Don Scorgie was fortunate to have to have a great sound system in the club, and one of the best guys at the mixing board was Alan Paprocki, AKA the legendary Pee Wee (an oxymoronic nickname ‘cuz he was sooo tall). Pee Wee mixed for Personal Effects, Delroy Rebop, the Press Tones, New Math and other national acts. . Fortunately for us, he also ran a line out to a tape deck and made some killer tapes. I’ve been tasked with digitizing the Delroy Rebop & New Math tapes. So, without further delay, here’s a smidgen of New Math live on 3-25-1983:
New Math, Die Trying: [audio:http://www.rockinrochester.com/mp3/dietrying.mp3]
Tags: New Math, Pee Wee, Sound System, Tapes
Fun post, Stan! I’ll let Peep know!
Very cool! I need more!
I can post a whole set if you’d like, but was told there wasn’t enough space to do so. let me know.
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