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Old 07-09-2003, 11:20 AM   #196
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Kind of wishing I had made the trek to NYC for the 2 MSG shows now. From what I've seen from other posts, my fan club seniority would have put me about 6 or 7 rows back on the floor.
Enjoy tonight.

Have you heard about what they're doing on the 11th?
In an effort to keep their promise of playing the entire tour catalog in Boston, they will hit the stage at 6:30 for an hour, leave while Sleater-Kinney does their thing, then come back for the full set at 8:45.
So its like seeing PJ twice on one night.
Can't wait.
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just back from the garden... man what a show. the crowd was great, pj was better... highlight of the night might of been eddie taking out a cell phone and calling johnny ramone on stage... he wasn't home, so we all left a message... a very zoo-tv-esque stunt, i must say... here's 2night's setlist...

1.Crazy Mary (Victoria Williams cover)
2.Save You
3.Hail, Hail
4.Whipping
5.Corduroy
6.Red Mosquito
7.Dissident
8.I Am Mine
9.Get Right
10.Given To Fly
11.Evacuation
12.Even Flow
--Eddie calls Johnny Ramone
13.I Believe In Miracles (Ramones cover)
14.Untitled
15.MFC
16.Deep
17.Present Tense
18.Nothingman
19.State Of Love And Trust
20.Porch
--encore break
21.You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (Beatles cover)
22.Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
23.Glorified G
24.All Or None
25.Do The Evolution
26.Alive
--second encore break
27.Go
28.Know Your Rights (Clash cover)
29.Rockin' In The Free World (Neil Young cover)
30.Yellow Ledbetter
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Old 07-12-2003, 03:04 PM   #198
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Pearl Jam will be playing by area tonight in Hershey PA! I'll be going! Its Pearl Jams first show ever in south central PA!
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just back from both New York shows!!!
Had an amazing time....didn't want to leave New York
If there's anyone here who saw the Boston 3 show...you are the luckiest mother!!!!
I can't believe they played a preset before Sleater Kinney!!
It better be on the bootleg!!
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Well I have been lucky to see both the longest show of the tour and perhaps the shortest. The longest of course refers to the Penn State show in May, where Pearl Jam played for over 3 and half hours. Tonights show in Hershey was about 2 hours and 10 minutes. Hershey has a very strict policy in which bands are not allowed to play past 11 pm. They would go so far as to pull the plug on the power if a band tried to play longer. After seeing the Penn State show, this felt like seeing 1/2 a Pearl Jam show. But it was still awesome! The big surprise of the night was to see them play "Driven To Tears" by the Police. They actually played a more jazzy version of the song, the way Sting himself would actually play it.

Here is the set list for the show:

1. Love Boat Captain
2. Last Exit
3. Animal
4. Do The Evolution
5. Help Help
6. Grievance
7. Get Right
8. Small Town
9. Immortality
10. Even Flow
11. Deep
12. Lukin
13. Corduroy
14. Thumbing My Way
15. Thin Air
16. Once
17. Insignificance
18. Rearviewmirror

19. Driven To Tears
20. Whipping
21. Glorified G
22. Daughter
23. Crazy Mary
24. Alive

25. State Of Love And Trust
26. Rockin' In the Free World
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hey Sting...sounds like a short but sweet show...lol...you know...2hrs and 10 minutes for most bands isn't short
Just goes to show you how spoiled we are as PJ fans.
And yes...their cover of Driven to Tears is kick ass.
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Well I have been lucky to see both the longest show of the tour and perhaps the shortest. The longest of course refers to the Penn State show in May, where Pearl Jam played for over 3 and half hours. Tonights show in Hershey was about 2 hours and 10 minutes. Hershey has a very strict policy in which bands are not allowed to play past 11 pm. They would go so far as to pull the plug on the power if a band tried to play longer. After seeing the Penn State show, this felt like seeing 1/2 a Pearl Jam show. But it was still awesome! The big surprise of the night was to see them play "Driven To Tears" by the Police. They actually played a more jazzy version of the song, the way Sting himself would actually play it.

Here is the set list for the show:

1. Love Boat Captain
2. Last Exit
3. Animal
4. Do The Evolution
5. Help Help
6. Grievance
7. Get Right
8. Small Town
9. Immortality
10. Even Flow
11. Deep
12. Lukin
13. Corduroy
14. Thumbing My Way
15. Thin Air
16. Once
17. Insignificance
18. Rearviewmirror

19. Driven To Tears
20. Whipping
21. Glorified G
22. Daughter
23. Crazy Mary
24. Alive

25. State Of Love And Trust
26. Rockin' In the Free World
Sting, I was at the same two shows. Hershey was short, but not bad considering what they put themselves through the night before in Boston. I think they knew about the curfew deal and didn't goof around much between songs. They still played 26 songs after all. Ed didn't say a lot , except to the "Mosquito bites" chick

LMAO they should have switched Whipping for "Red Mosquito" right there- woulda been classic!!
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just back from both New York shows!!!
Had an amazing time....didn't want to leave New York
If there's anyone here who saw the Boston 3 show...you are the luckiest mother!!!!
I can't believe they played a preset before Sleater Kinney!!
It better be on the bootleg!!
I was there...it was an amazing show.
And the official word is that the preset will be included on the boot.
It clocked in at 3hrs 35 minutes total of PJ, so it may have barely outdistanced Penn State for total time.
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I was there...it was an amazing show.
And the official word is that the preset will be included on the boot.
It clocked in at 3hrs 35 minutes total of PJ, so it may have barely outdistanced Penn State for total time.
Wow...that is awesome...can NOT wait for this boot!! Thanks Hewson
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LUCKY BASTARDS! ALL OF YOU WHO RECENTLY WENT TO THE SHOWS!

