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First Set

  • She Said, She Said

  • Peggy-O

  • Minglewood Blues

  • Russian Lullaby

  • Dear Prudence

  • Catfish John

  • Let it Grow

  • Visions of Johanna

First Set

  • Estimated Prophet

  • The Other One

  • Wharf Rat

  • Good Lovin'

  • Mission in the Rain

  • Mountains of the Moon

Upcoming Schedule:

  • Thursday, October 14, 2004 at Carroll's on 55th

The first night at our new old home of Carroll's Music Rentals located at 625 55th Street, 6th Floor.  Let's see if this is the answer to some of our prayers.  Rich wasn't able to make it and Bill Siegel was cool enough to offer to play keys for us.  In addition, this night represented the long awaited reunion of Trister and I.  The long summer and drought is done for the most part and the rest of our jamming lives is now before us.

Remember, vote W cause W is for Deadstein.  Is Fuckin' Clay?

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Name: Trister
Date: 10/9/2004
Time: 6:34:17 PM
Remote Name: 24.151.15.114

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Did someone ask us to turn it down or was it just my imagination? A nice, JGB filled night(mare....coffee!). Did anyone else ever notice that Dylan's tunes are a bit long in the tooth? Maybe it's just me.... Thanks for sitting in Billy. I like the red keyboard.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 10/10/2004
Time: 9:35:46 AM
Remote Name: 67.80.172.84

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Long in the tooth, the Visions of Johanna was a saber toothed tiger


Name: Trister
Date: 10/10/2004
Time: 11:37:11 AM
Remote Name: 24.151.15.114

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Next up: Joey


Name:
Date: 10/10/2004
Time: 3:09:27 PM
Remote Name: 151.202.54.149

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Hey, before this deteriorates into Dylanstein and I trade-in my 'TheGind's TheBook' in for the Oxford Dictionary...let's talk about how freaky that jam really was! You got to admit that whole new Carroll's thing was pretty wacky. From the desolate new location, to the -assed construction, to the high heat and humidity, it had all the necessary ingredients for the Deadstein formula to work. The nite produced some high levels of music and play. It felt great to me. Bill was in a positive mood and music reflected that. Thanks Deadstein. You rock.


Name: KEVIN
Date: 10/10/2004
Time: 3:10:33 PM
Remote Name: 151.202.54.149

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Sorry. That was me. Fast on the clicker. That's what she said.

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