Previous PageTuesday, July 16, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • Aiko-Aiko
  • Times They are a Changin
  • Black Magic Woman
  • Like a Rolling Stone
  • My Favorite Mistake (cut)

Second Set

  • Sitting here in Limbo
  • Dancin in the Streets
  • Beat It On Down the Line
  • Come On Come On (cut)
  • Stairway To Hell (cut)
  • Rock and Roll
  • What a Wonderful World (Cut)
  • Somebody to Love
  • My Favorite Mistake
  • Jack Straw
  • Feel Like a Stranger

Next jam is next Tuesday, July 23, 2002 at Smash Studios A.   The nice recording room.

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It was the second night of Terez joining us for a session and what a pleasure it is.  For all the muck that comes with playing songs, that I never liked in my life anyway, downloaded an hour earlier from an unconfirmed Internet it just great to hear the songs sung well. When we click it just amazing! It's unbelievable! It's the greatest thing I've ever heard.  You know what I'm saying.

It was also the first night of me using my new Mackie MDR 24/96.  Up to 24 tracks of pristine 24 bit digital recording.  A pleasure to setup and take down.  I'm listening now and it worked like a charm.   We were in Studio R, the live recording room.  It's not as good as room A in my opinion.  Room A has better amps and PA, it's bigger and brighter.  Room R was pretty good nevertheless.  Except for Terez, we had no other guests as Stu is busy working the back channels.

Gotta go to bed.  I should be feeling good since I resisted the Grays Papaya on the way home.  Trying to spare Rich's life as well as mine.

Till next Tuesday.

General Comments

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Name: dave
Date: 7/17/02
Time: 2:29:13 AM
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if we could get the actual jam or a deasteinafide jam to go at the end of the black magic woman it could be made into a monster if we all pull together as a team, the last fav mistake and r--n--roll i thought were pretty good, and the usual stuff came out just fine i thought

Name: Trister
Date: 7/17/02
Time: 9:31:44 AM
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Larry the CD's sound great, thanks. Upon further reflection it is really not a good idea for me to jam on 7/30 as I need to hit the ground running in Chicago the next morning. This is troubling because I do not want to miss about Mon the 29th?

Date: 7/17/02
Time: 9:53:26 AM
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I'm there for you Trister.

TheGind, you forgot 'Feel Like Makin' Love', 'Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay', 'Forever Young'. You know what I'm saying?

Name: Larry G.
Date: 7/17/02
Time: 11:04:00 AM
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kev, thanks for the update. It wsa impossible to remember everything last night, I was able to get what I did by listening and I never got to the first set before tiring.

I can play the 29th and we should try to change for that.

Doesn't that How Sweet It is sound authentic? As soon as you turn it on it's like Wow! from note one.

Name: Rich
Date: 7/17/02
Time: 12:17:18 PM
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Monday, the 29th is good for me. I'm still hearing the great sounds from last night in my head, unless that's just the ringing in my ears. I believe we've gotta be doing something right for things to click the way they seem to do. Nice work!

Name: Therese
Date: 7/17/02
Time: 1:01:51 PM
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Hey guys! Thanks for last're all so good to me. The 29th is fantastic for me. Let me know!

Name: "the guarenteur"
Date: 7/17/02
Time: 6:13:13 PM
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we are booked on monday the 29th room from 6-12 but we only have to pay for 4 hours ( our normal allottment ) on mondays they do 2 hours and the 3rd is free --- anyway we are in maybe we can use the time to work out stuff ... i just have to clear it with my boss or co-worker -- it should be no problem

Name: Trister
Date: 7/18/02
Time: 9:51:56 AM
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We should always play on Mondays!

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