Bozo Knows Jones- She’s A Lady/ It’s Not Unusual- Old Ironsides, Sacramento CA 10/31/92

Intro with ‘The Story Behind The Legend’ Live at Old Ironsides, Halloween 1992. Vocals – Bozo (John Hall), Bass – Schecko (Danny Grady), Accordion, Sax, Flute – Spiro (Chris Hall), Drums – Blotto The Dead Clown (Jimmy Bourbeau), Guitar – Julio (Mike Farrell), Organ – Kinko (Paul Wells)
 Recorded by: Jim McLain
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Schlong- Dave King’s Basement, Appleton Wi 10/18/92 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape East Bay Punk Live

Since everyone seemed happy to see the Schlong post yesterday, here is some more Schlong. This one was filmed at a basement show. I feel for the filmer- there is no good place to film, so he/she had to film around people. Not bad considering the circumstances. People in the front sit down after about 10-15min which helps with the view. This is another one that was digitized for the Turn it Around documentary, years ago.
More goodness from Jason Ross’ collection
PS: Check about 20min into the show- that guy filming had a SMALL camera for the time. My Aiwa CV-88 was about twice as big. Imagine lugging that to a show.

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9911U and Canopus ADVC300

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Vomit Launch- Cattle Club, Sacramento Ca. 10/16/92 xfer from Hi8 Master w/DAT Soundboard Audio!

 

I moved to L.A. in August of 1992, but happened to be back in Sacramento to visit family for this show.. and I happened to catch Vomit Launch at Cattle. This was the last time I got to see them, and it was the 2nd to last show I filmed at Cattle.

Recorded By: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Sony TR-81 camcorder & TCD-D3 DAT

Edited/Remixed By: Sam Habash

 

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Meat Puppets- McCabes Guitar Shop, Santa Monica Ca. 10/3/92 Xfer from DAT Soundboard Master

There was a window of about 10 months between moving to L.A. in 8/92 and my first child being born. I went to a lot of shows in that time- Midwest to see Uncle Tupelo 5 times, Uncle Tupelo again in Socal in Feb of 93, and a ton of local shows. I think this was the first time I went to McCabes. Davo (MP Soundman) did a great job with the mix- the room is small and they were a bit loud if I remember correctly.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Audio Live Concert

Meat Puppets- McCabes Guitar Shop, Santa Monica 10/3/92 Early xfer from Hi8 Video w/Enhance Sbd

Man, this was a lot of work to prepare but totally worth it. I am really happy with the end result. I should have boosted the audio a little more, otherwise all good.
btw, there are at least 20 (and maybe up to 100) OLD 1988-2000ish videos where I can give the same treatment (enhance video, remix audio, synch new audio track to video)
I had moved down to L.A. (Whittier) about 2 months before this. This was the first time I was at Mccabes I think.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Video equipment: Sony TR-81 Hi8 camera w/Hi8 ME tape
Audio Equipment: Sony TCD-D3 DAT through soundboard
Video enhancement: Denoise only using Adobe premiere & Neat Video
Audio enhancement: Izotope (drop vocal & drums, boost guitar & bass
Audio/video synch w/Pluraleyes

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