Uncle Tupelo- Bogart’s, Long Beach Ca. 2/25/93 xfer from Hi8 master Videotape enhanced Wilco Farrar

Haha, I have had this one on my desk for over a month because I thought I needed to synch DAT audio with the video. It turns out that I forgot my DAT rig that night. I remember now- I was too worried to turn around and get the gear, because I was afraid of missing the show. It turns out that I got there WAY too early and ended up waiting forever for the show to start. Oh well.
Ken Coomer breaks a snare drum during the set and it takes forever to get it replaced.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony TR-81 camcorder
Enhanced(denoise only) via Adobe Premiere/Neat Video

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Luna- Bogart’s, Long Beach Ca. 11/7/92 Transfer from Hi8 Master for first time Ever!

It was strange. Every time I went to Bogart’s, something bizarre and memorable happened. One time, it was when Uncle Tupelo played there and broke their snare on the first song and had a huge delay waiting for another. Another time, it was Penelope Houston and meeting Todd Nakamine, and we have been friend ever since. Or this one- Dean Wareham mentions this show in his “Black Postcards” book, because a guy in the front row was so irritating that he agreed to fight at the end of the set. Like I said, bizarre. The vibe of the club just seemed to invite it.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

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Steelpole Bathtub- Bogart’s, Long Beach Ca. 4/19/90 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape LIVE

Here’s another video from the old “going through lists and figuring out what’s uncirculated” project. . This is the last one that I have from the Rob Thompson recordings. Thanks to Jim Utz for sending his VHS tapes years ago to be digitized. Just like Babes in Toyland, I don’t know why this is so short. Did Rob get busted for filming? Dead battery? Did he just get tired? Dunno.

Recorded by: Ron Thompson
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9811U and Canopus ADVC300

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Buck Pets- Bogart’s, Long Beach Ca. 1/19/90 xfer from 1st gen VHS tape Live

Here’s another video from the old “going through lists and figuring out what’s uncirculated” project. This one comes from Jim Utz’ collection that he sent to be to be digitized a few years back. His friend (I CANNOT remember his name- same guy who filmed Nirvana at Bogarts) filmed a few shows after he moved to L.A. from the midwest and sent copies to Jim.
Side note- Universal Music told me that my video from Cattle Club was going to be used in the Nirvana “with the lights out” box set, then they asked for the contact person who had this video, so I helped them get in touch… I didn’t know that they were contacting him to use his video in place of mine in the box set. haha, oh well. Michael Meisel made sure I still got paid and they made my name in credits and easter egg as a result. That was nice of him.

Recorded by: Rob Thompson
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9811U and Canopus ADVC300

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Cryptic Slaughter- Fender’s Ballroom, Long Beach 9/6/86 1st gen from band VHS copy enhanced

Back in 1986, Andy Andersen let me borrow a couple of Attitude Adjustment’s VHS tapes. This show from Fender’s has 3 bands- I have video for all 3 and soundboard audio for 2. This set is the one that doesn’t have a board tape, which is too bad because the audio sounds like hot garbage. Expect the 2 other sets to be posted with soundboard audio in the upcoming weeks.

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9800 and Canopus ADVC300
Enhanced (degrain) in adobe premiere elements/neat video

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Attitude Adjustment- Fender’s Ballroom, Long Beach Ca. 9/6/86 2nd gen VHS with Soundboard audio punk

Here’s another synch job that I have been hoping to get done for years. We had the video (not great quality, but this is a 1st gen from Andy Andersen) with HORRIBLE audio plus a separate soundboard audio tape that starts off kinda weird but improves after about 5min. Thanks to King Bean, we now have at least a listenable video. It was all distortion before.

Recorded by: ?
Video Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9900U and Canopus ADVC300
Enhanced in Adobe premiere/neat video (degrain)
Audio transfer by Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
Rebalance in Izotope RX7 (I boosted vocals and bass and maybe drums, can’t remember)
Synch by King bean

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Final Conflict- Fender’s, Long Beach Ca. 9/6/86 Low gen VHS synch with Soundboard Enhanced Hardcore

This is one of the better Final Conflict sets I have heard. They were opening for “Grave New World” era discharge, and they were not only bagging on them, but also the venue and anything else came to mind. Funny, entertaining show.

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Video: JVC HRS9900U and Canopus ADVC300
Audio: Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
A/V synch by King Bean

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Final Conflict- Fender’s, Long Beach Ca 9/6/86 Full set soundboard audio only hardcore Motorhead

As I promised (or threatened, whichever is the case for you), here is the complete Final Conflict set. The video only has about 15min of real footage & soundboard audio, but the band played for 45min. Here is the complete set, audio only. This is worth the listen for the between song banter alone.
Cover of Motorhead’s Iron Fist at 31:00

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card

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