Previous PageTuesday, November 19, 2002Previous Page

First Set
  • Lied and Cheated
  • Hey Pocky Way
  • Deep Elem Blues
  • Fever
  • The Weight
  • Good Lovin'
  • Ramble on Rose
  • Deal
  • After Midnight

Second Set

  • Loser
  • Birdsong
  • Samson and Delilah
  • It's All Over Now baby Blue

Next jam is scheduled for next Tuesday the 26 in Smash.  No Rich but the rest should be present

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We were back at Caroll's where we learned the secrets of the good deal with Ray the owner.  Very interesting how it all worked out.  nevertheless, it was good to see Ray and the Curly-Hared dude.  I didn't see the old short guy though.  We were back at Caroll's to accommodate the second drummer, Coffee-Boy Mitch M who came in and joined us for the night.  it was nice to have 2 drummers again.  Thèrése, and I hope I'm writing it with the right accent, also joined us and as Rich pointed out sang her first Garcia Hunter song with us.   The Ramble on Rose was powerful, as was the Deal and once again showed great potential of what we can do together.  Stu and Ken were there at the beginning of the night but I don't think they survived to hear the first song.

Unfortunately, though Caroll's is nice, the people are sweet, it's tough to make up for a boomy room and it was loud and tough hear.  I taped and wasn't sure of the setup with their PA, but they had a great Crest Board that gave me everything I needed plus more.  So I didn't need the extra mixer I brought just in case.  Actually it wasn't in the case which made it difficult to carry.  I guess we are back at Smash next Tuesday.  I took three of the same beat up Roland JC-120 for me to give up on trying to find a guitar amp I could like.  They all sucked.  Not too many songs but fun nevertheless.   Let's see how it sounds on CD.  Mitch always go the backup tape anyway.   I moved Kev's mic right into the speakers after the 4th or 5th songs.  I want to hear if I hear a difference.

So I can reference this at a later date while I do Mixdowns, the track list for recording was as follows:

1. Mitch Kick - Senn 421
2. Mitch Snare - Sm57
3. Mitch Overhead - AKG C1000S
4. Dave Kick AKG D112
5. Dave Snare - AKG CLIp on Condenser
6. Dave Overhead - Neumann KM 184
7. Trister Guitar (Twin) - SM57
8. Gindoff Guitar (Roland JC-120) SM57
9. Rich's Grand Piano - ? Mike
10. Rich Vocal
11. Therese Vocal
12. Dave or Trister Vocal
13. - None
14. Dave or Trister Vocal
15. Dave or Trister Vocal
16. Bass (Audi Technica 4033)

In case anyone cares, I updated the cartoon on the member's page and also updated the Link's page.  Till next Tuesday at Smash.

General Comments

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Name: Trister
Date: 11/20/02
Time: 8:02:15 AM
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Yeah that room was a tough one. I felt like most of the night was draggy and boomy and way too loud...hey wait a minute I just got an uncontrollable urge to do some dental work..... Hey TheGind, nice job with the members section but please, for the love of god, get the dead weight off the main page. I had to create a new shortcut on my desktop to go right to the Jams page.

Till Tuesday....hush hush...voices carry....

Name: Larry G.
Date: 11/20/02
Time: 9:29:30 AM
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I'll get to the home page update one day. That's just a little more involved than slicing out the old members. Placing your link to the jams page is the move though and highly suggested for anyone else outthere.

Date: 11/20/02
Time: 10:01:00 AM
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Carroll's and CoffeeBoy. That combination reveals the power within Deadstein that has sent many of the faint-hearted running for the door. To me, it was as comfortable and familiar as an old tye-dye. It made levitation and super-sonic travel effortless. Dave and CoffeeBoy seemed to naturally amalgamate into a rhythmic alloy with supernatural properties, and they looked as if they were having fun too. Fun is good. I'm not sure now what to call Terez, (she has more names than Poisey), I think I'll call her MiniT. MiniT has had more of an effect on Deadstein than anything else in recent memory. "It's all good" is not just a current urban slang catchphrase when describing Deadstein with MiniT. It's literal. The fast-forwarding-to-the-solo reflex, is a behavior that now needs to be modified. Heads can be held up high with pride through all 74 verses of Joey, theoretically. And that's saying something. TheGind performed a markedly complex set-up with perceived seamlessness. Experience and professionalism personified. And we all reap the fruits. Fruit is good.

If you can't tell, I had a lot of fun and am jonesing for more.

Deadstein is.

Name: T.Therese
Date: 11/21/02
Time: 1:15:08 PM
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High praise...thank you . I personally had the best live Dead experience last week ../ the sound and system was much better for me. I really had a blast. You guys are really talented and it's a privilege to work with you. Thank you for your patience with me in learning this material. Till next time.... MiniT

Name: dave s
Date: 11/23/02
Time: 2:20:07 PM
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...strange how we never heard of any "special" DEAL before at carrol's ... but it was special and so was the weight ... mmmm makes you think , the weight, the deal , the weight, the deal , the height, the deal ....



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