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Old 04-15-2008, 02:43 PM   #61
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Didn't take long for them to pull my videos from YouTube. Oh well, I tried
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Old 04-15-2008, 02:51 PM   #62
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I'm really suprised that PJ is so quick to pull these videos. Everyone paints them as THE pro-fan band...
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Old 04-15-2008, 08:51 PM   #63
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Yeah, I don't understand it either. That's why I put the cover songs up first, since they weren't Eddie's or Pearl Jam's songs in the first place

They're still on my computer though. All Along the Watchtower
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Old 04-15-2008, 09:24 PM   #64
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ive been dying to see pics/videos
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Old 04-16-2008, 03:42 AM   #65
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Do you have Quicktime player? The format of my videos says 3GPP Movie Importer. I can upload to whatever service you want, if you want. It's more for the audio, not the visual, since I was way up in the balcony. Lemme know (or leave an email addy).


ETA, here's 2!

I've uploaded these thru you send it. Hope they work.

I Am Mine
http://download . you send it . com/100D852615F800D7

All Along The Watchtower
http://download . you send it . com/77AAA8D44393C5F2
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Old 04-17-2008, 10:39 AM   #66
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They have been rather picky as of late with videos on youtube at least with the Ed ones. They were a bit strict on thier no camera, no pictures, and no recording, policy.

Anyway, I had a blast with the Ed Vedder shows. I attended 5 Before people start saying that is too many I did weekend shows except for Berkley but that was close to home.

Santa Cruz: was my first show and it was great. Eddie was very relaxed and laid back. He was not pissed off at the funny, dumb, and sometimes innapropriate yelling! I really enjoyed "Forever Young," it was so beautiful hearing it for the first time. Just beautiful.

Berkley 1: Was pretty good but the crowd sucked a bit. I must say that the acoustics and sound of the venue for Berkley was AWESOME! Ed was a bit annoyed with the crowd yelling.

Berkley 2: Everything about it was great! Ed was back to being relaxed and very talkative with the crowd. He talked a lot about his daughter which was so cute. High lights: Sean Penn made an appearence and Ed made a mini roast for him! Hilarious. Then of course we got Mr. McCready!! Mike on the guitar and Ed on drums! AWESOME!!! They also ended with yellowledbetter!

L.A 1: Well, the stars were out abd about. Phil Jackson is so damn tall!! Good show but Ed was beyond pissed with the hecklers shouting crap.

L.A 2: I had the best seats for this one 7th row!! YAY! Great show all around. Jack Irons playing drums to Last kiss, kicked major ass. We also sang happy b-day to Ed's 90 year old grandmother, that was nice. Also, they shut down the beer line early due to the "artists" request. I guess Ed was beyond annoyed from the previous night.

Overall, the shows were amazing. I really didn't care much for Into The Wild music until these shows. I SO LOVE these songs now. I cannot even begin to explain how great it is to hear them live. I listen to the soundtrack a lot more now. My favorite songs he did live were, Setting Forth, No Ceiling (or Reason I'll be according to Ed's daughter), and Guaranteed. Those songs were beautiful live. I also enjoyed hearing "NO MORE" each time it was played. Again, great shows!
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Old 04-18-2008, 02:57 PM   #67
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Security was apparently airtight at the Vancouver show. They had guards cruising the aisles looking for cams.

One local fan told me that the first show was a bit hit-miss, likely due to nerves, but the 2nd show was smooth sailing perfection.

I spoke with a scalper after the show and he was taken aback by demand on tickets. You weren't getting in for less than 100-150 and good tickets were over 200.
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yeah i love the ITW album.
sounds really awesome!!
eddie is gorgeous

MIKE MCCREADY! AH!
damn i wish i saw one of those shows!
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I haven't been able to stop listening to him since the two berkeley shows. He signed my program after the 2nd show.
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I haven't been able to stop listening to him since the two berkeley shows. He signed my program after the 2nd show.

ok, rose...

don't leave us hanging here.. spill it woman..
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I haven't been able to stop listening to him since the two berkeley shows. He signed my program after the 2nd show.
WHAAAT
omg
dude i need to meet eddie
what was he like ...blah blah... you know details!!!
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I attended 5 Before people start saying that is too many
honestly... i could give a rats ass how many shows you go to. i went to 10 u2 shows on vertigo and am going to both garden shows for PJ.

all i wanted to know was how you were able to travel all over the country to see these shows, 'cause as much as i'd love to do that, i simply can't. you answered, so for that.
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You weren't getting in for less than 100-150 and good tickets were over 200.
I saw tickets on ebay for six, seven, and eight hundred dollars - some were over a thousand - and they were selling.

Crazy
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The night of the Wiltern show in L.A., at about 8:00pm (when the opener was to come on), there were at least 100-200 people outside in the wait-list line hoping for tickets. My husband saw tix on ebay (pair) going for at least $800. Insane!
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I saw tickets on ebay for six, seven, and eight hundred dollars - some were over a thousand - and they were selling.
Good pairs seem to go for 500-1000 when sold in advance. The price drops drastically if it's: Last minute, single ticket, crap seat or a motivated seller. For obvious reasons, LA is going to be tougher ticker than Vancouver.

I wonder if the crazy prices had to do with international fans wanted to fly in and see shows, but were prohibited from using the TM onsale.
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