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 Post subject: Re: 2016-05-02: New York, New York
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 Post subject: Re: 2016-05-02: New York, New York
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if they played all or none like they played it in philly, it's pretty underwhelming -- they leave off the best parts of the outro.


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Moshimistic wrote:
"Surrender" (feat. Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick)

They played this really well, except for Ed messing up the "we're all alright" part.

It's funny that Rick Nielsen spent half of that video looking for a microphone to sing into.

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if they played all or none like they played it in philly, it's pretty underwhelming -- they leave off the best parts of the outro.

I didn't hear philly but the solo definitely didn't have the fire of the studio version, and Mike was generally killer all night

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 Post subject: Re: 2016-05-02: New York, New York
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theplatypus wrote:
Moshimistic wrote:
"Surrender" (feat. Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick)

They played this really well, except for Ed messing up the "we're all alright" part.

It's funny that Rick Nielsen spent half of that video looking for a microphone to sing into.

I think Ed must have the stink breath. Did you see how Rick tried to share the mic with Ed at the beginning, and then abruptly ran away?


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 Post subject: Re: 2016-05-02: New York, New York
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theplatypus wrote:
Moshimistic wrote:
"Surrender" (feat. Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick)

They played this really well, except for Ed messing up the "we're all alright" part.

It's funny that Rick Nielsen spent half of that video looking for a microphone to sing into.



Yeah they nailed that, Ed sounded great. Rick Neilsen was super awkward. The guy may be a giant tool.

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judging from that surrender video and other various accounts i've heard, michael mccready sounds like the MVP of this tour.


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judging from that surrender video and other various accounts i've heard, michael mccready sounds like the MVP of this tour.


He was amazing the last two nights, Even Flow solo completely behind his back was so cool. I think Black night 1, and Even Flow night 2 were his highlights.


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Crazy thing is Im reading the fanviews on the pearljam.com forums and people seem disappointed stating night 1 is better, while people here seem satisfied. Whats going on? O__O

The official PJ forum is basically a cult.

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 Post subject: Re: 2016-05-02: New York, New York
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That was a really good performance of Surrender. I'm really hoping these Philly / MSG boots aren't plagued by the vocal track issue found in other 2015/2016 shows.


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swan wrote:
theplatypus wrote:
Moshimistic wrote:
"Surrender" (feat. Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick)

They played this really well, except for Ed messing up the "we're all alright" part.

It's funny that Rick Nielsen spent half of that video looking for a microphone to sing into.



Yeah they nailed that, Ed sounded great. Rick Neilsen was super awkward. The guy may be a giant tool.


You can see Matt was kinda laughing about this.


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Man that was so much fun.


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Leatherhead wrote:
swan wrote:
theplatypus wrote:
Moshimistic wrote:
"Surrender" (feat. Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick)

They played this really well, except for Ed messing up the "we're all alright" part.

It's funny that Rick Nielsen spent half of that video looking for a microphone to sing into.



Yeah they nailed that, Ed sounded great. Rick Neilsen was super awkward. The guy may be a giant tool.


You can see Matt was kinda laughing about this.


And as the song starts Ed gives the "he's crazy" circling of his head. Love the version.


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I dunno if its been mentioned yet but one thing I liked is in Better Man this night they actually sang some of Save It For Later, not just DONT RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY etc


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mikejasond wrote:
I dunno if its been mentioned yet but one thing I liked is in Better Man this night they actually sang some of Save It For Later, not just DONT RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY etc

Yea that made me very happy

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Leatherhead wrote:
swan wrote:
theplatypus wrote:
Moshimistic wrote:
"Surrender" (feat. Rick Nielsen and Tom Petersson of Cheap Trick)

They played this really well, except for Ed messing up the "we're all alright" part.

It's funny that Rick Nielsen spent half of that video looking for a microphone to sing into.



Yeah they nailed that, Ed sounded great. Rick Neilsen was super awkward. The guy may be a giant tool.


You can see Matt was kinda laughing about this.

I could analyze Rick Nielsen's weird behavior in this video all day. From watching his mouth I don't see how he could be singing anything more than maybe the first syllable of a few random words here and there.

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Strat wrote:
mikejasond wrote:
I dunno if its been mentioned yet but one thing I liked is in Better Man this night they actually sang some of Save It For Later, not just DONT RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY etc

Yea that made me very happy

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Did the do as much as in 1998/2000, starting with "two dozen other dirty lovers..."?


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Strat wrote:
mikejasond wrote:
I dunno if its been mentioned yet but one thing I liked is in Better Man this night they actually sang some of Save It For Later, not just DONT RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY etc

Yea that made me very happy

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Did the do as much as in 1998/2000, starting with "two dozen other dirty lovers..."?

He did.


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Strat wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
Strat wrote:
mikejasond wrote:
I dunno if its been mentioned yet but one thing I liked is in Better Man this night they actually sang some of Save It For Later, not just DONT RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY RUN AWAY etc

Yea that made me very happy

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Did the do as much as in 1998/2000, starting with "two dozen other dirty lovers..."?

He did.

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