Previous PageTuesday, June 18, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • Shakedown Street
  • Queen Jane
  • Me and Bobby McGee
  • China Cat Sunflower -->
  • I Know You Rider
  • Deep Elem Blues
  • Birdsong
  • Friend of the Devil
  • Direwolf
  • I Need a Miracle -->
  • Mason's Children -->

Second Set

  • Playing in the Band -->
  • Truckin -->
  • Dark Star -->
  • Other One -->
  • Hell in a Bucket
  • Tom Thumb Blues
  • Good Lovin

Next jam is next Tuesday, June 25, 2002 at Smash Studios A.  

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The Deadstein coverband farm system has been yielding some prospects for the past month as the Flemington Carpetsteen brings up it's third minor leaguer up to the major league Deadstein to fill in for someone in the lineup who is on the DL.  First it was Bill, them Michael and this week was John Carpetsteen filling in for league MVP, Andy Trister.  Never fear, Andy will soon be back but we put another one in the "W" column once again.  I thank everyone for giving these people the opportunity to experience the Deadstein magic firsthand.   Some people run, some people flock and the rest of us are.  I'm pround to be.

Too bad Kevin probably cannot relate to these "is Larry talking again?" ramblings above because of his hiatus resulting in his "hehatesus" but nevertheless I liked a lot of the clarity in his play as a result.  Hitting the bucket right on with confidence, a communitave ability that was above the conscious level.   Pretty impressive stuff.  He even played a good note, it was a "C" during the I Know You Rider. All kidding aside, I think Kevin really played well as so appreciated each and every note he played and the purpose behind them like I haven't for a long time, if ever.  People used to fear standing in front of his amp, but as much as he hate it hiatus-hehatesus or not, it sounded pretty good.  You'll hear the super richness of the bass on the most recent CD you received tonight.  I added way too much cream to that recipe.  Nevertheless at leasts it's solid wand works. CD contained Dark Hollow, Big RR, El Paso, Sugar Mag, Masons, Truckin, Death, Goin Down, Dew, NFA, Sunshine.  How is it?

Speaking of Mason's, wasn't it fun?  Played lots of songs, had the Great C-5 at the Taco joint before hand, that stuff is good.  Saw Dave in there and decided to eat and make Kev wait a bit but it was worth it.  We paled 18 songs anyway, and some of them long ones.  Hows the contrast on the setlist flyer Kev?   I used different setting for the top and bottom.  Send me urban fonts please.

We play next Tuesday, Rich is bringing a Chick Singer Terez to play with us next week.  I'm listening to the CD Rich played, produced and mixed of hers and it's pretty darn good.  It's a well put togther CD package with great grahic art, pretty girl who has a nice voice(s) and plays some pretty relaxing music. Almost a little Sade in the sound. Hey, did any of you know Rich plays guitar and has a valuable 1970 Martin?  Isn't that amazing that he plays guitar yet I have never seen him pick up one or even noodled one note on a guitar in all the years I have played with him.   Rich pick up a guitar next week just to satisfy my curosity.  Play a Waiting for Rain.  It his Stairway to Heaven on his CD.  Cello, flute acoustic guitar.   Nice sounding drum cymbal roll at the end.  Were did the thunder sample come from?  I've recorded my own. So Rich, does Terez actually know watch she coming to do and sing with next week.  Does she know Jack Starw? because I know Kevin does know Crest of the Horizon.  Nevertheless I look forward to it.  The last song has a futurist character with a warped, filtered bass rff that reminds me of Tony Levin.   It's tied in nicely to some type of world percussion type of thing and loops galore, cool stuff bouncing side to side in your head including "Shadows and Distance"  Hey, I should write for Rolling Stone Magazine.  Well, that's Rich's CD Terez with T. Therese Byrne who will be singing with us next week.  We should do a "Look Like-Waiting for Rain"  That's a little Terez joke. If I only put this effort into Tommy Banjo.

Till next Tuesday.

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Name: KEVIN
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 9:26:40 AM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.83

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Hey TheGind, nice example of the not-taping to webmastering productivity ratio. It truly makes you appreciate the net-value and effort in both disciplines.

Yeah, it is ironic how increased clarity can yield increased distortion. I don't think I played well - somebody loves it, I think I played well - somebody leaves the band, I like the lights - somebody is blinded, somebody likes a tortilla - I chew on vomit, - the rain, the park and other things -- Hey, did Dave write this?

Hey Brotpen, I know Andy Edelstein. He taught at Berklee while I was there. I took a private course he and his brother gave on SSL operation. Small freaky world, aint it?

Hey Trister, get back in here ASAP.


Name: Trister
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 10:21:16 AM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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Hey doesn't she look a little like Shania Twain?

Missed you guys last night....looking forward to Tues.


