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08-29-2011, 12:23 PM
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What is your show count at? Just curious...
Only about 10. Took WAY too much time off from concerts. Saw them in Columbus last year and said I HAD to get to more shows. Went to NYCII last year. Flew to Oakland to see Eddie solo this summer.

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09-04-2011, 02:24 AM
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First night was sick but such a tease. Set list that I can remember:

Release, Deep, Once, Porch, Better Man, Rear View Mirror

Then Chris Cornell came out for a SICK Temple of the Dog set.

Stardog Champion (Mother Love Bone)
Say Hello to Heaven (TOTD)
Reach Down (TOTD) - Best number of the night

Encore was "Kick out the Jams" with Mark Alm of Mudhoney.

Pretty much they fluffed and ******** me for tw0 hours and fifteen minutes then stopped before I finished so the hour and a half drive home I was left erect and blue balled.

They're saving the good stuff for tomorrow: Black, Alive, Jeremy, Even Flow, Go, Daughter, Elderly Woman, Spin the Black Circle, Corduroy. That's my wish list.

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09-04-2011, 02:46 AM
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QOTSA and Mudhoney were AWESOME as well tonite.

Seeing CC play 4 songs with them was great, his voice was perfect tonite.

Heard 4 songs from 10, and none of the big 4. Tonite was for DEEP PJ fans. I agree that tomorrow looks like "Best Of"

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09-04-2011, 02:50 AM
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01. Release
02. Arms Aloft-(Bullen, Shields, Slatterly, Stafford, Strummer)
03. Do The Evolution
04. Got Some
05. In My Tree
06. Faithfull
07. Who You Are w/ Joseph Arthur, Liam Finn, Glen Hansard (bg vocs). Glen Peterson (percussion)
08. Push Me, Pull Me
09. Setting Forth
10. Not For You w/ Julian Casablancas
11. In The Moonlight w/ Josh Homme
12. Deep
13. Help Help
14. Breath
15. Education w/ Liam Finn
16. Once
17. State Of Love And Trust w/ Dhani Harrison
18. Betterman/Save It For Later-(Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling)
19. Wasted Reprise
20. Life Wasted

ENCORE BREAK 1

21. Rearviewmirror
(For Mother Love Bone & Temple Of The Dog songs Chris Cornell sings lead. Eddie Vedder & Glen Hansard sing background vocals. Liam Finn joins Ed & Glen on "Reach Down")
22. Stardog Champion w/ Chris Cornell-(Ament, Fairweather, Gilmore, Gossard, Wood){Mother Love Bone}
23. Say Hello 2 Heaven-(Cornell)
24. Reach Down-(Cornell)
25. Hunger Strike {Eddie Vedder duet vocal}-(Cornell)
26. Love, Reign O'er Me-(Townshend)
27. Porch

ENCORE BREAK 2

28. Kick Out The Jams w/Mudhoney-(Davis, Kramer, Smith, Thompson, Tyner)

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09-04-2011, 08:09 AM
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I've always preferred VS to Ten although Black is one of my favorite songs they've done.
Was coming in here to post the same thing.

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09-04-2011, 11:06 AM
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09-04-2011, 01:03 PM
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09-05-2011, 02:55 AM
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09-05-2011, 10:57 AM
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(day two)

01. Wash
02. The Fixer
03. Severed Hand
04. All Night w/guests singing bg voices
05. Given To Fly-(for Dennis)
06. Pilate
07. Love Boat Captain
08. Habit w/ Liam Finn
09. Evenflow
10. Daughter/It's OK-(Cole)
11. Leatherman
12. Red Mosquito w/ Julian Casablancas
13. Satan's Bed
14. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter A Small Town w/ Dhani Harrison
15. Unthought Known (before playing the song Ed thanks Brendan O'brien the "seventh member" of the band for all his help)
{Ed introduces John Doe. John discusses not losing hope and Ed mentions the West Memphis Three and thanks those that helped and supported them.}
16. New World w/John Doe-(Doe)
17. Black
18. Jeremy

ENCORE BREAK 1
19. Eddie improv/new song (performed solo by Ed on acoustic guitar)
20. Just Breathe
21. Nothingman
{Ed talks about Stone and Jeff's 25 years together and different leaders of the band and wanting to play a Stone song that Stone was willing to skip.}
22. No Way
23. Public Image-(Public Image Limited)
24. Smile w/ Glen Hansard
25. Spin The Black Circle-(dedicated to independent record store owners and customers)

ENCORE BREAK 2
Chris Cornell wishes Pearl Jam a happy 20th birthday
26. Hunger Strike {Eddie Vedder duet vocal}-(Cornell)
27. Call Me A Dog-(Cornell)
28. All Night Thing-(Cornell)
29. Reach Down w/ guests singing bg vocs-(Cornell)
30. Sonic Reducer w/ Mudhoney-(Bators, Blitz, Chrome, Magnum, Thomas, Zero)

ENCORE BREAK 3
Ed and Jeff thank all the opening acts for playing with them and a special thanks to Boom Gasper for playing with band for 10 years. Ed also thanks Matt Cameron calling him one of the greatest drummers alive and thanking him for keeping the band alive
31. Alive
Ed thanks family, friends, and crew
32. Rockin' In The Free World w/ lots of guests, friends and family-(Young)
33. Yellow Ledbetter/Star Spangled Banner

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09-05-2011, 01:16 PM
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Absolutely breathtaking show. I really have no words.

