Fastbacks- SPF30, Alki Beach, Seattle Wa. 8/11/18 Multicam w/Soundboard audio!

Man, this one was a close call. I worked to get permission to film and as I was getting ready to set up the 2 gopro cameras, a stage security guy (who saw me spend 5 minutes getting the cameras ready) said “you can’t put those onstage”. I kept my cool and explained my situation, and he asked his boss and I was able to get them onstage at the last second!

Thanks to Derek Purtell for the soundboard synch to my main angle (and blend back to Audience at the end)

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Edit by: Tromster

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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 Fastbacks- The Casbah, San Diego Ca. 11/5/94 xfer from 8mm Master w/DAT Audio LIVE

Man, I can’t believe that I have not posted this yet. I have been a big Fastbacks fan since the late 80s, so I drove from my home in Whittier to San Diego to see them at the Casbah. It was a great show, but the audio on the video is terrible. I have a DAT audience recording that’s way better than this. Hopefully one day we will be able to put them together.
UPDATE: Thanks to Derek Purtell, who answered my plea for an audio/video synch! Nice job, and the internet is awesome.
Filmed with a Sony TR81 camera onto Hi8 metal evaporative tape.

 

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Sony TR81 camera

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