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Old 05-21-2010, 09:38 AM   #901
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30 songs tuesday... 33 songs last night... 36 songs tongiht?

i agree that it doesn't have the b-sides and rare, hardly ever played songs like boston, but fuck what a ton of energy... newark was great, this show was better... can't wait to see what they break out for tonight.
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:20 AM   #902
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Wow, ridiculous set lists. I've been feverishly refreshing Ticketmaster and checking Craigslist for something decent.

Haven't seen Pearl Jam at the Garden since 2003. Hung outside the Garden for 4 hours in 2008 and couldn't get a ticket- except of course the bogus tickets made by the scalpers outside.

If anyone has an extra ticket, keep me in mind!

If I get a ticket, I'm hoping for an epic version of Black like on Live on Two Legs, or Release or Footsteps.
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:22 AM   #903
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i wouldn't hold my breath for release... played it the last show at the garden, and already played it earlier in the week in boston. black seems like a good possibility though.
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Yeah, I was just looking back through the thread and saw it (Release) opened in Boston. Shit, that was the song that got me into them. I got hold of a decent quality bootleg from a show in Vegas in 92' or early 93' where it opened the show.

I'm surprised the VHS tape is still working considering it's probably got the second or third most views behind ZooTV Sydney and Guns N' Roses from somewhere in 92'. That's easily over a thousand views.

They tore it up- State of Love and Trust, an extended version of Porch, Garden, Footsteps.

I might have to pop that in the old VCR if I can't get something for tonight.
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wow... holy fucking shit.

sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet lewwwwwwww... how could yooooooooou?


unbelievable night, unbelievable week... what a show, what a band. words don't describe what this band does live. they need to be seen to be believed.

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For those wondering what Headache is on about...

May 21, 2010 New York, New York, Madison Square Garden

Set List: Corduroy, Hail Hail, Do The Evolution, World Wide Suicide, Got Some, Breath, Nothing Man, I’m Open - dedicated to Howard Zinn, Unthought Known, Grievance, Amongst The Waves, Present Tense, Not For You/Modern Girl (Sleater Kinney), Push Me Pull Me, Rats, Daughter/WMA, The Fixer, Why Go

1st encore: The End with string quartet, Just Breathe with string quartet, Lukin II with string quartet, Black Red Yellow, Sweet Lew, Given To Fly, Spin The Black Circle, Rearviewmirror

2nd encore: Wasted Reprise, Better Man/Save It For Later (Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling), Black, The Real Me (Townshend), Hunger Strike with Ben Bridwell from “Band Of Horses” (Cornell), Alive, Kick Out The Jams (Davis, Kramer, Smith, Thompson, Tyner), Yellow Ledbetter/Star Spangled Banner
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Anyone want to know what a crazy 1-minute punk song about a stalker sounds like when reworked into a heart-breaking 3-minute acoustic ballad?

YouTube - Pearl Jam - Slow Lukin - 5.21.10 Madison Square Garden, NY

Ah, this band. These incredible setlists make me even more pissed off that Europe will get a 90% festival tour. But I'm still hoping they'll stretch it out as long and mix it up as much as possible!
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Old 05-22-2010, 12:01 PM   #908
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wow... holy fucking shit.

sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet lewwwwwwww... how could yooooooooou?


unbelievable night, unbelievable week... what a show, what a band. words don't describe what this band does live. they need to be seen to be believed.

YouTube - Pearl Jam - Sweet Lew @ MSG NYC 5/21/10



Fab show but when are they not? MSG 2008 and Honolulu 2006 I think are still my top PJ shows. Some other video I took last night:

YouTube - Pearl Jam - Spin the Black Circle + Rearviewmirror @ MSG NYC 5/21/10

YouTube - Pearl Jam - Just Breathe @ MSG NYC 5/21/10

YouTube - Pearl Jam - Daughter + WMA 5-21-10 @ MSG NYC 5/21/10


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Hunger Strike!!

My life is complete!
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For those wondering what Headache is on about...

May 21, 2010 New York, New York, Madison Square Garden

Set List: Corduroy, Hail Hail, Do The Evolution, World Wide Suicide, Got Some, Breath, Nothing Man, I’m Open - dedicated to Howard Zinn, Unthought Known, Grievance, Amongst The Waves, Present Tense, Not For You/Modern Girl (Sleater Kinney), Push Me Pull Me, Rats, Daughter/WMA, The Fixer, Why Go

1st encore: The End with string quartet, Just Breathe with string quartet, Lukin II with string quartet, Black Red Yellow, Sweet Lew, Given To Fly, Spin The Black Circle, Rearviewmirror

2nd encore: Wasted Reprise, Better Man/Save It For Later (Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling), Black, The Real Me (Townshend), Hunger Strike with Ben Bridwell from “Band Of Horses” (Cornell), Alive, Kick Out The Jams (Davis, Kramer, Smith, Thompson, Tyner), Yellow Ledbetter/Star Spangled Banner
Eddie gave a get well soon shoutout to boner before the second encore
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now that i've come off the high of last week...

wow, what a show to close it out. this band is incredible live. i don't know how many other bands where you can see them 3 times in a week and all three shows could stand on their own and be called great shows, yet at the same time, each show was better than the last.

honestly... friday night was my 11th pearl jam show, 3rd show of the week... and they played 6 songs i've never heard them play before... 7 if you count slow lukin.

and the energy of the band, the energy of the crowd... wow. amazing. can't wait for the boots to come out
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I got a boner seeing that setlist.
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boston's available for purchase... newark & nyc should be up within the next few days
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Both MSG's playing back to back starting now(1PM eastern) and repeated again tonight at 9PM eastern:

Pearl Jam Radio


And boots now available.
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and i'm downloading and playing right now


will have to relive the newark-msg run in order this weekend with a few pints
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