Lawrence Livermore papers, 1947-2015
Collection Number: 8749

Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Cornell University Library


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Title:
Lawrence Livermore papers, 1947-2015
Repository:
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Collection Number:
8749
Abstract:
Underground zines and magazines, photographs, correspondence and interviews, ephemera, notebooks and other manuscripts, drawings, and associated publications.
Creator:
Hayes, Lawrence W.
Quanitities:
2.4 cubic feet.

Content Description

Underground zines and magazines, photographs, correspondence and interviews, ephemera, notebooks and other manuscripts, drawings, and associated publications.

Biographical / Historical

Lawrence Livermore (nè Hayes) is a seminal American countercultural figure, punk rock musician, record producer, and author, best known as the co-founder of Lookout Records and editor of Lookout magazine.
Through the 1960s and 70s, Livermore took part in a number of countercultural movements on both coasts, as well as in his home state of Michigan. Livermore began to attend punk rock shows in the San Francisco Bay Area. Having grown disillusioned with the hippie movement, and with urban life in general, he moved to a remote mountain wilderness area known as Spy Rock intending to, in his words, "start my own civilization." There, he worked diligently on farming and his zine, Lookout. What started in 1984 as a DIY xeroxed newsletter crafted out of his solar-panel-powered cabin, by 1995 had developed into a 64-page magazine with an international distribution of 10,000 copies. Acclaimed by figures such as Alexander Cockburn and Herb Caen, Livermore's writing often uses personal experience as an entry point. The eclectic content of Lookout ranges from forerunning debates on environmental issues to anti-corporate exposès, from punk rock music "scene reports" to reflections on the history of the counterculture. The magazine also served as a forum of discussion on local issues in both Mendocino and the East Bay punk rock scene.
It is indeed in the San Francisco and East Bay punk rock commons that Livermore found the closest manifestation of the underground, anti-authoritarian, and artistic community that he had longed for since the 1960s. Starting in 1986, Livermore was one of the earliest organizers and volunteers at the non-profit, all-ages, collectively organized music venue Gilman Street Project. In the following decade he played a key role in developing the autonomous cultural apparatus of the East Bay punk scene and, through his writing and his work as a record producer, in shaping punk rock subculture in the United States and abroad.
In 1987, he co-founded Lookout Records with David Hayes, in order to document and distribute the music scene that had emerged out of Gilman. The label went on to produce seminal punk rock and pop-punk acts such as Operation Ivy, Green Day, Spitboy, Crimpshrine, The Mr. T Experience, Yeastie Girlz, and Screeching Weasel. In 1997, he retired from Lookout Records and moved to London, where he lived until he relocated to New York City in 2007.
As a musician, Livermore formed and played in The Lookouts (1985-1990), whose 12-year-old drummer, Tre Cool, went on to play for Green Day. In 1992, Livermore, Chris Appelgren, and Patrick Hynes – his partners at Lookout Records after David Hayes' departure in 1989 – formed the pop band Potatomen. The band recorded and toured until 2000.
From 1987 until 1994, Livermore was a columnist for Maximumrocknroll, the de facto punk bible of the 1980s and 90s, and from 1994 to 2007 wrote a monthly column for Punk Planet magazine. An avid essayist and reporter, he was also a contributor to a number of underground publications, including but not limited to Absolutely Zippo, the Anderson Valley Advertiser, Tales of Blarg, and the seminal queercore zine Homocore. In 2013, he published his first book, Spy Rock Memories, followed by a second volume, How to Ru(i)n a Record Label: The Story of Lookout Records in 2015.

INFORMATION FOR USERS

Preferred Citation

Lawrence Livermore papers, #8749. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.

Separated Materials

List of monographs/serials cataloged separately:
Books by Larry Livermore: - How to Ruin a Record Label: The Story of Lookout Records, 2015 - Spy Rock Memories. 2013
Other works: - Brontez Purnell and Janelle Hessig, The Cruising Diaries - Brian Edge, ed. 924 Gilman, The Story So Far - Robert "Eggplant" Burnett, Absolutely Zippo: Anthology of a Fanzine - Cristy C. Road, Bad Habits - Cristy C. Road, Spit and Passion - John R. Pierson, Weasels in a Box - Maurice W. Tindall, Down to Earth A Mendocino County Life - "M", Cartoons by M - Bruce Anderson, The Mendocino Papers - Nacio Jan Brown, Rag Theater (First edition, soft cover) Works By Gabrielle Bell (Larry's Niece) - When I'm Old and Other Stories - Quand Je Serai Vieille et Autres Histoires - The Voyeurs - Truth is Fragmentary - Ariel Schrag, ed. – Stuck in the Middle - Drawn & Quarterly Showcase No. 4 - Mome (Fall 2006, Spring/Summer 2006, Fall 2005, Winder 2007, Spring 2007, Winter 2006)

