Previous PageTuesday, July 2, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • One More Saturday Night
  • Brothers and Sisters
  • Brother Esau
  • Love in the Afternoon
  • Weather Report Suite
  • Let it Grow
  • Senor
  • Looks Like Rain
  • Get Out of My Life Woman
  • Times They are a Changin'

Second Set

  • Long Black Veil
  • Cassidy
  • Valerie
  • El Paso
  • Visions of Johanna
  • Midnight Moonlight
  • Black Muddy River

Next jam is next Thursday, July 11, 2002 at Smash Studios A.  

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It was standard Deadstein in the Smash Studios A to pull off my birthday set a week late but not a weak week.  I was experiencing a nice summer cold during the set and hacking up lungs with every beautiful melody line.  Some how I survived and feel pretty good for it. 

There were no guests in the room and it was an easy evening with no taping.   In some respect that's too bad because cause there were moments to remember.

The big theme of the night was the mystical 432 as we all agreed to work with Kevin in seeking some type of non-Euclidean metaphysical mathematical space by tuning to A-432 Hz. All I know the low frequencies clear my sinuses, and that's not a bad thing.  Now I got to retune my ears and strings.

Except for a Don't Let Go that wasn't gonna materialize the night was pretty strong all the way through the Midnight Moonlight and Black Muddy River.   My communication with Kevin seemed just as good as last week except for the fact I could hardly talk but he seemed to be right there.

Just lots of hot stuff all sounding good.  Long Black Veil, Cassidy, Weather Report Suite slide, fixing the Love in the Afternoon and hitting it.   Thanks for indulging me with my birthday set, lot of GarBand to contend with and there is nothing wrong with that.

Till next Thursday.

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Name: Tommy Banjo
Date: 7/3/02
Time: 2:29:24 PM
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Happy Birthday Larry Gindoff, and many more.

I also stopped in to say, that I travelled to Mecca to eat at DiFaro's with Grateful Ted. The pizzeria easily jumped into our top10 best pizza places ever. Mr DeMarco, the owner, said he knew who David was, and would thank him for sending hungry long islanders all the way to his place to eat. It was exactly as advertised. Fresh herbs in the window, fresh grated Buffalo mozzarella and fresh basil along with Extra virgin olive oil. We ordered a whole pie, watched him make it, and listened to Ted speak in Italian to Mr DeMarco while he told us of his own origins. The only things to hamper the situation was that it was as hot INSIDE at it was out, with fans blowing 100 degree breezes around the dining area, and the 90 minute ride back home in traffic. Luckily, I whipped out the "Terrapin disc" and Teddy loved it.

Happy 4th of July to my Red Sea pedestrian friends!

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