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The Beertonez: The Tapes Have Been Digitized!!

Being unemployed has its up-side.

While doing my online job search, I simultaneously spent time with all of the audio cassettes I could find from 1984/85. Considering that I bought some of them from the convenience store for only 89 cents, it's amazing that they're still mostly good.

At this point, I suspect that only a few rogue tapes may be around, but I've not yet encountered them.

Below is a list of what I have digitized. All files are in WAV format.

If you are interested in having some (or all) of these files, you can email me (drumwild@gmail.com). PayPal "gifts" are accepted at the same email address.

Thanks - Dan

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The Beertonez
1984-85 School Year
Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana
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THE OUTPOST
Live Performance (Dan's first show with the band)
October 20, 1984

Cuozzo (Jim Burnett): Vocals
Dan Snellenbarger / Backup Vocals: Bass
John D. Ross: Guitar
Mike Crisci: Rhythm Guitar
Melanie Hostettler: Drums

Stepping Stone
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Who Killed the Clownz
C'mon and Dance
Cocaine
Walkin'
Brown Sugar
Rainy Day
She's Just a Bitch
Come Together
College Girls
Bad Boy Billy (Blues)


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STUDIO RECORDINGS
Recording Session
November 20, 1984

Cuozzo (Jim Burnett): Vocals
Dan Snellenbarger: Bass / Drums / Backup Vocals
John D. Ross: Guitar
Mike Crisci: Rhythm Guitar

Walkin
Live Wire
College Girls
Who Killed The Clownz
Girl of My Dreams
Mony Mony (Billy Idol)


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OTHER STUDIO RECORDINGS
1984 (Exact Date Unknown)

Cuozzo (Jim Burnett): Vocals
Dan Snellenbarger: Bass / Backup Vocals
John D. Ross: Guitar
Mike Crisci: Rhythm Guitar
James Anderson: Drums

Tie Your Mother Down (Queen)
C'mon and Dance
Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis Presley) - James Anderson at the end, "I broke a stick."
Mystery Dance (Elvis Costello)
Mony Mony (Billy Idol)
Pride (In the Name of Love) (U2)
Smokin in the Boys Room (Brownsville Station)
Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix)
Partial Free-Form Jam (Unnamed)


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SOLO AND MISC
Dec.1984-85 (Exact Dates Unknown)

Doin' Her Thing
Lonely Girl
If I Could Change (Weak Vocal Signal)
Instrumental With More Cowbell (backward masking at the end)
If I Could Change (Better Vocal Signal)
Girl of My Dreams (w/Cuozzo)

Cuozzo (Jim Burnett): Vocals
Dan Snellenbarger: Everything else


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712 QUEEN STREET
Live Performance
March 8, 1985

Cuozzo (Jim Burnett): Vocals
Dan Snellenbarger: Bass / Backing Vocals
John D. Ross: Guitar
Dwight "Kilo" Keillor: Keys
James Anderson: Drums

Jumpin' Jack Flash (Rolling Stones)
Summertime Blues (The Who)
Walkin'
Brown Sugar (Rolling Stones)
D'yer Mak'r (Led Zeppelin)
American Woman (The Guess Who)
Back in the USSR (The Beatles)
Live Wire
She's Just A Bitch
Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh)
Beertonez Theme Song
Satisfaction (Rolling Stones)
Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis Presley)
Cocaine (Eric Clapton)
Smokin' in the Boys Room (Brownsville Station)
Psycho Killer (Talking Heads)
Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith)
Mystery Dance (Elvis Costello)
Who Killed the Clownz
* Announcement
Stepping Stone (The Monkees) w/Drum Solo by James Anderson
Bad Boy Billy
Tie Your Mother Down (Queen)
Wild Thing - Partial File (The Troggs)


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Menk Hall
Live Performance
April 4, 1985

Cuozzo (Jim Burnett): Vocals
Dan Snellenbarger: Bass / Backing Vocals
John D. Ross: Guitar
Dwight "Kilo" Keillor: Keys
James Anderson: Drums

Jump (Van Halen)
Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix)
I Will Follow (U2)
Grapevine (Credence Clearwater)
New Year's Day (U2)
Mystery Dance (Elvis Costello)
You Can't Always Get What You Want (Rolling Stones)
Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis Presley)
Jumpin' Jack Flash (Rolling Stones)
Brown SUgar (Rolling Stones) - Track 9
Mony Mony (Billy Idol) - Track 10
Hello, I Love You (The Doors) - Track 11
Jump Back (original blues jam)


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705 Ace Street
Live Performance
May 10, 1985
(Possibly our final live performance)

Cuozzo (Jim Burnett): Vocals
Dan Snellenbarger: Bass / Backing Vocals
John D. Ross: Guitar
Dwight "Kilo" Keillor: Keys
James Anderson: Drums

Come Together (The Beatles) - Partial File
Jumpin' Jack Flash (Rolling Stones) - Has a record interruption in the middle of the song.
Summertime Blues (The Who)
Stepping Stone with Drum Solo and Impromptu Jam (The Monkees)
Walkin
Tie Your Mother Down (Queen)
*The cops show up!

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