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First Set
  • Alabama Getaway
  • The Way You Do the Tings You Do
  • Love in the Afternoon
  • Mama Tried
  • Mexicali Blues
  • Black Peter
  • U.S. Blues
  • Sugaree
  • One More Saturday Night
  • My Favorite Mistake

Second Set

  • My Favorite Mistake
  • Satisfaction
  • All Along the Watchtower of Purple Haze
  • Knockin' on Heaven's Door
  • Dancin in the Streets
  • Johnny B. Goode
  • Amazing Grace

The next jam and scheduled for next Monday July 21, 2003 at Smash Studios R.

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Back to the whole band for this week and we had Mini T's daughter in as a guest as well as a friend of hers.  I forgot her name if someone wants to write it in.  Actually I never really heard it when we were introduced.  Nevertheless, these were not just ordinary guests but active participants as we had a new version of Mini T and Teasettes.  I think we played well last night and had a lot of fun with the fun that was going on.  Having three women sing to Deadstein was a new experiece. It was a cross between a Jefferson Airplane concert a Muppets Show and a Britney Spears video taking place in a foggy valley between Kevin's ears.  It will be a tough one to replicate.  It almost reminds me a 21st century version of the famed midget that one graced us with is presence. The All Along the Watchtower was especially special to me as we played it with out finching an eyelash.  Mini T. supervised as the proud mother she obviously is.

There was lots of traffic along the west side last night cause Andy and I to arrive around 7:30.  This of course meant no Taco Fresco for me but I had to eat on the way devouring a large Taco Bell so called meal.  Mitch also short for time was force to eat a couple of rats on the way in.  I didn't have the will power to resist the Gray's Papaya on the way home asnd found myself picking sauerkraut out of my seat all morning long.

Till next Monday, remember, Monday.

General Comments

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Date: 7/16/2003
Time: 10:23:21 AM
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That was the best smelling jam I've ever been to.

Name: MiniT
Date: 7/16/2003
Time: 10:33:19 AM
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Pardis is her name. We all had a blast. Thank you all for being so accommodating. I'm not sure what the Muppets Show reference is about..., but I'm confident it's a good thing somehow...I know none of us sounded like Kermit. Love you guys.

Name: Larry G.
Date: 7/16/2003
Time: 10:38:11 AM
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By the way, nice setlist Kevin. The Muppet reference is seeing 2 cute little background singers with high pitched voices swaying simultaneously. It's all a good thing.

Name: cOfFeE bOy
Date: 7/17/2003
Time: 12:36:13 AM
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Jefferson Airplane concert a Muppets Show and a Britney Spears video taking place in a foggy valley between Kevin's ears? What are you smoking? Isn't it obvious that the evening was a cross between: The Carol Burnette Show, Sing, A b52's concert & an evening at the Apollo!! And that is all good! 1st let me say that pudding proof is very good, even Satisfaction was nice. From Alabama Getaway thru Big River it was one hell of a good night. Mini Mini T & Pardis not only enjoyed a Deadstein Karioke, but sang like champs and sounded great as well.

Name: Brotpen
Date: 7/18/2003
Time: 2:54:54 AM
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It's jams like this that remind me just how great playing music really is. Y'all come back, now, hear?

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