Thursday, July 13, 2017

Pearl Jam 1998-07-22 Memorial Stadium: Seattle, WA(SV028 - "COMING HOME")

Pearl Jam
July 22, 1998
Memorial Stadium: Seattle, WA

Source: dSBD > dat > cdr > dEdit > cdr > shn > flac

Digital Editing: Glenn Seguin
Artwork: Soonforget

SHN>FLAC by spacedvest


01 Throw Your Arms Around Me (Ed solo; pre-show)
02 Last Exit
03 Animal
04 Spin the Black Circle
05 Brain of J
06 Faithfull
07 Red Mosquito
08 Given to Fly
09 MFC
10 Habit
11 Not For You
12 Daughter/(Beginning to See the Light)
13 Even Flow
14 Off He Goes
15 Better Man
16 Lukin
17 Present Tense

01 Mankind
02 Alive
03 Corduroy
04 Hail Hail
05 Do the Evolution
06 Porch
07 Wishlist
08 Leatherman
09 Leaving Here
10 Fuckin' Up
11 Yellow Ledbetter


Recording Notes:
Channels have been switched so Mike is on the left and Stone is on the right. This is one of the very few true digital stereo soundboards available for a pre-2000 show.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
The band absolutely stands and delivers for this final show of the West Leg of the 1998 tour, and the crowd does likewise. Ed surprises the audience by walking onstage, Rickenbacker in hand, and graces the crowd with an incredible rendition of 'Throw Your Arms Around Me' before Sean Lennon's set. He also introduces the Wallflowers, bopping onstage to 'Emotional Rescue,' the Wallflowers' pre-show music. Later, he greets the crowd: "Are you the same fucks from yesterday? Ya look damn familiar ... actually I think you're better ... so far." Killer versions of 'Faithfull,' 'Do The Evolution' and 'Porch' are highlights. Ed dedicates 'GTF' to "the birds and people that think like them." Stone speaks: "We're gonna kick it up a notch -- with me!" as they go into a great 'Mankind.' Ed starts off the encore by informing everyone that "the Hanson concert hasn't let out yet so we're just gonna keep playing ..." and later says, "I'd like to thank god for the weather but I don't believe in him." Tonight's special guest: airborne Mister Pickles! 'Yellow Ledbetter' again, including the Hendrix riff plus a bit of 'The Star Spangled Banner.' We'll miss you, guys. See you in August.

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Originally compiled by BLG on 5/21/03.
More notes by spacedvest on 12/2/03.


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