Revolting Cocks – Do Ya Think I’m Sexy (Live) Cold Waves L.A. 2017 Nov. 11th 2017 The Regent Theater.
Recorded by: Marty Sertich
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.
Equipment Used: Nikon N70, Nikkor 28-105mm lens, Kodak T-Max 400 35mm film
Equipment Used: Lomo LC-A, Handheld flash, Fujifilm Color 400 and Kodak Tri-X 400 35mm film
Equipment Used: Lomo LC-A, Handheld flash, Kodak Ektachrome 100vs 35mm slide film (cross processed) and Fujifilm Color 400 35mm film
Equipment Used: Lomo camera, handheld flash, Scotch slide film (expired and cross processed)
Equipment used: Lomo camera, handheld flash, Scotch slide film (expired and cross processed)
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.
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equipment used: ?
Back in the pre-internet days, getting information about shows(especially smaller ones at non traditional venues) was spotty. I once missed an Uncle Tupelo show while I was following them on tour because I didn’t know!
So on the way out of the Wilco show at the Whiskey the night before, someone handed me a flyer. Wilco were playing Rhino Records the next day- I had no idea! While taping this show, I learned that Wayne Kramer was playing a week later! I went to that, then lost contact with what was happening there. That’s how it was then- you must go regularly or you lose out.
This recording sounds really nice for the equipment used- some people have mistaken it for a soundboard. I just had my head about 6 inches from a speaker on one side, and the band was playing into my other ear.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D3 DAT & Coresound battery box binaural mics w/bass rolloff.
Here’s a great video of The Dragons, shot by Todd Nakamine with my camera. Todd has always had amazing musical taste, and he does it again here. He drove from his house to pick up my camera in whittier(wrong way), and then back to L.A. to the show. So glad he did it, as I ended up loving the bands he filmed.
Recorded with a Sony TR81 camcorder
Recorded by: Todd Nakamine
Equipment Used: Sony TR81 camcorder