Previous PageTuesday, June 15, 2004Previous Page

First Set

  • Morning Dew

  • El Paso

  • When Push Comes to Shove

  • Good Night Irene

  • Werewolves of London

  • I'll Take a Melody (x)

  • Lucky ol Sun

  • Rhapsody in Red

First Set

  • Estimated Prophet -->

  • Terrapin Station -->

  • I Need a Miracle -->

  • Bertha

  • Mountains of the Moon

  • One More Saturday Night

  • Keep Your Day Job

Upcoming Schedule:

  • Saturday, 6/19/04 at Trister's House

  • Tues. 6/22/2004, Carroll's

It was back into Carroll's studio 3A for another fun night of serious Deadstein music.  We started with the slow deliberate Dew, but it was hot.  It showed our stability that we kept going throughout most of the night.  El Paso worked, The Push, Irene Werewolves were all good.  The Melody and Lucky ol Suns were disasters but that was followed by the super hot Rhapsody.

The big chunkage of the night was the Estimated, Terrapin, Miracle, Bertha.  All transitioned very nice and the Estimated was especially stable.  Pretty cool and hot.  Mountains of the Moon was very good and the Sat Night Day Job showed Larry and Andy singing two similar rockers to end the night.

Kev was late for the jam so I got some pork lo-mein and chicken wings to through down my throat before the jam.  I only had half of it which was Kevin's fortune as he munched the rest down on the way out the the studio.  Coffee showed us how there is a new Fresco Taco on the corner of 41st and 9th next to the Coffee-Shop.  I guess that is how Mitch discovered it.

Till next Tuesday, 6/22/04 at 7:00 pm in Carroll's.

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Name: Larry G.
Date: 6/20/2004
Time: 7:18:35 AM
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Coffee seems to really like some of this jam. No that I disagree, cause I don't, it just that the jams are happening so fast it is tought to keep up.

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