Man, I have been waiting for this one to be posted for a while. Thanks to Marty & Kirk for making this full show available for the first time.
Recorded by: Marty Sertich
Transfer by: Kirk Janowiak
I don’t normally post stuff here that I did not film, but Tiger Trap was one of the local Sacramento bands from the ’90s that I did not get to see. They were active when I lived in L.A. from 92-95. Here is a good video of their set in St. Louis, courtesy of my good friend Jim Utz’ archive, Enjoy!
Recorded by: Jim Utz
Soul Motor, Groovie Ghoulies
Flyer scan by Ken Doose
So, about 22 weeks ago (I never claimed to be fast btw), a guy named Christopher Lee Schneberger commented on the sac music archive fb group, requesting that this show be digitized. I finally got it done and the rebalance turned out really nice. This is the only soundboard that I know about, from the “Out the Shizzy” tour. Nice mix of older and newer(at the time) material.
Recorded by: Andreas Claus (I think? One of my old German trading friends)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496
Rebalance in Izotope RX7 (Vocal +3, Bass +5, Drums +1, Guitar +2)
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 and sharing as lossless 24 bit/48kHz FLACs.
(same as 3:59 on Middle East Cambridge upstairs vid)
(same as 31:12 on the Middle East Cambridge downstairs vid)
unknown ‘one of our newest songs’
Words & Smiles
Alien Space Song
‘Take Me Away’
I Hate You
(same as song 15 on 1993-08-10 Slim’s)
Their penultimate SF show, they would only go on for a month or two more before calling it quits. Rose Melberg went onto play in Go! Sailor, The Softies, and her own acoustic projects. Heather continued on in music, but the other two seemed to have bee less active.
Several tracks remain unreleased, and others only have id’s based on Matt Hartman’s efforts in annotating the video performances.
This is a group that my friends loved back in the day and have passed this onto me, so hoping others also derive pleasure from hearing. Unfortunately, neither could make their final SF show in December 1993.
The Queers, Parasites, The Decibels, The Knockoffs
Flyer scan by Tom Hutchinson