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09-05-2011, 01:34 PM
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I saw both PJ20 shows and I was dissapointed, at least in the 1st show, I am not a diehard, I like VS and I like most of Vitalogy and Ten, after that I can't get into anything Pearl Jam did

If they had played Rats I would have been satisfied, but with the disappointing 1st show and the good 2nd show, it made for a disappointment

I also could have done without 4 songs each night from Temple Of The Dog

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09-05-2011, 01:42 PM
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To each his own. Seeing Temple of the Dog twice is something you'll likely never see live again. I was hoping they'd play Corduroy but other than that the second night was pitch perfect.

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09-05-2011, 02:05 PM
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I saw both PJ20 shows and I was dissapointed, at least in the 1st show, I am not a diehard, I like VS and I like most of Vitalogy and Ten, after that I can't get into anything Pearl Jam did
Well there's your problem then, because night one looks like it was for the diehard fans with the rarities they played. I can see why you wouldn't like it.

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09-05-2011, 06:45 PM
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Outside of family things, I never have been so filled with joy than this weekend.

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This one has pretty good sound quality.

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Definately one of my Faves that never gets old.

I first listened to this when my Brother got a copy and I loved it straightaway that I had to have a copy of Ten made.

Ten was the first Cassette I listened to in the car after I obtained my Drivers Licence. Over the years, I have trashed at least half a dozen Cassette copies of 10 because I loved to play this on a regular basis and even if I am in a car and the driver plays Ten, I never argue with them...haha

I now have this in my iTunes Library (and on my iPod) titled "The Bestest Driving Music" (because it's true).

BTW, even my Mother loves Ten (and we kids are terrible at rebelling against Music) and my Brother went to their Brisbane concert when Pearl Jam first toured Australia in the mid 90's.

I love most songs and if anything, I love to play Release Me at night in the car as I am driving, I love Alive, Evenflow and others (im not fussed on Jeremy).

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'Ten' was a great album, loved 'Garden' and 'Release' as they weren’t played to death on the radio. The next 2 were great 2, but they felt more rushed but still, 'elderly woman behind the counter in a small town' is probably my favorite song by them. Oh ya, 'Crazy Mary' was another awesome song.

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09-12-2011, 07:34 AM
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They apparently took the roof off in Toronto last night....Neil Young showed up to close the show with Rockin' in the Free World.

http://www.hennemusic.com/2011/09/vi...rl-jam-in.html

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/ne...wenty-20110912

Above is a link to the PJ20 album which you can stream for free, fyi.

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Only Pearl Jam album I like

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They apparently took the roof off in Toronto last night....Neil Young showed up to close the show with Rockin' in the Free World.
It was absolutely nuts in there, I'm sure they'll top it tonight. Mike obliterated "Nothing As It Seems", I've never seen him play as good as last night.

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It was absolutely nuts in there, I'm sure they'll top it tonight. Mike obliterated "Nothing As It Seems", I've never seen him play as good as last night.
I'm jealous. Great set list. I am flying to Vancouver in 10 days to see them there for their last North America show this year. I'd take that exact setlist (which they never do and won't happen)

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Thanks for the album stream. Did you get the Live at the Morse CD they sent out to the Ten Clubbers?

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I saw them perform this album live before it first came out at a club (the now defunct RCKNDY in Seattle). It was the night they filmed the video for 'Alive'. It was an awesome night that I'll never forget. The night was as follows:

Opening Band -> Pearl Jam Set (Basically all of 'Alive') -> 15 minute break -> Filmed the video for 'Alive' -> 10 minute break -> Chris Cornell & Matt Cameron (then of Soundgarden) came out and did a 'Temple of the Dog' set with the band.

This is one of my top 3 live shows I've ever seen.
That would be a sweet show to attend.

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I was offered a ticket to this show:



No, I had a date.

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It's hard to pick just one from the Ten album - Alive, Jeremy, Black, but I think I'd have to go with Even Flow.

I also really liked their Vitalogy (Corduroy, Better Man) album.

Pearl Jam brings back memories of my early teenage years when I began appreciating music more.

I was coming to post their new Olé single in the "Listening to" thread when I saw this thread first and thought I'd post it here. You can download it for free here: http://www.pj20.com/countdown/


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