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First Set
  • I Shot the Sheriff
  • Alabama Getaway 
  • Promised Land
  • Bertha -->
  • Good Lovin'
  • Pride and Joy
  • Positively Fourth Street
  • Friend of the Devil
  • ? Blues Song
  • Althea
  • Women are Smarter
  • Samson and Delilah
  • Come Together
  • Taxman
  • High Time
  • All Along the Watchtower
  • Good Morning Little School Girl
  • Lovelight
  • The Eleven
  • China Cat Sunflower
  • Music Never Stopped

The date of the next jam is Tuesday the 21st.

Election Day 2000 and it's too close to call between Bush and Gore.  Wait, this was the start of last week's post and it's the start of this week's post.  One week after the election Bush is ahead by 300 votes in Florida for the race.  The Gore campaign is still trying to find some way to wrangle this election away. Hopefully by next week we'll know who will be President.  I vote for Dennis.

Speaking of which, the Kid made the trip down from North Hampton to grace us with his Dennisisms.  It was great to see and play with him.  As I said his Watchtowers are legendary and this one was up to snuff.  In addition, we had our good friend Michael show with his accompanying entourage.  Finally, we had my Carpetsteen guys, Michael, Ron and Bill show and enjoy all the music we could throw at them all.

There was dancing and excitement in the air as Deadstein played a 21 song one set night without a break.  An impressive showing for a bunch of codgers.

Andy had his amp back from Norwine and it was kicking.  Kevin borrowed my JoeMeek VC3Q for added compression and mequalization.  He seemed to like it.  It's amazing there is still plaster on the ceiling.  We played long, hard and loud.  We probably set some decibel records for Deadstein, which is a tough record.  Tommy Snappa was really getting into some of those Blues songs, just like a Pigpen.  He had the Lovelight and Schoolgirl right there.

It was rainy on the way in and cold and crisp on the way home.  Patric Ewing made his Sonics debut against his former team the Knicks and they blew away the Knicks. 

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Name: larry brent
Remote Name: 24.4.252.64
Date: 15 Nov 2000
Time: 11:41:22

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How's that for a good old fashion Perry Street Style night of Deadstein for ya. The Kid looked sounded and played phenomenally, no surprise. Tommy and I owe you all a rain check on the High Time, not a night for ballads in retrospect. Thanks for the enthusiasm of all the guests, and might I say Johnny's absence was notable if not unremarkable and I am sure he did not get a better show at King Crimson. TAXMAN, he must be dying this morning.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 15 Nov 2000
Time: 11:56:14

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Larry, I do not know how you do it - remember, and then put together the set list like that! The only tune your forgot was "The Wind Cries Mary" I had alot of fun with the wierdness festival - twirling girls, dancing rasta-men, attack of the killer guitarists(f/f/g/a/o/p!), the rotating drum kit Mike's participation in the vocal area...loads of fun. Alot of breakouts(f/m/anyway) last night - Positively 4th St, Samson & Delilah, Schoolgirl, Good Lovin and Lovelight. Also, a nice miracle night - I enjoyed getting some from LLB, and I hope that Tris enjoyed his. Finally, It was Deja Vu at China Town last night. 69 Bayard St was cool - dumplings, cold noodles, Steak Kew and Hong Shu Fish! Yum yum!! got home at 2AM, the last mile was dangerous. Cannot do that again.


Name: dave s
Remote Name: 205.188.192.181
Date: 15 Nov 2000
Time: 13:35:07

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kindness, friendship, comedy, music !!!---aka the last smaltz


Name: dave s
Remote Name: 205.188.192.181
Date: 15 Nov 2000
Time: 13:37:43

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..sorry its 1:30 and i'm just getting up ..... it should have been THE LAST SHMALTZ...


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 15 Nov 2000
Time: 14:13:58

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45 min backup on the West Side Dr. last night. Police investigation on the GWB...I think somebody jumped. Devastating-didn't get home till 1:30 and I did not get any damn Chinese fish. I think a new rule on this page should be no abbreviations (i/t/a/n/r/o/t/p/s/b/n/a/) because it's really annoying. Anyway, I thought last night was great. Scotty should start putting up posters on 38th st. Something like "Deadstein-the end is near", I have so much more fun when there are other people there to hear us.

Banjo...thanks for the Miracle....I enjoyed it. Unfortunately, it was over before I even got to the GWB exit.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 15 Nov 2000
Time: 14:46:39

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sorry no apologies anymore, so I will not stop abbreviating (g/t/h/a/), Andy. Also, you were not supposed to sit in traffic for 45 minutes before the GWB!


Name: dave s
Remote Name: 64.12.105.161
Date: 15 Nov 2000
Time: 22:04:30

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(i/a/g/r/e/e/w/i/t/h/t/r/i/s/t/e/r)


Name: Michael Carpetsteen
Remote Name: 163.179.204.54
Date: 16 Nov 2000
Time: 16:23:57

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Thanks for the good time. If there is room please reserve me a place at The Last Smaltz.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 17 Nov 2000
Time: 14:09:17

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OK, now I know where the Gindorff band #2 got its name, Mike's last name is carpetsteen! ;^)

Andy, I have the 1st 1/2 of that miracle for you, but, if there is going to be another jumper on the GWB, nothing will save you.


Name: scott
Remote Name: 207.97.128.72
Date: 17 Nov 2000
Time: 15:13:40

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thats funny!


