1. Single Camera Video shoot in Everett, Washington. Recorded with a Hitachi FP-21 Tube Camera and PZM microphones. This show was shot at the Everett VFW Hall. It was shown on Live Meltdown in 1989 in Everett and Seattle on local cable television. This was Live Meltdown show #21. The introduction was done by Jeff Gilbert and two other Metal heads at a music store in Lynnwood, Washington. This intro was taped after a release party by Metal Church. This is 4x3 aspect ratio video shot on 3/4 inch video tape. Live Meltdown was Produced by Richard Green and Morris Gattegno in Everett, Moshington. Special Thanks to Neil and Dean Babbitt of Coven. All rights belong to Coven.

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  2. First band I shot. It aired on local Seattle Cable TV. Astor Park was located in basically what is known as Belltown. A few members of the band were noted for their participation in Culprit and My Sister's Machine. The video was shot mostly in a static wide shot. Sound was acquired by PZM and Shotgun microphones. As was the case with most of the early shoots, the sound is from the PA speakers and not a board feed. I covered up a few of the early graphics but at the end of the video there are some of the old graphics which look very Cheesy today.

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