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First Set
  • Help on the Way -->
  • Slipknot! -->
  • Estimated Prophet
  • Peggy-O
  • Queen Jane
  • Crack of My Ass -->
  • Throwing Stones
  • Mississippi Halfstep
  • El Paso
  • Duprees Diamond Blues
  • C.C. Rider

First Set

  • Ramble on Rose
  • It's All Over Now
  • Stagger Lee
  • Music Never Stopped
  • Deal
  • Brokedown Palace
  • One More Saturday Night

The date of the next jam is Thursday, Sept 14th.  It's on Thursday for me because of my MCMUA monthly meeting.  Thank you all :)

There were no guests for the evening and it was down to core Deadstein as Trister and Brotman were attending to other affairs.  Tommy-Snappa-Wrappa-Son-of-Pizzaman was there  to do his due diligence, which he did do.  Johnny was there for part of the night as he left us to catch some Tennis at the ESPNZone.  It wasn't after he took care of his brethren and got them food.  Scott was gonna die without it.

If nothing else we finished an entire setlist, added a few songs and got to eat.  A full night if you ask me, but who asked me.  It was pretty good for most of it as we played pretty hot stuff.  The only true weakness was the Brokedown which just plain sucked.  It was amazing that we followed it with a pretty effective Saturday Night to close the night on an up beat.

Snappa-Wrappa-Pepperoni fulfilled his Deadstein obligation with a warm and heart felt "Crack 'o My Ass" beginning of Wharf Rat.  It one of those moments that will forever live in the annals of Deadstein.

We did a very nice Halfstep with the leads being done according to the Book.  The It's All Over Now was really groovin and maybe one of the highlights of the night.

The Music and Deal were very hot moments to end the night with and we played them with energy and excitement although the transition into the first part of the Music jam was suspect but it persevered and lead to a hot ending lead.

It was the first unofficial day of fall and the weather was cool like God knows when fall starts and summers end.  It's uncanny. Speaking of September, the Mets halted a 4 game losing streak with a 3-2 extra inning win over the Reds to remain about 1 game out from the division leading Braves.  So much more to say and so little time to say it.

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Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 07 Sep 2000
Time: 11:12:05

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I have more nicknames than a one-legged- 3- dollar-a-trick- hooker, but as long as you let me sing, I am ok with it! Speaking of singing, David brought a mike back to his kit, and tripped the lights fantastic on Dupree's! Good work David! We definately missed the Trister and Brotman, but, the nucleus was still intact, and Larry Squared, with a little Kevin Pi, made for a grate evenning. There was alot of strong drumming, and I enjoyed the CC Rider moment, when you guys let me lead on a couple of false endings! Yes, the Brokedown brokedown, but Brent- THE FRONT-man, suggested we reprise the Devil of a OMSN, and we took the jam home on a positive note! Cannot believe the Mets blew a 3 run lead, with their 3 headed bullpen monster: Wendell>Franco>Benitez giving the game away in bottom of the 8th!


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 07 Sep 2000
Time: 13:09:23

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You owe me five bucks, Gindoff......


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 07 Sep 2000
Time: 13:42:37

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Hey Johnny...Mike Gminski grew up in the house I just bought. He played for the Nets, didn't he?


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 11 Sep 2000
Time: 15:08:59

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chatter... chatter... chatter. What, nothing to say? looking forward to the next jam already! Sorry there is a wait til Thursday to play with Deadstein... Johnny has the hardest job, beating off the delivery girls, then getting all that food down the stairs.... Listened to 2-weeks-ago-jam over the weekend, and liked what I heard. So did the missus. We were sitting by the pool, and she thought it was the Dead, til I said, "no this is Deadstein". Then she payed attention. She liked it alot. My 3 yr old heard me singing Deep Elem Blues and said "Oh, Tommy Banjo!"