I just want to say that I hate all of you! ALL OF YOU!
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Ok I don't hate you all! But I'm so jealous! I wish I was there at those shows!! *sigh*

But I'm so excited about the Mexico shows! I can't wait to hear the boots!! OHMYEDDIE!!! AAAAHH! I want a DVD from Mexico damn it!



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just back from the garden... man what a show. the crowd was great, pj was better... highlight of the night might of been eddie taking out a cell phone and calling johnny ramone on stage... he wasn't home, so we all left a message... a very zoo-tv-esque stunt, i must say... here's 2night's setlist...

1.Crazy Mary (Victoria Williams cover)
2.Save You
3.Hail, Hail
4.Whipping
5.Corduroy
6.Red Mosquito
7.Dissident
8.I Am Mine
9.Get Right
10.Given To Fly
11.Evacuation
12.Even Flow
--Eddie calls Johnny Ramone
13.I Believe In Miracles (Ramones cover)
14.Untitled
15.MFC
16.Deep
17.Present Tense
18.Nothingman
19.State Of Love And Trust
20.Porch
--encore break
21.You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (Beatles cover)
22.Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
23.Glorified G
24.All Or None
25.Do The Evolution
26.Alive
--second encore break
27.Go
28.Know Your Rights (Clash cover)
29.Rockin' In The Free World (Neil Young cover)
30.Yellow Ledbetter




I have just completed a trio of Pearl Jam shows in the past week--3 shows in 7 days to be exact.

A live Pearl Jam show is an orgasmic experience and something to behold.
There aren't enough adjectives to truly describe the feeling and emotion of these shows. The 2 MSG shows were special b/c of the NY atmosphere, the long setlist (on Tuesday), cover songs and, of course, the energy and passion of such dedicated fans.

Last night at PNC Bank Arts Center (in NJ), they played Springsteen and even played "Hunger Strike!" The lead singer of Sleater Kinner sang Chris Cornell's part and it was uplifting to say the least.

PJ is a band of my generation; they epitomized a time in the lives of many(for me it was high school) and that is one of the reasons why people continue to support them with such vigor.

Near the end of the show Eddie was thanking the crowd as it was the final US show (although I'm sure they'll do a one-off in Seattle). He mentioned how they have strong opinions and were met with some oposiition on this tour and that he hoped the fans would still support them and welcome them back in the future.

Some people become annoyed at bands such as PJ for being outspoken and having a voice and opinions on important issues.

For me, that is just one of the reasons why I will always love them....
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I have just completed a trio of Pearl Jam shows in the past week--3 shows in 7 days to be exact.

A live Pearl Jam show is an orgasmic experience and something to behold.
There aren't enough adjectives to truly describe the feeling and emotion of these shows. The 2 MSG shows were special b/c of the NY atmosphere, the long setlist (on Tuesday), cover songs and, of course, the energy and passion of such dedicated fans.

Last night at PNC Bank Arts Center (in NJ), they played Springsteen and even played "Hunger Strike!" The lead singer of Sleater Kinner sang Chris Cornell's part and it was uplifting to say the least.

PJ is a band of my generation; they epitomized a time in the lives of many(for me it was high school) and that is one of the reasons why people continue to support them with such vigor.

Near the end of the show Eddie was thanking the crowd as it was the final US show (although I'm sure they'll do a one-off in Seattle). He mentioned how they have strong opinions and were met with some oposiition on this tour and that he hoped the fans would still support them and welcome them back in the future.

Some people become annoyed at bands such as PJ for being outspoken and having a voice and opinions on important issues.

For me, that is just one of the reasons why I will always love them....
MBH....that is awesome!!!
You took the words right out of my mouth. "Orgasmic" is right on the money You rock!
PJ are, along with U2, are the band of my generation, too...so I totally understand what you're getting at here. I got into U2 as I was just starting highschool (a LONG time ago) and PJ as I was starting university. These 2 bands to me are the ultimate bands.
Now if only U2 could vary their setlists as much as PJ does
Thanks for the wonderful words about PJ...much appreciated.

People not taking in a PJ show do NOT know what they're missing.
And Monica, don't be jealous It was just last month you went on a California road trip and saw 5 shows in less than a week? But I know how you feel....the second PJ took a bow in MSG 2 and left the stage, I knew it would be a long time before I got to see them again live. I wish I was going to see them in Mexico.
On a good note....a Mexican radio station will be broadcasting the 3rd Mexico show on both radio and internet.
the url is:
www.985.com.mx
Enjoy
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