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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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Honolulu, HI (09/26/92)

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Pearl Jam
SV062 – “THE ISLE OF BOOM”
September 26, 1992
Andrew’s Amphitheater
Honolulu, Hawaii

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: soundboard > ? > dat > flac > wav > dEdit > flac (four spots of diginoise patched with soundboard > ?-m > analog (2nd gen) > dEQ > dat > cdr)

Digital Editing: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

01 Release
02 Why Go
03 Deep
04 Jeremy
05 Breath
06 Even Flow
07 improv
08 State of Love & Trust
09 Black
10 improv/jam (Hard to Imagine)
11 Alive (!)
12 Porch
13 encore
14 improv/jam (Throw Your Arms Around Me)
15 Sonic Reducer
16 Rockin’ in the Free World

(!) Mike plays a little tease of “Funk #49” by the James Gang right after song.

Show Recording Notes

The several spots of diginoise have been patched with the analog source…the end result is not perfect, but it is much better than the diginoise. The reason for the “?” in the source lineage right before the dat, is because the main source used has unfortunately been compressed in some way (either by being put onto a minidisk or by being mp3 compressed). It is the only complete circulating recording however. Some other minor pops have also been removed. Very special thanks to Vikas for uncovering this gem.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons)

After a nice ‘Release’ opening, Ed says, “We’re in a beautiful place. Why go home?” leading to guess what song? After a few opening licks of ‘Breath’ are played, the song is announced as ‘A Breath and a Scream,’ as it frequently was called then. Later Ed asks, “Did we meet some of you guys last night? Cause the tickets were good for both nights, right? That’s how I wanted it to work out.” After repeating, “I’m not crazy, I’m not crazy,” they launch into ‘Even Flow.’ A few ‘Hard To Imagine’ riff are played after ‘SOLAT,’ and an improv based on ‘Hard To Imagine’ follows ‘Black.’ Ed tells the crowd, “You’re all gonna die some day; you’re all gonna die fat and old … it’s true,” leading to ‘Alive,’ followed by some guitar noodling. Ed compliments the “pit” likening it to a “Norelco razor” with the three spinning heads. The second set opens with a jam with lyrics based loosely on ‘Throw Your Arms Around Me.’ Ed thanks everyone who they’ve met and says it makes them want to move there and “I wanna have your baby.” After ‘TITFW,’ Ed says goodbye and then asks the lights to be turned back up: “I wanna get a picture of these guys.”

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 existence.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com.

Original text file created on 5/28/04 by vikas@breakerfall.net
Revision compiled during the Eagles-Vikings Monday Night game by spacedvest on 9/20/04.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers – San Francisco, CA (12/31/91)

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Pearl Jam
Nirvana
Red Hot Chili Peppers
SV059 – “JAM LIKE HELL (Platinum Edition)”
December 31, 1991
Cow Palace: San Francisco, CA (Daly City, CA)

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: Nakamichi CM-300s > Sony WM-D6 > analog (master) > cdr > dEdit > dEQ > flac

Taper: M.P.
Editing and Remastering: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

DISC ONE

**Pearl Jam Set**
01 Once
02 (Waiting Room)/Even Flow
03 (Suggestion)
04 Why Go
05 Jeremy
06 Alive
07 Leash
08 (Smells Like Teen Spirit)
09 Porch

**Nirvana Set**
10 intro
11 Drain You
12 Aneurysm
13 School
14 Floyd the Barber
15 Smells Like Teen Spirit
16 About a Girl
17 Sliver
18 Polly
19 Breed
20 Come as You Are
21 Lithium
22 Dumb
23 Territorial Pissings

DISC TWO

**RHCP Set (part 1)**
01 Love Trilogy
02 The Organic Anti-Beat Box Band
03 (No Head No Backstage Pass)
04 Suck My Kiss
05 Subterranean Homesick Blues
06 Funky Crime
07 Give It Away
08 Nobody Weird Like Me
09 If You Have to Ask
10 Stone Cold Bush

DISC THREE

**RHCP Set (part 2)**
01 (Superstar)/Blood Sugar Sex Magic/(Magic Johnson)
02 I Could Have Lied
03 Subway to Venus
04 (Sexy Mexican Maid)/(Fela’s Cock) jam (^)
05 (Fopp)/Special Secret Song Inside (Party On Your Pussy)/(Red Hot Mama)/Me And My Friends
06 Yertle the Turtle/Freaky Styley Medley/(Cosmic Slop)/(Atomic Dog) jam
07 (After Hours)
08 Crosstown Traffic

(^) = includes the New Year’s Eve countdown

Recording Notes:
All three sets are sourced directly from the master, including the elusive RHCP set which seems like it
has never circulated very much, if at all. Edited to even out some volume adjustments the taper did at
the beginning of the PJ and Nirvana sets, smoothed out where the taper paused after “Dumb” and “Me and My
Friends”, and removed a few pops. There is also an unfixable small cut @ 9:28 of disc 3, track 6.

