Sunday, May 28, 2017

Pearl Jam 2000-08-20 Riverbend Music Center: Cincinnati, OH(SV047 - "BEFORE THE FLOOD")

Pearl Jam
August 20, 2000
Riverbend Music Center: Cincinnati, OH

2.0 Stereo Source: 3-source mix: [Schoeps CCM-4 > Beyer MV-100 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D8 > dat] +
[Schoeps MK5 (cardioid) > R-mod > Sony PCM-M1 > dat] + Multitrack SBD > Official Bootleg #37 (silver)] > shn

5.1 DTS Source:
SBD+AUD DTS Mix using 3 sources:
Front Left Left channel Official Multitrack SBD/Bootleg
Front Right Right channel Official Multitrack SBD/Bootleg
Center Left/Right Mixed to mono -3db Official Multitrack SBD/Bootleg
Surround Left 2-source mix: [Left channel Schoeps CCM-4 > Beyer MV-100 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D8] +
[Schoeps MK5 (cardioid) > R-mod > Sony PCM-M1]
Surround Right 2-source mix: [Right channel Schoeps CCM-4 > Beyer MV-100 > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D8] +
[Schoeps MK5 (cardioid) > R-mod > Sony PCM-M1]
LFE (subwoofer) Left/Right Mixed to mono -3db Official Multitrack SBD/Bootleg

Digital Mixing, Editing, and DTS Creation:
Artwork (version 1):
Artwork (version 2): SF2004 and Allen Robertson

************ DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3 ************

Main Set:
01 Of the Girl
02 Breakerfall
03 Corduroy
04 Go
05 Gods' Dice
06 Even Flow
07 Faithfull
08 Nothing As It Seems
09 Grievance
10 Untitled
11 MFC
12 Habit
13 Wishlist
14 Better Man
15 Rival
16 Sleight of Hand
17 Insignificance
18 Porch

01 encore 1:
02 The Kids Are Alright (^)
03 Given To Fly
04 Do The Evolution
05 Jeremy
06 Once
07 Black
08 Soldier of Love
09 Rearviewmirror
encore 2:
10 "Uke Rap"
11 Soon Forget (^)
12 Yellow Ledbetter

(^) performed by Ed solo

April 30, 2003
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum: Uniondale, NY
13 Crowd
14 Bu$hleaguer
15 USA Rap
16 Know Your Rights
17 Rockin' In The Free World

************ DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3 ************

Dan's Recording Notes
I used EAC in secure mode to extract all tracks at 100% with no reported errors. Cool Edit Pro 2.0 was used to align,
synch the SBD and AUD. CEP2.0 used to adjust the volume for the center and LFE channels. Surcode CD Pro DTS was
used to encode to DTS. -3db was NOT applied to the rear channels. Both the SBD and AUD sources for the front and
rear channels were left at their original levels.
- Shn conversion done by 12/01/03

Artwork Notes
There are four sets of artwork included, two versions for each mix of the show (the DTS and the Stereo mixes). The first version of the artwork for each mix was created by with his initial release. There is also a second version for each mix that was created by SF and spacedvest; this version also includes artwork for a multiple page "booklet" insert if you print out the pieces and staple them together.

If you want do not want to use the booklet and want to use the traditional front and back insert, it is recommended to use the page 4 and 5 artwork as the inside of the insert.

Show Notes
(thanks to Five Horizons)
Early in the show, someone in the audience hands Ed an infamous Who bootleg titled Tales From The Who. Ed looks really pleased and deliberately goes and shows it to the rest of the band. During 'Even Flow,' Ed pours wine into two fan's cups (and even onto a shirt tossed on stage). He acknowledges screwing up the lyrics: "Summer's on it's way [screws up] Dealing, fucked up the words already." During Mike's solo in 'NAIS,' Ed comes over to him, picks up his cigarette from the floor, takes a few drags, then puts it back in Mike's mouth. 'Untitled' is extended with a second verse. Ed is flexing his biceps sarcastically during many of the songs--partically in 'Rival,' when he also performs a number of crotch-grabs (notably while singing "well hung"). During 'Porch,' Ed ventures out into the crowd like he did in 98. For the first encore, Ed comes out and talks (his first time addressing the crowd this night) about how when they came onstage earlier ... he suddenly remembered the venue ... the last time they were there was with Soundgarden. He also mentions how that the name "Cincinnati" came up before "for some difficult reasons, but I'm gonna play this nex one because of our new bond," leading to 'The Kids Are Alright.' At the end of 'TKAA,' Ed does a Townshend jump and a bunch of windmills. During 'Jeremy,' he sticks one arm through the other arm of his shirt making a gun shape with his hand. During one of Mike's solos, he had a piece of paper that says "thank you!" that an audience member had handed him in his mouth. He holds it there for a minute, then sucks it in and starts eating it, then gets a disgusted look on his face and spits it out. At the beginning of the second encore, Ed introduces the ukulele to the audience: "Ukulele, I'd like to introduce you to Cincinnati. Cincinnati, this is ukulele." Mike includes snippets from Van Halen's 'Ain't Talkin' Bout Love' and Ted Nugent's 'Stranglehold' in the final 'YL' solo, while Stone, Jeff and Ed are cracking up. Instead of the Polaroid (which Ed says he left back in the hotel), he captures the audience with a small video camera.

This is being distributed by in tandem with, 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

Compiled by on December 2003, more notes by spacedvest on 3/14/04.


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