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First Set
  • Cold Rain and Snow
  • Scarlet Begonias
  • Frankin's Tower
  • Dancin' in the Street
  • Mr. Charlie
  • I Shot the Sheriff
  • Shakedown Street
  • Dark Star
  • Uncle John's Band

First Set

  • Lazy River Road
  • Dire Wolf
  • To Lay me Down
  • Midnight Hour
  • St Stephen -->
  • The Eleven
  • Reuben and Cherise
  • Hell in a Bucket

The date of the next jam is Tuesday, Sept 26th. 

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There were no guests for the evening and it was down to core Deadstein as Brotman was out.  Tommy-Don-King Snapper was there working with Larry to give Deadstein the vocals were desparately need.  The two of them did a real nice job together during the To Lay Me Down.  If we had Scott chime in with a thrid part, which I think I hear room for, it would be delightful.  This song was pretty powerful anyway, singing and musically.

It was a very rainy night into the city with floooding and traffic.  Several of us were late.  The Mets continue with their typical September slump losing to the Braves 12-4, virtually negating the importance of the big Brave Series at the end of the year because the Mets are 5 games out but comfortable in the wildcard seat.  On a brighter note the Jets and Giants both started 3-0 this year while looking good.

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Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 20 Sep 2000
Time: 17:59:20

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you are getting lazy, Larry! I would have so much more to say, but there is not even enough time.


Name: dave s
Remote Name: 152.163.197.57
Date: 20 Sep 2000
Time: 21:11:40

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...well i have time, i like to give thanks for we are lucky, now that tommy "banjo" has shown us his dancing and spinning prowess we should consider ourselves very lucky to have in our midst not one but two of the greatest spinners and dancers to entertain us......so lets give a big thanks to the two greatest fred astarians to have graced the basement of william weiss---tommy banjo and michael "B" there are no better dancertainers !!!


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 21 Sep 2000
Time: 08:46:05

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Who is Michael B? I thought you were talking about Freaky! I hope MrB shows his face before I bug out.. Anyhoo, I thought that we had the best jam I was ever a part of on Tues...I cannot even remember the setlist too well but I remember the Scarlet being spectacular, and the I shot the Sherriff being grate for a sight-read.. IF you buys thought the Shakedown sucked, I'd love to hear it when you love it...Otherwise, I think this is the jam that goes to the CD transfer, not the Other One! Sorry to make you all do Mr Charlie in "C", I liked it..next time we can do it in "G" Happy Birthday Scott


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 21 Sep 2000
Time: 09:45:37

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Don't worry, banjo kazooie, the Gind will blow you away with one of his postings soon. He has the talent, just not always the time....


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 21 Sep 2000
Time: 09:48:48

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PS the transition from The Eleven to Dark Star had the hair on the back of my neck standing up. Steele, your pee pee would have turned purple.....


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 21 Sep 2000
Time: 10:33:16

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ahh, Larry has a champion! no need to defend him from me, Trister, he, you and the rest of the boys have my undying..... respect. BTW - you found the kazooie reference..it happens everywhere I go. BTWpt2 - yes, another grate segment: 11>Dark Star


Name: scott
Remote Name: 207.97.128.39
Date: 21 Sep 2000
Time: 12:47:09

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thanks boy's for a jammin birthday. I couldn't have asked for a better list of tunes, thanks kev for refering back to some of the nuggets scotty boy knows and loves. Gind, do you have the set list? if not i'll look for one. THE Eleven was superb. Thanks again to all. Johnny, your dancing will always make my team.


Name: scott
Remote Name: 207.97.128.39
Date: 21 Sep 2000
Time: 12:48:38

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thanks boy's for a jammin birthday. I couldn't have asked for a better list of tunes, thanks kev for refering back to some of the nuggets scotty boy knows and loves. Gind, do you have the set list? if not i'll look for one. THE Eleven was superb. Thanks again to all. Johnny, your dancing will always make my team.


Name: tommy banjo kazooie
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 22 Sep 2000
Time: 11:17:24

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Ooh an update! So, I am Don King-like, am I? Well, Only in America, can I listen to the Dead in obscurity, and finally meet up with a band playing in obscurity (you gotta admit, you guys are a well-kept secret, web site and all) and come together like peanut butter and jelly! Only In America.


Name: August West
Remote Name: 152.163.205.58
Date: 24 Sep 2000
Time: 23:51:50

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Happy Birthday Scott! Sounds like a good time was had by all. Keep rockin'.


Name: Tommy Banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 25 Sep 2000
Time: 09:54:45

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Hey Augie West! good to hear from you!


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 24.151.15.9
Date: 26 Sep 2000
Time: 07:15:34

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I fried the clutch in my car so at this point I'm doubtful for tonight. Will post later..on my way to deal with the tow now. If I can't make it someone please say hi to Michael for me....


Name: tommy snappa wappa don king pepperoni son of a pizza man  poisy poisongallo banjo kazooie
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 26 Sep 2000
Time: 11:28:29

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Tris, I for one pray for your surprise arrival - may your clutch be only toasted and not fried, and may we see you!

 

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