The total time of the first disc is 80:33. Almost all modern cd burners can overburn to a little over 82 minutes
using capable burning software. Check out the net for specifics on what your particular burner can handle, or
you can of course separate the two sets onto two discs if you have any problems.

This release should not be confused with SV023, called “JAM LIKE HELL”. Basically the differences between that
earlier release and this one is SV023 does not include the RHCP set, and there are more cdr extractions in the
source lineage.

Also very special thanks to Dominick Gruber in Germany who spent a good bit of time helping me identify all
the teases in the RHCP set.

Artwork Notes:
The artwork is designed to fit a 3-cd fat “quad” cd style jewelcase. It could be surely modified to fit two
separate traditional jewelcases if desired.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
New Year’s Eve and three great bands! Ed comments, “If I wasn’t in this band, I would still make sure I was here
tonight.” Ed sings part of Fugazi’s ‘Waiting Room’ as an intro to ‘Even Flow.’ A driven performance, with a
particularly intense version of ‘Alive.’ Flea of RHCP assists with vocals during ‘Leash.’ The ‘Teen Spirit’ teaser
(actually the longest teaser I’ve heard) is followed by Stone’s quip, “Just remember, we played it first.” Ed
performs one of his finest stage dives, repeating it later during the ‘Yurtle the Turtle’ encore with the Chili
Peppers.

Repost Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Santiago, Chile (11/16/11)

PEARL JAM
Estadio Monumental
Santiago, Chile
16 November, 2011.

Download: FLAC/MP3

Setlist:

01. Unthought Known
02. Why go
03. Animal
04. Do The Evolution
05. OlÈ
06. Corduroy
07. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
08. Cropduster
09. Evenflow
10. Daughter
11. Setting Forth
12. I Got ID
13. Given To Fly
14. Nothingman
15. Public Image
16. The Fixer
17. Jeremy
18. Encore Break 1
19. Just Breathe
20. Down
21. I Believe In Miracles
22. World Wide Suicide
23. Last Kiss
24. Black
25. Rearviewmirror
26. Encore Break 2
27. Once
28. Betterman
29. Crazy Mary
30. Alive
31. Baba O’Riley
32. Indifference
33. Yellow Ledbetter

Rating: A.
Format: FLAC Lvl 8.
Source: Rare Soundboard Recording.
Lineage: Single .WAV File -> CD Wave Editor -> .WAV Tracks -> FLAC Frontend Lvl 8 -> TLH.
Length: 2h:31m:52s.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – St. Louis – Maryland Heights, MO (07/02/98)

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Pearl Jam
SV065 – “CHANGES”
July 2, 1998
Riverport Amphitheater
Maryland Heights, MO

Download: FLAC/MP3

opening band: Murder City Devils

3-source matrix:
[SBD (mono) -> ALD -> SBM-1 -> D8 -> DAT(M) -> FLAC -> .wav] +
[Schoeps CCM4s -> Aerco -> SBM-1 -> D100 (20th row center) -> DAT(1) -> FLAC -> .wav] +
[AKG460b + ck8 (shotgun) -> EAA-PSP3 -> DTR-80P -> D7 (33rd row center) -> DAT(1) -> FLAC -> .wav -> dEQ]
=> FLAC

DAT>FLAC transfers: DA20mkII -> Audiophile 2496 -> Soundforge -> FLAC frontend -> .flac

Transfers by: cps 01/15/05
Mix by: BLG 07/23/05
Artwork: Allen Robertson

DISC ONE:
01 Intro
02 Oceans
03 Hail Hail
04 Brain of J
05 Spin the Black Circle
06 Tremor Christ
07 Given to Fly
08 In Hiding
09 Corduroy
10 MFC
11 Wishlist
12 Nothingman
13 improv ->
14 Habit
15 Even Flow
16 Daughter/(Institutionalized)

DISC TWO:
01 Immortality
02 Black
03 Alive
04 encore break
05 Do the Evolution
06 Jeremy
07 I Got Shit
08 Better Man/(Save it For Later)
09 Fuckin’ Up
10 Yellow Ledbetter

Note:
This is one of six versions that have made for this show. This particular source is “F” listed below.
“A” = stereo matrix mix by dan@am-dig.com
“B” = DTS 5.1 audio version by dan@am-dig.com
“C” = 6-channel x 24/44 DVD audio version by dan@am-dig.com
“D” = 6-channel x 16/44 DVD audio version by dan@am-dig.com
“E” = DVD-A 24/44 matrix mix by dan@am-dig.com
“F” = stereo matrix mix by BLG

