Previous PageThursday, June 6, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • Bertha
  • Alabama Getaway
  • Minglewood Blues
  • Duprees Diamond Blues
  • Lazy River Road
  • Desolation Row
  • West LA Fade Away
  • Music Never Stopped

Second Set

  • Mississippi Halfstep
  • Estimated Prophet
  • Terrapin Station
  • I Need da Miracle -->
  • Crazy Fingers
  • Uncle John's Band

Next jam is next Tuesday, June 11, 2002 at Smash Studios A.  

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It was a rain soaked evening in the middle of this season of the drought.  I took the day off from work to prepare for taping the jam.  This is our first taping since the rank in file have assumed all the singing duties and once I listen I will discover it they were duties or doodies.  I assume duties but even if they are doodies don't you notice how you don't mind the smell of your own shit? 

Nevertheless there wasn't once extra person in the room all night.  Bill Siegel was kind enough to sit in for Rich Brotman who was away.  Bill brought his own keys instead of the Smashed up ones provided and brought them up front for a much more up close and personal feeling. That's not to say we weren't loud because we may have set some decible records during the Minglewood, then we settled down and little.  Not to say it was bad because we had to play loud to drown out the leakage coming from the adjacent studio's bassist.  They must have their own Kevin.

We weren't great or perfect for the evening as there were a few faux-pas but when we got into a groove we were tight.  For instance the Estimated song was all over the place from a timing perspective I think but once we hit the jam we didn't falter.  The Uncle John's Dm jam was also similar.   There's no need to be critical about the music because it was pretty good.  I loved the Halfstep and Lazy River Road though Trister struck out on his Lazy River Road lead.  Hey even Piazza stikes out 4 out of 5 times.    Terrapin was quite tight Miravle was good.

I got a tape which is hopefully good, no reason to think it wont be.   We started a bit late because of the rain delay but got a nice chunk of music accomplished.  I also was able to find time to enjo the Taco place's great C-5 fajita platter.  It's tough to beat that horse.

Till next Tuesday.

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Name: Trister
Date: 6/7/02
Time: 12:16:16 PM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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Everybody needs their own Kevin


Name: KEVIN
Date: 6/7/02
Time: 4:01:03 PM
Remote Name: 207.97.189.74

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Just as long as they have their own Trister.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 6/7/02
Time: 4:27:40 PM
Remote Name: 63.53.109.93

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I didn't hear their Trister, I think their Kevin was drowning him out. Just kidding, in all actuality Trister is louder than Kevin he just doesn't penetrate the walls the same way Kevin's do and add such an umph to the entire building.

By the way I forgot to mention the cool lightnig effects we experienced last night. That's one cool things about Studio A is all the weather there is to enjoy.

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