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First Set
  • Not Fade Away->
  • Music Never Stopped
  • Foolish Heart
  • Women are Smarter
  • Little Red Rooster
  • Broken Arrow
  • Ramble on Rose
Second Set
  • Box of Rain
  • Jack Straw

Playing next week is Tuesday


Freak is the sound of one hand clapping

The return of Brotman, Johnny was in his white shoes in Florida and Scott's Windy City friend Ken can in to join us and throw in his shiny 2 cents.  My friends John and Bill came in for some of the festivities and Andy's crew of Terry and Jayson were there  holding up the bar.  I got my new Banjo

I can't remeber exact what we played, some help wouldn't hurt.   It rarely does.  All I can remember is that we strayed from the list quite a bit and the transition between Not Fade Away and Music Never Stopped was shockingly smooth.

Pizza was good as usual, a square crunchy pie.  Andy never got to it as he ended up jamming with Terry and Dave during halftime.

General Comments

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Name: scott
Date: 11/30/98
Time: 9:22:26 PM


I do know for a fact that we opened with Foolish Heart Which was a little on the slow side but very well played as confirmed by my tape. It was great to hear my buddy Ken throw in his little Allman-esque Leads on Foolish and his vocals on Women R Smarter, Ramble etc.. The N.F.A. tansition into Music went smooth due to the fact that I saw the Gind Mouth To LB And Kev "Music" and I was able to get it across to Dave. That means we were all prepared. Nice Huh????

Name: Freakboy
Date: 12/1/98
Time: 9:41:56 AM


As you know, I wasn't at the jam last week. But, what the heck. I saw that the Gind put up the page and I figured I'd jot something down. That square crunchy pie sounds good from here. It was a re latively large gathering as Deadstein goes. Big night tonight. Freakboy returns from his Florida environs for a brand new night of Deadstein. It doesn't get any better than that. Happy Decemb er!! It is pretty warm out. See you later.

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