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First Set
  • Valerie - Sound Check
  • Here Comes Sunshine
  • Same Thing
  • Stagger Lee
  • El Paso
  • Sugaree

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  • Pink Floyd Stuff
  • ? Clapton Song
  • Black Throated Wind
  • Dupress Diamond Blues
  • Looks Like Rain
  • Hard to Handle
  • Lazy Lightning
  • Like a Rolling Stone
  • Cosmic Charlie (Aborted)
  • Crazy Fingers -->
  • Around and Around

Playing next week is Tuesday? Thursday? to be decided

Deadstein Preamble

The whole band was there without a guest to be seen.   Dave arrived a little late.  We got lots of playing in.  I think it was below average for many moments where it fell apart a bit.  It was not a Johnny type of set who was disgruntled at the song selection.  We did throw him a bone with the Around and Around closer which got him up and dancing from his typical fetal position.   He danced hard enough to grind Kevin's book into the concrete. 

The Lazy Lightning as well as the Mr. Charlie were pretty disastrous.    The Hard to Handle was pretty tight and hot.  It had nice transitions between the parts. Dave practiced the Sugaree at home so he couldn't be denied it.   Trister played his Tele throughout the entire night.  Larry went directly into his amp, no pedals at all and it sounded cleaner and crisper than it has for a long time.   I also played my Strat directly into my Twin.

Early Delicozo made for another long second set..  I brought the nice 12 pack of Coke in which had the fortuitous consequence of allowing us to enjoy one of the finer things in life like the urinating into a urinal filled with ice.

General Comments

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Name: Adam Smith
Date: 8/31/99
Time: 3:15:30 PM


I just got finished listening to last night & I thought it was pretty damn good. Sure the Cosmic Charlie & Lazy Lighning fell apart but they're doomed from the beginning. For the record that was "pigs" or "dogs" from Pink Floyd's "Animals" we jammed on to start the second set (right Dave?). The rainbow ice negotiations were long and drawn out but worth the effort. Freakboy loves around & around...I liked the new hula hoop move.

Name: scott
Date: 8/31/99
Time: 6:26:39 PM


I thought last night was pretty good also. As for next week, Tuesday or Thursday is fine. I would like for all of us to make an effort to clean the joint up a bit. It's looking rather grim. Thanks...

Name: dave s
Date: 9/1/99
Time: 1:05:43 AM


yes...that was dogs ( or at least a dogstype i'm not done with that thought yet).....i thought the "same thing" was pretty good, while traditionally i get bored playing through the redundancy of blues songs, we really keep my attention with the ones we do...i'm calling for the rooster to wake us up out of the funk of this past week....unless kevin is actually out and its a thursday jam....yee ha

Date: 9/2/99
Time: 6:07:48 PM


I have been told by my fellow Kind-Kids that my non-existent postings of the past few weeks have not gone unnoticed. I will do my best to rectify that. This week's jam illustrated why you need to go to every show ; they all can't be magic. Don't get me wrong, I loved it, but I didn't play particularly well and our overall performance lacked luster...that's why there is next week. Freakboy claims it was the fault of an uninspiring Set List. He could be right...that's why there is next week.

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