Fifteen- Emo’s, Austin Tx. 11/16/93 xfer from unknown gen VHS tape Live east bay punk

It looks like I have 3 more shows to post from the stuff I digitized for the Turn it Around doc. I sent a lot more, but I think the rest are probably on youtube already. There are still hundreds more audio & video shows to be digitized, so stay tuned…
It looks like the first 4 songs of the show are already posted to YT, this one is 6min longer. Shaky camerawork, grab the dramamine.

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

Live Concert Video

Spitboy- 924 Gilman, Berkeley Ca 11/13/93 xfer from master soundboard cassette rebalanced

Since I screwed up the Fanny post today (the corrected version will be posted tomorrow), here is a nice consolation prize- Spitboy from Gilman, from Radley’s awesome trove of soundboard master tapes. Radley always comes through in a pinch. The mix moves around a bit, but I rebalanced it to a point where I think it sounds pretty nice.

Recorded and transfer by Radley Hirsch
Rebalance in Izotope Rx8 by Shayne (Bass +4, Drums +3, Guitar +2)

Audio Live Concert

Uncle Tupelo- Slim's, San Francisco Ca. 11/11/93 Audio Only xfer from DAT Master Soundboard

I had 2 of my best concert experiences ever at Slim’s. One was the Donner Party video I posted the other day– so excited to see them, and knowing it was their one and only reunion show made it even more exciting.
The other one was this show. At this point, I had followed Uncle Tupelo for a week of shows through the midwest, for a run of shows in February of 2013 in california, and then this run in California. They would never let me plug into the soundboard. Luckily, Jake Roberts (early UT collector) secured permission ahead of time as part of a KZSU Stanford deal, so I was able to plug in as well.
The mix is excellent- no izotope required for this one. The soundman made a huge mistake and left the house music on during the first song of the set! I don’t think I ever saw that happen before or since.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony TCDD3
Xfer via Sony PCMR500/M-Audio audiophile 2496 card.

Audio Live Concert

Filibuster and Dutch Falconi Orchestra- Crest Theater, Sacramento 11/2/93

Filibuster opening for Dutch Falconi and his Twisted Orchestra at the Crest Theater November 2 1993
Filibuster line up: Jason Boggs(Chinbone)-Vocals and Saxophone, Kenny Beasley(Papa Scully)-Vocals, Tony Perez(TNP)-Vocals, Bill Econome-Lead Guitar, Alicia Cummins-Keyboards, Jeff Evans-Drums, Marcus Funccini-Trombone, Scott Prawalsky-Trumpet, (King)George Eilhardt-trumpet, Rick Edwards-trumpet, Jon Bickley-Bass, Mike Fish-rhythm guitar. *Dutch Falconi segment of the show gets cut off

Live Concert Video