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First Set
  • Not Fade Away
  • Lost Sailor -->
  • Saint of Circumstance -->
  • Wharf Rat -->
  • Uncle John's Band
  • Pride and Joy
  • Picasso Moon
  • West LA Fadeaway
  • Little Red Rooster
  • Scarlet Begonias
  • Fire on the Mountain

Second Set

  • Strawberry Fields
  • Love Spark
  • Mason's Children
  • Bertha
  • Brokedown Palace
  • One More Saturday Night

The date of the next jam is scheduled for Monday, July 16, 2001 at PSEUDO Studios at the corner of Houston and Broadway over the Pottery Barn, 6th Floor, 7pm - 11pm. Come by or listen to us live over the Internet RealAudio on  www.SugarMegs.org . 

There were lots of guests and fun to enjoy the official Dave Schwartz birthday show.  It started with a lot of setup and ended with a hot moving One More Saturday Night.  Except for the Race Is on we did get the entire setlist in.  Dave played my guitar for most of the second set.  Larry used my amp and I used his which I liked I don't know about him but I thought the sound this week was better and less muddy than last week.  I think if we move into the TV studio it may even sound better.  We got a soundboard tape which I haven't heard yet but it's nice to tape again.  Andy brought in the  AC cord for the mixer which enabled a better mix but the PA was weak.  Andy had his Tele and Dave had a new drum set so we were in for full Deadstein. 

Sailor Saint was sloppy.  I like the Wharf Rat Uncle Johns Rooster.  I won't go into it but most of what we played seem hot.  It's fun to play.

There were remnant of Kat'z deli going around but that was all the food.  Till next Monday in Pseudo Studios.  Try to get your friends and family to listen at www.SugarMegs.org because no a soul tuned in tonight.


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Name: tbanjo
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 8:54:19 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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uuuuhhhhh brain fried...did not get to sleep til 2, and Matthew had me up at 6 uuuhhhhhhh. I thought jam started off slowly, almost in reverse, and then took off full speed ahead! Loved the UJB, West LA and Scarlet>Fire is always nice, But where did that Strawberry Fields come From? It was SKOPPY to the Nth degree....and Let us not forget the Mason's which I am happy to say came off perfectly. Will be showing up on Monday with my new "Instrument" Katz before hand was superb; it has been along time since I had pastrami THAT good and to find out that KEvin ALbinder is the mgr, and to get all the food for 1.69 was a surprise. Mazel Tov KA on the birth of Ethan David!


Name: scott
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 10:10:48 AM
Remote Name: 64.64.50.18

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Pastrami was superb. But mine was $10 Hmmmmm


Name: Trister
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 10:33:24 AM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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Hey this Pseudo thing is starting to feel more comfortable. Now if we could only play a little louder we wouldn't need to broadcast on the net because the whole world could hear us. Unbelievable volume, it's really amazing how loud it is. Does anyone else have bleeding eardrums this morning?


Name: Larry G.
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 11:06:07 AM
Remote Name: 168.191.112.84

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My ears were bled dry ten years ago. The was one piecer from Andy's Tele that killed me early on in the night but I do think last night seemed lower volume than the week before. I think so much has to do with location of you in comparison to the other amps in the room and you relationship to the vortex we create. Larry B. suggested we all move to super champ sized amps, 25 watt range but I told him it wasn't enough to make our ears bleed and we wouldn't be happy. If we move into the TV studio it will be a big help becuase that is a dead room, no pun intended and would absorb all bouncing sounds nicely.

For all who are interested, the Philadelphia Guitar show occurs this weekend, best guitar show I ever go to. If anyone really wants to go I can be convinced.


Name: tbanjo
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 11:41:09 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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No, the other end is bleeding - my throat. I had to scream all night to keep up- can we turn it down just a bit? pretty please.


Name: Trister
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 1:45:19 PM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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Silly, wistful, nostalgic Banjo. Start doing lung exercises cause there's no way we're turnin down. That would require full band cooperation, and trust me that's not happening anytime soon. Maybe we should do an acoustic show....NOT.


Name: SCOTT
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 1:51:08 PM
Remote Name: 64.64.50.18

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I say individual sound booth per musician would be the only way.


Name: Trister
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 2:20:01 PM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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I think the cone of silence is in order


Name: Larry G.
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 3:45:05 PM
Remote Name: 168.191.112.84

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Any desire by anyone to do an all acoustic night a PSEUDO outside of our regular Deadstein. All acoustic bluegrass music, no percussion, no amplification no PA system, no rock-and-roll. I would do that anytime. We could probably do that on a Friday night before the Phil Krammer and Freinds stuff that goes on there starting at 11:00 p.m. The acoustic thing could warm up foir Phil and friends.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 11:26:26 PM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.151

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Gee, we're fish, can't we find a drier ocean to swim in?

We are a rock-n-roll band. Rock-n-roll is loud. We are loud. We are not too loud. We are an 8 piece rock-n-roll band. Playing as loud as an 8 piece rock-n-roll band plays.

Relax everyone, it wasn't 'too' loud a couple of weeks ago at Carroll's. This is a new room, with wacky properties. It will settle down and correct itself on it's own, with time.

The only real truth might be that the PA is not powerful enough.


Name: dave s
Date: 7/13/01
Time: 11:34:30 PM
Remote Name: 64.12.101.151

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thanks for indulging me and my set...it was great...strawberry fields forever....K.F.C.M.


Name: scott
Date: 7/14/01
Time: 10:57:05 AM
Remote Name: 24.168.70.211

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K.F.C.M. = Kevin Fuckin Cracks Me?

Katz's Fuckin Cornbeef Monsterous?

Kevin Forrestor Causes Mayhem?

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Name: KEVIN
Date: 7/14/01
Time: 11:22:33 AM
Remote Name: 207.97.189.4

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Scotty-Boy, I am your biggest supporter, but this new public posting of your Georgette Baxter impression has got to stop.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 7/14/01
Time: 11:25:08 AM
Remote Name: 207.97.189.4

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...Even though all your guesses are correct.


Name: Brotpen
Date: 7/15/01
Time: 11:41:21 PM
Remote Name: 64.12.102.33

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Actually, I think 2 people dialed us up last time. One guy, I know from work tuned in in time for Little Red Rooster. He said his connection wasn't good, but what he heard from us sounded good. I'm sure glad we did that Strawberry Fields. Let's do it again sometime.


Name: tbanjo
Date: 7/16/01
Time: 7:32:12 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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Andy, I used executive priveledge for the Deadstein vine, missed by a week of being in the last decade. EVERYONE bring their deadstein vine discs in please! (that means you Gind)

Will try to be on time tonight.


Name:
Date: 7/16/01
Time: 1:51:02 PM
Remote Name: 63.111.230.120

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Name: Michael Carpetsteen
Date: 7/16/01
Time: 2:22:04 PM
Remote Name: 63.111.230.120

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Congratulations on your new spot at Pseudos. There is a tremendous amount of potential at your new digs. I thought the the guitars were just a little bit loud, but all in all you all had a good sound. Based on what you had to work with it was a very successful evening. Kevinís bass was set just about perfect for the room. The PA could have used a few extra dbs and an EQ tweak. Once you settle in to the new room I am sure that you will be able to work on incrementally improving the mix. Kudo's to Dave for his work on Strawberry Fields and Low Sparks.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 7/16/01
Time: 3:49:43 PM
Remote Name: 207.41.174.158

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"just about perfect" he says. Yoink.

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