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 17 Nov 2000
Time: 16:04:08

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t/t/b (Thanks Tommy Banjo) Hey Scott...I was listening to you sing China Doll from a couple of weeks ago. You sound like Flea from the Chili Peppers. f/r/f/r/d/ss/we///s/s//w/w/e/as


Name: scott
Remote Name: 207.97.128.31
Date: 17 Nov 2000
Time: 16:11:31

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thanks andy, I haven't heard the tape. Can you bring it on tues? thanks man.


Name: Larry G.
Remote Name: 168.191.112.160
Date: 17 Nov 2000
Time: 16:30:27

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What is with all the abreviations. Is it fun to make those things and figure them out. Don't we all have work to do instead? An excellent week nevertheless. I can still hear the music ringing in my ears.

Larry Gindoff /d/b/a Larry G.


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.41.174.117
Date: 18 Nov 2000
Time: 16:06:05

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OK, better late than never. This week, ironically, featured a bunch of middle-aged hippies, who have a deadly fear of their uncertain future, reliving their past. Our old buddy, Dennis, Deadstein's own degenerate Obi Won Kenobi, journeyed long and hard just to see and play with us. It was well worth it. God, I love that kid. He hasn't changed a bit since ZZ Top had a hit. Deadstein tips it's collective hat. The whole mood of the evening was quite festive, due to the unusual number of guests. I agree with Trister, it's always more fun to play in front of people. A good time was had by all. Speaking of Trister, if he sounded any more genuine and tasty in the Althea (and the Samson, for that matter), we'd have to put him in sweatpants and sprinkle his ashes in the Ganges. Speaking of the Samson, could we play that any faster? We played it faster than Freakboy reaches orgasm (lucky Mohoko). Speaking of Freakboy, sure he screwed us and Dennis and Michael, but he really screwed me & ScottyBoy. Because of his willy-nilly concert schedule, ScottyBoy and I were forced to go without dinner. I would have died of Kwashiorkor, had it not been for the 'open till 3am Wendy's drive-thru in Hollis'. I only hope ScottyBoy made out as well. Speaking of making out well, how about that lucky PoisyPoisungollo? He sure has gotten over his freshman period in Deadstein quickly. This week he was all warmed-up... hot practically, and seemingly quite comfortable. Poisy ain't goin' nowhere, no how. He is here to stay. (just ask him).


Name: Tommy Banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 20 Nov 2000
Time: 10:56:00

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The way Kevin talks, you'd think there were groupies awaiting me after the jam to get a bite outa my pasquanda! Luck is a 2 way street - I was lucky to find you, and you were lucky too! (At least I hope you all feel that way) As far as going somewhere...aren't we all going somewhere in January?

Doividl came over on Sunday and brought the 7/31/99 CDs with him. Left them behind too. Real grate stuff! Take a bow Deadstein, real grate!


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 08:18:23

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I am unhappy to report that due to an all day/evening sales meeting I will be unable to attend tonight's festivities.


Name: scott
Remote Name: 207.97.128.50
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 09:40:51

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Trister, We can conduct an all day / all evening sales meeting here on 38th street. Any Such Luck?


Name: dave s
Remote Name: 205.188.192.183
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 10:20:28

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....IF ONLY KEVIN COULD LEARN HOW TO USE THAT DAMN PHONE HIMSELF, HE WOULD HAVE BEEN ABLE TO EAT...SOMEBODY GET SALLY STROUTHERS ON THE PHONE.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 10:52:28

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oooh Andy, I had heaps of miracles for you today....they will have to wait. Speaking of miracles, I have them for everyone, EXCEPT: Davey, Kevin and Larry Brent. LLB gets a baker's dozen tonight David gets a miracle when Deadstein pushes off this mortal coil, and Kevin, who thinks I am a piece of real estate to be bartered, has not listened to the last one, which I chose just for him based on all the crapola he has fed me since re-acquainting myself with him.

David is right by the way, Kevin could use the same fingers he picks the bass with to dial phone digits, or Dave Thomas could serve him again.


Name: Trister
Remote Name: 64.51.71.34
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 12:22:18

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We just broke for lunch...talking about getting out at 4:30. Maybe if I can get home and get the dog I can pull this off. Unlikely at best but at least I'm thinking about it.....


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.97.189.108
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 16:39:22

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Thanks for the suggestions, bastards. I play an instrument in this band. Freakboy orders food for this band. Subtle difference, but difference none the less.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 17:06:18

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OUCH!!! Why do I feel like the back of my hand has been smacked????!!!!!!????

And poor Dave Thomas! Don't forget about him! How do you think this makes him feel?

Maybe Mohoko can come down and show us some of that japanese hospitality they are famous for, by ordering for Freakboy, this way he can relax?


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.97.189.108
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 17:12:45

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Another good suggestion, AnswerMan. Freakboy does get a little stressed laying on the couch upstairs, maybe he could use the help. Bastard.


Name: tommy banjo
Remote Name: 216.173.8.66
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 17:24:07

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Ahhh! so you ADMIT the idea that you order your own food is a good idea, by saying the mohoko idea was ANOTHER good idea!!!!

what, you are afraid of the phone? you hate to collect $$? you do not want to tip the "wilma-beasts" that deliver the food? I know, be careful, they might stuff you in the car, and take you for a ride!


Name: KEVIN
Remote Name: 207.97.189.108
Date: 21 Nov 2000
Time: 17:26:39

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I will now paraphrase a very wise man, "Shut up and sing".

 

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