Thin White Rope- Burro Room, Chico Ca. 3/22/91 Part 1

Man, what a night this was. The Burro Room was a legendary venue- the Room was a standard venue- long and narrow. Next door was Juanita’s Burritos- they had cheap burritos and was one of the first places in the nation to have Sierra Nevada on tap. So we would drive up there, have a couple of pitchers and a burrito and wait for the show. This show was one of the best (and longest) I ever saw of TWR. I found a great little perch above the door between the 2 venues thatwas not only great for a tripod, but also sounded excellent because it was close to the PA. Recorded with the old Aiwa CV80 camcorder with a Sony ECM-909 mic velcro’d to the top. Enjoy! PS: Guy is in a beautiful polka dot dress for the show.

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

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Aiwa CV80, Sony ECM-909

 

Live Concert Video

Mudhoney- Burro Room, Chico Ca. 9/4/89 xfer from 8mm master!

Wow, I forgot how good thing video is. This is the night after the Cattle Club show. We had not planned to go to Chico the next night, but the Sac show was so good that Mark Martin convinced us to go. The most vivid memory of this show was when me and Lawrence Crane (from Vomit Launch and Tape Op Magazine) were nerding out about music and bands. We got so obscure with our love for SF “early alternative” bands like Donner Party that Mark Arm (who was sitting in between us” threw up his hands and walked away! Ha ha, classic. Juanita’s (the burrito place connected to the venue) used to get kegs of special Sierra Nevada beers before the whole microbrew thing was a big deal. We had some special ale that tasted like aspirin and TRASHED us. Video sounds great and looks ok. Happy with it, 27 years later!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

Live Concert Video

Mudhoney- Burro Room, Chico Ca. 9/4/89 xfer from 8mm Master Enhanced

Wow, I forgot how good thing video is. This is the night after the Cattle Club show. We had not planned to go to Chico the next night, but the Sac show was so good that Mark Martin convinced us to go. The most vivid memory of this show was when me and Lawrence Crane (from Vomit Launch and Tape Op Magazine) were nerding out about music and bands. We got so obscure with our love for SF “early alternative” bands like Donner Party that Mark Arm (who was sitting in between us” threw up his hands and walked away! Ha ha, classic. Juanita’s (the burrito place connected to the venue) used to get kegs of special Sierra Nevada beers before the whole microbrew thing was a big deal. We had some special ale that tasted like aspirin and TRASHED us. Video sounds great and looks ok. Happy with it, 29 years later!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Aiwa CV80 & Sony ECM909

Mic Enhancement: Adobe Premiere to increase brightness & exposure, Neat video to reduce noise

Live Concert Video