Jam – 2010-09-07 – Carroll’s


Kevin went home sick early in the day and without a whisper on a witches tit meaning before I knew it, we got Bayside Mitch to sit in for us on bass.  That was great and it ’twas a pleasure to play with him.  Unfortunately the time wasn’t enough.  I had forgotten that we were not able to get into the studio before 9:00 because of rehearsals by the Sonny Rollins Band and Rock of Ages.  I forgot about this little detail and got to Carroll’s at 7:30.  Thank G-d I had my iPad on me.  You would have thought that I would have made some artwork for the night in the hour and a half I had to waste, but it never occurred to me.  Duh!   Speaking of iPad and such, I have now added my lgindoff Twitter feed on the right side of this blog, so check it out and follow me on Twitter and join up.

Speaking of lack of time, we got into the studio at 9:00 but there was still setup and disassembly to do.  We probably didn’t get going until 9:30 but played pretty steadily through the night.  We even ended up going to 12:25 or so ending the night with a Good Night Irene.  A real positive night with some nice music, enjoying the intimate jamming and music making.  We did have Scott Bayer in the studio for the first song as our only guest and since we started so late, we played our first song to carol over the cell phone.  Alan had his new Boss delay pedal, the piano was sounding mice and forward in the room.  Not much more to report until Rich comes down with the recordings.

If you want to listen to them go to the links below:

http://www.deadstein.com/audio/09-07-10/

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Alan W.
    Sep 11, 2010 @ 11:43:17

    I love the Schoolgirl opener with Scott B.’s VoiceOver intro… Very mid-60s, as Schoolgirl was a frequent opener in that period. The Midnight Hour, which ended after midnight, was the actual closer, as I had already flipped my standby switch at it’s conclusion before we pushed on for the subsequent two “encores”, made both bookends authentic 60s choices. Rhapsody, though neither a 60s relic nor even a GD tune, was a scorcher, thanks to Larry’s ever-evolving lead chops.

  2. lgindoff
    Sep 14, 2010 @ 23:53:49

    Under a day to go.

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