- Welcome To William Weiss. The
resiliency of Deadstein shined tonight. We
transitioned out of Dennis and into William Weiss
just like a Swiss watch. Like a China/Rider,
Scarlet/Fire, Abbott & Costello into Bowery
Boys, you get the point.
- You have to give Scott credit
for pulling it all together and taking care of
- Uncle John's was the only song
of the first set. It worked. The vocals were
unacceptable but what do you expect when you go
from hundreds of pounds of speakers and other
stuff to Larry's little Peavy guitar amp. To be
honest with you, I never heard an amp with 2 mics
plugged into it sound so good. The final jam on
it was very long, spacey and without too much
purpose. I thank we were just all happy to
realize what we were doing and where we were.
- Bens Deli: open till 9:30
- Many briskets with gravy. I
don't know about the briskets but the gravy was
very thick and un-called for. I had pastrami and
- Knish was soggy, fries were
like Nathan's and very good. Best thing about the
- Dr. Brown's variety. So long
Snapple. What's up Doc?
- In the end, literally, I don't
like Ben's. It's just a little too sickening and
just not that good. I really feel a bit ill from
that place. Both times.
- He's Gone was nice. It was
much scopier than the Uncle John's. It almost. We
had a nice jam before and after it.
- The Truckin was pretty good.
The intro was muffed but the song was hot and we
did a five round final jam build-up. Two more
than the norm. It was a way to wake up the
sleeping asbestos. It had a pretty long, drawn
out last jam.
- It was very
comfortable in our new setting. The only problems
were the new vibrations causing the asbestos to
become unsettled. The air was thick in there and
I didn't like it. It was the worst thing about