SUBJECTS

Names:
Crimpshrine (Musical group)
Green Day (Musical group)
Operation Ivy (Musical group)
Screeching Weasel (Musical group)
Subjects:
Counterculture.
Counterculture -- California -- Berkeley
Gay culture
Gender identity
Popular music.
Punk culture.
Punk rock music.
Punk rock musicians.
Subculture.
Youth.
Zines.
Form and Genre Terms:
Photographs.
Underground press publications.

CONTAINER LIST
Container
Description
Date
Series I. Writing
Journals
Box 2 Folder 28
Notebook
1984
Scope and Contents
Includes customs declarations, lyrics, journals, "List of songs I can play," "How to Run the farm on Spy Rock," first Lookout logo draft.
Box 2 Folder 29
Notebook
1987
Scope and Contents
Includes notes and drafts for Lookout Magazine.
Box 2 Folder 30
Notebook
1988
Scope and Contents
Lookout Magazine/Lookout Records Notebook/Account.
Box 2 Folder 31
Notebook
1988
Scope and Contents
Includes notes from Spy Rock, drafts for Lookout Magazine.
Box 2 Folder 32
Notebook
1992
Scope and Contents
Includes notes from UC Berkeley (for senior thesis) and on Lookout Records .
Box 2 Folder 33
Notebook
1992
Scope and Contents
Includes Potatomen lyrics, notes from Bialystok.
Box 2 Folder 34
Notebook
1992-1996
Scope and Contents
Includes Lookouts lyrics, Lookout Records accounting, notes on Green Day, poems.
Box 2 Folder 35
Notebook
1993
Scope and Contents
London journal.
Box 2 Folder 36
Notebook
1996
Scope and Contents
Potatomen Tour Notebook (drawings by Patrick Hynes, a short story on giving LSD to a member of The Cockettes, notes on the East Bay Scene).
Box 2 Folder 37
Notebook
1997
Scope and Contents
Includes Potatomen lyrics and notes about the East Bay Punk scene.
Box 2 Folder 38
Notebook
1997
Scope and Contents
Includes Potatomen Lyrics and notes from Dublin.
Box 2 Folder 39
Notebook
1998
Scope and Contents
Includes Lookout/Potatomen lyrics and Lookout Records accounting.
Box 2 Folder 40
Notebook
1999
Scope and Contents
Includes miscellaneous notes for Lookout Magazine, notes from London.
Box 2 Folder 41
Notebook
2000
Scope and Contents
Includes Potatomen lyrics and notes on songs.
Manuscripts
Box 2 Folder 24
Truth is a Goddess Upon unpublished poem
1968
Box 2 Folder 25
History As Moral Art
1976
Scope and Contents
Essay written in 1976 at UC Berkeley for David Noel Keightley's Chinese History class.
Box 2 Folder 21
Unpublished Patrick Keane manuscript
1977-1999
creator: Keane, Patrick
Box 2 Folder 23
Unpublished poems
1977
Box 2 Folder 26
The Summer of Love
1977
Scope and Contents
Play produced in San Francisco in January of 1978.
Box 2 Folder 27
Mutate or Die
1979
Scope and Contents
Unpublished novel.
Box 2 Folder 18
Farmer Brown
1983
Box 2 Folder 49
Writings
1984-2011
Scope and Contents
Includes "Nickel-and-diming It Through Junkie Summer" (published in Homocore Issues 1-4, 1988), "Laytonville - Willits - SF - London - Paris a Five-day Tour of Some of Western Civilization's High Points" (Anderson Valley Advertiser, 1987), "Once Upon A Time in the Mountains" (short story published in six episodes in Lookout Magazine 1991-1995), letters to The Laytonville Ledger against Larry Livermore (1987), letters to The Grapevine (1984), and "The Red and the Black" (Alexander Cockburn on Larry Livermore. Published in The Nation, November 30, 1985).
Box 2 Folder 3
Correspondence
1986-2009
Scope and Contents