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons/TwoFeetThick):
Excellent show with the opening songs totally rocked out. Band looks really happy and playing great. ‘Oceans’ is a beautiful opener and ‘In Hiding’ is one of the finest versions played. ‘Nothingman’ is introduced as a song about a man who “not only couldn’t change the world … he couldn’t even take care of himself.” ‘Institutionalized’ is a Suicidal Tendencies cover (“I’m not crazy, you’re the one who’s crazy … institution.”) ‘Fuckin’ Up’ is a total surprise! Great crowd.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Boulder, CO (05/05/92)

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Pearl Jam
05-05-92
Glenn Miller Ballroom, University of Colorado
Boulder, CO

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: AKG C460b -> Grace pre-amp -> Casio DA-7
Lineage: DAT(M) 48khz -> dEdit -> dEQ -> FLAC
Transfer: DA-20 -> Monster coax -> DiO 2496 -> CEP 2.1 -> CDWave -> FLAC

01 Intro
02 Oceans
03 Even Flow
04 Why Go
05 Jeremy
06 Deep
07 Alive
08 Black
09 State of Love and Trust
10 Improv/(I’m Not Crazy)
11 Once
12 Colorado jam
13 Porch
14 encore break
15 Suggestion
16 Garden/(Angie)
17 Leash
18 Rockin’ In the Free World

Notes from the original uploader: The EQ was done at the request of the taper and mostly involved cutting some of the lower frequencies.

This is a previously uncirculated tape and a major improvement over the Video which was for a long time the only known source.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – West Palm Beach, FL (08/09/00)

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Pearl Jam
SV068 – “BROKEN HEARTS”
August 9, 2000
Mars Music Amphitheatre: West Palm Beach, FL
Source: Official Bootleg #30 (silver) > EAC v0.95pb3 > wav > flac
Artwork: Allen Robertson

Download: FLAC/MP3

DISC ONE:
01 Oceans
02 Corduroy
03 Grievance
04 Animal
05 Brain of J
06 Red Mosquito
07 Nothing As It Seems
08 Even Flow
09 Faithfull
10 Dissident
11 Thin Air
12 Lukin
13 Not For You
14 Present Tense
15 MFC
16 improv
17 Habit

DISC TWO:
01 Breakerfall
02 Insignificance
03 Rearviewmirror
04 encore 1:
05 State of Love And Trust
06 Do The Evolution
07 Better Man
08 Elderly Woman
09 Go
encore 2:
10 Leaving Here
11 Rockin’ In The Free World

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons/TwoFeetThick):
After ‘Red Mosquito’ Ed addresses the crowd, saying it’s a beautiful night, beautiful day – he’d forgotten he had to work that evening, “but this doesn’t feel like work.” He thanks someone for driving him around all day, looking for waves that apparently didn’t exist. “The only thing that was breaking was my heart.” Before ‘Even Flow,’ Ed says “This is a song called ‘Paralyzed Big Baby.'” The crowd is singing along with ‘Not For You’ and Ed changes it to “small my table, seats just one …”. A bright, long-lasting shooting star is sighted by many in the crowd during ‘MFC,’ resulting in loud cheering. The improv before ‘Habit’ which relates to ‘Habit’ the way ‘Untitled’ relates to ‘MFC’: “I’m paralyzed, I’m in your eye. I’m not afraid of dying, ’cause I’ve got time …” The “speaking as…” break in ‘Habit’ is “sending a message to the surf gods.” During ‘RVM,’ Jeff and Ed do an extended forward lean into each other [did anyone get a photo of this?!]. Ed throws his guitar in the air and misses catching it on the way down, but it doesn’t land hard. When they return for the encore, Ed toasts the crowd, and says the band is fortunate to have thismany people who want to listen to their music. During ‘Go,’ Mike plays the guitar behind his head and Edswings the mic, which is becoming as normal as him fucking up the words to ‘Even Flow’ (which he does tonight). During ‘RITFW,’ someone throws a tshirt onstage and Ed puts it on. It reads: “No Bush 2000.”

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 existence.
If the artwork is not included, you can find it at blackredyellow.com.

EAC and FLAC by spacedvest (EAC Offset = +103; FLAC Level = 8).
Compiled by spacedvest on 8/15/05.

