Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Reading, PA (10/01/04)


Pearl Jam
October 1, 2004
Sovereign Center: Reading, PA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Pre-Set Source: Geffel M20 > JKL DVC iii > M1 > FLAC > dEQ > FLAC
(First 25 seconds is CSB > D8 > SHN)
Main Set Source: Schoeps > DAT > SHN > dEQ > FLAC

Tapers: Schoeps Mafia (Main), cps (Pre)
dEQ: Leehro
Artwork: The Anonymous Fan

Disc 1:
01. Don’t Be Shy 03:49.00
02. Growin’ Up 04:02.22
03. Intro 01:14.25
04. Love Boat Captain 05:25.42
05. Animal 02:48.38
06. Brain Of J 02:55.36
07. Do The Evolution 05:34.43
08. Nothing As It Seems 05:52.49
09. Insignificance 04:42.60
10. The American In Me 02:21.32
11. Gimme Some Truth 03:32.66
12. Given To Fly 03:56.72
13. 1/2 Full 05:30.61
14. Sad 03:38.09
15. Go 03:10.10
16. Encore Break 1 07:44.11
17. Soon Forget 03:47.25
18. Elderly Woman 03:45.34
19. Masters Of War 06:03.66

Total: 79:56.26

Disc 2:
01. Intro 00:38.47
02. Nothingman 05:13.06
03. Crazy Mary 10:14.09
04. Last Kiss 03:27.14
05. Daughter 07:38.38
06. Bleed For Me 04:23.43
07. The New World& 03:41.49
08. Alive 08:17.41
09. Baba O’Riley 06:42.49
10. Yellow Ledbetter 05:33.34

Total: 55:50.30

& with Tim Robbins

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons/TwoFeetThick):

After Ed finishes his preset, he says he’s going to read a statement, opens up a piece of paper and talks about bringing a conservative senator for Pennsylvania on stage to give the conservatives fair time. An old man with his legs draped in a flag comes out in a wheelchair and he begins to play a song while the crowd boos. He takes hold of the microphone and seems to be electrocuted and he falls and the lights go down. But when the lights return, it was all an act by Tim Robbins and the Gob Roberts set begins. Poor acoustics at this venue and a stack blows to make it worse. A big highlight is ‘Sad’ (a Binaural outtake appearing on the Lost Dogs release), played at a live show for the first time tonight. The acoustic set begins with Ed saying, “Anybody who is undecided, if you think about it, being undecided is really dangerous, and I have a perfect example: people with mullets. That’s indecision. “Do I want it short? Do I want it long? I just can’t take a stand.'” Then he introduces ‘Soon Forget’: “This is for the rich guys, the really rich guys, who love it when you don’t vote.” Ed later teases that will play ‘Bushleaguer,’ but instead play a “love song” (‘Nothingman’).

Tim Robbins helps out with ‘The New World’ again. Mike totally misses his solo in ‘Baba,’ then realizes he needs to play (with Stone and Ed both looking his way) and botches it.

Technical Notes:
The complete set of Vote For Change shows are being mixed/remastered and distributed by theskyiscrape.com in tandem withblackredyellow.com, as part of the BRY/SV series of the best PJ shows. Each show includes artwork, FLAC Fingerprints, SHNTOOL Reports, and this Text File. If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com

Special thanks to the left coast mafia, cps, team dz, and blackredyellow.com

Compiled 10/01/2005 by Leehro

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