Includes original correspondence with Aaron Cometbus (1999, 2000, 2009), Janelle Hessig/Blarg (2005), Marco Quinones (Potatomen fan, 2006), a French neighbor responding to Lookout Magazine (1987), Geoff Burrows (Postcard, 1993), Herb Caen (1988/1989), Heather (July 1994), Letter to Wall Street Journal (October 23, 1991), the hardcore band Slapshot to Lookout Records (no date), Olive, Lawrence's aunt (December 89), Patrick Keane (Letter, 2005), Judy and the Loadies (Postcard, 1992), and blank Postcard from Laytonville, CA (1986).
Box 2 Folder 20
Wild In the Streets, Part One
1988
Scope and Contents
Unpublished autobiographical short story about becoming homeless set in 1967, written in 1988
Box 2 Folder 19
At Gilman Street
1991
Scope and Contents
Incipit for a never written Senior Thesis on Gilman Street.
Box 2 Folder 22
Chapter of Ben Weasel's unpublished novel
1994
creator: Weasel, Ben
Box 1
Punk
2005
Scope and Contents
Unpublished autobiography.
Publications
Box 1 Folder 32
Creation
1987-11-1987-12
Scope and Contents
Vol. 3, no. 5. "On Punk
Box 1 Folder 37
Maximum Rocknroll
1987-1994
Box 1 Folder 39
Absolutely Zippo
1988-1998
Box 1 Folder 38
Flipside
1989
Box 1 Folder 36
Interviews by/with Larry
tr-19010, 19016
1991-2016
Scope and Contents
Contains interviews with Livermore by Marc Spitz for the authorized biography of Green Day (2006), with Jan Röhlk for Trust zine (2016), and with Brontez Purnell for Fag School zine (2006). Contains interviews by Livermore with Bruce Anderson for Cometbus #48 "Back to the Land" (2000), Aaron Cometbus for Punk Planet (2002), Bulimia Banquet for Maximum Rocknroll (1987), The Night Birds for Maximum Rocknroll (2012), and Samiam for Samiam Flipside #71 (July-August 1991). Also contains microcassettes with audio recordings of interviews with Cometbus and Anderson.
Box 1 Folder 35
Punk Planet columns
1994-2007
Box 1 Folder 40
Hit List
1999-2002
Box 1 Folder 34
John K. Samson
tr-19011
2000-2001
Scope and Contents
Includes Punk Planet #44 with John K. Samson interview and microcassette containing interview audio.
Box 1 Folder 33
Rancid - Hit List interview
tr-19012-19013
2001-2002
Scope and Contents
Includes typed interview, a copy of the April/May 2002 edition of Hit List in which it appears, and 2 microcassettes containing interview audio.
Series II. Lookout Records
Box 2 Folder 6
Band logos/stickers
1988-1989
Box 2 Folder 15
Catalogs/art
1989
Scope and Contents
Includes original Aaron Cometbus artwork
Box 2 Folder 9
Crimpshrine
1992
Scope and Contents
Contains Crimpshrine's Duct Tape Soup LP booklet.
Box 2 Folder 13
Green Day
1990
Scope and Contents
Contains original Green Day artwork by Shary and fake IRS letter to Green Day (original manuscript created by John Kiffmeyer (aka "Al Sobrante"), included in the Green Day LP 39/Smooth).
Box 2 Folder 5
Lookout profit motive chart
Undated
Scope and Contents
By Walter Glaser.
Box 2 Folder 4
Lookout Records
1987-1997
Box 2 Folder 8
Mr. T Experience
Undated
Scope and Contents
Contains original artwork by Chris Appelgren.
Box 2 Folder 10
Neurosis
1989
Scope and Contents
Contains estimate to record Neurosis LP.
Box 2 Folder 11
Pinhead Gunpowder
1994
Scope and Contents
Contains original booklet paste up by Aaron Cometbus for Pinhead Gunpowder's Jump Salty collection.
Box 2 Folder 17
Potatomen
1992-2000
Box 2 Folder 16
The Lookouts
1985-1989
Box 2 Folder 12
The Queers
1994
Scope and Contents
Contains The Queers' first contract with Lookout Records.
Box 2 Folder 14
