Jim Shelley & Book Of Kills

Bonus CDs

I continue to find various interesting live performances (mainly from 2004 on at which point I began to record every single show I played) on old CDs, and hard drives. I listen to them and they sound pretty damned bad, but then I listen to something like the Velvet Underground's LA CAVE 1968: PROBLEMS IN URBAN LIVING and I think what I've got is not so bad after all. The biggest problem (the case in probably 80% of every live BOK/FW recording) is low vocals. Karl Rove shows were recorded on a boom box, so they're just plain bad sound-wise through and through.

Today, I had a lot of chores to take care of, so I really didn't have much time to devote to the Archive. Mainly I did some editing of photographs for the Miscellaneous folder. There'll be a lot of photographs that not more than two or three people have ever seen before. 

I've wondered what sort of physical package I'd put the flash drives in. I found some small cardboard jewel boxes at Walmart this morning that are perfect. I'll do some sort of unique art for each box and probably number and sign them. We're talking small, though!