Name: Postcards from the other side -
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 11:37:21 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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If only, Gind. Enjoying retirement. Sounds like you are enjoying my retirement too! Couldn't happen to a better bunch of fellers (who may add a gal to the scene) Love from the (tropical) island, tommy banjo


Name: Steele
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 11:38:16 AM
Remote Name: 65.209.69.39

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Even though I have not posted in awhile - I fully enjoy every weekly freaky post. Kev, great flyers, Gind, thx for keeping this site as a mecca of positive great vibes - you rule! To Deadstein - I miss you all and hopefully will get to NYC soon to catch a gig. ROCK! Steele


Name: larry G.
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 11:41:43 AM
Remote Name: 63.53.135.221

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I forgot to mention that I opened up my new gig bag to take the guitar out and to my utter shock I realized I grabbed Larry Brent's gig bag and his guitar instead of mine. I happened to just get it out of the shop for him, he had the neck straighten on it, go figure, and he has the same gig bag as me. Anyway, I ended up playing his newly setup guitar all night which felt pretty good.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 12:14:29 PM
Remote Name: 207.97.189.53

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Well, well, well, if it ain't LittlePoiseyPoisungollo taking time out from his shuffleboard game to drop us a line and say 'hi'. I hope you aren't having too much fun out there.

Love right back at 'ya, from the place where Freak lives.


Name: Therese
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 1:22:46 PM
Remote Name: 208.59.41.100

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Hello Boys !!!! This is the aforementioned "Chick Singer". SO looking forward to meeting you all this coming Tuesday! Rich has assured me that you're all there "just for fun" and that there will be no spitting or throwing things, yelling or cursing if I should happen to deliver a sour note. Anyway, haven't jammed in a while, so thank you for inviting me. I only hope I can add a little and not get in your way too much. You guys sound amazing and this website is quite something as well. It's fantastic! I hope you all have the MOST wonderful week ! Bye for now.


Name: Therese
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 1:23:05 PM
Remote Name: 208.59.41.100

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Hello Boys !!!! This is the aforementioned "Chick Singer". SO looking forward to meeting you all this coming Tuesday! Rich has assured me that you're all there "just for fun" and that there will be no spitting or throwing things, yelling or cursing if I should happen to deliver a sour note. Anyway, haven't jammed in a while, so thank you for inviting me. I only hope I can add a little and not get in your way too much. You guys sound amazing and this website is quite something as well. It's fantastic! I hope you all have the MOST wonderful week ! Bye for now.


Name: Brotpen
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 2:31:16 PM
Remote Name: 208.59.41.100

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Larry, thanks for the good review. I hope your take on that music does show up in Rolling Stone someday.

Kevin, Andy Edelstein was referred to me by my cousin who played the stand-up bass part. Andy did a great job hooking-up and engineering the bass session in Brookline. It's fortunate that everything stays in sync in the digital domain.

I think we've got a very fine line-up in store for Tuesday. Song selections to be submitted shortly.


Name: Larry G
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 2:35:29 PM
Remote Name: 63.53.135.221

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Rich has assured me that you're all there "just for fun" and that there will be no spitting or throwing things, yelling or cursing if I should happen to deliver a sour note.

Rich knows this fact well because he wasn't spit on during last night's falcetto harmonies, term used loosly, during the Shakedown. Just to be fair, no one spit on me either.


Name: Rich
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 4:53:24 PM
Remote Name: 208.59.41.100

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Larry, Thanks for the review, or better yet, thanks for turning down the volume on my mic.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 6/19/02
Time: 5:25:01 PM
Remote Name: 63.53.136.19

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hey, lets not forget about the 2 pimps Dave, John and I listened to in the Taco place before the jam. The only words to be understood from these two was "Slap the Bitch" and the "N" word. It was quite a show.


Name: dave s
Date: 6/20/02
Time: 2:01:41 AM
Remote Name: 64.12.102.179

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...just for the record i've seen rich pick up and play the guitar and the mandolin (i think) at scotts place


Name: Rich
Date: 6/20/02
Time: 2:17:24 AM
Remote Name: 152.163.213.56

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I think that was the first in a series of three Acoustic Jams from the 38th Street Era. It was a blast to plunk around on the mandolin and banjo alternating with The Gind. There might have been one or two tunes on the guitar.


Name: Brotpen
Date: 6/20/02
Time: 2:36:47 AM
Remote Name: 152.163.213.56

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Song Suggestions For 6/25:

Choose some from Column A (tunes Therese is more familiar with) and some from Column B (tunes Therese is up for giving a try). These are in no particular order, but I say, we shouldn't start off too complicated.

Column A: Sitting Here In Limbo How Sweet It Is Me & Bobby McGee The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down What A Wonderful World Forever Young The Times They Are A-Changing Satisfaction Johnny B Goode Knockin' On Heaven's Door

Column B: Jack Straw Beat It On Down The Line Scarlet Begonias Bertha Playing In The Band (1972 version) Brown Eyed Women Second That Emotion Midnight Hour He's Gone


Name: Brotpen
Date: 6/20/02
Time: 2:40:38 AM
Remote Name: 152.163.213.56

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Sorry about the damn missing comas.

