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In Memory Of Our Poets

John "Jack" Marshall Stein (1951-2012) - Class Of 1970

John Marshall Stein, 61, of Dayton, passed away Wednesday, December 19, 2012. He was a great musician. He could play any instrument with strings, especially the guitar. He enjoyed motorcycles and hot rods. He loved racing his 2003 Mustang.

Eventually his cremated remains will be scattered in the Height Ashbury area of San Francisco.

He is survived by his mother, Eva Stein of San Antonio; brothers, Allan Stein of Dayton, Bob Stein of Austin; niece, Debbie Stein of Austin; nephews, Allan Stein of Baytown and Rocky Buras of Dayton.

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12/22/12 09:47 PM #1    

Stan Robinson (1970)


Jack was a musician originally from Texas and lived in Los Angeles for a time. His influences were Adrian Belew, Robert Fripp, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Leadbelly, Muddy Waters. The list goes on. Jack traveled most of his life and picked up a little all along the way. He became self reliant in the studio playing all the instruments and doing all vocals. He said he never had to wait or argue with anyone. He recorded his music on either a Tascam 488, a Roland VS-1680, or Pro-Tools. His instrumentsicluded a Fender Strat guitar and synthesizer, a Godin guitar and synthesizer, a Martin D-28, a Hamer Cuise bass, and Roland V-Drums.


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