NOMEANSNO- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 3/31/91 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape Live

A portion of the NOMEANSNO set was added to the end of that Victims Family VHS tape, so here it is. It is only 5 minutes long. THIS is another reason why I should have saved everyone’s contact info, or at least their names. Who knows where these tapes ended up, or if the full show survived somewhere.

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9800U with Canopus ADVC300

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Victims Family- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 3/31/91 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape Live

I was digitizing this VHS tape for another show which will be uploaded soon, an I found this REALLY GREAT VF show on it. Since this took place on Sunday and the stage is so well lit, I would have to assume that this was a matinee. Great, well-lit crowd shots and the crowd was into it!
Man, I wish I remembered who filmed this show. I threw out all of my contact info in a huge purge about 15 years ago. I remember many of my traders who have become life long friends, but there were a LOT of “one and done” type of trades. I wish I remembered them so I could give them credit and see if they taped anything else. Oh well.

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9800U w/TBC on / Canopus ADVC300.

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Thin White Rope- Burro Room, Chico Ca. 3/22/91 Part 1

Man, what a night this was. The Burro Room was a legendary venue- the Room was a standard venue- long and narrow. Next door was Juanita’s Burritos- they had cheap burritos and was one of the first places in the nation to have Sierra Nevada on tap. So we would drive up there, have a couple of pitchers and a burrito and wait for the show. This show was one of the best (and longest) I ever saw of TWR. I found a great little perch above the door between the 2 venues thatwas not only great for a tripod, but also sounded excellent because it was close to the PA. Recorded with the old Aiwa CV80 camcorder with a Sony ECM-909 mic velcro’d to the top. Enjoy! PS: Guy is in a beautiful polka dot dress for the show.

This is part 1 only- you can find the rest of the show on Youtube

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Aiwa CV80, Sony ECM-909

 

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Uncle Tupelo- Mississippi Nights, St. Louis Mo 3/20/91 xfer from Band Archive cassette

This show isn’t quite as pristine quality as the other UT archive stuff I have been posting, but this is a very special show- it was UT’s first time headlining mississippi nights, which was a big deal. They were returning from an east coast tour, so this was a homecoming show.
They pulled out a bunch of gems in this set, including FreakScene (dino jr), Cortez (neil young), She’s About a Mover, I drink stag, and many more. What a celebration.

Setlist courtesy of factorybelt.net:
Postcard/ Flatness/ Punch Drunk/ No Depression/ D.Boon/ Nothing/ Outdone/ Train/ True To Life/ Gun/ Life Worth Livin’/ Screen Door/ Discarded/ Whiskey Bottle/ Freak Scene/ Graveyard Shift/ That Year/ Left in the Dark/ Before I Break/ There Was A Time/ No Matter What/ John Hardy/ Cortez the Killer (w/ Brian Henneman)/ Atomic Power/ Factory Belt/ Sin City/ Little Guitars/ Streets of Bakersfield/ She’s About a Mover (w/ Brian Henneman)/ I Drink Stag (w/ Brian Henneman)

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

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Naked Raygun- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca. 3/17/91 xfer from 1st gen VHS w/Enhanced Master Soundboard

I had meant to get this ready when Pierre’s gofundme started (to draw more people to it) but I kept getting sidetracked. R.I.P. Pierre.
This was the second time I ever saw NR, and it was once again at Gilman. I did not bring my video camera since I thought Karen Bemis would not give permission… but she was not with them and the band was totally fine with it. I was lucky enough to see them a few days later at Kennel Club and got that one on video. I audio taped this one through the soundboard with one of my pro decks- either the Sony WMD6C or the Marantz PMD430…. and it was a great mix.

Lots of covers for the encore, including a Johnny Cash song

Recorded by: I can’t remember and Shayne Stacy
Equipment used” Camcorder (video) and Sony WMD6C or the Marantz PMD430 (soundboard)
Rebalance (boost bass) by Shayne
Audio/Video synch by King Bean

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Anthrax- Arco Arena, Sacramento Ca. 3/14/91 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape LIVE fromthenosebleeds

Man, today was intense at work, hence the late post. Here is one from Gary Shurtleff’s vast collection of videos– for some reason, I have a 1st gen VHS in his VHS collection, but he shot the master. Maybe it was a safety copy. Anyway, here they are opening for Iron Maiden. Really nice looking video and gary does a nice job on the arena vids with that zoom lens.

Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS8911U and Canopus ADVC300

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Mr. Bungle- Phoenix Theater, Petaluma Ca. 3/1/91 xfer from band VHS tape Mike Patton

Here’s an exciting one- an uncirculated Mr. Bungle video from that same 3/1/91 show as my other posts! This is before the release of the 1st album, so you get a mix of album tracks and stuff from their demos. I prefer the demos, but I’m sure most of you will like it all.
From the collection of Eddie Jorgensen- drummer for opening band Chomphard

Recorded by:?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9800 w/TBC on, Canopus ADVC300

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