Song Suggestions For 6/25:

Choose some from Column A (tunes Therese is more familiar with) and some from Column B (tunes Therese is up for giving a try). These are in no particular order, but I say, we shouldn't start off too complicated.

Column A: Sitting Here In Limbo, How Sweet It Is, Me & Bobby McGee, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, What A Wonderful World, Forever Young, The Times They Are A-Changing, Satisfaction, Johnny B Goode, Knockin' On Heaven's Door

Column B: Jack Straw, Beat It On Down The Line, Scarlet Begonias, Bertha, Playing In The Band (1972 version), Brown Eyed Women, Second That Emotion, Midnight Hour, He's Gone


Name: Trister
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 12:50:25 PM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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Happy summer solstice people. Larry you're right if you wrote that much about banjo he would have stayed with us....at least for two more weeks. I like the progression of deadstein singers thus far: unhappy dentist-7giant narcissistic goy-7pretty girl with a nice voice(s).

I think we're headed in an excellent direction.

Hey Tommy-does that mean no banjofest this year?

Hey Kev-I'll be back soon.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 1:09:30 PM
Remote Name: 63.53.109.206

Comments

Is the next step strippers who don't sing? That may be the ideal. ev's always been looking for the massage


Name: Larry G.
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 2:29:03 PM
Remote Name: 63.53.109.206

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Actually, this week was to be my birthday jam, 6/23/02 so I hope I can reserve my deired setlist for the week after. Just to keep everyone informed.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 3:06:43 PM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.10

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Oh great, 'She'll Comin' Round The Mountain' into 'Tiptoe Through The Tulips'. Just kidding.

Happy Birthday TheGind.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 3:08:40 PM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.10

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If we do get non-singing, massaging strippers, we can call ourselves Deadstern.


Name: Tommy Banjo
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 4:12:07 PM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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no...no....NNNNOOOOHHH!

nice, Dave.


Name: postcards from the edge
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 6:32:07 PM
Remote Name: 24.47.11.40

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That last post was Trister. Happy birthday Larry G. Signed, 7 foot tall narcissistic goys who actually can sing


Name: dave s
Date: 6/21/02
Time: 10:27:22 PM
Remote Name: 64.12.102.164

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Knowing where your next meal is coming from......I have been to the mountain top and its made of three kinds of cheese and dough. Yesterday i went to a pizza place (located just 2 miles from my house) and was pleasantly surprised as it way exceeded the very high expectations of the reviews given to me....i woofed down two slices, one square and one round and could hardly wait for my next trip, which i already knew was tonight ... this time as i waited for my veal parm with spaghetti to be prepared i indulged in a slice "man this is great pizza" i drooled to myself....and then it happened ...someone ordered a pie i was witness to the grandure of preparation, instead of dough that was prepared ahead,oiled and shoved in the fridge, the guy goes to the back and pulls out a fresh one out of the machine still sticky from its kneeded preparation ... he spreads out the dough to its imperfectly round shape, spreads the sauce and then instead of reaching his hand into a container of pre-prepared cheese he picks up a hunk of cheese, takes a grater and like manna from nunzio sprinkles it on to the waiting dough...as if that wasnt enough he goes to a separate bin, sticks a knife in a hunk of different mozzarella slices off a few pieces and with the delicacy of one of trister leads he carefully rips pieces onto the open cravaces of the pie .... and then to top it off, he grabs a piece of romano and freshly grates that (with a different grater, as to not taint the first one) and then sprinkles it with dew onto the now perfection in a circle ...... it almost made me forget the veal parm, which i ate at home .... 1/2 way through i realized that i had bread ( and that was the first thing i took out of the back) i tore through it, it was like a drug " and i realized what tom says he feels like during his "vexation" ... i thought maybe its to good to ever eat again, i'm vexing ... and then i thought hey my next meal is coming from here.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 6/22/02
Time: 10:54:35 AM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.17

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I once read a description of Keith Moon opening his first Heineken in a can...I smell plagiarism Dave! All kidding aside, I'm really so happy for you. What more does a man need besides a good connection.

Tuesday nite pizza party. Woo!!


Name: Trister
Date: 6/24/02
Time: 11:47:03 AM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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Dave may be a plagarist but he sure can start a song:

one two three.....FOUR....fivesixseveneight: BAM


Name: KEVIN
Date: 6/24/02
Time: 3:18:14 PM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.26

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Deadstein rules!!! The Freaks remain the same.

G-d bless Deadstein.


Name: Trister
Date: 6/25/02
Time: 3:38:43 PM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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If a narciccistic goy sings in a forest with no band does he make any noise?


Name: therese
Date: 6/26/02
Time: 11:20:58 AM
Remote Name: 208.59.41.100

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Hey ! Thank you all for last night ! You all totally rock..in every way . I left before signing Dave's stick, though...sorry about that. :) Seriously, no spitting or throwing things at me...I'm humbled and grateful for your indulgences in the "warming up" process. Thank you so much!

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