  In the end we all really enjoyed the quality of everything  in the place.  The amp were top notch and so were the drums.  Even the PA sounded really good.  This all lead to some really good moments but nothing was totally flawless, but who cares.  We were loving it in a place that loved us loving it.  It was a night full of love and who could ask for anything more?

Kev, Coffee and I met for some Chinese appetizers before the jam and they were even good.  In addition, the soda machine next to the nice bathrooms on the 3rd floor served Coke.  There was no traffic getting into the place so we were there early and played up to 11:00.

Till next Tuesday, 6/1/04 at 7:00 pm in Carrolls.

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Name: Trister
Date: 5/26/2004
Time: 8:42:19 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.102.184

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Thanks for the Coffee, Coffee!


Name: Trister
Date: 5/27/2004
Time: 8:35:04 AM
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Larry this new site is tremendous...I get lost in it! Does anyone else get the end of every song cut on the MP3's?


Name: KEVIN
Date: 5/27/2004
Time: 11:59:34 AM
Remote Name: 24.46.87.149

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There certainly is a lot of goodness going 'round. Old School Deadstein, Kindness, friendship, comedy & music. Nothin' wrong with that. Let's keep it going. Long Live Deadstein.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 5/27/2004
Time: 12:19:05 PM
Remote Name: 4.23.190.228

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I don't think my MP3s get cut. Do they get cut if you try to download the file then play them instead of trying to play them via Streaming?


Name: Trister
Date: 5/27/2004
Time: 1:42:10 PM
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Name: Trister
Date: 5/27/2004
Time: 1:44:00 PM
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Don't know I'll try. It's incredibly consistent when streaming though, the last minute of every tune is cut


Name: Larry G
Date: 5/27/2004
Time: 3:25:41 PM
Remote Name: 67.80.174.180

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I just played t songs via streaming and they made it to the end. Now a little of the end of the fade out of the Mississippi Moon was cut but I assume it was coffee boy's cut, not seeing any more waves in the editor so it looked like the end. Other songs I heard make it to the end. I'll keep an eye out on the situation to see if I can figure something out.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 6/3/2004
Time: 7:34:15 PM
Remote Name: 67.80.169.15

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Kev, I love the Rev. Mother Jerry Superior.

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