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Great tour. My only criticism of '05 is Stone's over-use of the Stratocaster. Just a total twangfest on his side of the stage.


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Phoenix 2003: sloppy mainset (it must have been really hot that day, you can clearly hear Ed struggling throughout the first part of the show). The encore is pretty good. Not as good as the 2000 show in the same place.


Interesting how you find the main set sloppy. I think this is one of the top 3 shows of the '03 tour. Consistently good all the way through with stellar versions of Breakerfall, Cropduster and Even Flow. Ed does totally flub the lyrics in Given to Fly, though.

The version of Rearviewmirror is an absolute all-time shithammer.

The sloppy moments are during the main set: GTF, Save you (mistake by Mike during the intro), Insignificance. Gimme some truth, Corduroy, STBC are not bad but far from great. It has great moments as well, just like you said.
That being said, I still think it's a good show. They were playing at a pretty good level at this point. One of the top shows of the tour? Not really...at least in MY opinion (that's always important to add:))


I hear ya. What would RM be without opinions? ;p What are your favorite shows of the '03 tour?


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tyweed wrote:
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Phoenix 2003: sloppy mainset (it must have been really hot that day, you can clearly hear Ed struggling throughout the first part of the show). The encore is pretty good. Not as good as the 2000 show in the same place.


Interesting how you find the main set sloppy. I think this is one of the top 3 shows of the '03 tour. Consistently good all the way through with stellar versions of Breakerfall, Cropduster and Even Flow. Ed does totally flub the lyrics in Given to Fly, though.

The version of Rearviewmirror is an absolute all-time shithammer.

The sloppy moments are during the main set: GTF, Save you (mistake by Mike during the intro), Insignificance. Gimme some truth, Corduroy, STBC are not bad but far from great. It has great moments as well, just like you said.
That being said, I still think it's a good show. They were playing at a pretty good level at this point. One of the top shows of the tour? Not really...at least in MY opinion (that's always important to add:))


I hear ya. What would RM be without opinions? ;p What are your favorite shows of the '03 tour?

I'm currently doing the whole tour chronologically (& rating every song for a potential future compilation i plan on doing) and right now I'm up to Council Bluffs. I don't like the Pacific leg very much although the Japan shows are very nice, especially Osaka! My favourites from the first US leg are Uniondale, Cleveland, St. Louis, Albany, Buffalo, State College. Highlights from the second leg so far are Missoula, Irvine 1, Dallas and Bonner Springs. But I guess there are a few more to come:)


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raven2001 wrote:
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Phoenix 2003: sloppy mainset (it must have been really hot that day, you can clearly hear Ed struggling throughout the first part of the show). The encore is pretty good. Not as good as the 2000 show in the same place.


Interesting how you find the main set sloppy. I think this is one of the top 3 shows of the '03 tour. Consistently good all the way through with stellar versions of Breakerfall, Cropduster and Even Flow. Ed does totally flub the lyrics in Given to Fly, though.

The version of Rearviewmirror is an absolute all-time shithammer.

The sloppy moments are during the main set: GTF, Save you (mistake by Mike during the intro), Insignificance. Gimme some truth, Corduroy, STBC are not bad but far from great. It has great moments as well, just like you said.
That being said, I still think it's a good show. They were playing at a pretty good level at this point. One of the top shows of the tour? Not really...at least in MY opinion (that's always important to add:))


I hear ya. What would RM be without opinions? ;p What are your favorite shows of the '03 tour?

I'm currently doing the whole tour chronologically (& rating every song for a potential future compilation i plan on doing) and right now I'm up to Council Bluffs. I don't like the Pacific leg very much although the Japan shows are very nice, especially Osaka! My favourites from the first US leg are Uniondale, Cleveland, St. Louis, Albany, Buffalo, State College. Highlights from the second leg so far are Missoula, Irvine 1, Dallas and Bonner Springs. But I guess there are a few more to come:)


Council Bluffs' Faithful is really good.


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Monkey_Driven wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
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Phoenix 2003: sloppy mainset (it must have been really hot that day, you can clearly hear Ed struggling throughout the first part of the show). The encore is pretty good. Not as good as the 2000 show in the same place.


Interesting how you find the main set sloppy. I think this is one of the top 3 shows of the '03 tour. Consistently good all the way through with stellar versions of Breakerfall, Cropduster and Even Flow. Ed does totally flub the lyrics in Given to Fly, though.