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

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Pearl Jam
SV070 – “VFC READING”
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

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Toledo, OH (10/02/04)

Pearl Jam
SV071 – “VFC TOLEDO”
October 2, 2004
Toledo Sports Arena: Toledo, OH

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: [Schoeps > DAT] + [DPA4022 > SX-M2 > SBM-1 > D100] > CD Wave > FLAC
Tapers: Schoeps Mafia, George Wang
Mix/Edit: Leehro
Artwork: The Anonymous Fan

Disc 1:
01. Intro 00:30.08
02. I Am A Patriot 03:33.57
03. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away 02:57.37
04. Intro 01:23.29
05. Long Road 05:07.02
06. Corduroy 05:01.27
07. Hail Hail 03:36.09
08. Save You 03:47.00
09. The American In Me 02:57.65
10. Cropduster 04:02.50
11. I Am Mine 03:45.15
12. Wishlist 09:33.00
13. Better Man 04:56.45
14. I Believe In Miracles 03:58.10
15. Even Flow 07:14.45
16. Bleed For Me 03:57.23
17. Alive 06:22.13

Total: 72:43.60

Disc 2:

01. Encore Break 1 00:43.12
02. Thumbing My Way 04:27.70
03. Elderly Woman 03:47.38
04. Black 09:43.33
05. Encore Break 2 02:39.29
06. Harvest Moon^ 05:39.02
07. Encore Break 3 00:52.10
08. All Along The Watchtower+ 08:05.68
09. Act Of Love% 05:35.00
10. Cortez The Killer# 10:19.13
11. Rockin’ In The Free World% 10:31.58 – Missing

Total: 62:24.33

^ with Neil and Pegi Young
+ with Neil Young
% with Neil and Pegi Young and Peter Frampton
# with Neil Young and Peter Frampton

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons/TwoFeetThick):
Big, big show with Neil Young heard soundchecking with the band. Toward the start of the show, Ed quote some statistics:
“Four percent of the whole US population is in Ohio. You account for 25% of the jobs that have been lost in the last four years. That’s staggering. And this is a swing state?” At the end of the acoustic set, Ed says something about a friend “… who came a long way, I thought to see us, but really I think he came out to see you” and Neil and Pegi Young take the stage. ‘Harvest Moon’ ends the acoustic set and is just Ed and Pegi on vocals with Neil playing acoustic guitar. The encore songs include Neil (obviously) and the final three songs also include Neil’s wife Pegi, plus Peter Frampton For ‘Act of Love,’ Ed and Pegi stand to one side providing vocals, with Neil fronting. Neil tells the crowd to get friends registered to vote and “… maybe we can turn this whole thing around.”

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Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Pearl Jam – Grand Rapids, MI (10/03/04)

Pearl Jam
SV072 – “VFC GRAND RAPIDS”
October 3, 2004
Delta Plex: Grand Rapids, MI

Download: FLAC/MP3

Source: [Schoeps > DAT] + [Dynamic Audio Binaurals > DA-120F > IRiver 120] > CD Wave > FLAC

Tapers: Schoeps Mafia, sullen
Mix/Edit: Leehro
Artwork: The Anonymous Fan

Disc 1:
01. Intro 01:07.56
02. Dead Man 04:21.22
03. Throw Your Arms Around Me 03:52.72
04. Gob Roberts Intro 01:33.61
05. Intro 00:29.43
06. Breakerfall 02:42.59
07. Last Exit 02:32.27
08. Save You 03:47.36
09. Do The Evolution 03:55.19
10. Even Flow 07:31.58
11. Light Years 04:47.50
12. Sad 03:20.44
13. Not For You 05:29.09
14. Whipping 02:45.28
15. 1/2 Full 04:53.51
16. Bleed For Me 03:40.14
17. Blood 03:18.15

Total: 60:09.64

Disc 2:
01. Encore Break 1 03:46.15
02. Millworker 04:43.45
03. Elderly Woman 04:30.48
04. Footsteps 05:25.44
05. Masters Of War 06:31.30
06. Crazy Mary 07:56.00
07. Encore Break 2 00:47.34
08. Given To Fly 04:49.73
09. Daughter 08:13.22
10. Insignificance 05:20.37
11. The New World 03:58.69
12. Kick Out The Jams 03:43.18
13. Encore Break 3 01:36.48
14. Alive 06:01.18
15. Yellow Ledbetter 05:48.14

Total: 73:12.65

From the original uploader:

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons/TwoFeetThick):Show begins with a great run of high energy songs. ‘Light Years’ is dedicated to Johnny Ramone and ‘Sad’ is dedicated to Linda. A new cover,’Millworker’ is by James Taylor, and starts the acoustic set with Ed
playing solo. ‘Masters Of War’ includes the changed lyrics,”… for threatening my daughter, just born and just named.” The ‘Song X’ tag is particularly appropriate given the times and the cause. Tim Robbins helps out with ‘The New World’ again. The second encore concludes on a high note with another new cover, ‘Kick Out The Jams’ by the radical, Michigan-based band, the MC5. Solid show and setlist.

Technical Notes:
The complete set of Vote For Change shows are being mixed/remastered and distributed by theskyiscrape.com in tandem with blackredyellow.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, team dz, sullen, and blackredyellow.com

Compiled 09/24/2005 by Leehro