The Thing That Ate…Floyd booklet
1988
Box 2 Folder 7
Yeastie Girlz
1988
Scope and Contents
Includes Yeastie Girlz's booklet signed and altered by Robert "Eggplant" Burnett in 1988.
Series III. Photographs
Box 2 Folder 45
Family and Detroit
1947-1965
Scope and Contents
Includes early childhood photographs taken in Livermore's childhood homes in Detroit, Pontiac and in Allen Park, a working class suburb in Downriver Detroit, where his family moved in 1951.
Box 2 Folder 45
Ann Arbor, MI
1967-1992
Scope and Contents
Includes photos taken at the Sunday Free Concerts in Ann Arbor, where the MC5 and The Stooges first came to prominence.
Box 2 Folder 45
Peace march in New York City
1967-04-15
Scope and Contents
Includes photos from the New York City peace march of 1967, which served as a politicizing moment for Livermore.
Box 2 Folder 46
San Francisco/Berkeley
1972-1974
Scope and Contents
Includes photos of friends, lovers, and scenesters from the Bay Area underground scene, including Lawrence's brother Ken, Jack Leary (Timothy's son), and members of the Angels of Lights, the Red Rockets and Mini Mob (as chronicled in Nacio Jan Brown's Rag Theater).
Box 2 Folder 46
New York City
1973
Scope and Contents
Includes photos of Livermore's days in New York City, starting in 1973. Many of the photographs were taken in his studio apartment on the Lower East Side. Includes photos of drag queen Richard Rochester. Some of the photos are taken en route to the Led Zeppelin's show at Madison Square Garden featured in the 1973 film concert The Song Remains the Same.
Box 2 Folder 47
Gay Pride Parades, San Francisco
1980-1984
Scope and Contents
Contains photos of several Gay Pride parades in the city across the 1980s, and features photos of Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Rodney Price (The Cockettes/Angels of Light), and Linda Lou aka "Miss Trendy Burrhead" (from the band G.O.D./Girls on Drugs).
Box 2 Folder 47
Mendocino County
1980-1997
Scope and Contents
Contains photos of Livermore's life on Spy Rock and of the Back to the Land countercultural scene of Mendocino.
Box 2 Folder 48
The Lookouts
1985-1989
Scope and Contents
Includes the first Lookouts photoshoot, candid shots, and documents various shows in Mendocino and at the Gilman Street Project in Berkeley, CA.
Box 2 Folder 48
Early Gilman Era
1986-1992
Scope and Contents
Includes photos of David Hayes and his rat (the zine Tales from the Rat House was named after this rat! In addition to it being a play on the German term "rathaus"), Martin Sprouse, Dave "MDC" Dictor (in drag at the first Homocore show at the Deaf Club, 1988), Robert "Eggplant" Burnett, Sian, Becky Wilson, Donald, Paul Curran, Kain Kong, Jula Bell, Tom Jennings, Joe Britz, Jane Guskin, Tim "Lint" Armstrong, Jesse Michaels, Erika "Crumbly" Hynes, Aaron "Cometbus" Elliott, Jesse "Luscious" Townley, Annie Lalania, Walter Glaser (co-creator of the fictional character Spike Anarkie), Anna Joy Springer, Tre Cool, Patrick Hynes, Green Day, Billie Joe Armstrong, Three Day Stubble, Monsula, The Ex, The Mr. T Experience, Bulimia Banquet, Yeastie Girlz, Blatz, Isocracy, Operation Ivy, Crimpshrine, The Lookouts, MDC, Lookout Records' and Turn It Around's launches at Gilman.
Box 2 Folder 42
Murray Bowles' photos
1986-1994
Scope and Contents
