Victims Family- Phoenix Theater, Petaluma Ca. 1/12/19 Multicam with Matrix Audio

I had tickets to another show on this night (Possessed) but after seeing VF, Nasalrod and Freak Accident the night before in Sac, I blew off the death metal to see them again.
When we got to the venue, we could hear Ralph singing as we walked up. Freak Accident opened the show! Between their early start and some difficulty getting to the balcony to film, I completely missed the set. Sorry Ralph.
VF were great but a little sloppier than usual. Not a complaint- it was nice to see them having fun up there. I really appreciate these shows- with all of the members’ competing priorities, a VF show is a rarity.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Video Equipment used: Canon HFG40 x2, Canon HFG30 x2
Audio Equipment used: Rode Videomic Pro Stereo, Sony M10 through soundboard
Audio Matrix: Jason Ellis
Video Edit: Tromster

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Nasalrod- Phoenix Theater, Petaluma Ca. 1/12/19 Multicam with Matrix Audio

Getting set up at the Phoenix was total chaos. First, I was unable to get to the balcony so I headed for the soundboard. The soundguy was super nice but we could not get a signal. I had to get the cameras set up, so I left the recorder with him and he said he would try to get it working. I didn’t know until after the show that he got it going at the last minute. That’s also why you see the show start out with 1 angle for the first minute and a half– I was setting cameras up on the balcony!
What a perfect opening band for Victims Family- Nasalrod has a similar sound to VF while still sounding unique. It is a joy to watch Spit Stix (also from Fear) on drums.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Video Equipment used: 2x HFG30, 2x HFG40
Audio equipment used: Sony M10 (sbd) & Rode Videomic Pro Stereo
Edit by: Tromster
Audio Matrix: Jason Ellis.

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Freak Accident 4.0 & Victims Family ’89- Phoenix Thtr Petaluma 12/19/15 Multicam w/Matrix Audio

Well, I am finally figuring out how to record at the Phoenix Theater!This one turned out nice. Ralph from Victim’s Family headlined the Nostalgia Fest, and he put on a 2 hour show! First hour was with his band Freak Accident. I don’t know much about them but I bought their LP. Next (about an hour into this video if you want to skip there) was the 1989 incarnation of Victim’s Family. Ralph, Larry and Eric. They played pretty much a full set frm that era. It was excellent! Recorded with 2 Canon HFG30 and 1 HFG10. Audio via my soundboard and Jason Ellis’ Schoeps audience recording. Matrix done by Jason Ellis. And, as usual, Agelos put it all together and made it look great. He did a KILLER job on this one. Thanks to everyone.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, HFG10, SBD, Schoeps

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

Additional help by: Jason Ellis

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Victim’s Family- VF30 30th Anniversary show Phoenix Theater, Petaluma 9/27/14 3 cam Multicam Part 1

Victim’s Family had a big show/party for their 30th anniversary. It was at Phoenix Theater in Petaluma- I had never been there before. Think of it as a bigger, dirtier Gilman in a theater. Before the show, they took setlist requests over the web. The set is heavy on the old stuff as a result. Cameras were HFG30 (operated by me), HFG10 (tripod on balcony), HF200 (Tripod behind soundboard on the floor). Sound is courtesy of Vince Scalese- it is a SBD/Neumann mic matrix. Mixing/authoring done by Bong and Agelos. Thanks all!

This is part 1 only- you can find the rest of the show on Youtube

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: HFG30, HFG10, HF200

Edited/Remixed By: Bong Agelos

Additional help by: Vince Scalese

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Mr. Bungle- Phoenix Theater, Petaluma Ca. 3/1/91 xfer from band VHS tape Mike Patton

Here’s an exciting one- an uncirculated Mr. Bungle video from that same 3/1/91 show as my other posts! This is before the release of the 1st album, so you get a mix of album tracks and stuff from their demos. I prefer the demos, but I’m sure most of you will like it all.
From the collection of Eddie Jorgensen- drummer for opening band Chomphard

Recorded by:?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9800 w/TBC on, Canopus ADVC300

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Deli Creeps- Phoenix Theater, Petaluma Ca. 3/1/91 Xfer from Band VHS Tape Buckethead

Huge thanks to Eddie Jorgensen for trusting me with his video tapes. Here is 8 minutes of Deli Creeps’ set from an amazing bill featuring Chomphard, Mr. Bungle and Disciples of Ed. This is a transfer from a 30 year old tape that was dubbed in EP/SLP mode, which sat in a garage for years. Please excuse the slight flaws.
This video is wild- buckethead gets stuck on top of his full stack of amps and tries to climb down, and FALLS BACKWARD onto part of the drums… without missing a thing. It happens at about 1:57 in. The band doesn’t miss a beat. Unreal.
PS: Why is everyone wearing aprons?

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment: JVC SR9800 w/TBC on, Canopus ADVC300.

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Chomphard- Phoenix Theater, Petaluma Ca. 3/31/90 Multicam w/ Soundboard Audio xfer from band’s VHS

Here’s something you don’t see every day- a multicam video from phoenix theater from 30 years ago. People filming with this type of quality on location was kind of unheard of back then. There were a couple but they were for community cable shows. There are no credits on this one, so it is hard to tell if this was ever aired or if it was just hobbyists. Cool regardless.
There was a really bad hum in the audio so I extracted it and used Izotope’s de-hum feature which kicks ass.
From Eddie Jorgensen’s archive. He is the long haired drummer. 🙂

From eddie: This particular show was Disciples Of Ed (DOE), The Louies, Hood House, and Chomphard at the Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA, Show was sold out and was an all local show.

Recorded by: ?
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: JVC HRS9800 w/TBC on, Canopus ADVC30 digitizing box.
De-hum in Izotope RX7

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