Uncle Tupelo- Tonder Festival, Tonder Denmark. 8/27/93 xfer from band archive tape

Here is another really cool show from the UT archive. The soundboard mix starts off a bit shaky, but fills out nicely.

Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down/ Grindstone/ True to Life/ Chickamagua/ Watch Me Fall/ Give Back the Key to My Heart/ Anodyne/ The Long Cut/ Slate/ Atomic Power/ New Madrid/ Sandusky/ No Depression/ Acuff-Rose/ Steal the Crumbs/ Fifteen Keys/ We’ve Been Had/ Willin’

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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Meat Loaf- KROQ Lovelines, Pasadena Ca 8/23/93 xfer from Master FM cassette Nakamichi 670ZX

Man, today has been a terrible day for losing people. I’d rather remember Terry Tolkin (Elektra A&R and all around great guy) or Lyman Sheats (He probably programmed your favorite pinball game) but alas, I have no content to share from them. Instead, I guess the post from today will be Meat Loaf. I don’t know why I used cassette to record this- the DAT machine must have been in the shop. I also taped Fishbone Lovelines on cassette around the same time, so this must have been the reason.
Also, this is the maiden voyage of a new cassette deck- the Nakamichi 670ZX. I was gifted this deck(!)- thanks Carlos. When I play tapes that are a bit flawed, the Dragon auto-adjustment freaks out a bit and they sound muffled. This deck is actually better for those tapes. You will hear a little wow/flutter at the beginning of the tape but it recovers quickly.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Aiwa home cassette deck
Transfer Equipment: Nakamichi 670ZX and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card


Jawbreaker- McGregors, Elmhurst Il 8/23/93 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape Live East Bay Punk

I was finally organizing about 500 discs on random spindles into some semblance of order, and I came across these. I digitizied a ton of stuff for Corbett and the East Bay Punk documentary, and I kept the raw files for these ones. These come from Jason Ross’ collection of great tapes that he sent me a few years back.
This tape (as with most mcgregor’s tapes) is super overexposed. Now that I know how to adjust it with the Canopus, I will need to re-transfer this sometime in the future.
I’ll be posting east bay punk/gilman/lookout related artists all week!

Recorded by: Bob or Mike Byrne
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9911U and Canopus ADVC300

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Deborah Harry- KROQ Loveline Show 8/19/93 xfer from FM Master DAT Blondie Dr. Drew Poorman

For the uninitiated, Loveline was a show that ran 5 nights a week where listeners would call in with love problems, medical problems, etc and ask for advice. They would have special guest stars in the studio at times to give advice. I am still kicking myself for not recording every single one of these, but money and time were tight back then.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony DTC-690 and Recoton amplified antenna

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The Fastbacks- Blind Pig, Ann Arbor Mi. 8/11/93 xfer from 2nd gen audio cassette Live

The Fastbacks are one of my all-time favorites and a band that I feel doesn’t get nearly the love they deserve. Here is a show from the legendary Blind Pig in Ann Arbor Mi.
The recording is clear but it was lacking in low end. I had to boost the hell out of the lows, and drop the mids and highs to get this result. Just imagine what it sounded like before! Yikes!!

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon/Audiophile 2496 card

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Tiger Trap- Slim’s, San Francisco CA, 8/10/93, Full Set

Recorded by: Tomzero, using Sonic Studios DSM-6 mics into a Sony WM-D6.

Transferred by: Tomzero, using his Nakamichi 682ZX, I’ve merely tracksplit, performed some slight edited, and presented this as lossless 24 bit/48kHz FLACs.


Don’t Ask
Carrie’s Song
Tore A Hole
You’re Sleeping
Baby Blue
(same as 31:12 on this Middle East Cambridge video)
Sour Grass
For Sure
Words & Smiles
Puzzle Pieces
I Hate You
? (same as song 15 on this August 10th Slim’s recording)
Supreme Nothing

A few songs on here that merit IDs…but don’t think have been released… enjoy! I’ll flesh this out with whatever observations Tom has about this particular show, don’t think Mike went with him for this.


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Moist- Cattle Club, Sacramento Ca 8/1/93 Mark Murray Master Sacramento Punk

OK, everyone who responded to my facebook post wants more local bands. I encourage you to check out Jim Mclain’s youtube channel- he has been documenting MORE local stuff than I have since about 2000. This video comes courtesy of Mark Murray- thanks Mark for digging this out of the garage and transferring it for everyone to see! Here’s Moist at Cattle in 1993!

Recorded by: Mark Murray


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Pivot- Cattle Club, Sacramento Ca August 1993 Audio Only Soundboard xfer from Master Tape Punk

Here is one that I digitized for Barry Mills Prickett a while back and forgot to post. The tape starts with very low vocals and bass, and then the mix improves at the end. You will hear the mix change a bit at about 35:00ish, since I used Izotope to mix it 2 different ways. Great show, and it’s a pretty good mix for Cattle.

Recorded by: Barry Mills Prickett
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon, M-Audio Audiophile 2496
Rebalance in Izotope RX7

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