7 seconds- T.T. the Bears Place, Cambridge Ma 7/28/87 xfer from unknown gen VHS

Here’s another installment from the DVD posting project. I am working through my DVDs and posting anything that is Sacramento-related, alphabetically. We are about 1% done so far.
Anyway, here is a nicely shot 7 seconds show from Cambridge ma in 1987. It’s too bad the video is so generated, a clean transfer off the master would probably look great. Anyway, great show from a great era of the band.

Recorded by:?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS8911U and Canopus ADVC300

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C.O.C. Corrosion of Conformity- Sports Palace, St. Louis Mo. 7/22/87 Audio xfer 4 Track Soundboard

NOTE- This tape had issues for 1st 5min. Forward to 5min if you can’t take the quality at beginning*
As I was digging out the old C.O.C. tapes from Sacramento to post, I remembered this one. This was recorded (with the band’s permission) with Mark Denizczuk’s 4 track recorder. Lineage= Master tape-Jim Utz copy-my copy
KILLER recording and a great set. It sounds like the crowd was crazy and the power blew out at least once.
Recorded by: Luther (soundman) & Mark Deniszczuk
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon, Audiophile 2496 card, Reaper, Sony Sound Forge for normalization

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Dag Nasty- El Dorado Saloon, Sacramento Ca. 7/19/87 Audio only xfer from master tape LIVE

This was probably one of the most memorable punk shows that Stewart Katz put on. It was PACKED and skinheads were beating the hell out of each other. Dag Nasty stops one song due to fighting, and Peter Cortner changes lyrics to another. They also took a stab at Stewart during the show.
I also met my best friend, “Anonymous”, at this show. 30+ years later and we are still good friends. He taped this show witn an Aiwa hanheld recorder- excellent results.

Recorded by: Anonymous
Equipment Used: Aiwa Handheld Recorder
Enhancement: Bass boost/midrange drop/normalize in Sony Sound Forge.

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Dr. Know- El Dorado Saloon, Sacramento Ca. 7/19/87 Audio Only xfer from master tape LIVE

This lineup was ridiculously stacked- when Dag Nasty opens the show, you know it’s good. Dr. Know was up second and Kyle Toucher was doing a little guitar butt-play behind Stewart Sacramento Katz while Stew was trying to introduce them.. that’s why you hear so much cheering there.
And, Dr. Know has always kicked ass. Man, what a great band. Kyle, when is that new album going to be ready??

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Borman 6- Spanky’s, Sacramento 7/17/87 xfer band archive master Soundboard rebalanced Rebel Truth

I had a video planned to post today, but the youtube copyright bots had other plans. Here is another Borman 6 post- this time it is a board tape from Spanky’s in sacramento. I am surprised as to the quality of the mix- whenever I tried to tape at Spankys, the board mix was terrible. In fact, I have 1 tape that is all vocals. That’s all they mic’d.
You are probably wondering why the photo for this post is a batteries & bulbs store. This store is the building that used to by Spankys. I tried to find a picture of the club from back in the 80s. No luck.

Recorded by:? (Greg Dean?)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Transfer equipment: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
Rebalance in Izotope Rx7: Vocal -1, Bass and Guitar +5

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Opinion Zero- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 7/12/87 xfer from low gen soundboard tape rebalanced

It’s mediocre Monday! FB friend Dean Miles posted a flyer for this show, so I figured I would pull this tape out and post it today. This was the first show I ever saw at Gilman.
Classic Gilman, by the way. First, the band (and location) is introduced incorrectly. The band had to correct the announcement.
Guitars and snare were a bit distant, so I rebalanced it in Izotope Rx8: Bass +8, Guitar +5, Snare +2

Recorded by: Radley Hirsch most likely
Transfer by Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
Rebalance in Izotope Rx8: Bass +8, Guitar +5, Snare +2

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Green River- Bremerton, Wa 7/10/87 xfer from unknown gen cassette live nakamichi dragon

The Skull post was supposed to be yesterday’s post, but youtube has been horrible in rendering videos into HD and 4k. I have had a 4k video in “processing HD version” status since Saturday night! This is today’s post.
Anyway, Eric McIntire gave me a box of stuff that had a bunch of Seattle stuff that seems uncirculated. Here’s the first- you’ll be getting these audio posts over the next week or so. Not the greatest quality, but you can still hear what’s going on.

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

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Headface- Club Can’t Tell, Sacramento Ca. 7/9/87

Headface opening for The Red Hot Chili Peppers on July 9, 1987 at Club Can’t Tell in Sacramento, CA

Jamie White – Bass, Vocals

Curtis Stone – Guitars and Such

Russell Partanen – Sax and sounds not of this earth

Jon Bryant – Vocals and whatnot

Doug Cuffman – Drums and bootybeats

1. Don’t Cry For Today

2. Future Restitution

3. Headface

4. Green Eggs & Ham

5. George

6. Suicide

7. You Can Be Free

8. Love Thy Neighbor

9. Super Bad

10. Drop In The City

11. Monkey Woman

12. I Feel Good

13. Purple Haze

14. Play That Funky Music

15. Funk Out

16. Sin City

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