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Next jam is next Tuesday, December 14, 2004, 8-12 and it is confirmed.

The 8-12 jam at Carroll's gets me home with a couple of hours to kill, just enough time to do the pre-jam posting, prepping it for a quicker posting.  Kev and I have been getting in the groove of getting me the jam picture just in time to post it.  Once again I was doing the web work at 5:30-6:15, the night of the jam and lo and behold I get the eMail from Kev with the posting  on it.   Pretty cosmic.

It felt a little weird musically for the first few songs, like things were a bit mushy and out of whack just a bit.  Trister was having frustrating times with his tuning and then around the 4th song Kevin realized, in a serendipitous fashion, that his tuner wasn't tuned to 440.  That help a little but I don't think we ever got into a real comfortable, confident groove like we had for a stretch a few weeks ago.  Maybe its the cold, we all had some types of illnesses we were all getting over or just encountering.  Hopefully we play in a healthier manner.  We played in the room that was back to back with our usual studio,  which had a full orchestra in it, I can't imagine how they practice with us next door.  Worlds collide. Anyway, we were on the other side of the Bizzaro world and it was all backwards.  We were facing the wrong way and I was on Coffee's side instead of Scott's.  Not that there is anything wrong with that, it is just different than how we have been playing for the past few week.  It put the cockamamie spin on the whole night. 

I remember Trister had real problems with the lack of enthusiasm and creativity in the Don't Let Go.  I do remember that we played a pretty good Picasso Moon until Kevy cut it short accidentally and forgot there was an ending jam.  

 

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Name: tommy banjo
Date: 07 Dec 2004
Time: 07:48:05

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just stopping by to wish you all Happy Holidaze...


Name: Larry G.
Date: 09 Dec 2004
Time: 07:01:52

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I guy I work with has 2 Gov't Mule tickets for Dec. 30th (night before New Years) he's trying to sell. They are at the Beacon Theater that night and the tix are Row H (12th row) left center orchestra, Seats 13 and 15. The price is $70/ticket. If interested (Scott or Andy) let me know.

The Tickets were sold by the way.  Scott and Trister are going to enjoy it.

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