Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Seattle, WA (11/05/00)

Pearl Jam - Seattle, WA (11/05/00)

Pearl Jam
SV039 – “GRIMLOCK DESTROYS SEATTLE”
November 5, 2000
Key Arena: Seattle, WA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Show Source: Official Bootleg #71 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac
Ed’s Solo Preset Source: Audio Technica 933 (hypercardoid) > Sony PCM-M1 > dat > cdr > flac

Artwork: Allen Robertson

DISC ONE
Ed’s solo preset:
01 Throw Your Arms Around Me

Pearl Jam main set:
02 Long Road
03 Breakerfall
04 Corduroy
05 Whipping
06 Gods’ Dice
07 Animal
08 Given To Fly
09 Nothing As It Seems
10 Daughter/(Bull In The Heather)/(Beautiful Way)
11 MFC
12 Lukin
13 Wishlist
14 Better Man
15 Even Flow
16 Crown of Thorns ($)
17 Black

DISC TWO
01 Do The Evolution
02 Insignificance
03 Rearviewmirror
04 encore 1:
05 Timeless Melody (~)
06 Light Years
07 Elderly Woman…
08 Last Exit
09 State of Love and Trust
10 Spin The Black Circle
11 Last Kiss
12 Porch
encore 2:
13 Parting Ways (^)
14 Yellow Ledbetter/(Little Wing)

($) = Second time ever played by Pearl Jam (first being 10/22/00)
(~) = Performed with members of Supergrass
(^) = Performed with April Cameron (on viola) and Justine Foy (on cello)

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
The first homecoming show. In ‘Long Road’ Ed sings, “And the skies are always grey…” Ed also mentions that sometimes it’s nice to play a show with your house key in your pocket. He later talks about how the typical Seattle weather seemed to follow them around the tour, mentioning Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego. ‘Crown of Thorns’ (once again, to everyone’s surprise) is introduced as “a song that’s older than me.” Ed and Jeff were playing this game all night, they have been doing all these jumps in tandem for the past couple of shows, but tonight they kept trying to psych each other out and pretend one was going to jump, but then they wouldn’t, and start laughing. Someone had brought a huge “VOTE BUSH” banner and hung it from the 200 level; it was removed by two industrious fans before PJ took the stage. Between ‘DTE’ and ‘Insignificance’ Ed acknowledges the previous existence of the banner and said that he couldn’t believe it, and that “Just for tonight, I hope they took them out back and roughed them up a little.” The members of Supergrass were brought out and thanked, and Gary and Ed trade verses on ‘Timeless Melody.’ WARNING – X-rated notes ahead: Afterward, Ed says, “I have a bigger cock than Flea and Patrick Ewing combined, but I don’t want to brag.” Mike illustrates this by holding his hands out to give us a visual. (This was referencing a comment Flea made earlier about how he heard that [new Seattle Sonic] Patrick Ewing had the biggest cock in Seattle, except that now he was in town.) April Cameron and Justine Foy are brought out (with hugs from Ed) to perform the string arrangement for ‘Parting Ways.’ After “Parting Ways,” Jeff grabs Ed’s wine bottle, takes a LONG swig, and then hands it over to Matt, who does likewise. ‘Ledbetter’ is lavishly tagged with ‘Little Wing’ (and there is a Jimi Hendrix photo, torn out of a magazine, taped to Mike’s amp). Really strong, powerfully played show. On the setlist but not played: ‘In Hiding’ and ‘The Kids Are Alright.’

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 1/29/04.

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