Interesting choices this week. I heard the first jam and knew it was a soundcheck and the sound quality reeked of LivePhish. The contrast of the awful second recording was nice. It actually made me think of an old copy of the Clifford Ball soundcheck I had in terms of sound quality though I knew it wasn't the jam. I honestly suspected it could have been a really bad copy of a Fall 98 jam. 6 months to MJM #300. Will he make it?If you're asking if I'll make it to MJM300, probably! If I don't it won't be for a lack of ideas or jams... I already have the next 14 MJMs clipped and ready to go.
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