Rush- Oakland Coliseum, Oakland Ca. 1/30/92 Audio Xfer from DAT Clone Soundboard

Others have given nice tributes about Neil Peart, I would not be adding anything new with my opinion.
I bought my first DAT recorder in June of 1991, plus I was recording my own shows on DAT– this put me in some good tape trading company- lots of deadheads who also had killer old tapes of other bands, and the upper echelon of tapers at the time. There were a bunch of shows like these being traded around- it was a lot of fun back then… until the bootleggers started go press up CD’s.

Amazing quality full show soundboard from Roll the Bones tour

Recorded by: ?

Transferred by: Shayne Stacy
EQUIPMENT USED: Sony PCMR500– Audiophile 2496

Audio Live Concert

Kevn Kinney, Peter Buck and Friends- 40 Watt Club, Athens Ga 1/9/92 DAT Master Clone R.E.M. Live

When I first got my DAT decks in 1991/1992, there were maybe 5 people I knew to trade DATs with- a guy in Bend, Or (Dick Bell) with all kinds of cool 60s stuff, a Neil Young DAT trader, the JEMS guys, and Chuck Erb. Chuck taped this one- he was based in Atlanta and he would get inside info about secret R.E.M. happenings. He taped the R.E.M. 40 Watt show from 1992 as well.
Kevn Kinney from Drivin and Cryin and Peter Buck from R.E.M. made an album together (Macdougal Blues) and toured the US for it in 1990. Here is a one-off local show with all kinds of guests.

Recorded by: Chuck Erb
Equipment used: Portable DAT and I think he had Audio technica mics
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert

Penelope Houston- Starry Plough, Berkeley Ca 1/4/92 DAT Audience master Nakamichi CM300

One of the downsides of having one of the early portable DAT machines was that they were plagued with issues. Sometimes the rechargeable battery packs would just conk out early in the middle of a set, and other times, the deck would just die completely and I would need to send it back to Sony for repair. This probably happened 5 times over the life of the TCD-D3. So, if you see gaps in DAT recordings from me, you know why.
Anyway, something happened here and I did not get the full set, which is a shame because this show sounds much better than the October 91 show I posted last week. Oh well, happy to have captured the 29 minutes here. Good stuff!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D3 and Nakamichi CM-300 mic
Transfer Equipment: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert