Saturday, May 27, 2017

Pearl Jam 1998-03-05 Melbourne Park: Melbourne, Australia(SV042 - "PEOPLE OF THE SEA")


Pearl Jam
SV042 - "PEOPLE OF THE SEA"
March 5, 1998
Melbourne Park: Melbourne, Australia

Source: Sony Music Australian promo > cdr > dEdit > cdr (first 1.5 minutes from webcast > dat > cdr) > flac

Digital Editing: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

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DISC ONE
01 intro
02 Release
03 Brain of J
04 Animal
05 Faithfull
06 In My Tree
07 I Got Shit
08 (Beds Are Burning)/Corduroy
09 Wishlist
10 Even Flow
11 Spin the Black Circle
12 Daughter/(Pebbles)
13 Given to Fly
14 Hail Hail
15 MFC
16 (Crazy Mary)
17 Elderly Woman...
18 Off He Goes
19 State of Love and Trust

DISC TWO
01 Do the Evolution
02 Alive
03 encore 1:
04 Go
05 Black
06 Rearviewmirror
07 Immortality
08 encore 2:
09 Indifference
10 Porch (^)

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(^) = Version played here has an unusual arrangement, starting off much slower than normally played (like the Bridge '96 shows)

Recording Notes:
This is by far the best sounding known source of this show. The only thing that has been cut out is some insignificant talking during the encores by the Triple-J DJ. The channels have also been switched to their correct places (Mike on the left, Stone on the right).

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
The show was broadcast on the radio throughout Australia, and on the internet in real time on JJJ. As is typically the case, the shows get better on second or third nights, and PJ's third show in Melbourne is tremendous. Ed slips in a tribute to the late Michael Hutchence (of INXS) during 'In My Tree' ("I'm so high I hold just one breath, give it to INXS, just like my innocence"). Some guitar chords from Midnight Oil's 'Beds are Burning' lead to a wonderful version of 'Corduroy,' which includes the little stop/start thing during the bridge towards the end. Ed's wonderful baritone comes through on 'Wishlist' and the "Camaro" line is changed to "I wish I was the full moon shining off your bulldozer's hood," plus "I wish I was the sound, of 50 million hands upraised for Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan," and "I wish I was lucky man ... well I guess that I am ... I wish I could share with my friends, oh how many things that I have." 'Even Flow' again awesome, featuring really extended soloing from Mike; very prolific and a manic version of 'StBC' (dedicated to "... all those who work at Triple J and the guys who work at PBS"). The 'Daughter' outtro/improv ("poor little girl screaming traffic in her hair ...") is a Shudder to Think song titled 'Pebbles.' A couple of verses from 'Crazy Mary' lead to 'Elderly Woman.' 'Porch' leads off as the slower version (like Bridge '96), but later speeds into the more familiar, rocked out version.

This is being distributed by blackredyellow.com in tandem with pj.sidewalkcrusaders.com, and is part of a series of the best Pearl Jam shows in existance.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com.

Compiled by spacedvest on 3/17/04.

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