The version of Rearviewmirror is an absolute all-time shithammer.

The sloppy moments are during the main set: GTF, Save you (mistake by Mike during the intro), Insignificance. Gimme some truth, Corduroy, STBC are not bad but far from great. It has great moments as well, just like you said.
That being said, I still think it's a good show. They were playing at a pretty good level at this point. One of the top shows of the tour? Not really...at least in MY opinion (that's always important to add:))


I hear ya. What would RM be without opinions? ;p What are your favorite shows of the '03 tour?

I'm currently doing the whole tour chronologically (& rating every song for a potential future compilation i plan on doing) and right now I'm up to Council Bluffs. I don't like the Pacific leg very much although the Japan shows are very nice, especially Osaka! My favourites from the first US leg are Uniondale, Cleveland, St. Louis, Albany, Buffalo, State College. Highlights from the second leg so far are Missoula, Irvine 1, Dallas and Bonner Springs. But I guess there are a few more to come:)


Council Bluffs' Faithful is really good.

I will hear that tonight:)


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 Post subject: Re: Which bootleg are you listening to?
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raven2001 wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
tyweed wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
tyweed wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
Phoenix 2003: sloppy mainset (it must have been really hot that day, you can clearly hear Ed struggling throughout the first part of the show). The encore is pretty good. Not as good as the 2000 show in the same place.


Interesting how you find the main set sloppy. I think this is one of the top 3 shows of the '03 tour. Consistently good all the way through with stellar versions of Breakerfall, Cropduster and Even Flow. Ed does totally flub the lyrics in Given to Fly, though.

The version of Rearviewmirror is an absolute all-time shithammer.

The sloppy moments are during the main set: GTF, Save you (mistake by Mike during the intro), Insignificance. Gimme some truth, Corduroy, STBC are not bad but far from great. It has great moments as well, just like you said.
That being said, I still think it's a good show. They were playing at a pretty good level at this point. One of the top shows of the tour? Not really...at least in MY opinion (that's always important to add:))


I hear ya. What would RM be without opinions? ;p What are your favorite shows of the '03 tour?

I'm currently doing the whole tour chronologically (& rating every song for a potential future compilation i plan on doing) and right now I'm up to Council Bluffs. I don't like the Pacific leg very much although the Japan shows are very nice, especially Osaka! My favourites from the first US leg are Uniondale, Cleveland, St. Louis, Albany, Buffalo, State College. Highlights from the second leg so far are Missoula, Irvine 1, Dallas and Bonner Springs. But I guess there are a few more to come:)


Council Bluffs' Faithful is really good.

I will hear that tonight:)


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They need to put the 2003 boots up on pj.com.


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raven2001 wrote:
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raven2001 wrote:
tyweed wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
tyweed wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
Phoenix 2003: sloppy mainset (it must have been really hot that day, you can clearly hear Ed struggling throughout the first part of the show). The encore is pretty good. Not as good as the 2000 show in the same place.


Interesting how you find the main set sloppy. I think this is one of the top 3 shows of the '03 tour. Consistently good all the way through with stellar versions of Breakerfall, Cropduster and Even Flow. Ed does totally flub the lyrics in Given to Fly, though.

The version of Rearviewmirror is an absolute all-time shithammer.

The sloppy moments are during the main set: GTF, Save you (mistake by Mike during the intro), Insignificance. Gimme some truth, Corduroy, STBC are not bad but far from great. It has great moments as well, just like you said.
That being said, I still think it's a good show. They were playing at a pretty good level at this point. One of the top shows of the tour? Not really...at least in MY opinion (that's always important to add:))


I hear ya. What would RM be without opinions? ;p What are your favorite shows of the '03 tour?

I'm currently doing the whole tour chronologically (& rating every song for a potential future compilation i plan on doing) and right now I'm up to Council Bluffs. I don't like the Pacific leg very much although the Japan shows are very nice, especially Osaka! My favourites from the first US leg are Uniondale, Cleveland, St. Louis, Albany, Buffalo, State College. Highlights from the second leg so far are Missoula, Irvine 1, Dallas and Bonner Springs. But I guess there are a few more to come:)


Council Bluffs' Faithful is really good.

