Previous PageTuesday, September 25, 2001Previous Page

 
First Set
  • Feel Like A Stranger
  • Brown-Eyed Women
  • Mr Charlie
  • High Time
  • Same Thing
  • West LA Fade Away
  • Brother and Sisters
  • Love in the Afternoon
  • Catfish John

Second Set

  • How Sweet It Is
  • Soulshine
  • Box of Rain
  • Thats It For the Other One
  • Cryptical Envelopement
  • Thats It For The Other One
  • Attics of My Life
  • Golden Road
  • Beat It On Down The Line
  • To Lay Me Down
  • Johnny B. Goode

The date of the next jam is Tuesday, October 2, 2001

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It was a samll night at Carolls without a guest in the room although we did see a couple of famous people before we got there.   We had to wait a little for the very petite Susan Lucci to get done with our room and while we were waiting for here to strut her pretty little ass, which it was, out of there, Elvis Costello refused to listen to Scott and play a Ship of Fools with us.   Who could blame him?  Fame aside, it was only Larry brent, Scott, Dave on Bass, Banjo doing his thing and I so it was small. 

I had the place wired to the hilt once again as I did the 8-track taping again which seemed to come out just fine.  Hopefully I don't pick up too much rattling of the fluorescents from Dave playing overly low.  Considering all the time it takes me to set up and take down, we did play 18-20 songs so it's still a lot of playing in the Band. Gotto to go, missed everyone who wasn't there.

Till next.   God Bless America


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Name: dave s
Date: 9/26/01
Time: 10:06:15 AM
Remote Name: 205.188.195.38

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19 songs and we started late....viva le round robin

tuesday next week i hope


Name: tbanjo
Date: 9/26/01
Time: 1:16:06 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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susan Lucci was nicely described by gind, and didn' you want to reach out and touch.....the material on her pants? By contrast, here comes Elvis Costello looking a dirty a travelling hobo with unwashed hair in a wintercoat...ahh NY with its personalities and their personalities!

Enjoyed the jam last night, and good to see folks there....let us try for 100% attendance next week so we can break up this bad streak of NO complete jams since banjofest.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 10:15:02 AM
Remote Name: 168.191.112.89

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Just curios as to what people think of their CD's from recent weeks. Any comments on them can only help me to make better sounding tapes in the future. If you think you don't have enough, or you have too much of yourself in the mix let me know. This weeks with Scott an drums by hims self sounds real good. There are also some real nice harmonies. Just wait till you get them. I assume we play Tuesday?


Name: SCOTT
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 10:37:23 AM
Remote Name: 64.64.50.18

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Forget about the sound of the cd's... how about them pic's? Just kidding. Sound so far just keeps getting better. Looking forward to hearing 9/25. Thanks Gind


Name: Trister
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 10:48:01 AM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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I only have the 8 track from the week I got soaked in the rain but I can't believe how good it sounds. Gind, did you mix in any guitar after the fact. The harmonic stuff you did in the Baby Blue lead was awesome...


Name: tbanjo!
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 10:53:04 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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Hey HOW ABOUT them pics? I have not had a tan for a month....so, who knows when it was taken....nice pic of Gind at the board, which brings me to my next point: the Discs...impressive! nice balance...but I am having a hard time hearing the piano...;^) Help>Slip was amazing...and loads of grate moments throughout. keep up the hard work. Yes, we are getting together tomorrow...waiting for one more person to weigh in on whether it will be out first complete lineup in - ouch - 2 months.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 11:17:00 AM
Remote Name: 168.191.112.89

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I have not yet mixed in any additional music into the tapes after the fact, eventhough those who will be getting this weeks tapes will hear me mix in some B3 organ on the How Sweet It Is and Promised Land (Brothers and Sisters). It sounds pretty good. I do perform quite a bit of alteration, improvements I hope, after the fact to process all the sounds, but so far everything you hear was played at the jam. Thanks for the compliments on the harmonics during the Baby Blue. Wait to you hear yourself on the from last week Trister. The sound blows away the week you are talking about. There is a much tighter sound of the drums intergrated with the rest of us.

See ya tomorrow. I hope I get there ontime cause I have a 12:00 tee off time in eastern PA at some golf outing. If I'm going to be too late, I may blow off recording, but I hope to get there on time.


Name: tb
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 11:48:43 AM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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the word is in - we should have 100% attendance tomorrow!


Name: Trister
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 2:20:33 PM
Remote Name: 208.249.55.66

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Gindoff...blow off the back nine, not the recording!


Name: tbanjo
Date: 10/1/01
Time: 2:42:51 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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Or, load the car in the morning and bring it all with you....or better yet, leave it in the car from CArpetsteen, tonight.


Name: tbanjo
Date: 10/2/01
Time: 12:43:30 PM
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66

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Pre Jam Eats: Cottage Noodle Shop 42nd and 9th ave...the best General Tso's Chicken in the free world! - see you there at 6PM.

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