Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Pandoras - Live 1985

Los Angeles 60's garage Gals. Both shows are soundboard recordings and have excellent sound quality. Can anyone help with song titles?

@ Club Lingerie, Hollywood CA 2-85: [from cassette tape]
01. Last Time Around
02. title unknown
03. That's Your Way Out
04. I Didn't Cry
05. It Felt Alright
06. I'm Your Girl
07. title unknown
08. Love Them, Leave Them
09. You Don't Satisfy
10. Hot Generation
11. The Hump
12. Knock Knock
13. Why

@ Roxy, Los Angeles 5-17-85: [from cassette tape]
01. Want Need Love
02. The Way It's Gonna Be
03. That's Your Way Out
04. He's Not Far
05. Let's Do Right
06. Hot Generation
07. I Want My Caveman
08. It's About Time
09. Melvin
10. The Hump

Savage Republic - Live 1983 + 1985

Three audience recordings. At the Mojave Exodus show the band played with the Minutemen and at the end of their set do a long jam with them. The Wedding Reception show is an audience recording that is missing the last 10 minutes. Sound quality is good on all. Can anyone fill in the unknown song titles?

Biography: http://www.ltmrecordings.com/savage_republic.html

@ Mojave Exodus, Lucerne Valley, Ca. 4-24-83: [from cassette tape]
01. Attempted Coup; Madagascar
02. Mobilization
03. When All Else Fails
04. Too Much Fear
05. The Ivory Coast
06. Machinery
07. title unknown
08. Next To Nothing
09. title unknown
10. O Andonis
11. Film Noir
12. Real Men
13. Exodus
14. Kill The Fascists
15. title unknown
16. Jam With The Minutemen

@ Bruce Licher's Wedding Reception, Los Angeles 2-03-85: [from cassette tape]
01. Ceremonial
02. Exodus
03. Ivory Coast (cut)
04. 1000 Days
05. Assembly
06. Trudge

@ Danceteria, NYC 5-04-85: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown [soundcheck]
02. Exodus
03. Mobilization
04. Machinery
05. Assembly
06. Film Noir
07. title unknown
08. Andelusia
09. Ceremonial
10. Trek
11. title unknown
12. title unknown
13. title unknown
14. Ivory Coast

Dr. Know - demo + Live 1983

Dr. Know was a hardcore band from Los Angeles. The demo has very good sound quality and the Cathay show is an audience recording with good sound quality. I think the demo might have been released on their Best of album. Anyone know? Can anyone fill in the song titles.

@ demo: [from cassette tape]
01. title unknown
02. No Exit
03. Vaccination

@ Cathay de Grande, Los Angeles 9-27-83: [from cassette tape]
01. intro
02. What To Do
03. title unknown
04. In That House
05. title unknown
06. title unknown
07. title unknown

T.S.O.L. - Demo 1980 + Live 1981

The demo is a muddy copy but still sounds pretty good. The City Gardens show came without a specific date but I have a copy of this same recording, from a few years ago, that is dated November 7, 1981. That copy and this copy are the same up to the song Word Is but on the other tape that song fades out and then versions of Silent Scream and Code Blue are played. The versions of those songs on that tape are different from the versions on this tape. So, it seems, someone added those on from a different source. This is the complete version of this show.. It's a soundboard recording and the sound quality is excellent.

@ Demo 1980:
01. 80 Times
02. Superficial Love
03. You Don't Have To Die
04. Silent Majority
@ City Gardens, Trenton NJ 11-07-81: [from cassette tape]
01. Dance With Me
02. Peace Thru Power
03. Die For Me
04. I'm Tired Of Life
05. Love Story
06. 80 Times
07. Word Is
08. Funeral March
09. The Triangle
10. Silent Scream
11. Code Blue

Black Flag - Veteran's Hall, San Luis Obispo CA 5-26-83

This is the Greg, Chuck, Henry Bill Stephenson line up of the band. The version of Six Pack ran off the tape so it is less than a minute long. The recording is from the soundboard and has excellent quality.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Slip It In
02. I Love You
03. American Waste
04. Depression
05. Beat My Head Against The Wall
06. Nervous Breakdown
07. Jealous Again
08. Spray Paint The Walls
09. Damaged II
10. Life Of Pain
11. My Rules
12. Police Story
13. I've Had It
14. Nothing Left Inside
15. My War
16. Thirsty And Miserable
17. Wasted
18. Six Pack
19. Louie Louie

Circle Jerks - Live 1982 + 1983

The 9:30 show is an audience recording with good sound quality. The T-Bird show is a soundboard recording and has excellent sound quality. That show ended when the riot squad arrives at the venue.

