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
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.
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
I debated whether to do the enhance/audio/video synch on this one, but the degrain worked so well I figured what the hell. The reason I waffled was because of the soundboard tape- this is the strangest board tape I have ever heard. The mix is all over the place, and about halfway through the set, the guitar gets so loud that it bleeds over everything else. I cut the audio from the show into 4 pieces so I could rebalance the mix differently when the mix changed. There is about a 10min spot where side “A” of my board tape ended and the tape flip didn’t happen (from 51:00 to 60:00ish). It sounds funny at times (especially in the 2nd half of the set, I really had to push the rebalance) but it was the best I could do. Huge thanks to Kingbean for synching all of the little pieces together.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy Video Equipment used: Aiwa CV-80 and Sony ECM-909 mic Audio Equipment used: Marantz PMD-430 through soundboard Video enhancements in Adobe Premiere/Neat Video Audio rebalance in Izotope rx7 Audio/Video synch by kingbean
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
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
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
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
Wow, I just checked youtube and there are NO complete shows of these guys posted. It’s a bonus that the place was packed and the crowd went totally wild for the band. In fact, I think the crowd was the most animated for DoE- even moreso than Mr. Bungle!
Recorded by: ? Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: JVC HRS9800, Canopus ADVC30