Poster Children- Troubadour, N. Hollywood Ca 10/28/94 DAT Master Clone Live Indie Alternative Rock

This was a funny one- I went to the venue with Kevin Haynes and tried to get soundboard access. I thought ML was managing the band and would be cool with it (he always was), but we didn’t see him and the venue shut us down before we got started. Haha, oh well. After hearing other board tapes from the Troub and knowing how loud the Poster Children played, the audience tape was probably a better option anyway.

Recorded by: Kevin Haynes
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D7 and Sony ECM939(I think)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Transfer Equipment used: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert

Violence in Bloom- SoundWave, Rancho Cordova Ca. 10/28/94

Since I am working on a project for Gilman’s fundraising board for the next couple days, you get BONUS VIDEOS… but nothing new from me.

The first one is from a club I never knew existed- I lived in L.A. at the time. This building is still there and is now Taiko Sushi over on Folsom Blvd, between Hazel and Sunrise.

Expect a Cattle Club bonus video tomorrow!

Filmed by: ? (courtesy of Michael Russi)

Live Concert Video

The Spinanes- Fuzzyland, Mr. T’s Bowl, Highland Park Ca 10/21/94 Xfer from DAT Clone of Master

TLDR version: This improves at 10min. Forward to 10min if you are not a hardcore fan.
I finally got the studio a little more organized over the holidays- I had DVDs of audio and video that I needed to do, all mixed together. Also mixed into the mess was stuff I had already done. So, now there are spindles for upcoming audio and upcoming video. Feels better to be organized and it makes it really fast and easy to get stuff posted.
Anyway, here is another show taped by the MIA Kevin Haynes. He taped a lot of indie stuff in L.A. and was one of my good friends when I lived there. Where the heck is he now…

Recorded by: Kevin Haynes
Equipment: Sony TCD-D7 and Sony ECM737 mic (I think)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony PCM-R500

Audio Live Concert

Shonen Knife- “In USA” Japanese TV Documentary 10/12/94 xfer from master VHS Tape Live Interview

Here’s the last post from Japanese TV- an hour-long special documenting Shonen Knife’s tour of America in 1994. A lot of it is in Japanese, but there are some cool behind the scenes clips of TV appearances and stuff. Good for people who know Japanese and who like the song Tomatohead, because you’re gonna hear it about 100 times.
Saki taped this off of TV and sent me the master.

Recorded by: Sakiko Honma
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: JVS HRS9800 and Canopus ADVC300

Live Performance Video

Sebadoh- KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic, Santa Monica Ca. 10/7/94 xfer from DAT clone of master

Here’s another great recording from Kevin Haynes’ unsurfaced collection of recordings. He was a good friend back then- he and Todd Nakamine were my closest friends during my 3 years in Whittier. I hope he is doing well.
I was planning on posting a multicamera video but we found an issue with it so we had to scrap and re-do. I just happened to find this on my hard drive- I digitized it 2 years ago. Lou has some great one-liners in here. Full band in studio.

Recorded by: Kevin Haynes
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Performance

7 Seconds- Cattle Club, Sacramento Ca. 10/7/94 xfer from master tape

Here’s another Cattle Club gen from Marty Sertich.

Here is Kevin Seconds’ memory of the show:

“I knew there was video footage of a 7Secs Sacramento gig when we were going it as a 3-piece (mid-90s, in between guitarist Bobby being out and then coming back into the band) but had never seen it.”

Filmed by: Marty Sertich

Transfer by: Kirk Janowiak

 

Live Concert Video

The Go-Go’s: Rodney on the Roq, Los Angeles Ca. 10/2/94 Audio xfer from DAT Master

Back when I lived in L.A., I would sometimes check who was on some of the weekly KROQ shows. If it was someone interesting, I would fire up the DAT machine and record it. Looking back, I regret not recording every Rodney show + any loveline show with a musical guest. Oh well, hindsight is 20/20 and all…
For this show, The Go-Go’s had reunited in 2004 and were premiering their new single “the world has lost its head” for the upcoming(at the time) 2 disc retrospective “return to the valley of the go-go’s”. This is the entire show- interviews, call-ins, songs played and commercials! It is a time capsule of mid-90s KROQ.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy off radio
Equipment used: Sony DTC-690

Audio

Dick Dale- La Luna, Portland OR 10/1/94 xfer from master Videotape Live Surf Guitar Legend

I love it when youtube commenters come through. Someone confirmed that this show (with Galaxy Trio opening) was from the 1994 Dick Dale show at La Luna. Now we have an exact date. Thank you.
Here is another Craig Babb master recording- this one is shot from the crowd so you see some heads in the way and it loses focus on occasion, but it is still awesome. Features Dick’s post-show hang & endorsement of Galaxy Trio.

Recorded by: Craig Babb
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV320 firewire into workstation
Enhanced (degrain) in Adobe Premiere/Neat Video

Live Concert Video