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First Set
  • Feel Like A Stranger
  • Candyman
  • Thats What Love Will Make You Do
  • Beat it on Down the Line (3)
  • After Midnight
  • Brothers and Sisters
  • Box of Rain

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  • Money -->
  • Estimated Prophet
  • Night They Drove Ol Dixie Down
  • Cats Down Under the Stars
  • Like a Rolling Stone
  • Run for the Roses
  • I Saw Her Standing There

Next jam is next and it is not yet confirmed.

Trister was unable to make it again for this week, Wednesdays are rough, so it was just me again as the on guitar in the room.  While fun at times for me, I do miss the sweet lead work of Andy, so get back soon.  There were some real nice moments and some surprising ones, like Kevin wanting to play Cats and Run for The Roses and we were able to do them pretty darn well, even late into the night.

This was the first week it felt like fall, kids are back to school and it is nice and comfortable outside.

General Comments

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Name: Coffee
Date: 14 Sep 2005
Time: 21:01:39


Set is up! 9-12-05 sounds great, even if we didn't use Ginds super Mic. We missed the gind of course, but Kudos to Trister & Kev, Yes Kev! Solid playing with gobs of goodness. I also uploaded a scan of the drummers oppression act of 091205, clearly profiling and continuing the senseless alienation of the our brothers of rhythm. The Revolution has begun!

Date: 16 Sep 2005
Time: 18:01:01


Thanks. I love good gob. I had fun large, as usual.

Name: Scott
Date: 19 Sep 2005
Time: 18:36:27


I'm psyched for Wednesday.......... I will bring a full report of Tuesdays "From The Big Apple To The Big Easy" Hurricane Katrina Benefit show. See ya

Name: Trister
Date: 23 Sep 2005
Time: 05:45:32


this whole lack of posting thing is getting depressing. WTF? as Kevin would say...

Date: 23 Sep 2005
Time: 18:41:26



Date: 24 Sep 2005
Time: 08:19:36


I got Post' I was quite un prepared for my birthday set list and for that I appologize. Trister was surely missed big time to take us to far away places. This wasn't the only bummer my friends.......I went to see Elton John last night at MSG, and both Lisa & I agreed that band was boring and the sit down crowd sucked. The 1st 3rd of the show was all new stuff( get it out of the way) way too much new stuff. Then a few songs from Capt'n Fantastic, getting better, by the time the show got going it was 10:30. I was text messaging my cuz across the arena, and even they thought it sucked. We were getting ready to split and go get dessert and coffee........I MISS JERRY!!!!!!!

Date: 24 Sep 2005
Time: 09:21:05


I'm so sorry ScottyBoy, that is quite a depressing post. It makes me angry at Jerry for leaving us in such a world, that Scotty has to 'grasp at straws' and attend an Elton John concert looking for Musical Kindness. If this was 1976 maybe you would have found it, but in 2005 the only thing those 2 guys have in common is waist size. Don't worry ScottyBoy, you'll get your Musical Kindness Tuesday nite.

Name: scott
Date: 24 Sep 2005
Time: 19:34:22


OK, I forgot to mention the great Tribute to John Lennon' images that have never been seen b/4, to empty garden. Should have done "what ever gets you through the night"

Name: Trister's Sunday Book Review
Date: 25 Sep 2005
Time: 06:18:11


I just finished Lesh's book. A little too cosmic for me but I always suspected as much from Phil. I felt he danced over subjects that I would have liked to known more about (ie his relationship with Jerry; deaths of Kieth/Brent/Pig, etc..) but all in all a good read. Go get it if you havent already.

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