Lydia Loveless- Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco Ca. 4/25/15 Multicam with Matrixed audio!

Lydia put on a super long set with some amazing covers at the end. Recorded with 1 HFG10 & 1 HFG30. Audio is a matrix ofsbd/schoeps MKIV audience. Thanks to Mike Mayer for the sbd, Jason Ellis for the Schoeps Recording and the matrix work, and Agelos for the editing job.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: HFG10, HFG30, Schoeps MKIV, SBD

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

Additional help by: Mike Mayer, Jason Ellis

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The Muffs-Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco 10/29/11 Part 1 Punk

This was a fun night. The Muffs & The Fastbacks — 2 of my all time favorite bands — on one bill! Additionally, The Fastbacks have been inactive for a while.. so this was a rare treat. Filmed with the HF200 & stock mic, so audio isn’t perfect. This was Mark Murray’s request. Lance Davis might also want to see it.

This is part 1 only- you can find the rest of the show on Youtube

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HF200

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The Fastbacks- Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco 10/29/11 HD Master w/Neumann KM140 audio!

First off, check out that thumbnail. That is the best thumbnail EVER. Kurt is a rock god. Anyway, The Fastbacks played a VERY RARE show at Bottom of the hill back in 2011. As much as I hate BOTH’s late end times, I went with “anonymous”. I filmed with my non-pro equipment at the time and he audiotaped. Here, for the first time, are the original HD video files synched with his Neumann KM140 mic audio. Nice!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Anonymous

Equipment Used: Canon HF200 camcorder & Neumann KM140 mics

Thanks to Derek Purtell for the synch!

 

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The Muffs- Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco 10/29/11 HD Master w/Neumann KM140 audio!

The Fastbacks played a VERY RARE show at Bottom of the hill back in 2011. Not only that, but The Muffs co-headlined! 2 of my favorite bands on one show! So happy. As much as I hate BOTH’s late end times, I went with “anonymous”. I filmed with my non-pro equipment at the time and he audiotaped. Here, for the first time, are the original HD video files synched with his Neumann KM140 mic audio. Nice!
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Anonymous
Equipment Used: Canon HF200 camcorder & Neumann KM140 mics
Thanks to Derek Purtell for the synch!

 

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The Posies- Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco Ca. 9/19/98 Audio xfer DAT Soundboard Live LAST SHOW

Man, this is totally going to be a tl:dr.
So in 1998, The Posies announced that they were calling it a day. They announced their final show at Bottom of the Hill in SF, which was an odd choice of location since they are known as a Seattle band! B.O.T.H. shows are notoriously late- they usually go until 1:30-2am, which is really tough on out of towners like me (2 hours home).
This show was special- since it was The Posies “last show”, they kept playing and playing… and Ken got naked for one of the encores, and they ended up playing for almost 2 hours. They finally ended at 2:30am or so.
I get out of the venue with some of my friends… and MY CAR IS GONE. I think it has been stolen and start freaking out. One of my friends (Jason Smoliak or Jason Sherrett I think) offered to drive me around to try to find the car. It was on the block over- I was already delirious from lack of sleep!
So I start driving home. I get over the Bay Bridge and 80 is fucking CLOSED. They put me on 580 with no choice. I had no idea how to get home- remember, this was before GPS/Cell Phones were common. So I happen to see a sign for hwy 13 and head that way. At this point it is about 3:30am so I stop and call my wife on the pay phone to let her know I will be super late, and it goes to voicemail. What the hell.
I fight falling asleep at the wheel and finally make it home around 5 or 5:30am. I walk in the door and wife starts screaming “I THOUGHT YOU WERE DEAD!”. Well, pick up the damned phone. I get a whopping 2 or 3 hours sleep before the 3 and 5 year olds beat on my head to wake up.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & Kelly Minnis
Equipment used: Sony TCDD7 DAT (plus Kelly’s)

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