Pale Saints- Lunapark, Los Angeles Ca 11/23/94 xfer from clone of DAT master Live

Here is another one from the DAT transfer project- it just happened to be on top of the pile of stuff to do, so this gets posted today. The early 90s were a good time to be in L.A.- so many small clubs having shows, and many of them not publicized. I was usually able to catch most of the ones I wanted to see. The one that KILLED me for missing (it was a secret show) was Pirner and Murphy from Soul Asylum playing an acoustic set.
Anyway, here is another pretty nice audience recording from Kevin Haynes’ collection of masters. This one is not on YT and appears to be uncirculated.

Recorded by: Kevin Haynes
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D7 and ECM909 mic (I think)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
EQ in Sony Soundforge

Audio Live Concert

7 Seconds- Capitol Bar, Omaha Ne 11/21/94 xfer from 2nd gen VHS tape Punk Hardcore

I think I mentioned this before- back in the 90s, there were certain towns/cities where you could bank on a person consistently filming good stuff. Omaha was one of them. I never traded directly with the person who filmed these, but I usually snagged a 2nd gen copy from someone who did.
Interesting note about this show- this is a rare (to me) 3 piece setup, with Kevin playing guitar and singing. Kev, did you guys do a full tour like this? I never knew, and wikipedia is no help.
It’s cool to hear out the shizzy songs played live.

Recorded by: That omaha video guy
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9811U and Canopus ADVC300

Live Concert Video

Teenage Fanclub- Rodney on the Roq, KROQ FM, Pasadena 11/13/94 xfer DAT Master Brian Wilson Live Int

Wow, this is really cool. I thought that I had posted this one but I couldn’t find it on YT. I really wish that I was able to stay up late every Sunday to tape ROTR, but I had a job. And a 1 hour commute. And a 1 year old.
1st 20min-plus is interview, then 2 acoustic songs like in studio… including Brian Wilson’s “Love and Mercy” performed by the band for the first time.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony DTC-690
Transfer equipment: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Performance

Small Factory- Jabberjaw, Los Angeles Ca 11/8/94 xfer from DAT Audience Master Clone Indie Rock

Wow, I checked YT and there is pretty close to no Small Factory uploaded. Not sure if anyone cares but here you go. A nice sounding audience tape from the infamous Jabberjaw club in one of the worst parts of L.A. This place and Hell’s Gate in Hollywood made my rear end pucker whenever I went.

Recorded by: Kevin Haynes
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D7 and Sony ECM939 mic (I think)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony PCM-R 500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert

The Fastbacks- The Casbah, San Diego Ca. 11/5/94 xfer from 8mm Master w/DAT Audio LIVE

Man, I can’t believe that I have not posted this yet. I have been a big Fastbacks fan since the late 80s, so I drove from my home in Whittier to San Diego to see them at the Casbah. It was a great show, but the audio on the video is terrible. I have a DAT audience recording that’s way better than this. Hopefully one day we will be able to put them together.
UPDATE: Thanks to Derek Purtell, who answered my plea for an audio/video synch! Nice job, and the internet is awesome.
Filmed with a Sony TR81 camera onto Hi8 metal evaporative tape.

 

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Sony TR81 camera

Live Concert Video

Sicko- The Fallout Shelter, Reno, NV 11/5/94

Man, this is great. We are really getting a lot of people contributing to the archive now. Kirk is now transferring Marty’s masters, I am doing Ken and Cory’s 8mm masters, and people are asking for some of my ancient audiotapes. Good times.

Here’s another one that Marty filmed from 1994. I am really appreciative of these ones, since I lived in L.A. at the time.

Recorded by: Martin Sertich

Transfer by: Kirk Janowiak

 

Live Concert Video