@ 9:30 Club, Washington D.C. 6-20-82: [from cassette tape]
01. Moral Majority
02. Letter Bomb
03. Back Against The Wall
04. Question Authority
05. I Just Want Some Skank
06. Beverly Hills
07. Operation
08. Wild In The Streets
09. Red Tape
10. 86'd ( Good As Gone)
11. Meet The Press
12. Trapped
13. Murder The Disturbed
14. Deny Everything
15. What's Your Problem
16. Paid Vacation
17. Stars And Stripes
18. Behind The Door
19. Political Stu
20. Defamation Innuendo
21. Don't Care
22. Live Fast Die Young
23. Wasted
24. World Up My Ass
25. Leave Me Alone

@ T-Bird Rollerdome, Pico Rivera, CA 3-04-83
01. Parade of the Horribles
02. Moral Majority
03. Letter Bomb
04. I Just Want Some Skank
05. Beverly Hills
06. Stars and Stripes
07. In Your Eyes
08. Wild in the Streets
09. Red Tape
10. Murder the Disturbed
11. Coup D'etat
12. Live Fast, Die Young
13. When the Shit Hits the Fan

Fear - On The Mall, Washington D.C. 7-03-82

Here is Fear playing the outdoor Rock Against Reagan festival in Washington D.C. This show is an audience recording and the sound quality is good.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. I Love Livin' In The City
02. Foreign Policy
03. I Don't Care About You
04. Welcome To The Dust Ward
05. Beef Baloney
06. Camarillo
07. Strangulation
08. We Destroy The Family
09. Disconnected
10. Let's Have A War
11. Fear Anthem
12. Waiting for the Gas

Castration Squad - KPFK, Los Angeles 12-80

This band featured some members who had been involved in the Los Angeles Punk scene since the beginning. The line up is: Shannon Wilhelm - vocals, Mary Bat-Thing - vocals (pre-45 Grave), Tiffany Kennedy - keyboard , Tracy Lea - guitar (pre-Red Cross), Alice Armendariz - bass (ex-Bags), Elissa Bello - drums (ex-Go Go's). They never released any records and weren't around for very long. But this live show and a couple videos exist to prove the band once existed. This is from a radio broadcast and the sound quality is excellent.

web page here: http://www.alicebag.com/castrationsquadhome.html
video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpycendTyJo&feature=related
and here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IUAoRi33vc

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. We Are Your God
02. Ex-Girlfriend
03. Date With Jack
04. No Mercy For The Dead
05. Blind
06. Sheila
07. Cruella Deville
08. Bat Thing

45 Grave - Live + interview 1980-1983

The Press Club and T-Bird shows are both soundboard recordings and the interview is a radio broadcast. All have excellent sound quality. The Yvonnes song in the Don Bolles interview is something he recorded with Rob Ritter in 1977.

@ Press Club, Los Angeles 9-20-81: [from cassette tape]
01. 45 Grave
02. Black Cross
03. Wax
04. Evil
05. Dream Hits
06. Akira Raideen
07. title unknown

@ KNAC, Los Angeles 9-12-82: [from cassette tape]
01. Don Bolles interview
02. Yvonnes - I Walked With A Zombie (1977)
03. Don Bolles interview

@ T-Bird Rollerdrome, Pico Rivera, CA 1-21-83: [from cassette tape]
01. Black Cross
02. Evil
03. Concerned Citizen
04. 45 Grave
05. Teen Love Song

Germs - Cherrywood Studios, Los Angeles 1-03-80

This is an audience recording of the by invitation only show the Germs played for the filming of the Decline Of Western Civilization. The recording is rough and the vocals are almost inaudible. Also, whoever recorded this stopped the tape recorder between every song so it's very choppy. Still an interesting document.

setlist: [from cassette tape]
01. Communist Eyes
02. What We Do Is Secret
03. Caught In My Eye
04. Communist Eyes
05. Land Of Treason
06. Let's Pretend
07. Forming
08. Media Blitz
09. Our Way
10. Richie Dagger's Crime
11. Manimal
12. Lexicon Devil
13. Shut Down (Annihilation Man)
14. The Other Newest One