Previous PageThursday, May 15, 1997Next Page

First Set
  • 1/2 Step
  • Cassidy
  • Looks Like Rain
  • Jackaroe
  • El Paso
  • Cumberland Blues
  • Race is On
  • Minglewood
  • Althea
  • Throwin' Stones
  • That's What Love Will Make You Do
Second Set
  • Stagger Lee
  • Ship Of Fools
  • Eyes Of the World>
  • The Other One >
  • Stella Blue
  • Johnny B. Goode

Daybreak on the Land


Last Revised: 07 Feb 2006 11:54:42 -0800

Kevin's Set List
Next Jam: I Tuesday May 20, 1997
  • This was an odd jam and posting. I was on vacation in Hawaii and Scott was also away and unable to make it
  • Luckily, Larry B. was able to get Jonathan Spitz to fill in for.
    General Comments
Talk it up. Be nice. please say something or I will loose my desire to write these things up. Fill in the deatils, the fun little stories that I cannot remember. The little things like Allison calling exactly as the last note of the first set ends

After submitting comments, you need to reload or refresh this page with your browser to see new comments.

Name: Larry B
Date: 5/14/97
Time: 9:48:08 AM


Classic Gindoff. Every time he pre-posts Berg He is a no-show. Jonathon Spitz to fill in for the Gind tonight

Name: Larry B
Date: 5/15/97
Time: 12:36:20 AM


A very enjoyable evening was had by all. Larry M set up his kit low in front of his riser,it made for a very tight jam

1st set comments : Larry B took the night off from singing after the 1/2 step. Cassidy was a nice choice for the second slot because it allowed us to to gel a bit in the jam. Larry M took up a break neck pace on the drums during the jackaroe, el paso cumberland, the room was rockin !! BOIDTL was an add on and nicely done. Throwin Stones was a bit shaky at times but GDTRFB was a nice recovery and the closer cooked. The last two add ons to the list, natural segues ( I'll leave it to Kevin to critique the food)

2nd set comments

Stagg and Ship both well played and solid. Spitz starts Eyes and we all jump in! The Other One is adequate but Jon breaks a string during the Stella Blue. This is the only other song I snag tonight and it was nice to take a break. I believe Kevin also bailed before it was over. Somehow we muster up a fairly lame JB Goode and that's a wrap. Kudos to Mssrs. Spitz and Menaker for and intesting perspective.

Name: Menaker
Date: 5/15/97
Time: 8:40:45 AM


Anyone else get food poisoning? It must have been the stromboli.

Name: Larry
Date: 5/15/97
Time: 9:16:16 AM


I don't Know it must have been the stromboli All I know I could not leave it there

Name: Jonathan Spitz
Date: 5/15/97
Time: 9:07:08 PM


Brent's comments pretty much sum it up. Enjoyed it thoroughly and felt pretty good about only having minimal moments of not knowing where the hellI was (e.g Stagger Lee jam, although the tune came off well overall).

First Set highlight might have been Cumberland...very tight for such a tune...

Ship of Fools I think conjured up the best moments for me... Eyes was also excellent...gotta think about those G#m chords... I think someone said we were in '74 mode, so I threw that in as a contribution...Other One was just OK as Other One's go... I think we were starting to run out of steam. Too bad about the Stella and my poor D string...maybe I shoulda started with a fresh set...but all the tuning that would have caused! I barely stayed close to in tune the whole night!

Thanks, boys...will be was nice to get the invite... I'll just crash next time if I don't get a call soon enough!

Name: Jonathan Spitz
Date: 5/15/97
Time: 9:09:05 PM


Pizza and chocolate hit the spot...I coulda told ya to stay away from the Stromboli!