Previous PageTuesday, December 3, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • Tore Up
  • The Way You Do The Things You Do
  • Tennessee Jed
  • Crazy Love
  • Broken Arrow
  • Black Peter
  • Torn
  • My Favorite Mistak
  • Forever Young (in G)
  • One More Saturday Night

Second Set

  • Help on the Way -->
  • Slipknot! -->
  • Franklin's Tower
  • Jack Straw

Next jam is scheduled for next Monday the 9th in Smash. 

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We were back in frigid Smash Studio's after missing two weeks because we played the two drummer setup at Caroll's with Coffee-Boy.  Anyway, we didn't have Coffee-Boy this week so we fit once again into Studio B of Smash Studio's.  We had no guests show up but Mini-T was there to sing her heart out to us.  It was really cold in the room, it was like 20 degrees outside and just a few degrees warmer in the studio.  It has giant drafty windows and all I had was a tee-Shirt and I was cold.

Dave showed off his new Franklin's while Andy showed off his new Ibanez Musician Jerry Garcia Guitar.  A ton of wood and a ton of fun.  Had a good recording setup as I miced each and every drum for the first time ever.  I'll be interested to hear how that sounds.  I was also able to track the keyboards in Stereo which I like.  The room is pretty Dead especially compared to Caroll's whose room is alive and a-washed with reverb.  I was great to hear terez with some of these Dead songs such as Black Peter and One More Staurday Night which she did so well on.

Till next Monday at Smash

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Name: Larry G.
Date: 12/4/02
Time: 9:04:24 PM
Remote Name: 209.244.237.109

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I Just hooked up the recorder to listen to do a mix down and on First impressions, the recording worked and all channels came out and I hear no problems. I know Andy's interested in how his new guitar sounds and all I can say is, "it sounds." Just give me some time to tweak a mix to get a better impressio, but this CD will be good from intial appearences.


Name: dave
Date: 12/5/02
Time: 12:55:36 AM
Remote Name: 152.163.189.99

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cold as it might have been, i think we sounded/played pretty well ... thats actually my favorite drum set adn its the only room i can hear everything ... Samson for next week.


Name: Rich
Date: 12/5/02
Time: 1:44:26 AM
Remote Name: 152.163.189.99

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It's hard to know what things really sounded like until the CD comes out, but while we were in the thick of it, I thought The Way You Do The Things You Do and Black Peter were really good with tasty riffs and excellent dynamics. In general, I'd say it's getting better all the time.


Name: dave
Date: 12/5/02
Time: 2:36:25 PM
Remote Name: 64.12.96.169

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thank you paul


Name: Larry G.
Date: 12/5/02
Time: 3:28:25 PM
Remote Name: 65.59.105.31

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I think this CD is going to sound really good. The room sounds good, drums are very good (excellent stereo panning) and Terez mic is also good. The weakest parts this week are definately my guitar and Kev's Bass. I can't find any real lows in his bass this week but the crispness is there. Go out early due to snaw and I'm about to tackle the rest of the night.


Name: Rich
Date: 12/7/02
Time: 11:01:55 PM
Remote Name: 64.12.96.169

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I just got a good ear-full of the CD from 11/25. Man, those snare drums sound great. They give the whole band a real authentic rock & roll center. The interplay between drummers was really good also. I had no idea while we were doing it that they were doing such good stuff. Tore up made for a good opener, dispite the bugs, it being a first time we've done it and all. But clearly the winner of the night was the stunning Love Has No Pride. Onward to Monday.

 

 

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