Happy Father’s Day! I was trying to come up with a good Dad band to post on Father’s day, and since I didn’t have any Wilco prepped, this will have to do. Here is another one of Gary Shurtleff’s master tapes that I digitized recently, and then gave it a small amount of degrain in Neat Video. It turned out pretty nice! Gary did a nice job filming in the arenas.
Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV340 firewire into workstation Degrain in adobe premiere elements/neat video
Here is another video from Gary Shurtleff (youtube channel fromthenosebleeds), and I think that this is one of the better Pantera show I transferred for him. Great sound (for an arena 1 camera thing) and excellent camera work. This is from a co-headline with White Zombie, a band I will never understand. I tried.
Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV340 firewire into workstation Degrain with Adobe Premiere Elements/neat video
A couple months back, my old friend Gary Shurtleff(fromthenosebleeds yt channel) dropped off about 50 of his 8mm master tapes for transfer. I got through all of them and discovered that the PC I was using was glitching – just a few frames per tape but enough to make it imperfect… so I brought back the old Dell T3500 workstation and it took care of these, no problem. It sucked doing them twice but worth it in the long run. Gary gave me the OK to post all of the Sacramento-based shows. I plan to enhance them before posting. Here’s the first one. AC/DC came to the much-hated Arco Arena Sac on their Ballbreaker tour in 96. It looks like there might a bit missing, as an audio recording of this show is over 2 hours. Anyway, enjoy. Thanks Gary!
Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV340 into workstation via firewire Enhanced in Adobe Premiere/Neat Video (degrain)
Setlist: 1) Back in Black 2) Shot Down in Flames 3) Thunderstruck 4) Girls Got Rythm 5) Cover You in Oil 6) Shoot to Thrill 7) Boogie Man 8) Hard as a Rock 9) Hells Bells 10) Down Payment Blues 11) The Jack 12) Ballbreaker 13) Rock and Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution 14) Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap 15) You Shook Me All Night Long 16) Whole Lotta Rosie 17) TNT 18) Let There Be Rock 19) Hail Ceasar 20) Highway to Hell 21) For Those About to Rock
RIP Scott Weiland. Too bad the drugs were stronger than you, as you had talent my man. This was my 2nd time seeing/filming the Pilots. Light show was cool, though the strobes fucked with my focus throughout the gig. Apologies for that, but the feeling of the show is captured beautifully from start to finish. Scott was a dancing madman. Enjoy!
Here’s another master from Gary (fromthenosebleeds) that I digitized recently, then degrained. Man, he has a ton of Pantera shows. I think I did about 15 Pantera shows for him. Here is the earliest Sacramento show that he shot- from 1994 with Sepultura and Prong opening. Thanks Gary!
Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV340 firewire into dell workstation Degrain with Adobe premiere elements/neat video
Man, today was intense at work, hence the late post. Here is one from Gary Shurtleff’s vast collection of videos– for some reason, I have a 1st gen VHS in his VHS collection, but he shot the master. Maybe it was a safety copy. Anyway, here they are opening for Iron Maiden. Really nice looking video and gary does a nice job on the arena vids with that zoom lens.
Recorded by: Gary Shurtleff Transfer by: Shayne Stacy Equipment used: JVC HRS8911U and Canopus ADVC300
My friend Gary Shurtleff let me know that this was just posted, and I have a funny story about this show. I *really* wanted to tape the show, but I did not have a decent audio recorder at the time. I borrowed my friend’s (anonymous) crappy audio recorder and snuck it in. While I was taping metallica, I got busted by the usher. She grabbed me firmly by the arm and walked me down to the main security. They took my recorder, but I pocketed the tape before I gave it up. I got the tape home and it was complete distortion.
So yesterday, a listenable recording of the same show pops up. I have no idea who taped it- it doesn’t sound like a Karl Lundmark tape. But here you go- Metallica on the AJFA tour.