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Tuesday, 1/6/04, Smash Studio A

Jam #51 for the year shows strength and resolve while the future shows how brittle the Deadstein experience really is.  With Trister recovering from the flu and Brotman from his fall and Terez with her New Years Plan, it was tough to scrape a jam together but scrape we did.  Thank g-d for Bayside Queens because it keeps generating new people for us to jam with.  Once again Alan joined  in with his beautiful Fano guitar and his friend John sat in on keys and gave us some nice organ sounding solos.  Looking over at him across the newly expanded studio A, he was a cross between Kevin's friend Gene Foreman and Eugene Levy.  I really appreciate both of them sitting in and helping us out.  In the end I think we all had a good time.  In addition we played lots of songs and got a good work out in for the few hours we were together.  It was good to hear Coffee-Bro behind the skins again adding that solid bottom.  The rest is Kevin and I who would probably play together in a sewer if we had no other choice, pay good money for the pleasure of playing in a sewer and still not mind the reverb too much.

Speaking of reverb, where we are next week and what we do in the future is still the big question facing us as we head into 2004.  Inertia will probably lead the way so a health push in the right direction would go a long way.

The heavy Orange level homeland security alert status traffic meant it took me a long time to get into the city.  I got in at 20 to seven so I parked up the street to save $9 and I picked up a quick double steak fajitas at the Fresco Taco to chow before the jam.  The night ended with a stop at Paulies Pizza, the mafia NJ pizza joint on Route 3.  Happy New Years to all.


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Name: Penny Jones
Date: 12/31/2003
Time: 9:30:14 AM
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Last week I took photos of the front and back of an ornately decorated Volkswagen beetle that was parked on Decatur St. across from the French Market in New Orleans. Tom, Anne, John and I were visiting Meg and Luter at Christmas time, and of course, there were two obligatory visits to the touristy section of the French Quarter where the VW bug and its owner (Kevin Israel? I have his name written on a scrap of paper that's somewhere in the muck and the mire) were holding court. I'm sending wishes for a very happy 2004 to all members of the famous Deadstein band (did you tell them about my "stalking-not-really" Jimmy Smits?) and to anyone else who may visit the Deadstein Web site. Thanks.

Date: 12/31/2003
Time: 12:06:11 PM
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TheGind sums it up pretty well...I would be honored to stand knee-deep in the sewer, $50 poorer, shoulder-to-shoulder with him, ripping-up a Cassidy. Long Live Deadstein. I am looking forward with great excitement to the freaky goodness that 2004 will bring. This past year has had the obligatory changes, that characterize the Deadstein experience. They all seemed to be for the better. The new year will be for the best. A Happy and Healthy to my freaky Bro's. MiniT, Trister, Brotpen, CoffeeBro and TheGind. Love 'ya large.

Name: Trister
Date: 12/31/2003
Time: 4:34:28 PM
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Can't play Mon next week... How's the new A? Can't wait to see it... Happy new year, freaks....

Name: Larry G.
Date: 1/2/2004
Time: 1:28:27 PM
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I saw the 10/9/03 Tobacco Road multi-camera video and it is great. You did a really cool job on that Rich. I love the fades and and left over stuff at then end. Really cool. Too bad I'm too lound and you have trouble hearing Andy. That is the only problem I can tell but there is nothing you could have done about that. Great job Rich.

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