Buffalo Tom- Kennel Club, San Francisco Ca. 2/13/91 xfer from 8mm master LIVE

Thanks to John Conley- he introduced me to Buffalo Tom by taking me to this show, and they ended up being one of my favorite bands. This video is DARK, but they intended it to be dark as there was a psych light show happening behind them. I can ask my friend Jim Mclain to brighten this, but I kinda like it as is.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy


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Buffalo Tom- Kennel Club, San Francisco Ca. 2/13/91 Live Xfer from master Brightened

So, remember that ultra-dark video of Buffalo Tom that I posted a few months ago? Well, Jim McLain came by last weekend and helped me get started on improving the brightness and contrast of my old videos- thanks Jim! A LOT of my old stuff will now be posted, or re-posted and you’ll actually be able to see them!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80 & Sony ECM909 mic
Post Production by Shayne: Adobe Premiere Elements 2018 & Neat Video Noise Reduction to brighten/contrast and denoise.

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Monks of Doom- Kennel Club, San Francisco Ca. 7/25/90 xfer from 8mm master enhanced

The kennel had those psychedelic light show guys at a lot of their shows in 1990. It’s cool to see, but it makes the stage darker. I was finally able to enhance this one so it is a bit more watchable. Greg was super dark before.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Aiwa CV-80 & Sony ECM909 mic
Enhanced with Adobe Premiere (Exposure/brightness) and denoised with neat video.


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Mudhoney- Kennel Club, San Francisco Ca. 7/17/90 Xfer from 8mm Master Enhanced

The Kennel would sometimes bring in a psychedelic light show group to project their show behind the band. It was cool, but the band played in near darkness except for the light show. These videos were close to unwatchable before because they were so dark. They are much better now that we can brighten & enhance them.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Aiwa CV-80 Camera & Sony ECM909 mic.

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Monks of Doom- Kennel Club, San Francisco Ca 1/17/90 VIDEO


Hi, here is my master video of Monks of Doom from Kennel in 1990. This was a crazy night. I caught a ride from promoter Brian McKenna’s brother and they ended up going to a park after the show to hang out and I did not get home until 5am. Work the next day was awesome. Anyway, I have always loved the earlier Monks stuff the most so this one gets upped first, for Mr. Joe Burns.

This is part 1, you can search the title on youtube to see the rest of the show.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Aiwa CV80 8mm camcorder & Sony ECM-909 mic.


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Johnny Thunders- Kennel Club, San Francisco Ca 10/24/89 xfer from 1st gen cassette

OK, I had very little sleep and a 6am conference call. I have about 15min to kill before getting the kids ready to school so let’s see how many of these I can post.
Here is a Johnny Thunders recording done with my equipment back in 1989. It’s not too bad considering the Kennel Club’s (now called The Independent) acoustics.

Recorded by: Mark Martin
Equipment Used: Sony WMD6C & Sony ECM909 Mic

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Dinosaur Jr- Kennel Club, San Francisco Ca. 9/26/89 xfer frmo D6 Master Audio Tape

Thanks to Daniel Hague for getting me to look through Anonymous’ stack of tapes and finding this one. I know Dan is a big fan. This doesn’t sound as good as some of Anonymous’ other recordings with this setup, but Dino Jr always played LOUD and the kennel club was never known for their acoustics.

A funny side note about this show- I was there with my video camera and I was trying to approach Jay so I could get permission to film. I tried to start a conversation, but it was so impossibly awkward and incoherent, I gave up. Damnit, I should have just whipped it out and recorded anyway.

Recorded by: Anonymous
Equipment used: Sony WMD6C Pro Walkman, Sony ECM-909 mic
Transfer by: Shayne stacy
Transfer equipment: Nakamichi Dragon, M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card.

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