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First Set
  • Bertha
  • On the Road Again
  • Mission in the Rain
  • The Race Is On
  • To Lay me Down
  • And It Stoned Me
  • Simple Twist of Fate
  • Let It Rock
  • Box of Rain
  • Friend of the Devil
Second Set
  • Don't Let Go
  • Crazy Fingers
  • Morning Dew->
  • Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
  • Music Never Stopped

Playing next week is Tuesday

 

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No guests but Johnny's friend, Buster Bunion Barry Herstik. (see his soon to be plagiarized site)

No Kevy, he had some unremembered things to do.  Brotman on the other hand had some remembered things he had to do so he couldn't make the Dew.  This left Dave to do it deep so he did it well. Me, on the other hand, picked, plucked on rolled, mostly forward, my new 5 string.  While it couldn't be heard it sounded good.   I have to figure out how to hear it.  It's fun.

No food but a pre jam nosh from Bens and and a half time Kosher bakery cookie, eclair, brownie and humentaschen and Dr. Pepper.  Scott made coffee, kept the beat and we all lived happily ever after. 

Speaking of which, the set was dedicated to one of Dave's and his brother's friends who passed away just the other day.  We played some sweet moments for the guy and To Lay Me Down unfortunately wasn't one of them.  The Morning Dew made up for it.  The Dew was sweeter than honey, sugar!

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Name: dave s
Date: 12/16/98
Time: 3:16:29 AM

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thanks again...man i love playing bass with you guys...nice morning dew and music and dont let go(never heard that song, i think?)....we need those cookies more often.....larry g, i loved that banjo...yet another great deadstein music expansion......MY FRIENDS NAME WAS MARK WINDWER...he was influential in starting me off like the grateful dead...so thanks for deadicating the set to him.


Name: Scott
Date: 12/18/98
Time: 3:43:44 PM

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Well, since LB didn't get to it yet, I am happy to report that Phil had his surgery yesterday and is out of intensive care already and is resting comfortably. I received the info from the the GD Web Site. OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU PHIL!!!! Get Well real soon.


Name: Larry G.
Date: 12/18/98
Time: 5:04:22 PM

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Phil's bound to come through this in flying colors becuase he's a Grateful Liver and not Dead!


Name:
Date: 12/18/98
Time: 8:46:53 PM

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HAR HAR HAR


Name: scott
Date: 12/19/98
Time: 2:36:51 PM

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Who's in for a little holiday jam for the kids on fri? Maybe a little Chinese Food after, Tree, caroling around the garment district???? Maybe Not?????


Name: i'll play on fri
Date: 12/20/98
Time: 5:52:08 AM

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dave s


Name: Larry B
Date: 12/20/98
Time: 7:30:13 AM

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Brents are in for Xmas


Name: Larry G.
Date: 12/20/98
Time: 4:13:46 PM

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I'll be there for XMas

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