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First Set
  • Wild ? Cat Steven's Song
  • Mr. Charlie
  • Loser
  • Big River
  • Brown-Eyed Women
  • Jack Straw
  • China Cat Sunflower -->
  • I Know You Rider
  • Playin' in the Band -->
  • Uncle John's Band
  • Playin' in the Band
  • Scarlet Begonias -->
  • Fire On the Mountain
  • Estimated Prophet -->
  • Drums

First Set

  • Space ->
  • The Wheel
  • Not Fade Away
  • Goin' Down the Road ->
  • Not Fade Away
  • Standing on the Moon

The date of the next jam is Thursday, October 12th.  I cannot play the Tuesday this week because of my monthly MCMUA meeting.

Hey 'yawl, sorry for the late post but whatch 'ya gonna do?  I did get to it now and I am in no means or way trying to slight Tom Snappa-Whappa-Banjo who is taking a hiatus to enjoy the birth of his new baby.  Best of luck to the entire Snappa-Whappa-Banjo family and a beloved Deadstein Mazel-Freakin Tov' to them all.  Nights of feeding formula made from the best stuff on Earth.

Tommy will be missed until he gets back.  With Tom we have had lots of energy in the band, we've completed many lists for several weeks straight now and I'm sure he's a part of it.  Rookie exuberance in the Deadstein vortex energized it quite a bit.  In addition Tom sang well, could give Larry a much needed breather and also provided us with more raising of the hand action than anyone else.

We were all there, I don't recall and guests and Johnny was absent.  I think the music this week may have taken the cake for the loudest we have every played, even so it was pretty good at points and weak at points.  I don't think it was ass good as the past several weeks.  But who is to complain, not me.  

I do remember the some very crisp Playin in the Band song parts after the Amaj Emaj Amaj parts etc.  If you know what I'm talkin' about.  I'm looking at the setlist and trying to remember what happened and all I can think is that it is a lot of big music played like it is.  You guys with the tapes are better versed to comment on the happenings.  I got so extended Godesque vocal delay going that perturbed Tom but we turned it down a bit. 

Larry and Andy had an ending of Fire that was to Die for in a Dead sense while I was hitting up the bongos with Snappa.  I liked the little drum solo where ever we did it.  We need to do drums space for 5 minutes each to give us time to stretch for 5 and space for 5.  Nothing wrong with that.  It might be invigorating.  It's nice to hear a song fade to drums as well as a song to fade from space.  It add a bit of karma to the evening. The space was nice while we were eating, the Wheel jam was cool.  I mean drums food space incorporated as part of the night would be excellent.

Mets and Yankees both start their play-off rounds with a split away from home.  We'll know if they survive by the next time I post.  Till then.  Let's go Mets!

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Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 04 Oct 2000
Time: 11:38:09

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not final, change that to "so long for now" farewell.....


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 05 Oct 2000
Time: 15:21:29

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I think our friend deserves a more detailed good-bye than this! Poor Tom Banjo, fading into obscurity, uh, I mean parentood without even a decent posting. What can I tell ya, Tommy boy, that's deadstein for you. All the hype with half the post.

It was fun playing with you, my friend. I enjoyed our Captain Fantastic and Simple Twist of Fate. May the wind always be at your back.


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Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 05 Oct 2000
Time: 15:22:52

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Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 05 Oct 2000
Time: 16:36:32

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Andy..thanks for the smile! I also enjoyed Captain Fantastic, and will work on it during my haitus. Bone-up on it as well, and we will make it our "pizza tape" date. As for the rest of it, your "all the hype with half the post" may have been accurate, but luckily, I loves youse guys, and with all the good stuff that between us in 8 weeks - nothing could spoil that!


Name: scottso
Remote Name: 207.97.128.30
Date: 05 Oct 2000
Time: 16:57:05

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Hey Tom Banjo, Don't let Trister lay that "Deadstein" crap on you. I think I can speak for everyone in that we all enjoyed your stint with us. Your vocals and body movement had us on a contiual high, and we thank you for that. Hope all goes well with the upcoming addition to your family AND MAY THE FOUR WINDS BLOW YOU SAFETELY HOME. Now we just have to get the Gind to complete his words of kindness. TRISTA''''' I think a little Skynard would have worked well with that jack and tea. Where did dave come up with that combo? I'll stick with the STICK Mon'


Name: dave
Remote Name: 205.188.195.28
Date: 09 Oct 2000
Time: 15:15:50

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well so ends chap 11 verse 1---where tommy gets his oats ----it certainly was fantastic if not surrealistic to have tommy play with you my good friend...and it will be again in 6 months, i love you like a brother.


Name: scott
Remote Name: 207.97.128.41
Date: 12 Oct 2000
Time: 12:53:48

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BIG NIGHT TONIGHT!!!! ARE YOU BOY'S READY?


Name: trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 12 Oct 2000
Time: 13:00:10

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Aye Aye, Cap't. Scott.....


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 16 Oct 2000
Time: 11:28:36

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I thank you all for your kind words. I really enjoyed playing with you all, and you neva know, I may show up now and again to give you all a rise, and anyway you slice it, 6 months is not forever! love to Deadstein!

 

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