Peace Test- The Place, Davis Ca. 5/27/88 LIVE Enhanced xfer from 8mm master! w/Steve Von Till Neurosis

Here is Steve Von Till’s pre-Neurosis band Peace Test. The lighting at the place is not existent, but I did everything I could to enhance it to make it watchable.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80 & Sony ECM909 mic
Post Production by Shayne: Adobe Premiere Elements 2018 & Neat Video Noise Reduction to brighten/contrast and denoise.

 

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Stikky- The Place, Davis Ca. 5/27/88 LIVE Enhanced Xfer from 8mm Master

Here is one of my Stikky videos- this one is from The Place in Davis. Man, that place had no lighting which made things difficult. I fixed this one with the new software, but it is still not too good. Better than before.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80 & Sony ECM909 mic
Post Production by Shayne: Adobe Premiere Elements 2018 & Neat Video Noise Reduction to brighten/contrast and denoise.

 

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Identity Crysis- Rehearsal, Roseville Ca. 5/7/88 Mystic Records

OK, everyone is asking for old local stuff. I bought my first video camera on 5/6/88. I went straight to Gilman to film Operation Ivy and my battery died. The next day, the guys in Identity Crysis invited me over to their rehearsal space to video. They were based in roseville, and had a 7″ single on Mystic Records back around this time frame. Oh, also, since I had a new camera, I was video taping everything in sight.. so at the beginning you will get to see my mom’s old cat Molly (she was a jerk) and my mom briefly with her fabulous 80s hair. Enjoy.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

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Operation Ivy- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 5/6/88 xfer from soundboard cassette master Audio Only

OK, I am stretching the rules of the Sac Music Archive a bit. I did not tape this, it is not a sacramento based band, but there is a story behind it…

There are a couple of events that really motivated me to save for 5 MONTHS (working for $6 an hour) to buy a video camera. One was borrowing a rented video camera from Attitude to film RKL at Gilman on 1/16/88. The other one was seeing Operation Ivy and Isocracy on new years 1988(12/31/87). Op ivy instantly became my favorite band.

So on a Friday, I get off work with my $650 and go to Montgomery Ward to buy a video camera. The sales guy tells me that the Aiwa that I picked out can film for “about 2 hours” on a battery pack. So I charge the battery and shoot down to Gilman to film Op Ivy’s return show, from their US tour in Mar-Apr 1988.
I film one of the opening bands- Neighborhood Watch, then I turn on my camera to film op ivy. The battery is dead. I plug my camera in from the back of the venue and did not like filming from back there, so I shut it off. So, no video of this show but here is a nice sbd. This is probably a better quality version than the bootlegs that surfaced of this show.
Lineage: Radley Hirsch’s Hifi VHS master-“Anonymous” cassette, xfer with Nakamichi Dragon.

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