Name: Freakboy
Remote Name: 204.146.164.129
Date: 11 Sep 2000
Time: 17:58:11

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Ah yes. The long-awaited return of Freakboy is here. There's no need to fear, Freakboy is here. Mike Gminski actually was a star on the Nets during the early-mid 1980's. He was known as the G-man and played his college ball at Duke. I was Brian Wilson last night at Jones Beach. It was underattended and that is putting it mildly. The place holds about 15,000, but there were no more than 3,000 at the show. Brian's singing was not great at times, but passable for the most part. The other aspects of the show were phenomenal, though. It opened with a symphonic orchestra playing a 25 minute medley of Beach Boys tunes. Then Brian took the stage with his band and they played some songs. I was blown away by Darlin', which I had only heared on CBS-FM. It is not on my Beach Boys greatest hits. What an unbelievable song. I Get Around was also sizzlin'. After a brief break, Brian, the band, and the orchestra played the entire Pet Sounds album. Pretty incredible. No midi sampling. All the instruments were genuine, theramin and all. Did anyone see the other ones last night? How was it?

Freakboy


Name: Freakboy
Remote Name: 204.146.164.129
Date: 11 Sep 2000
Time: 17:58:21

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Ah yes. The long-awaited return of Freakboy is here. There's no need to fear, Freakboy is here. Mike Gminski actually was a star on the Nets during the early-mid 1980's. He was known as the G-man and played his college ball at Duke. I was Brian Wilson last night at Jones Beach. It was underattended and that is putting it mildly. The place holds about 15,000, but there were no more than 3,000 at the show. Brian's singing was not great at times, but passable for the most part. The other aspects of the show were phenomenal, though. It opened with a symphonic orchestra playing a 25 minute medley of Beach Boys tunes. Then Brian took the stage with his band and they played some songs. I was blown away by Darlin', which I had only heared on CBS-FM. It is not on my Beach Boys greatest hits. What an unbelievable song. I Get Around was also sizzlin'. After a brief break, Brian, the band, and the orchestra played the entire Pet Sounds album. Pretty incredible. No midi sampling. All the instruments were genuine, theramin and all. Did anyone see the other ones last night? How was it?

Freakboy


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 12 Sep 2000
Time: 13:44:20

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Hey Freakboy, the local paper reviewed the show. They said "It has been a long time since the backup musicians upstaged the artist"... but, obviously it happened this time. They said that Brian Wilson looked like Ron Reagan - post Alzheimer's! sorry to hear that it was empty.


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.97.128.67
Date: 13 Sep 2000
Time: 07:53:24

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With one more day left before we play, I guess I have time to say something about last week. While I missed the absentees greatly, I thoroughly enjoyed the attendees. I'm looking forward to a complete roster this week. In any configuration Deadstein does not disappoint. Let me just add one thing to the PoisyPoisungollo hype: Did that guy give us a 'Crack O' My Ass' or what? I was impressed and satisfied, right down to my freaky soul. I tip my hat to you Poisy.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 13 Sep 2000
Time: 10:31:00

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Got to tell you Kevin, listened to a Wharf Rat over the weekend (3/18/71 has come out - complete) and As Jerry sang the openning line, I drowned a "Crack of my a*s" right over the top. I thought - it DOES sound right. As for the full compliment - I thought we would be missing Rich again tomorrow, unless the Thursday PM put it all back in place. AND, aren't YOU supposed to be late? who is duking it out to play bass?


Name: Steele
Remote Name: 206.34.232.66
Date: 13 Sep 2000
Time: 11:03:46

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My shnutts are itchy?!?!

Steele


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.97.128.92
Date: 13 Sep 2000
Time: 11:34:30

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Don't concern yourself. Everybody maintain positions. I'll fuckin' be there on time. Yoink.


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.97.128.92
Date: 13 Sep 2000
Time: 11:34:38

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Don't concern yourself. Everybody maintain positions. I'll fuckin' be there on time. Yoink.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 13 Sep 2000
Time: 14:30:51

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here all that all you bass-player wannabes? kevin will be there...actually he probably got noivis cause he heard I had a fender precision in cherry red with the gold pickups....


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.97.128.32
Date: 13 Sep 2000
Time: 17:20:50

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Cherry Red only makes Mr. Jimmy nervous. And gold pick-ups = sissy-ups.

Love 'ya anyway. Double Yoink.


Name: Mr Jimmy nervous?
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 14 Sep 2000
Time: 08:58:19

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as long as it is not Mr Charlie!


Name: Crusty Crab
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 14 Sep 2000
Time: 09:24:30

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Are ya ready, kids????

 

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