Includes photos of Frank "Dr. Frank" Portman, Jeff Ott, Jack Curran, David Pollack, Alex Laipenieks, Rick Morgan, Lenny Johnson, Jim Gray, Jim Andersen, Ben Sizemore, Tom Jennings, Jake Filth, Eric Yee, Tim Yohannan, Rob Noxious, Joey Perales, Jason Beebout , John "Jughead," Green Day, False Liberty, Scherzo, Filth, Crimpshrine, Fifteen, No Allegiance, Gilman Street, Neighborhood Watch, Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, The Mr T. Experience, MDC, The Lookouts, The Vagrants, Nuisance, East Bay Mud, Monsula, Isocracy, Corrupted Morals, Econochrist, Black Fork, Screeching Weasel, Blatz, Nuisance, Operation Ivy, Special Forces, Sweet Baby Jesus, Capital Punishment, Samiam, Naked Lady Wrestlers, Polkacide, Athena, False Liberty, The Rolling Scabs.Pierson, Jesse "Townley" Luscious, Benjamin "Claude" Owens, Janelle Blarg (aka Janelle Hessig), Jesse Michaels, Chris Appelgren, Ben "Ben Weasel" Foster, Orlando X, Dallas Dennery, Jake "Filth" Sayles, Paul Lee, Robert "Eggplant" Burnett, Kamala Parks, Jon Von Zelowitz, Stacey White, Billie Joe Armstrong, Rich "Lucky Dog" Gargano, Jean Repetto, Dave Henwood, Kiley Henner, Richard Howard-Gibbon, Johnny Hell, Ewan Willey, Dave "MDC" Dictor, Bob Barley. Featured Acts: Green Day, False Liberty, Scherzo, Filth, Crimpshrine, Fifteen, No Allegiance, Gilman Street, Neighborhood Watch, Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, The Mr T. Experience, MDC, The Lookouts, The Vagrants, Nuisance, East Bay Mud, Monsula, Isocracy, Corrupted Morals, Econochrist, Black Fork, Screeching Weasel, Blatz, Nuisance, Operation Ivy, Special Forces, Sweet Baby Jesus, Capital Punishment, Samiam, Naked Lady Wrestlers, Polkacide, Athena, False Liberty, The Rolling Scabs.
Box 2 Folder 43
Eastern European tour with the Mr. T Experience and Fugazi
1992-06
Scope and Contents
Most of these photographs were taken on the road or at punk shows in Prague and Bialystok.
Box 2 Folder 44
Late Gilman era
1993-2002
Scope and Contents
Featured Individuals: Janelle Hessig (aka Janelle Blarg), Ben "Ben Weasel" Foster, Dave Naked, Molly Neuman, Melissa MacArthus, Molly Schnick, Phyllis Forbes, Kamala Parks, Paul Lee, Sarah Kirsch, Davey Whitcraft, Gabrielle Bell, Jess Hilliard, John Denery, Chris Imlay, Scott Kelly, Robert "Eggplant" Burnett, Hugh O'Neill, Julia Kruscher, Sam Dennon, Erika "Crumbly" Haynes, Narduwar the Human Serviette, Rick Seger (aka Susan Seger), Cyrus Comiskey, John "Jughead" Pierson, Chris "B-Face" Barnard, Stacey White, Dan "Vapid" Schafer, Robynn Iwata, Lisa Marr, Grant Lawrence, Chris Gambin, Cathy Bauer, Chris Appelgren, Jeff Bale, Patrick Hynes, Alex Laipenieks, Anna Joy Springer, Marshall Stax, Bill Schneider, Jesse "Luscious" Townley, Michelle "Todd" Gonzales, Tim "Lint" Armstrong,, Pepito Pea, David Carswell, Adam LaBelle, Lisa "G" Germano, Dave Edwardson, Joe King, Geoff Burrows, Mass Giorgini, Aldo Giorgini, Flaviano Giorgini. Featured Acts: The Queers (in studio recording Don't Back Down; original cover photo for Love Songs for the Retarded), Potatomen (on tour), Screeching Weasel, Raooul, Judy and the Loadies, Lookout Records (offices), Neurosis, Cub, The Smugglers, The Tourettes, The Mr. T Experience, Brent's TV, Potatomen, Spitboy, Blatz, Fifteen (photoshoot), Downfall, The Hi-Fives, Hellbillies.
Box 2 Folder 42
Lookout Freakout!
1999
Scope and Contents
