NOFX- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 6/25/88 xfer from master soundboard cassette

Here’s another one from Gary Shurtleff’s collection. Gary was one of the guys who would tape off the board occasionally at Gilman. He was very active in 1988. This may be one of the first soundboard recordings of the band- I don’t see any others on YT.

Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff
Sound Engineer: Radley Hirsch
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon- Audiophile 2496 card- sony soundforge

Audio Live Concert

Accused- Downtown Rehearsal Studio, Sacramento Ca. 6/25/88 Enhanced xfer from 8mm master tape

Big thanks go out to Jim McLain for showing me how to brighten and remove noise/snow from my old videos. Sure, this one looks like crappy security camera footage now, but you should have seen it before! And after brightening and before noise reduction, it looked like the band was playing in a blizzard. So, this is the best that this one will get.

My most salient memory of the night was that I blew up my nice car on the way to the show and missed IGD’s set. Blew a head gasket. Then, someone took me in the back of their truck to get gas, because I was an idiot and did not know what was wrong with the car. We were in the back of the truck and this guy was going WAY too fast on a freeway cloverleaf. He had rolled the truck before, so I asked him to slow down. “I know exactly how much the truck can take before it rolls”. Happy to live through that one.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Aiwa CV-80 with stock mic
Enhanced by Shayne Stacy using Adobe Premiere elements/Neat Video

Live Concert Video

Surrogate Brains- Downtown Rehearsal Studios, Sacramento 6/24/88 Brightened version

The first video camera I bought was an Aiwa VP-88 back in 1988. I bought it on clearance at Montgomery Ward, and since I was clueless, I thought that all cameras operated basically the same way. The VP-88 had TERRIBLE low light sensitivity, which is why so many of my videos are very dark. This show only had 1 light bulb for lighting, so it was impossible to see. Jim McLain worked some magic (seriously MAGIC- HOW does he do this??) and you can now actually watch this video, rather than a black blob! Thank you Jim!!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Aiwa VP-88

Edited/Remixed By:

Additional help by: Jim McLain

Live Concert Video

Dead Jacksons- Gilman St. Project, Berkeley Ca. 6/24/88 Multicam unreleased flipside video!

This one is for Mike Meals, he was in the band. Huge thanks to Radley Hirsch (gilman’s original soundman) for loaning me this tape recently. This was a flipside multicamera shoot for a gilman “rock against racism” benefit which featured MDC, Operation Ivy, and many more. They never released it- I don’t know why.

Recorded by: Radley Hirsch


Live Concert Video

7 Seconds- Danceteria, Sacramento Ca. 6/23/88 xfer from master tape!

So I had my camera for about a month and a half when 7 seconds played a hometown show. They have been one of my favorite bands for over 30 years, so it was a thrill when they have the OK to video. This is a great show, and surprisingly well-lit for the ancient camera. Filmed with an Aiwa CV-80 and stock mic (sorry for the audio quality). Look for yourselves in the front row, all you middle aged punks! This is one of the few Clear & Distinct shows I filmed. Thanks Stuart Katz!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80

Additional help by: Stuart Katz

Live Concert Video