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First Set
  • Kansas City
  • How Sweet It Is
  • Stoned Me
  • Thats What Love Will Make You Do
  • Bertha
  • Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
  • Looks Like Rain
  • Race Is On

First Set

  • Shakedown Street 
  • Cassidy
  • Candyman
  • When I Paint My Masterpiece
  • Dark Star -->
  • Truckin'
  • Freight Train
  • Sitting Here in Limbo
  • Standing on the Moon
  • Good Lovin'
  • Saint Stephen -->
  • Eleven

The date of the next jam is scheduled for Tuesday, August 21, 2001 at most likely Carolls but Larry and or Tom will be talking to Peter to find out the real story potential etc.  Otherwise Kev and Rich are getting their stuff and getting out. 

Back at Caroll's for a pretty nice night of music.  The big news of the night was the surprising announcement that there will be a new little Johnny Freakbaby in the word sometime around May 2002.  Stay tuned and we'll keep you posted on the amazing event.  Congratulations to our number one groupie.

Kevin and Larry were late, arriving at 8:30 which left just me, Tommy Banjo, Rich, Dave and Michael Carpetsteen to play the first set, which I happened to love doing.  It was fun and enjoyable and people were calling for Michael to turn up the bass.  A rallying cry rarely heard at Deadstein.

Except for the self defeating prophecy of a Shakedown Street, the rest was pretty darn hot.  The Dark Star went places including into Truckin'

Till next week, I guess well figure out what is what by then, but Tuesday is approaching.

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Name: tbanjo
Date: 8/20/01
Time: 3:24:55 PM
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Had a lot of fun doing that Garban stuff till the posse rode in and we got electric. Mike Carpetsteen showed his versatility, as well as the scope of his instrument by coaxnig all the good sounds out of his Paul McCartney bass..and got things rolling with a Kansas City. There were some surpises, we finally coaxed a Dixie Down out of Gind, and the Race is On, Sittin in Limbo and that St Stephen>11 led the way from a surpise perspective...Dark Star had its moments, and as usual we found our 20-30 minutes of magic as we always do. By now you know that we are at Carroll's...and everyone will be there, except For LLB, who will be pokoknowing this week... Scotty and I will be dining in our usual joint - Cottage Noodle Shoppe, 9th ave (not 2nd) between 42nd and 43rd on the east side of the street.

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