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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
PostPosted: Wed October 17, 2018 10:15 pm 
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08/15/00 – The Pyramid: Memphis, TN
set: Of The Girl, Last Exit, Animal, Grievance, Corduroy, Tremor Christ, Nothing As It Seems, Wishlist, Can’t Help Falling In Love With You (Elvis!), Given To Fly, In My Tree, Even Flow, I Got Shit, Better Man/(Save It For Later), Black, Insignificance, Rearviewmirror
enc 1: Breakerfall, Do The Evolution, Thin Air, Nothingman, Elderly Woman, State of Love And Trust, Go
enc 2: Footsteps, Baba O’Riley

A great show you might pass up because 2000 had so many standouts. Of the Girl was a great opening, early set Grievance, TREMOR CHRIST, punk version of Can't Help Falling in Love, awesome 1st encore, Footsteps with harmonica and a great Baba O!

Just redeemed a DL code for this, thanks

Hey! You should've told me about Ed's flub in Grievance. I want my money back!


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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
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Terrific show, thanks again for reminding me of this


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 Post subject: The 2000 Tour
PostPosted: Mon November 19, 2018 2:11 am 
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I didn't see one of those "lets talk about the 2000 tour" threads. Feel free to merge, delete, derail, whatever I don't care. I've got a specific inquiry regarding choosing a couple US 2000 shows that best represent the group at that time, but feel free to use this thread for 2000 tour discussion in general. I don't care.

I discovered PJ through the Verona 2000 boot when I was 16 years old in 2000 and I played those discs over and over as a kid learning to play the guitar. I listened to that bootleg before I heard any other PJ records. My favorite material were the Binaural songs. Grievance, Breakerfall, Nothing as it seems, etc. Subsequently the first PJ record I owned after the Verona boot was Binaural and one by one I listened back to the earlier records. I'm definitely a big from of the Vitalogy through Binaural period.

Anyway I've been revisiting these 2000 boots lately. I have no desire to have hundreds of Pearl Jam boots on my hard drive. I'm not THAT big of a fan, but I would like a couple top notch shows from Europe and the USA to have in my music collection. I have Verona and Milan from Europe. I saw many recommending Katowice II and I just listened to it and found it pretty underwhelming compared to Verona and Milan.

For the USA I've heard Boise and Seattle II and Las Vegas recommended. Any others I should consider? I'm posting this on Red Mosquito because I know that no one hates Pearl Jam quite like you guys do and that you'll steer me in the right direction.


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 Post subject: Re: The 2000 Tour
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My favorite US 2000 shows are probably:

West Palm Beach (the one that opens with "Oceans")
Saratoga Springs
St. Louis
Kansas City
Houston (the one that opens with "Oceans")


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 Post subject: Re: The 2000 Tour
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excellent thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
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So who would you say has made the best 2000 tour compilation? Does it seem to be this one? https://community.pearljam.com/discussi ... ompilation


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I'm a big fan of Lubbock. It has the best Parting Ways of the tour.


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about tour compilation?


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 Post subject: Re: The 2000 Tour
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Kevin Davis wrote:
My favorite US 2000 shows are probably:

West Palm Beach (the one that opens with "Oceans")
Saratoga Springs
St. Louis
Kansas City
Houston (the one that opens with "Oceans")


This is a great list. I would also add that Chicago, Toronto, Portland and San Diego are must-haves as well. While a noteworthy show for them legacy-wise, Las Vegas is generally overrated, imo. It's lower-middle of the pack for me.


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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
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For US shows I really liked:
Detroit
Chicago
St. Louis
Boise
Portland


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 Post subject: Re: Let's Talk About the 2000 Tour
PostPosted: Sun November 25, 2018 9:50 pm 
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Jones Beach 3, which has a good amount of focus on No Code, is one of my favorites from this tour as well.


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liebzz wrote:
Jones Beach 3, which has a good amount of focus on No Code, is one of my favorites from this tour as well.

And just full of great performances too. The end of the main set goes Thin Air, Off He Goes, Black, Jeremy, Immortality, and they're all super solid. I think he forgets the lyrics in Immortality, but it's such an otherwise great version that you forget by the end. And Jeremy is that perfect example of when you see it live and it starts and you're like, "Oh, okay, Jeremy," but by the end you're pogoing like it's your first time seeing it.


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delanoche wrote:
liebzz wrote:
Jones Beach 3, which has a good amount of focus on No Code, is one of my favorites from this tour as well.

And just full of great performances too. The end of the main set goes Thin Air, Off He Goes, Black, Jeremy, Immortality, and they're all super solid. I think he forgets the lyrics in Immortality, but it's such an otherwise great version that you forget by the end. And Jeremy is that perfect example of when you see it live and it starts and you're like, "Oh, okay, Jeremy," but by the end you're pogoing like it's your first time seeing it.


This is me everytime I see it live. By the time the song climaxes I'm utterly enthralled and losing my mind.


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yeah Jeremy has that power. I was very tired of the song and i would say from 2005 to this day, i just lost my mind everytime i listen to it.

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BootsToAsses wrote:
delanoche wrote:
liebzz wrote:
Jones Beach 3, which has a good amount of focus on No Code, is one of my favorites from this tour as well.

And just full of great performances too. The end of the main set goes Thin Air, Off He Goes, Black, Jeremy, Immortality, and they're all super solid. I think he forgets the lyrics in Immortality, but it's such an otherwise great version that you forget by the end. And Jeremy is that perfect example of when you see it live and it starts and you're like, "Oh, okay, Jeremy," but by the end you're pogoing like it's your first time seeing it.


This is me everytime I see it live. By the time the song climaxes I'm utterly enthralled and losing my mind.


Them ending the first encore of Boston III with it was that exact experience for me.


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^To be honest, every now and then at a show I get that "meh" feeling when they start the intro to 'Alive'.

It literally lasts about 3 seconds and then I'm 110% on board again :haha:


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BootsToAsses wrote:
^To be honest, every now and then at a show I get that "meh" feeling when they start the intro to 'Alive'.

It literally lasts about 3 seconds and then I'm 110% on board again :haha:


Same. That song is so good. Gets me every time, especially the last vocal bit leading into the long solo/outro.


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Hatfield wrote:
BootsToAsses wrote:
delanoche wrote:
liebzz wrote:
Jones Beach 3, which has a good amount of focus on No Code, is one of my favorites from this tour as well.

And just full of great performances too. The end of the main set goes Thin Air, Off He Goes, Black, Jeremy, Immortality, and they're all super solid. I think he forgets the lyrics in Immortality, but it's such an otherwise great version that you forget by the end. And Jeremy is that perfect example of when you see it live and it starts and you're like, "Oh, okay, Jeremy," but by the end you're pogoing like it's your first time seeing it.


This is me everytime I see it live. By the time the song climaxes I'm utterly enthralled and losing my mind.


Them ending the first encore of Boston III with it was that exact experience for me.

2003, not 2000. But yeah that was excellent.


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