Gel- Cafe Colonial, Sacramento Ca 10/7/22 4K UHD Multicam with Matrix Audio Hardcore

Here’s the last vid from that October 7 show. Everyone went absolutely nuts for Gel- in fact, I had 2 gopros hit the floor after about 5min of the show. Roger Ford walked up and handed one of them to me- somehow the mount broke off.. and the other one was behind the drummer! How the hell did the drummer gopro fall? Crazy. So this will start out as a 5 camera multicam, then go to 4, then 3. Probably the most chaotic show I have ever seen at the cafe, and that is saying something.
Also, the band was so nice and gave me permission to film, and asked me to tag them on instagram with the video. I will try not to go into my old man rant about instagram, but I don’t understand the purpose as I am a desktop guy. I don’t use my phone for this stuff at all. So, if someone can figure out how to tag them on instagram, please go ahead. I don’t get it.

Recorded by: Shayne stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G60, Canon HF G50, 3x Gopro Hero 7 Black
Multitrack Recording by Matt O’Neillin
Multitrack mix by Anonymous
Edit by Tromster

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Medicine- Los Angeles Area, mid-1990’s xfer from Hi8 Master Tape Enhanced

I checked with Steve on this one and we can’t figure out what the venue is. The only venue showing in the mid-90s on is The Roxy, but I don’t recall The Roxy having a balcony like that. Maybe the Whiskey?

Recorded by: Steve Rogers
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV340
Enhanced (degrain) in Adobe Premiere Elements

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The Muffs- Satellite, Los Angeles Ca. 3/2/13 Canon HFM30 HD Live

I went on vacation to San Diego with my family in 2013 and learned that The Muffs were playing in L.A. at the same time I was going to be there. My and my friend Pete Markall made the 2+ hour drive to the show… it was totally worth the trek. They had not been playing live too often at the time- they played a show in SF in 2011 and this was only their 3rd show since then…
This was the only time I got to see them in their hometown, and it was probably the best(and longest) show I was able to catch. Very loose- they were having a lot of fun- at about 20 minutes in, Kim changes guitars. Ronnie: “Are you in tune?” Kim: “yeah, I’m in Tune, what the fuck”. Her comments on vinyl (and 8 track tape) at 43:00 are a must watch.
This is filmed with a consumer 1080p Canon camcorder, before I got my nicer equipment so it is a little grainy.
I also audiotaped the show. Hopefully one day this video will get an improved audio source synched with it.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HFM30 and stock mic.

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Grandaddy- Spaceland, Los Angeles Ca. 3/17/00 Audio Only Jason Lytle

I ran out of time to transfer something from my archive of stuff, so I dug through a box of discs that I received from Matt Hargrove for something Sacramento related… and happened to pull out one of my favorite bands from Northern Cal- thanks Matt!
I was late to the party with Grandaddy. I heard KEXP play “Now its On” from Sumday in 2002 and was hooked. Then I learned that the band was from Modesto and I missed out on years of local shows, doing (even better) early stuff. D’oh! I am still hoping that Brian McKenna finds that demo tape (1 of 5) that the band gave him.
This recording has unknown lineage, but it seems like all recordings of the band are really nice quality.

recorded by: ?
equipment used: ?

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