Buzzcocks: I-Beam, San Francisco Ca. 11/27/89 xfer from cassette

Here is another Buzzcocks show from the archive, during their first trip out west after they reunited in 1989. So my notes on this one say “1st gen cassette, done with my deck”. I can’t remember who borrowed my equipment to record this show- was it you, Mark Martin?
Anyway, I remixed it and took the edge off the high end and boosted the hell out of the bass. It was thinner before, believe it or not.

Recorded by: ?
Equipment used: Sony WMD6C Pro Walkman, Sony ECM909 mic.

 

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Tantrum- Boardwalk, Sacramento Ca. 11/24/89 xfer from master tape!

Along with posting videos from cattcle club and posting videos of local bands, I have been trying to post old shows from as many local venues as possible. Here is Tamtrum, a metal band from the 80’s. Our friend Marissa was in the band. There she is playing bass. At the very beginning of this one, there is about a 1 minute clip of “horse-cow”, a multimedia project featuring Steve Vanoni.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

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Movie Stars- Cattle Club, Sacramento Ca. 11/19/89 xfer from master tape! Red Meat

This was the first time I saw The Movie Stars, and I became a huge fan right away. They were alt-country/bluegrass before it was popular again. Members: Jill Olson- Bass/vocals; Steve Cornell- Guitar/vocals; Michael Montalto- Guitar; Brad- Accordion. Many members of this band went on to form popular bay area Alt-country band Red Meat.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

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Alter Natives: Cattle Club, Sacramento Ca. 11/18/89 LIVE SST Records GWAR

So I looked on youtube and there are a grand total of ZERO Alter-Natives live full show videos. They may have been a bit obscure, but they were a great instrumental band out of Richmond Va. This band also had a guy named Chris Bopst, who went onto become Balsac from GWAR for a stretch. OK, enough Alter Natives trivia for today. Recorded by me with my Aiwa CV-80 and Sony ECM909 mic strapped to the top.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80, Sony ECM909

 

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