American Flyer- Riolo’s Club, Roseville Ca. 1995/1996 xfer from 8mm master! LIVE

If you did not notice, I am going through my tape lists from A-Z and posting everything that I filmed, or that is from sacramento to prep for the sacramento concert archive website. Still on “A”. Haha. So, I was digging through my tapes a few years ago, transferring show. This one was unmarked on the tape, and I was wondering “what the hell”? Then I remembered- I filmed my cousin’s band at the (in)famous Riolo’s in Roseville! Hot damn! Many covers here, I hope the youtube copyright-bot doesn’t plonk me.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

Live Concert Video

Groovie Ghoulies- 315 Vallejo, Roseville Ca. 8/29/92 Xfer from DAT Master Tape

After they ended the Tombstone Blues set, the band took about a 1 minute break and played a 45 minute ghoulies set. It was so much fun- you will hear a “clink” and a dropout at about 11:30 into the recording. The deck & mic fell off of the heater and hit Kevin Scott in the head. Sorry!
This whole night was fuzzy, but I remember the tiny house (700 sq ft) being WAY too packed with 100+ people, I remember getting way too drunk and being hung over for 2 days after for the first (and only) time ever, and I remember my band playing a song without rehearsal for the first time in 5 years(that was not recorded). I also remember the cops coming, and kicking people out so I could sleep.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy, on top of wall heater in the house (FOH)
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D10 & Nakamichi CM-300 Mic

Audio Live Concert

Tombstone Blues- 315 Vallejo, Roseville Ca. 8/29/92 xfer from DAT master tape Groovie Ghoulies Side Project

Back in 1992, I moved to Los Angeles for a couple of different reasons- my job moved down there. The weekend before I left, my old rental house was empty, so we bought a keg from Sudwerk and had The Groovie Ghoulies & Tombstone Blues play.
Tombstone Blues was a very short lived side project of the Groovie Ghoulies. Kepi, Roach & Kevin Scott played a set of old Rock and Blues covers. This might be the only recorded document of the band, Kepi would know for sure.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy, on top of wall heater in the house (FOH)
Equipment used: Sony TCD-D10 & Nakamichi CM-300 Mic

Audio Live Concert

Shayne’s house, mom, and room/posters/tape collection 1988

This one is for Family AND the music community. This is another clip we made a “tour of sacramento” movie for my friend Jim Utz. This one has my mom at the beginning, and me being a total shithead for calling her old. I am now 14 years older than she was here.

Another highlight is seeing the tiny amount of tapes I had back then, and me complaining about the empty tape cases, waiting for BAD traders to get back to me. The green TV makes an appearance, as do a lot of really cool old posters that I no longer have.

I also get way too excited about getting a phone call. This was pre-cellphone, so if you missed the call, you were screwed.
This is embarrassing but it must be posted.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & John Conley

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Dimple Records- Roseville Store Walkthrough and Dilyn 1988

Dimple was my first record store. I went to the Roseville store back when it was next to almond tree on harding. I think that’s where they really started to grow- the record store + the arcade next door(Starcade) was the place to be in the burbs in the early 80s.
I rented records and bought a Judas priest poster as some of my first purchases there. I found Riot’s Fire Down Under there and I think it was my first LP purchase from there.
This is a massive loss to the Sacramento area.
This video exists thanks to my good friend (for over 30 years) Jim Utz. We were video tape traders in the 80s and we each decided to do a video tour of our hometowns. He did St. Louis, and I did Roseville/Sacramento. Man, it is great to see some of this. More to come.
Recorded by: Shayne Stacy & John Conley

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