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First Set
  • Good Lovin
  • I Go To Sleep
  • My Favorite Mistak
  • Torn
  • Midnight Hour
  • I Will
  • While My Guitar Gently Sleeps
  • The Weight
  • Dancin in the Streets
  • Sitting Here in Limbo
  • Crazy Love
  • After Midnight

Second Set

  • St. Stephen
  • The Eleven
  • Not Fade Away
  • Quinn the Eskimo

Next jam is scheduled for next Tuesday the 22nd followed by Monday the 28th of October.

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It was the whole band back again including the return of Terez so it made for a fun and fulfilling evening.  Terez was out for blood as she was wearing her Gene Simons Kiss boots  just to make it difficult to use the squatty music stand provided by Smash.  The irony of it all couldn't go unnoticed.  Most of the Terez songs went very well.  We had good write ups, did several double takes and terez had a good mix in here headphones.  All this spelled fun as we played well together.  I hope the tapes prove to be as good.  My first listen last night unfortunately had way too much drums in Terez mics.  A real misfortune in that It will imit what I cant to to enhance that track.  Neverthheless, good music outweighs bad production any day of the week, so I look forward to a good CD.   If terez wants to redo any of the vocals I'm will to save them and do them with her.  these versions may be worth it. 

Kevin had a technically moment of clarity during the After Midnight.  Dave never got to play guitar on the While My Guitar Gently Weeps and kevin took a taxi home.  Who would have thought the two had anything to do with one another, but there you have it.  I guess we shot our loads, ooops, sorry there's a girl in the band, with our first two versions.  Three times in a night.  Come'on Dave we are not from Havana.   We played it really well though.

Till next Tuesday.

General Comments

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Name: Larry G.
Date: 10/18/02
Time: 4:43:37 PM
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Hey, 16 songs while repeating several of them is quite an accomplishment. We should all be proud.

Name: Rich
Date: 10/18/02
Time: 8:28:28 PM
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There were significant stretches of time last night where I felt that this is the some of the best music I've ever been able to play with a band. So cudos and thanks to all, the best is yet to come.

Larry, if you don't mind, please stick the incomplete take of Torn at the end of my CD. The phrasing on that was excellent and I'd like to have the option of editing that onto the rest of the song from the comoplete take.

Next time we record with Therese, we could try hanging up a sound blanket between her and the drums or something like that to get her vocals cleaner.

Name: Trister
Date: 10/18/02
Time: 10:11:19 PM
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I agreee with Rich and second his opinions by 20%. God bless Therese, who else would Deadstein do a second take for?

Name: dave
Date: 10/19/02
Time: 3:48:06 AM
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i agree with rich, from MMF to the limbo (expecially the MMF and torn) were some of my favorite deadstein moments.

Name: dave
Date: 10/19/02
Time: 11:33:26 AM
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i guess that shoulda been MFM ... whaddaya want from 3:30 am

Name: Therese
Date: 10/21/02
Time: 11:55:30 AM
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I had such a great time. Thank you once again, guys, for inviting me back and working with me to get the best end-result possible. I felt really great about the whole night...maybe a little too good. When I got home, my boyfriend was convinced I was high and wanted to know what I was on. Guess I was just flying on Deadstein love. :) I plan on singing about 20% better next go-around. I'll look forward to seeing you all then.

Date: 10/22/02
Time: 7:37:28 AM
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I had big fun.

I love playing with the full band.

I actually had a huge breakthrough in my technique. It has been the 'Holy Grail' me & my old, self-proclaimed bass coach, Freakboy, had been seeking. The ability to play 'ride' rhythm infinitely and effortlessly with my right hand, while keeping up the melodic phrasing with my left, infinitely and effortlessly. Now let's see me do it again.

Name: Yitz
Date: 10/22/02
Time: 10:23:53 AM
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the way I look at it, every note is a whole new existence. attack, decay, length of notes are all determined at the precise time that the note itself is played (or not played, depending on how you look at it). but then again, I use a pick...i'm an infidel, so what do I know?



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