Savage Republic- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 9/11/88 xfer from master Soundboard Cassette Neurot IPR

I am going to try something new from here on out, since FB’s algorithm throttles the sharing of links. I plan to share a pic, with a link to the audio or video in comments below the post. Let me know if this works for you.
I am also cutting back over to the audio during the week, video on the weekends posts. Enjoy!
Today’s post is taken from Gilman’s last show before Tim Yo closed the doors and declared the experiment a failure, back in 1988. I am super thankful that some folks worked together to reopen the place and make it the longest-running DIY venue in the US.

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

Audio Live Concert

Verbal Abuse- Covered Wagon Saloon, San Francisco 9/11/88 xfer from 1st gen VHS Live Enhanced

I did what I could with this video, but it was SUPER dark to begin with. We were so spolied in northern california- in the late 80’s, Verbal Abuse would open up SO MANY clear and distinct shows and they were constantly playing SF… it got to the point where we took them for granted since they played so much. Along with that, I was a bigger fan of the early hardcore version of the band at the time. Now that the original lineup is back together, I wish I could see the Scotty fronted version again!
From Gary Shurtleff’s VHS archive (youtube channel fromthenosebleeds)

Recorded by: The drummer from M.A.R. I think
Equipment used: JVC HRS8900U and canopus ADVC300
Enhanced (brightness/contrast/exposure/noise reduction) via adobe premiere and neat video

Live Concert Video

Doughboys- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 9/2/88 Xfer from 1st gen cassette soundboard Audio Only

The Doughboys were one of those bands who should have been bigger than they were. They eventually signed at a major label in 1992, then broke up in 1996.
This was another “hard” mix, meaning that guitar was in one channel and bass/drums/vocals were in the other. I remixed it to boost the bass/vocal track a bit and then did a reverse pan to make it sound a little more normal. Hope you like it. Mix finally settles down about 10 minutes in.

Recorded by: Radley Hirsch
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon/Audiophile 2496 card
From Anonymous’ collection.

Audio Live Concert