Sick of it All- The Story So Far Official VHS 2001 Lossless xfer enhanced NYHC

Here is the last one from Dwayne Triggs’ collection. I wasn’t planning on posting this one, but I checked and the only post of this is a low res 240p deal, so I figured I’d put up this better quality version. There are a few minutes of this trimmed out, as it was blocked by a copyright holder. This also has some extra stuff at the end that is not on the other post- looks like a bunch of video clips after the credits.

Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HR-S9900U — Datavideo TBC-1000 — Tevion USB capture — Virtualdub
Enhanced in Adobe Premiere Elements/Neat Video

Live Concert Video

7 seconds- Live in Japan 2001 Officially Released Home VHS Video Transfer from master tape hardcore

I usually shy away from posting officially released videos, but I am posting this one for 4 reasons:

  1. The tape is long out of print and rarely comes up for sale, even on Ebay
  2. 7 Seconds has obvious Sacramento connections
  3. This is a WAY better quality version than what is on youtube today. How could that one posted be so distorted? Yikes.
  4. It kicks ass. The band is in top form and the crowd is going nuts.

I realized that I have a bunch of stuff already xferred to DVD/BD that has never posted, so you are going to get a flurry of these over the next few weeks. Enjoy.

Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC JRS9811U and Canopus ADVC300

Live Concert Video

Low Flying Owls- Sparkling Jets Promo Video 2001? xfer from VHS Master Tape w/ JVC HRS9800 / Canopus

Low Flying Owls were local to Sacramento in the early 2000’s. I liked them, they were one of the best indie/psych bands in town. Then they moved to NYC and I lost track of them. This is a promo from their 1st release, “Take the Scenic Route” on Eddie’s The Americans are Coming label.
I think I see footage from Old Ironsides and The Crest’s lobby in there.

Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: JVC HRS9800 / Canopus ADVC300