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First Set
  • Deep Elem Blues
  • They Love Each Other
  • Crazy Love
  • Oh Darling
  • Love in the Afternoon
  • Mr. Charlie
  • Broken Arrow
  • Thrill is Gone

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  • Comfortably Numb
  • To Lay Me Down
  • Bertha
  • Uncle John's Band -->
  • I Know You Rider
  • Come Together
  • Deal

Next jam is next Monday June 1, 2006 at Carrolls, and it is confirmed.

Back to Carroll's for week 2 with MiniT, Oh Sweet Daddy! We played an entirely different set from the week before showing how we can have a full night's worth of music, after after weeding out the bad stuff.  Well maybe we won't have enough music after we complete the weeding out process which we are good at doing.

Thanks to Coffee for posting the magic.

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Name: banjo
Date: 16 May 2006
Time: 09:08:21

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nice to be posting in the future! Here are my predictions: The Mets have just won 8 in a row...illegal immigrants have decided to return home to their native land, scientists have announced that the hole in the ozone has closed up, and Deadstein rocks!


Name: Scott
Date: 03 Jun 2006
Time: 07:29:09

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Another Loss To Our Family........... Vince Welnick passed away June 2nd, 2006 RIP Vinny........ http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/news/breaking_news/14732260.htm


Name: Scott
Date: 03 Jun 2006
Time: 07:35:21

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From Dead Net June 2, 2006 The Wheel is turning almightily fast. Life is loss, but our times have turned sorrowful indeed. It is with very heavy hearts that we must tell you that Vince Welnick passed away today, June 2, 2006. His service to and love for the Grateful Dead were heart-felt and essential. He had a loving soul and a joy in music that we were lucky to share. We grieve especially for his wido Lori, his sister Nancy, and the rest of his family. Our Grateful Dead prayer for the repose of his spirit: May the four winds blow him safely home


Name: KEVIN
Date: 03 Jun 2006
Time: 09:47:26

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WTF? They are dropping like flies. Is it some kind of Asian Freak Flu?


Name: Brotpen
Date: 03 Jun 2006
Time: 10:18:28

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Best Vince Welnick memories...with the Dead, Giants Stadium 6/14/92, 2nd set was the first time I heard them do his song "Way To Go Home"...after the Dead, Irvine Plaza 5/11/00 with the Mickey Hart Band. I'll miss him. Adios.


Name: scott
Date: 03 Jun 2006
Time: 18:59:07

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nn7UB2FtrIE&search=jerry%20garcia


Name: KEVIN
Date: 04 Jun 2006
Time: 13:07:42

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That's good stuff, ScottyBoy. It used to be bad enough when I had to say "I.M.J.", But now, since there are so many, I have to say "I.M.A.O.T."


Name: Larry G.
Date: 05 Jun 2006
Time: 09:36:37

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My favorite Vince moment is at Nassau Coliseum, It was after I was done as a taper so I was on Jerry's (Vince's) side even with the stack of speakers on the right side facing the seats I was in and it was Bob's vocal jam during the Estimated jam and all I remember is hearing this terrible saxiphone sound Vince was making. I couldn't believe my ears, but this crap was coming out of the speakers instead of jerry's guitar. It was very memorible for me. I can't say it was a good one though. My other memories of Vince are from some of the bootleg videos my friend Dean did in those days. He used to focus on Jerry, thanks to my teaching but I would always see his foot behind Jerry in the video shot tapping away. Too bad it was an ugly guy's sandle. Once again not a great memory. I do have positive memories of him singing the bab O'Rielly and Tomorrow Never Knows. I enjoyed those contributions.


Name: Jstoned
Date: 05 Jun 2006
Time: 19:49:29

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nice to read but i need the VORTEX SEE YOU GUYS SOON


Name: Trister
Date: 07 Jun 2006
Time: 08:53:35

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My favorite Vince memory was...uh...that's right I have none. Oh well.

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