January 27, 1990 at the Cattle Club. Video courtesy of Jerry Perry.
Recorded by: Jerry Perry
Here’s another video from the old “going through lists and figuring out what’s uncirculated” project. This one comes from Jim Utz’ collection that he sent to be to be digitized a few years back. His friend (I CANNOT remember his name- same guy who filmed Nirvana at Bogarts) filmed a few shows after he moved to L.A. from the midwest and sent copies to Jim.
Side note- Universal Music told me that my video from Cattle Club was going to be used in the Nirvana “with the lights out” box set, then they asked for the contact person who had this video, so I helped them get in touch… I didn’t know that they were contacting him to use his video in place of mine in the box set. haha, oh well. Michael Meisel made sure I still got paid and they made my name in credits and easter egg as a result. That was nice of him.
Recorded by: Rob Thompson
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9811U and Canopus ADVC300
Hi, here is my master video of Monks of Doom from Kennel in 1990. This was a crazy night. I caught a ride from promoter Brian McKenna’s brother and they ended up going to a park after the show to hang out and I did not get home until 5am. Work the next day was awesome. Anyway, I have always loved the earlier Monks stuff the most so this one gets upped first, for Mr. Joe Burns.
This is part 1, you can search the title on youtube to see the rest of the show.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV80 8mm camcorder & Sony ECM-909 mic.
Thanks to Jerry Perry and Shayne Stacy for making their footage available for this project. Transferred from the master tapes.
Mr. Knowitall / 0:00:40
To Defy The Laws Of Tradition / 0:04:32
Too Many Puppies / 0:11:52
Harold Of The Rocks / 0:16:23
Groundhog’s Day / 0:24:22
Toys Go Winding Down / 0:29:25
The Heckler / 0:34:50
Spaghetti Western / 0:38:44
Frizzle Fry / 0:44:38
John The Fisherman / 0:50:50
Pudding Time / 0:56:45
Tommy The Cat / 1:02:20
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy and Jerry Perry
Here’s a fun one- I got these from former band manager Marc Malakie last year. We had talked about making them a free download for the Jerry Perry benefit, but we ran out of time. I bought a reel to reel machine to transfer this (and future reels, and then had to get it refurbished for $400! So, enjoy this $550 transfer.
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Teac X-10R into Audiophile 2496 card.
and here is the post intended for today. This one took some detective work- the DAT was labeled vaguely and the old WJUL call letters were taken over by a classic rock station in Georgia.
This is a really good quality “live in the radio studio” session plus an interview that isn’t painful! Well done!
Tracklist courtesy of factorybelt.net
late ’90(?) – WJUL, Boston, MA
Postcard (beginning cut)/ Flatness/ True To Life/ D.Boon/ Graveyard Shift/ Life Worth Livin’/ That Year/ Outdone/ Whiskey Bottle/ Before I Break/ Nothing/ Factory Belt/ interview
Recorded by: Tony Margherita(?)
Transferred by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: 1994 DAT transfer- Playback with consumer Aiwa belt drive deck (big regret)- Sony DTC690 using monster audio cables.
Equipment used: 2019 DAT to WAV transfer: Sony PCM-R500 — Audiophile 2496 card — WAV
Transfer Lineage: Band Archive Tape – My DAT (90 meter DAT in 32khz- big regret) – You
Sometimes I get tapes that are not in the greatest condition, which is to be expected since a lot of them are 30 years old. But man, this tape was BEAT. Check out the pad on the bottom. I was not able to get the Nak dragon to play the entire thing. I had to fwd it a little to get it to play at all as the spools were seizing, and it stopped at about the 5min mark…. and then I cleaned my heads.
After Dark were a local band with Greg Johnson, Guy Jones (I think), and other guys whose name I forget.
I might try to do this one again with a cheaper tape deck- they usually play through anything.
PS: This one is DEFINITELY After Dark. I totally blew it yesterday and posted a glam-era Pantera demo as Panther. Haha, I am kinda proud to not know Pantera’s glam era. Sorry Jeff Gus Buss. I ended up deleting the post, as the demo was already on youtube. Duh.
From the collection of Mike Parisi
Transfer by Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon, M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card