Pantera- Sacramento Memorial Auditorium 11/17/97 xfer from 8mm master enhanced fromthenosebleeds

Here is another one I transferred for Gary ( @fromthenosebleeds on youtube). It looks like he has a 3 camera mix of this up on his channel, but this one is his master that I cleaned up with Neat video. SO, take your pick- head over there for a 3 cam or stick around for this one in better quality.

Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV340 firewire into workstation
Degrain in Adobe premiere elements/neat video

Live Concert Video

Deftones- Press Club, Sacramento Ca 11/09/97

Filmed by Walker Edmondson

The Press Club
Sacramento, CA
September 11, 1997
“Around the Fur” North American promotional tour

00:05:00 – Soundcheck
00:06:20 – My Own Summer (Shove It) [soundcheck]
00:14:03 – Lotion [live debut of the studio version]
00:18:20 – My Own Summer (Shove It) [live debut]
00:22:34 – Root
00:26:15 – Nosebleed
00:31:05 – Bored
00:35:44 – Dai the Flu [live debut of the studio version]
00:41:10 – Headup [live debut]
00:45:05 – Fireal
00:52:55 – Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away) [live debut]
00:58:05 – Tired of Sex [Weezer cover]
00:59:37 – Engine No. 9
01:04:38 – 7 Words [with Ice Cube’s “Wicked” tease]

Live Concert Video

Tanya Donnelly- El Dorado Saloon, Sacramento Ca 11/8/97 xfer from DAT Soundboard Master Belly

I was in the chest o’ DATs last week and this wasn’t what I was looking for, but it caught my eye.
This show is such a funny memory to me- I have been friends with Brian McKenna for 33 years now, and he would always vouch for me when I would talk to the band for taping permission. This time, we kinda steamrolled the poor sound guy. The soundman was all “I don’t know if I should do this” and Brian told him not to worry about it, it will be fine… and we plugged in. See? 25 years later and it was fine.
Tanya’s vocals are so dry in this mix. You usually get some reverb but not on this one. The snare was super high in the raw mix, so I compensated by boosting guitar/bass/vocal and dropping the snare a tiny bit. If you try to drop an instrument more than 1-2db in Izotope, it sounds weird to me.
Anyway, great show from an era that doesn’t seem to have much documentation. There are a grand total of 0 full band Tanya shows from 1997 on the internets.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Recording Equipment: Sony TCD-D7
Transfer Equipment: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
Rebalance in Izotope: Vocal +2db, Bass +3db, Drums -1db, Guitar +5db

Audio Live Concert

Barbara Manning- Jugendkulturzentrum Waschtag, Aschaffenburg Germany 11/8/97 xfer from DAT Clone

Holy crap, that is one long venue name. Just FYI, I decided to unlist all of my Youtube videos until the copyright bot heat is off me. You can still access videos from I got this in trade- I think the taper is Andreas Claus. Barbara was in Germany A LOT in the late 90s, since her bandmates were there. I never knew there were so many places to play in germany until I saw some of those tour itineraries.

Recorded by: Andreas Claus (I think)
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Live Concert

Geraldine Fibbers- TV Munich, Germany 11/6/97 xfer from record company promo VHS master tape

Wow. I snagged this off of Ebay quite a while back and finally got around to digitizing and, it is fantastic! California Tuffy, an interview and Trashman and furs. It sounds so great that it almost seems like it is a lip synch, but I don’t think the studio versions of these songs are this intense. Damn, I wish there was a full set of this.

Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipmnent used: JVC HRS9800 and Canopus ADVC300

Audio De-hum in Izotope RX7

Live Performance Video

The Teds- Bean Sprout Studio Demo/Rehearsal Session 11/97 xfer from Band’s DAT master Beatles

Here’s a cool Sacramento band that I didn’t know existed until Jay Knox handed me the DAT of an unreleased studio session last month.
From Jay: “The Teds were formed in 96/97 after watching Backbeat. We decided to play the covers the Beatles covered more or less and not play their songs.”
Chris Tessier: Lead Vox, guitar, Lennon voice
Dale Patterson: Lead Vox, Drums, McCartney voice
Brad MacBride: Bass, distracted by pinball machines
Jay Knox: Lead guitar, backing Vox

Recorded/engineered by: Todd
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi PCM-R500 and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

Audio Demo Live Performance