Photos taken by Livermore at the Golden Tee miniature-golf course in Castro Valley, California, on the occasion of the closing event for the Lookout! Freakout! Festival. The photos in which Lawrence appear were probably taken by Kristina Fleischer. Includes phots of Erika "Crumbly" Hynes, Patrick Hynes, Chris Appelgren, Mike "Fat Mike" Burkett, The Queers, The Mr T. Experience, Pansy Division, Jesse Michaels, Common Rider, Potatomen, Molly Neuman.
Series IV. Zines
Box 1 Folder 1-2
Absolutely Zippo
1988-1995
creator: Eggplant, Robert
Scope and Contents
Nos. 1-3, 5-8, 11, 16-19
Box 1 Folder 3
Bundle of Sticks
1992
creator: Teg
Scope and Contents
Nos. 3-4
Box 1 Folder 4
Crumbly Lil Bunny
1991
creator: Hynes, Erika
creator: The Saint Mark's Poetry Project
Scope and Contents
No. 1
Box 1 Folder 5
Embedded Voices
2018
Box 1 Folder 6
Homocore
1988-1990
creator: Jennings, Tom
Scope and Contents
Nos. 1-4, 6
Box 1 Folder 7-8
Insubordination Fest Zine '10
2009
Box 1 Folder 9
J.D.
1987
creator: Jones, G.B.
creator: LaBruce, Bruce
Scope and Contents
Nos. 5-6
Box 1 Folder 10
Kween Klyne
1991
creator: Harden, Cia
Scope and Contents
No. 3
Box 1 Folder 11
Life with Picasso
1993
creator: Burrows, Geoff
Scope and Contents
Nos. 2-3
Box 1 Folder 12-14
Lookout Magazine
1984-1999
creator: Livermore, Lawrence
Scope and Contents
Nos. 1-40 1/2
Box 1 Folder 15
Middle Ground
1994-1995
creator: McCreary, Tyson
Scope and Contents
Nos. 2, 5
Box 1 Folder 31
The New Settler
1986-2012
creator: Bosk, Beth
creator: Deines, R.D.
Scope and Contents
Nos. 10 (includes interview with Livermore), 150, 152.
Box 1 Folder 16
Outpunk
1997
creator: Wobensmith, Matt.
Scope and Contents
No. 7
Box 1 Folder 17
Paintspot
1993
creator: Gambin, Chris
Scope and Contents
No. 1
Box 1 Folder 18
Punk Rock Raduno
2019
Box 1 Folder 19
Querencia
2001
creator: Staniforth, Jesse
Scope and Contents
No. 1
Box 1 Folder 20
Ripper
1982
creator: Tonooka, Tim
Scope and Contents
No. 7
Box 1 Folder 21
Tales from the Rat House
1986-1987
creator: Livermore, Lawrence
creator: Hayes, David
creator: Britz, Joe
Scope and Contents
Nos, 1-4, 6-8
Box 1 Folder 22
Tales of Blarg
1991-1992
creator: Hessig, Janelle
Scope and Contents
Nos. 2-3, 5
Box 1 Folder 23
Three
1992
creator: Dennon, Sam
Scope and Contents
No. 1
Box 1 Folder 24
Untitled
1992
creator: Harden, Cia
Box 1 Folder 42
Zine paste up
Undated
Scope and Contents
Contain original art for an unknown zine.
Zines and associated drawings by Gabrielle Bell
Box 1 Folder 25
Book of Black
1998
creator: Bell, Gabrielle
Box 1 Folder 26
Book of Sleep
1998
creator: Bell, Gabrielle
Box 1 Folder 27
Gabrielle Bell Drawings
1983-2010
creator: Bell, Gabrielle
Scope and Contents
Contains a birthday note to Larry with original artwork attached (2010), Farmer Brown illustration (1983), an unknown piece (1990s), and Olive's portrait (2006).
Box 1 Folder 28
Katy Kaminsky
Undated
creator: Bell, Gabrielle
Box 1 Folder 29
Lucky
Undated
creator: Bell, Gabrielle
Box 1 Folder 30
My Affliction
Undated
creator: Bell, Gabrielle
Series V. Ephemera
Box 2 Folder 1
Ann Arbor
1972-1973
Box 2 Folder 2
Ephemera
1989-2015
Box 2
Event passes
2006-2015
Scope and Contents
Contains passes for Rancid tour, Green Day at Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, and Insubordination Fest 2008.
Box 2 tr-19007
Ben Weasel
1989
Box 2 tr-19008
"Wild in the Streets" @ KMUD
1989
Scope and Contents
Radio show co-hosted by Larry Livermore and Chris Appelgren before their partnership in Lookout Records.
Box 2 tr-19009
Lookouts live on KMUD
1985-1989
Box 2 tr-19014-19015
Billie Joe Armstrong
2001
Box 2 tr-19017-19018
Dr. Frank
2002