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First Set
  • How Sweet It Is
  • Birdsong
  • Black Muddy River
  • Dancin' in the Streets
  • Next Time You See Me
  • It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry
  • Mississippi Moon (cut)
  • Big River
  • It Must have been the Roses
  • Wheel
  • Uncle Johns Band
  • Eyes of the World 

First Set

  • He's Gone
  • I Need a Miracle
  • Goin' Down the Road -->
  • Good Lovin'
  • Wharf Rat -->
  • Around and Around
  • Casey Jones
Upcoming Schedule:

Tuesday, 12/2, Studio A

Thursday, 12/11, Studio A

Tuesday, 12/16, Studio A

Tuesday, 12/23, Studio A

Tuesday, 12/30, Studio A

MiniT was back to Deadstein trying to keep up song wise with us Joneses.  In many respects such as Mississippi Moon she surpassed us Joneses by singing better than we play them. In any case, we had a good session with her as we teamed up the vocal stylings of Bill Siegel and her for an exciting and fun time.  Sonny and Cher, Donny and Marie and Bill and Terez.  

So we had Bill S. as a guests and then we also had Michael B and his Smilyfest buddy Bob who caught the very end of the last song, Casey Jones. Too bad they could have gotten there earlier to enjoy us.  We also had a White rapper try out for something at the very beginning of the night.  We had some good beat and rhythms and for what seemed like it was to be a dull Deadstein turned into a fun event.  You got to go to every show.  I thought the room and the vocal PA systems sounded better than usual.  Trister was noodleing on King Solomon's Marbles all night.  It was a full night of music and songs considering we didn't get started till almost 8:00 p.m.

Kev, Coffee-Boy and I met at the Fresco Taco before the jam.  I had 2 fajitas.  Coffee-Boy handed out a nice pound of Starbucks to me which I am grateful for.  Thank you.  It was a good night to have a Monday night jam since I would have watched the Giant debacle on Monday Night Football where they lost to the Bucs.  Till next Tuesday when we are back in Studio A.


General Comments

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Name: MiniT
Date: 11/26/2003
Time: 10:57:19 AM
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Goddamn! I declare !! SO much fun. Ike and Tina, Beyonce and JayZ...Captain & Tenille.....nah.... You guys sound great...really relaxed and tight at the same time. I like a lot of the new songs. Looking forward to nailing them a lot better, going forward. Have a great Thanksgiving, you guys. Love, Therese.

Name: Bill
Date: 11/26/2003
Time: 2:27:15 PM
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Many thanks for tolerating my "vocal stylings" as the Gind put it. Great honor and pleasure to sing with Terez. I'm a closet vocalist at best but always love the opportunity. Also much appreciataion to Mitch "Coffeeboy" for the whole bean goodness and MB for the inspiration. I've said it before and I'll say it again. Deadstein and MB...what lovely evening. Kev awsome on Dancin! Thanks all you guys rock!

Name: Trister
Date: 11/30/2003
Time: 6:05:16 PM
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Thurs 12/11 does not work for me. Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. I am thankful for Deadstein.

Name: Rich
Date: 11/30/2003
Time: 9:46:56 PM
Remote Name:


Since Thursday 12/11 is no good for Andy and MiniT, and Tuesday 12/9 is no good for Larry, we could jam on Monday 12/8 but Studio A is NOT available. Do we want to play on Monday 12/8 in a room other that Studio A or stay put as a quartet in Studio A on Thursday 12/11?

Name: Larry G.
Date: 12/1/2003
Time: 12:23:10 PM
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I cant do 12/11/03 for other reasons, so I think the Monday, 12/8 in another room sounds good.

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