Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks- The Chapel, San Francisco Ca. 10/1/16 Pavement Complete Multicam

his one has a somewhat funny story. I got the ok to film from Scott(Spiral) but only from 1 angle. Since the show was packed, the club stuck me in this corner by the soundboard. I had 3 cameras, so why not use them? This is the first(and probably only) multicam that I will do, which all 3 angles are filmed fromt he exact same spot. Kinda cheesy, but I tried to make each angle unique.
HUGE thanks to Richard Pearsall for stepping in and doing the full edit of the show!
Filmed with 2 Canon HFG30s(one on tripod, one monopod operated by me) and 1 Canon HFG10(mounted to the pole). Audio via Rode video pro stereo mic. Encore has a bunch of pavement songs.

Live Concert Video

Pavement- E-Werk, Cologne, Germany, 6/26/95 Full Set

Uploaded by: James Grimes.

No lineage or taping info provided. Perhaps this is known, but it wasn’t included in the YouTube footage. As I do some digging, I will add the information here.

Pavement has been featured before on SMA, but not thoroughly. As they formed in Stockton, they of course qualify for inclusion here. A thorough examination of their available output will probably require many, many hours, but as I encountered a tape of the audio (inferior quality to what was online already, sometimes that’s how it goes) for this show while working on other things, I figured including it here would be helpful.

Setlist

In The Mouth A Desert

Elevate Me

Grave Architecture

Kennel District

Rattled By The Rush

Unfair

Heaven Is A Truck

Brix Job

Serpentine Pad

Best Friend’s Arm

Half A Canyon

Black Out

Grounded

Conduit

Motion Suggests (Itself)

Pueblo

Cut Your Hair

Encore, Encore!

Shoot The Singer

Here

Live Concert Uncategorized Video

Pavement- Great American Music Hall, San Francisco 4/23/94 9pm Set Xfer from DAT Master

1994 was such a fun year. I was able to follow a couple of my favorite bands around and record them. Pavement was one of those bands. They had just released Crooked Rain, so I went and saw them in Phoenix/So. Cal and the bay area in April and Fresno/So Cal in September. It was so fun to see a band at their peak, obviously having fun up there.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D3
Thanks to Remko Schouten.

Audio Live Concert

Pavement- Reading Festival, England 8/30/92 Proshot xfer from 1st Gen VHS Tape Japanese TV Live

I was looking at my old VHS tapelist over the weekend, because I could have sworn I had another SNFU Gilman show from 1987 but it must be goneā€¦ then I saw this tape and figured that would be fun to digitize.
Back in the mid-90s, I traded with a lady name Saki Honma. She was the biggest Uncle Tupelo fan in Japan- she even flew from Japan to St. Louis to see Tupelo’s last shows in 1994. She would tape stuff off of Japanese TV (they broadcast KILLER stuff in nice quality) and send it to me. This one is a VHS copy off of her SVHS master.
This clip has been posted to youtube 2 other times, but I think this is slightly better quality. I will be posting other bands from this day throughout the week.

Recorded by: Sakiko Honma
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: JVC HRS9800 and Canopus ADVC300

Live Concert Video