I will hear that tonight:)


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Back to back shows that are equally great are very rare, but that is definitely the case with Bonner Springs - Council Bluffs. Great 1,2 punch:)
Some notes on Council Bluffs: 5 star version of Save you starts, then the only rough moments of the show: a messy Hail Hail and Grievance where Ed skips a few lines but from then on pure awesomeness! The Faithfull - Cropduster - Dissident run is great as are the long, jammy songs (Daughter, Betterman, Crazy Mary. And: very good quieter moments with Thumbing my way and Nothingman. Great show!


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Back to back shows that are equally great are very rare, but that is definitely the case with Bonner Springs - Council Bluffs. Great 1,2 punch:)
Some notes on Council Bluffs: 5 star version of Save you starts, then the only rough moments of the show: a messy Hail Hail and Grievance where Ed skips a few lines but from then on pure awesomeness! The Faithfull - Cropduster - Dissident run is great as are the long, jammy songs (Daughter, Betterman, Crazy Mary. And: very good quieter moments with Thumbing my way and Nothingman. Great show!


My first two shows. I'll never forget them.


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Monkey_Driven wrote:
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Back to back shows that are equally great are very rare, but that is definitely the case with Bonner Springs - Council Bluffs. Great 1,2 punch:)
Some notes on Council Bluffs: 5 star version of Save you starts, then the only rough moments of the show: a messy Hail Hail and Grievance where Ed skips a few lines but from then on pure awesomeness! The Faithfull - Cropduster - Dissident run is great as are the long, jammy songs (Daughter, Betterman, Crazy Mary. And: very good quieter moments with Thumbing my way and Nothingman. Great show!


My first two shows. I'll never forget them.

Lucky you! :mrgreen: The Bonner Springs setlist is unreal, one of my favourites....


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raven2001 wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
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Back to back shows that are equally great are very rare, but that is definitely the case with Bonner Springs - Council Bluffs. Great 1,2 punch:)
Some notes on Council Bluffs: 5 star version of Save you starts, then the only rough moments of the show: a messy Hail Hail and Grievance where Ed skips a few lines but from then on pure awesomeness! The Faithfull - Cropduster - Dissident run is great as are the long, jammy songs (Daughter, Betterman, Crazy Mary. And: very good quieter moments with Thumbing my way and Nothingman. Great show!


My first two shows. I'll never forget them.

Lucky you! :mrgreen: The Bonner Springs setlist is unreal, one of my favourites....


Get Right, Ghost, and Help Help all on one setlist? :luv:

Have I mentioned that they need to put these boots back on the market? It's only $475 on Amazon :shake:


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darth_vedder wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
raven2001 wrote:
Back to back shows that are equally great are very rare, but that is definitely the case with Bonner Springs - Council Bluffs. Great 1,2 punch:)
Some notes on Council Bluffs: 5 star version of Save you starts, then the only rough moments of the show: a messy Hail Hail and Grievance where Ed skips a few lines but from then on pure awesomeness! The Faithfull - Cropduster - Dissident run is great as are the long, jammy songs (Daughter, Betterman, Crazy Mary. And: very good quieter moments with Thumbing my way and Nothingman. Great show!


My first two shows. I'll never forget them.

Lucky you! :mrgreen: The Bonner Springs setlist is unreal, one of my favourites....


Get Right, Ghost, and Help Help all on one setlist? :luv:

Have I mentioned that they need to put these boots back on the market? It's only $475 on Amazon :shake:


All good performances of those songs too. Very unique setlist.


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Milan '14 has been on Sirius lately. I have heard mentioned as really good but I've been super impressed with the parts I have heard. I haven't paid for a boot in a while but I might just buy that one. Ed's fine but the band sounds like they are on fire.


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I still think Hershey 2003 is a underrated show. Short but fucking sweet.


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I still think Hershey 2003 is a underrated show. Short but fucking sweet.


This is a great show.


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Lubbock 2000, even Even Flow is interesting.


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Last week I listened to most of Hartford 1998, which was my first Pearl Jam concert. It's somewhat of an odd duck - truncated on both ends. It is a short show with no covers. The band is sloppy and/or sluggish at multiple points during the show, but Eddie's vocals were really good. He had a very good singing night.


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2006 Euro Tour - A Spenno production


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:D

That one came out pretty well, I think.


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never seen a full soundboard version of this show out there before. very good.

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