Tiger Trap- Middle East, Cambridge MA, 6/22/93 Full Set


Recorded (videotaped) by: Jody Urbati-Moore

Shared by: the Billy Ruane live archive preservation

Hello, everyone. This is my first post to the Sacramento Music Archive.
Am going to start by helping out Shayne and filling in when I have something to share.

Matthew Hartman kindly provided the tracklist in a comment.

0:40 Hiding

2:57 Don’t Ask

5:05 Sour Grass

8:30 Carrie’s Song

10:33 Word and Smiles

13:06 Baby Blue

16:02 For Sure

21:40 I Hate You

24:50 Heather’s Song

27:58 Treasure

31:12 ???

34:30 You’re Sleeping

37:27 Chester

41:00 Eight Wheels

43:47 Puzzle Pieces

47:07 You and Me

50:04 ???

52:05 Supreme Nothing

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Richie Havens- Tower Records, Anaheim Ca. 6/5/93 xfer from DAT Master Live Acoustic

One nice thing about living in L.A. was the sheer volume of promotional appearances by artists. There were constant in-store performances and special showcases unavailable anywhere else. These usually took place in L.A./Hollywood during my working hours, so I missed out on just about all of them… but this was one in Anaheim (close to home) in the early evening.
Richie was in town as a promo for the Troubadours of folk fest at UCLA. I went to the fest and taped, but a lot of it wasn’t great. I do have 1st gen video to transfer one day. He played the instore solo acoustic with no P.A. I was obnoxiously up front in full view with a namamichi CM300 shotgun mic pointing at him. It sounds pretty good, but since there was no P.A., the crowd applause in between songs was so loud that it blew up the recording. I just went ahead and edited the between-song applause out for everyone’s comfort. Trust me, you don’t wanna hear it.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D3 DAT and Nakamichi CM-300 mic
Volume boost and crwd edits in Sony Soundforge 10

Audio Live Performance

Jawbreaker- St. Stephens Church Washington DC 6/5/93 xfer from low gen soundboard audio tape

I had a good part of the day yesterday to get through some music projects and I thought I was going to get SO MUCH done… then I started working things across my desk. I got the 45(!) download codes for LPs I bought all done, and 1 audio project that I had already thought was done. That’s it- I got through 8 inches of desk space, and there are about 50 more projects to go. Thanks for your patience.
All of you east bay punk and lookout records fans will be happy since the one project that I finished was all of Todd Pritchard’s requests that had been sitting here since December of 2019. Here’s the first- a nice Jawbreaker soundboard that I rebalanced in Izotope. It blows me away that this church was used as a punk venue for such big bands. We had a place in orangevale that did mostly local shows, but nothing along the size of Fugazi and Jawbreaker.
They get the mixed dialed a couple of minutes in.

Recorded by:?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: Nakaimichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
Guitar boost in Izotope rx.

Audio Live Concert

Belly- Selina’s, Coogee Bay Hotel, Sydney Australia 6/4/93 Live Audience Recording DAT Master Clone

Here’s another one that was requested to be digitized for a trade so I figured I would put it up here too. I am a fan of the band, and I somehow amassed 73 audio recordings of them, mostly from back when I was trading. This one appears to be uncirculated.

Recorded by: Dave Patterson
Equipment used: Portable DAT and I think sonic studios mics?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert

Tiger Trap- Niki D’s, Columbia SC 6/93 Full Set

Recorded by: Christopher Bickel on a Canon L1 with onboard mic.

Shared by: smashism

This show was drummer Heather’s Dunn’s 20th birthday. So that can help with more precisely dating this. I figure this was in June as they toured other US dates that month.

Matthew Hartman kindly provided the tracklist in a comment.

0:37 Sour Grass

4:24 Puzzle Pieces

7:21 Tore a Hole

9:45 Carrie’s Song

12:08 Hiding

14:30 Baby Blue

16:25 For Sure

19:40 Treasure (incomplete)

19:52 Chester (incomplete)

21:07 Words and Smiles

23:25 Treasure

26:13 Don’t Ask

28:30 You and Me

31:11 ???

35:00 Angie tells a gross joke (or two), mayhem ensues

37:00 Chester

40:50 I Hate You (Rose said, “I get to play Jazz…”)

As noted above, the video (of which this is likely the master or close to it, has cuts in “Treasure” and “Chester”.

Tiger Trap would play their last show at the Bottom Of The Hill in San Francisco on December 1993.

Tiger Trap, live at Niki D’s, probably a house show
Live Concert Uncategorized Video