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First Set
  • Next Time You See Me
  • Hey Pocky Way
  • Lost Sailor
  • Saint of Circumstance
  • Foolish Heart
  • Estimated Prophet -->
  • Wharf Rat
  • Sugar Magnolia

Second Set

  • Feel Like a Stranger
  • Built to Last
  • Black Throated Wind
  • Friend of the Devil
  • Big Boss Man
  • Brokedown Palace

Next jam and scheduled for next Tuesday, January 14,2003 in Smash Studios R. with MiniT and hopefully a Twin 

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It was the first jam in 2003, back in Studio R of Smash Studios.  They brought the Twin in for Andy so he could get that sound that goes so well with his Richard Londonberg endorsed MuTron effects.  They all sounded good.  As a matter of fact me ears are still ringing from his non-Richard Londonberg MuTron III. Hopefully Londonberger knows how to smooth out the peaks.  I played out of the terrible sounding VOX modeling amp.  Kevin seemed to also hate his sound.  Ken  was the only guest for the night.

MiniT was there but had to leave at 8:00 to go to a gig where she was singing Ride Sally Ride.   Too bad she wouldn't have the Deadstein backup singers to help her out.  We reminding me of a bunch of little muppets as we sang "Ride Sally Ride" behind her during her practice of the song.  Her and Rich were in the studios for hours before I got there working on stuff together.

For reference this was the recording setup.

  1. MiniT / Larry Vocal
  2. Rich Vocal
  3. Trister Vocal
  4. N/A
  5. Keyboard
  6. Bass - Senn 421
  7. Gindoff - SM57 - Vox Modeling Amp
  8. Trister- SM57 - Smash's Beat Up Twin
  9. Kick - AKG D112
  10. Snare - Neumann KM184
  11. Drum Overhead/Tom (Left) - Rode NT-4
  12. Drum Overhead/Tom (Right) - Rode NT-4
  13. Floor Tom - AKG Clip On
  14. Tom Between SM57

Till next Tuesday at Smash Studios R when we have a full MiniT Session.

General Comments

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Name: Trister
Date: 1/11/03
Time: 8:07:59 AM
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Davey Davis Jr. rules. That CD sounds friggin great! I especially enjoyed the West LA. Hey check these tabs out I found:

Name: Larry G.
Date: 1/11/03
Time: 12:11:54 PM
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I've mixed down the MiniT songs so far on this week and about to tackle the Round Robin. So Far Sounds very good.

Name: Larry G.
Date: 1/12/03
Time: 1:35:35 AM
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You gotta love the new stereo overhead drums, they sound really good. You have them on the most recent coffee boy tapes and they give a great stereo foeld. Get into it. I just finished last week and there some good stuff. Some rough moments. Andy your overdrive/distortion is set at too low a volume all the time when engaged. Too much fuzz, not enough clean guitar to cut through.

Date: 1/14/03
Time: 8:08:32 AM
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I just heard the infamous Tony Clifton CD. I was pleasantly suprised. It sounds much better than I remember it feeling. I guess that's why Dave's sleeves are so big, he's got a lot of tricks up them. CoffeeBoy held his own nicely, and you can hear his enjoyment in his playing. That's the Deadstein Effect in action, or the onset of dementia. Either way, the goodness of Deadstein, like energy itself, cannot be destroyed, it just continually changes form and configuration.

Name: Larry G.
Date: 1/14/03
Time: 9:26:22 AM
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I'll be delivering the 2nd half of the Tony Clifton session tonight as well as last week's CD as well as most of the 12/30/02 CD. So tonight you'll all be getting 3 new CDs so clear your schedules in order to do some listening.



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