Tag: Khyber Pass

Tar – Live Khyber Pass 2/16/93

The precursor to Tar was a hardcore punk outfit called Blatant Dissent, which formed in DeKalb, Illinois where singer/guitarist John Mohr and drummer Mike Greenlees were attending Northern Illinois University. Joining Mohr and Greenlees in Tar were original bassist Tim Mescher (only until 1991 and who also played for Snailboy), bassist Tom Zaluckyj and guitarist Mark Zablocki. Zaluckyj and Mohr played unique instruments, crafted of aluminum, designed by Ian Schneller of Specimen Products.[2]

The band released albums on the Amphetamine Reptile and Touch and Go Records labels before disbanding in 1995.
There are 3 different Bandcamp pages to find their releases Amphetamine Reptile years, Touch & go years & Live Releases from the band

Thanks for the Live tape Don Sheluga

01 – Dean Martin
02 – Barry White
03 – Teetering
04 – Unknown
05 – Satritis
06 – Quieter Fellow
07 – Unknown
08 – Giblets
09 – Good Part
10 – Unknown
11 – Lady Steps
12 – Solution 8
13 – Unknown
14 – Theme
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Mad Scene Live

The Mad Scene included Hamish Kilgour (of New Zealand’s The Clean) on guitar/vocals, Lisa Siegel on guitar/vocals, and, eventually, former Go-Betweens bassist Robert Vickers.
Live recordings of 2 early shows in Philadelphia from the Khyber (1992) & JC Dobbs (1995)

Thanks to Rob Strong for figuring out song titles

Khyber Pass 4/9/92

01 – Watertanks.mp3
02 – Silhouette.mp3
03 – Eye.mp3
04 – Whats Going On.mp3
05 – Whole World.mp3
06 – Holding Pattern.mp3
07 – People to Talk To.mp3
08 – Paper Plane.mp3
09 – Falling Over Spilling Over.mp3
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JC Dobbs 5/31/95

01 – Choose.mp3
02 – Whole World.mp3
03 – Silhouette.mp3
04 – Sealight.mp3
05 – Change.mp3
06 – Transatlantic Telephone Conversation.mp3
07 – Watertanks.mp3
08 – Hoping.mp3
09 – People to Talk To.mp3
10 – Falling Over Spilling Over [End Cut].mp3
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Giant Sand – Live Khyber Pass April 6th 1990

Howe Gelb’s Giant Sand is the most resilient and consistently inventive American band of the last two decades–part of the well spring of the Tucson musical dynasty.
Along with Thin White Rope I thought Giant Sand was one of the most under-rated sort of country/indie/psych/whatever bands of the 90;s
(Again I will try to figure out the song titles later but I wanted to get this up)
Thanks for the tape file Don Sheluga

01 – Unknown
02 – Unknown
03 – Unknown
04 – Unknown
05 – Unknown
06 – Unknown
07 – Unknown
08 – Unknown
09 – Unknown
10 – Unknown

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D Generation

D Generation
D Generation was a Glam/Punk/Rock band originally around from 1991-1999 Jesse Malin is the singer who is now a well known solo artist. Jesse and guitarist Danny Sage were in the New York Hardcore band Heart Attack who released a couple of records in the early 1980s. The bass player was Howie Pyro who in 1978-79 was in a New York Punk band called The Blessed.(with the late Walter Lure) and Michael Wildwood on drums
Here are three live tapes from the mid-90s from Barbary, Dobbs & Khyber.
Thanks for the tape files Brett Noise Addiction II

Barbary

Barbary, Philadelphia 11-06-92

01 – No Way Out
02 – Guitar Mafia
03 – Feel Like Suicide
04 – Vampire Nation
05 – Soda Jerk
06 – Wasted Years
07 – Frankie
08 – Degenerated

Dobbs

J.C. Dobbs, Philadelphia 3-27-93

01 – Wasted Years
02 – Feel Like Suicide
03 – No Way Out
04 – Working on the Avenue
05 – Frankie
06 – Vampire Nation
07 – Degenerated

Khyber

Khyber Pass, Philadelphia 6-11-94

01 – Frankie
02 – Stealin Time
03 – No Way Out
04 – Feel Like Suicide
05 – Sins of America
06 – Vampire Nation
07 – Degenerated

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Rockula Live from the Khyber – Philadelphia 5-08-98

Rockula

Rockula were a late 1990s Garage Punk band from Philadelphia. They existed only 6 months in which time they recorded one three song demo and played a few shows. Unfortunately, they never released a record or CD. This show was recorded from the audience and is of good sound quality.

Rockula was Geeta Dalal – vocals (now in RunHideFight), Rob Giglio on drums (Mothra, Blue Train, Stinkbomben, Beretta 76, now in Creem Circus), Margit Detweiler – Keyboards, Roland Sotello -Bass and the late Wayne Hamilton on Guitar.

01 – This Song Should Be A Hit
02 – Big Muff Pie
03 – Cowboy Song
04 – He’s A Jerk
05 – Socks for Christmas/Chihuahua Girl
06 – I’m the Tops
07 – I’m Your Man [Small Faces]
08 – Tell Me Your Name
09 – Charlene
10 – Title Unknown
11 – He’s A Whore [Cheap Trick]
12 – Atomic Dust

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Thanks for sending this to me Brett Noise Addiction II

Dirt Search Headlight

Dirt Search Headlight

Dirt Search Headlight – Live Khyber Pass, Philadelphia 1995

Dirt Search Headlight were former members of Red Herring and Carnival of Shame. They played around Philly for a couple of years, recorded some demos but never released anything. Unfortunately I don’t have the whole show tape it was lost it except for this one song.

Australia

If you want more you can get their demo on this page. Also some live videos also from the Khyber here

Thanks for sending this to me Brett Noise Addiction II

CakeKitchen – Khyber 6/25/92

CakekitchenCakeKitchen is Graeme Jefferies with various other musicians. Graeme had been in Nocturnal Projections and This Kind of Punishment with his brother Peter Jefferies. I’m not 100% sure but judging by the time frame it was probably Graeme with bassist Rachael King and drummer Robert Key. This show was on June 25, 1992 at the Khyber opening for Seam. Lots of tracks off the World of Sand album and the earlier Time Flowing Backwards album. Greame is still putting out releases – the latest is Kangaroos In My Top Paddock. For more on Cakekitchen (including buying cd’s directly from the band) check out the Cakekitchen Facebook Page.

Audio files

01 – ?
02 – Airships
03 – This Perfect Day
04 – Big Fat Mouth
05 – ?
06 – Crimson To Gunmetal
07 – Walking On The Glass
08 – Dave The Pimp
09 – Fahrenheit 451
10 – Tomorrow Came Today

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