Dickies- Ivy Room, Albany Ca 11/13/21 4K UHD Multicamera with Rode Videomic Pro Audio

OK, buckle up, this is going to be long story.. but up front, the audio is NOT GOOD on this for the first 5min- it is Gopro Audio from the stage. Please forward past 5min if you can’t take it.
I coach my daughter’s soccer team and I didn’t think I was going to be able to make this show- the show started at 3pm- but I bolted out of there right when the game ended and made it to the Ivy right when Boneless Ones were setting up. I get permission to video them and I reach into my camera bag for my memory card wallet… and it isn’t there. I mistook my audio recorder case for the wallet. I am screwed- I am 2 hours from home and I don’t have a memory card for my main 4k camera.
I run back out to my car and begin a slapstick series of phone calls to local camera shops ($300 memory card- no thanks) thrashing through city streets to the Best Buy in Emeryville (20min each way) to beg employees to UNLOCK the memory card case NOW. I fly back to the Ivy, lose my parking spot and park blocks away, run into the club to see the Dickies setting up. Can’t believe I made it back in time. I was able to get 2 of my 3 Gopros set up and was able to pull it off.
Since my nerves were still on edge, I accidentally hit my start button twice on my main camera which started then stopped it, so I ended up not filming the first 5 minutes of the set with the main camera. That’s why the audio is bad.
Let’s not do that again.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G60 w/Rode Videomic Pro Stereo, Gopro Hero 5 Black x2
Edit by Tromster

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The Dickies- Ivy Room, Albany Ca. 11/13/21 Late Set 4K UHD Multicamera Punk

I posted the single camera version of this set back in November, but we just got the edit done on this one. Both of these sets were supposed to be 4 camera multicams- one on each corner of the stage and one on drums. Well, things went wrong and I got 3 cameras for the early set, and only 2 for this one. I had a gopro in Stan’s corner and it did not start recording– I thought I turned it on.
Even with 2 cameras, this one works pretty well. The main angle had Adam hidden in the back, and the gopro angle shows only him. The rode audio sound so good that I did not even try to deal with the soundboard recording… especially after they get the backup vocals dialed in a couple of minutes into the set.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HFG50 w/Rode Videomic Pro Stereo, Gopro hero 5 black
Edit by: Tromster

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The Dickies- Observatory, Santa Ana Ca. 1/4/20 4K UHD Master Video Punk Greg Hetson Circle Jerks

While on vacation with the family in L.A. last week, I was lucky enough to make it over to the Observatory and catch the 2 bands that I really wanted to see- TSOL (40th anniversary show) and The Dickies.
I have been going to see the Dickies since 1988. In fact, they were on of the first bands I ever filmed in May of 88. This show was the best I have ever seen them, hands down. Great set and great performance.
They announced that their LAST album is coming out soon… does this mean that they are going to stop/retire? Man, that would be a bummer.. but if they keep sounding like this, it will be good to go out on top.
Features an appearance by Greg Hetson on guitar on 1 song, and in the backstage audience behind Stan.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Panasonic Lumix ZS200

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Dickies- Berkeley Square, Berkeley Ca. 4/30/89 mastertape xfer enhanced COMPLETE SHOW improved audio

Man, I owe Kingbean, Chris Dodge and Daniel Hague a huge debt of gratitude. I filmed this show over 30 years ago and forgot to plug my microphone in for the first half of the set. I have had silent footage this entire time. When I posted half the set and put out a call for any audio of the show- Daniel Hague came through. He had a tape of this show from Chris Dodge’s collection- I think Chris might have taped it himself- which not only made the show complete, but improved the audio of the second half! Wow!!
After working up the audio, it was off to Kingbean for the synch. This one was a huge pain in the ass for him, since most synchs are keyed upon the snare hit and I rarely showed the drummer. He did a great job. Thank you.

Video Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Aiwa CV80
Audio Recorded by: Chris Dodge I think
Audio Equipment used: Sounds like a sony WMD3.
Enhanced in Adobe Premiere Elements/Neat Video
Synch by Kingbean

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The Dickies- Live 1985 Flipside Video no. 6 xfer from VHS Master Enhanced Punk

I have had this one uploaded on YT for about 6 weeks, hoping to figure out what the venue/exact date is. I have had no luck. All references to Flipside Video #6 just says “Live 1985”. If anyone has any detail about the show, let me know.

Recorded by: Flipside
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: JVC HRS9800 and Canopus ADVC300
Enhanced (denoise) with Neat Video/Adobe Premiere

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