Back to the start: My very first recording, Lush at Union Square, 1992

I'm changing up things around here somewhat.  Think I'm going to just put out every one of my recordings, in chronological order...still aiming for once or twice a month, but may end up being more often.

This is a first-gen VHS dub of my Sony Handycam CCD-F70 8mm recording, and is indeed the very first thing I ever recorded.   What a hell of a way to start.  Too bad the world would have to wait another thirteen years before my next recording, and that would be as different to this as one could get.

Copious notes are to be found in the YouTube post.

By the way, there are no less than four different video recordings of this show.  Here are the other three, courtesy of "Roy Oh" and coolerthanjesus.webs.org.

See the Light From A Dead Star writeup for more information.  These are listed in version order. What's scary is that I may actually have a fifth one kicking about, but have the tape in storage.

And for kicks, here's video featuring my most recent recording, of a group called Wooden Shjips at the Chapel last Friday the 23rd of January.  This song is called "Lazy Bones".

If you're interested in the full audio recording, it's here (membership required).


Terry Malts - 2012-06-19 - The Barboza Seattle [SR recording]

Happy 2014.  Another previously unshared recording from the AMH archives, courtesy of SR.

Terry Malts
The Barboza
Seattle, WA

taper: SR
kit: Schoeps MK4 mics > Naiant Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10

00 intro
01 Nauseous
02 Not Far From It
03 Where Is The Weekend?
04 What Was It?
05 Tumble Down
06 Waiting Room
07 Disconnect
08 I'm Neurotic
09 Something About You
10 Can't Tell No One [Negative Approach]

Looked like tons of fun had by all as lots of beer can got thrown (accurately, to boot), Corey's amp busted, and there was lots of snarky comments...click on the You(Tube) icon if you want all the spoilers revealed...

I have no idea what's in store for me beyond a Wooden Shjips show next week and Dum Dum Girls with Blouse opening in April.  I do like the idea of occasionally visiting my archives on the order of once every couple of weeks.  So stay tuned...next up, I'll start with my very first recording!