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6/19/2004

Andy Trister's Home - Saturday Jam in Trister's Basement with the Wind and the Weinz

The audio files are provided in the following folder:
http://deadstein.com/audio/06-19-04

  • DS_06-19-04_01 Sugaree.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_02 Music Never Stops.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_03 Pretty Peggy O.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_04 New Minglewood Blues.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_05 The Harder they Come.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_06 Get Out Of My Life Women.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_07 Don't Let Go.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_08 Standing On the Moon.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_09 Brown Eyed Women.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_10 SheBelongsToMe.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_11 Ramble On Rose.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_12 Eyes of the World.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_13 Shakedown Street.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_14 Mystery Train.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_15 Mississippi Half Step.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_16 Scarlet Begonias.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_17 Fire On the Mountain.mp3
  • DS_06-19-04_18 Brokedown Palace.mp3
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  • tristbri.gif

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    This was a special occasion where Andy set up his basement office as a basement studio.  Having a rare Saturday jam where all of Deadstein, except Rich Brotman, headed up to Monroe CT, past the Strawberry Festival and onto Knorr Road.  Not only is Saturday afternoon jam cool, but we got the Weinz and the Wind to get to the jam and jam with us.  Let's not also forget Andy's neighbor Scott who lent us the PA and played with us for a song or two.  Thanks to Scott for helping make it all happen.  The only other guests to hear us were Lance and Lucy.

    Trister played his rig, and the Wind played his with his Vibrolux.  Kev had his double amp setup with his favorite Yamaha Combo.  Coffee had his own sparkling red set for the first time of playing with Deadstein.  Jordan started by playing his Kentucky Mandolin through is Fender amp and I had my Heritage running through my Super Champ amp.  I eventually migrated to playing Andy's Casio Keyboard and Jordan migrated to playing my Heritage.  I had a blast imitating Melvin Seals.  Setting up the volume pedal was a big help.

    It was great to see and hear the wind.  I haven't done that for 2 or 3 years now, and for Andy it is since 1986.  Wow. And I played Piano au Gratin.  Nevertheless, it was a joy.  The room sounded real good.

    For food Andy cooked up some excellent steaks on the BBQ and things don't get much better than that.  It was a beautiful night outside.

    Till next Tuesday, 6/22/04 at 7:00 pm in Carroll's.

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    Name: KEVIN
    Date: 6/21/2004
    Time: 6:33:46 AM
    Remote Name: 207.41.174.14

    Comments

    Amen to that.


    Name: Coffee
    Date: 6/21/2004
    Time: 6:43:54 AM
    Remote Name: 67.100.149.178

    Comments

    All Hail Deadstein!


    Name: Coffee
    Date: 6/21/2004
    Time: 8:26:56 PM
    Remote Name: 24.184.21.116

    Comments

    Trister, well done! Weinz and the Wind isn't that an old genesis album? Anyway... Excellent! Anytime. It's this reporter's opinion that ... we rocked. Big Fun in little Monroe. I uploaded, check it!


    Name: Wienz
    Date: 6/22/2004
    Time: 8:36:24 AM
    Remote Name: 65.19.78.190

    Comments

    Thanks for a great time Deadstein! Thanks Trister for the set up in monroe. where might i find the uploads? peace wienz


    Name: Larry G.
    Date: 6/25/2004
    Time: 2:23:55 PM
    Remote Name: 67.80.165.150

    Comments

    By the way, the MP3's are uploaded at http://deadstein.com/jam.asp?JamID=415 <br><br> enjoy them, especially the keyboards,