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This table shows the actual start/end times of the songs and the minutes of gap between songs.
2018/Mar/25: (8th Jam) - Supreme Restaruant and Bar

Cameron on guitar and myself on guitar came out to jam 6 songs. Rick and Henry came to watch. Rick brought his guitar and sat in on two addtional songs.

I finally got the idea to turn the restaurat table I use for (the BIAB computer and mixing board) toward the other members so we can communicate better. That worked
out pretty well.

Henry was watching listening and taking pictures. I put one picture up there which showed all three of us playing. You can view it at this FaceBook link.

It was pretty obvious everyone including myself were having a lot of fun playing and socializing even though both Cameron and I were complaning we were not
playing as well as we normally do. But these are rusty relaxed social jams and that is to be expected from time to time.





















2018/Jan/14: (7th Jam) - Supreme Restaruant and Bar

Jessie on sax, Rick on guitar, Joseph on bass and myself on guitar came out. Keith on drums could not make it due to an injured finger.

This was our second jam at the Supreme Restaurant and Bar with great food and very friendly people. As usual the jam was fun and a good social night out. Two of
the people who work at the restaurant said they enjoyed the music and didn't hear any mistakes. After listening to the songs on sound cloud I realized all the songs
were performed fairly well. I had a weakness in my jam operation checklist leading to an error in my running BIAB on one song. The checklist is fixed now.

I am not yet that skilled with my camera but I did manage to get one picture out :-) You can see it at this FaceBook link. I will get better. I need a better camera :-)

I finally got the schedule filled out. We actually played 1 additional song (All Blues) which did not show up for some reason. The calculations show a reasonable gap
between songs. I had filler music and everyone enjoyed that rather than the silence. As you can see from the start times we started a bit late.

2017/Dec/19: (6th Jam) - Supreme Restaurant and Bar
This was the first jam at the Supreme Restaurant and Bar with great food and very friendly people. As usual the jam was fun and a good social night out. The owner
of the restaurant would love to have us back. This is not surprising since every member and every guest had a meal and I heard no complaints about the food.
We had the biggest turnout so far with 6 players. We had two piano players and two bass players so we finally had some switching where some players could be
socializing and listening while others played.
We had a special guest piano player from Austrailia named Kay Cai. She is very studied and played great. You can visit her website here.  I made her a member
and scheduled the jam as usual such that I scheduled about 20 songs and she scheduled 20 songs. We had way more songs than needed so I scheduled the songs
such that the songs with rhythm section players came first or simply by preference amoung the charts we had. In the next jam my list of songs to play will be sorted by
the number of rhythm section players making it easy for me to quickly find the next song to play that involves the most people working down the list until only the
intiators and myself are playing. You can see pictures of the jam at this FaceBook link.
2017/Jan: (5th Jam) - Local's Sport Pub and Grill
Steve, a vocalist friend of his and I got together with BIAB on piano and drums. Steve and his friend sang very well. Unfortunately this is the jam where I allowed us to
go too long between the songs and we lost the location as a result.
2016/Dec: (4th Jam) - Local's Sport Pub and Grill
Steve, Jay, Adam, Alex and I got together to jam without BIAB. When we were not using BIAB we had an an issue with speeding up. I put BIAB in for the rest of the
night and after that none of the songs sped up. I decided to use BIAB from that point on. However in 2018 I decided to loosen this up a bit by using BIAB to count us
in with an all instruments mute starting at Bar #1 so I could see if we were speeding up on a song. If we were able to hold a consistent speed I would do the same on
each subsequent song. If we sped up on a song I would go back to allowing at least one BIAB instrument to play as a way to prevent speeding up.
2016/June: (3th Jam) - John's Home
Adam and I got together with BIAB on drums and piano to do some of the demo recordings.
2016/June:  (2rd Jam) - John's Home
Brian, Richie and I got together with BIAB on drums and piano to do some of the demo recordings.
2016/April:   (1st Jam) Kobi's Home
Kobi, Narayan, Errol and I got together with BIAB on drums to do some of the demo recordings.

Start TimeEnd TimeSong GapsS#P#SongSpeedFake book codeName(inits)InstrumentRhythm Section Info.
19:44:31 19:51:07 1 2 All Blues 135 RB BC V1 Cameron(_H) Guitar John(WB)/Guitar, BIAB Others Welcome
19:56:36 20:02:02 5.48 2 2 Birk's Works 130 RB BC V2 Cameron(_H) Guitar John(WB)/Guitar, BIAB Others Welcome
20:07:00 20:10:51 4.97 3 2 Blue Bossa 160 RB HL V1 C 6th Ed Cameron(_H) Guitar John(WB)/Guitar, BIAB Others Welcome
20:16:51 20:17:03 6.00 5 2 Freddie The Freeloader 130 RB BC V1 Cameron(_H) Guitar John(WB)/Guitar, BIAB Others Welcome
20:56:27 20:49:26 39.40 6 2 Misty 75 RB BC V1 Cameron(_H) Guitar John(WB)/Guitar, BIAB Others Welcome
21:09:25 21:15:42 19.98 7 1 Autumn Leaves 105 RB BC V1 John(WB) Guitar BIAB Others Welcome
21:20:02 21:20:13 4.33 24 1 Night And Day 152 RB BC V1 John(WB) Guitar BIAB Others Welcome
                     
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