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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
PostPosted: Thu April 20, 2017 2:58 am 
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TremorJam wrote:
Lukin from Denver 2014 is killer. Also love any of the 2014 and 2016 LBC/JJF performances. Especially Cincinnati. The St.Paul version got a shout out by being placed on a Spotify playlist a couple of weeks ago.
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Wow, sounds like Eddie might have gotten the lyrics mostly right in this.


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PostPosted: Thu April 20, 2017 3:29 am 
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That immortality on the previous page is killer.


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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
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Wash from Memphis 2014. Ed goes into the lyrics from verse 3 in verse 2 and ends up doing a killer improv verse about visiting Beale St.



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I was at that Memphis show.


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I was at that Memphis show.


I bet that was a great one to see! It's one of my favorites. It's a damn near perfect bootleg. The poster is pretty sweet, too. Did you catch any other shows from this tour?


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I was at that Memphis show.


I bet that was a great one to see! It's one of my favorites. It's a damn near perfect bootleg. The poster is pretty sweet, too. Did you catch any other shows from this tour?

Nope. That was the only one even remotely near me.


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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
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Kevin Davis wrote:
Calgary has a fantastic "Thumbing My Way" with Ed on electric -- one of those little gems you stumble upon when you're just on the verge of wondering why you've wasted so many hours of your life listening to Pearl Jam concerts and remember, "Oh yeah, this is why."

take it to the singular performances thread



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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
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Oh yeah, that's Calgary 2005, for those of you not following the cross-thread quoting.


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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
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I've always liked this version of corduroy by Eddie and some dude's in italy, kind of post punk sounding?



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Great topic!

Evolution from 06-24-2003 - Its Elvis-lution baby
Modern Girl tags in Better Man - twice in 2005 in the early part of the Canadian tour (cant remember the exact dates) but it soon switched to being a standard tag in Not-4-You. I actually like it a lot more at the end of Better Man.
Speaking of Better Man tags. Save It For Later - Chicago 2006 Night 2. Save It For Later, is played as a "song/tag" after the end of Better Man.
Porch - Noblesville 2003 - Ed botches the ending lyrics but saves it with a cool improved outro
Corduroy - 04-29-2003 - Ed or Stone doing some really cool echo effects during the outro jam. REALLY like this version a lot.
I Got Id - the version with Cinnamon Girl as a post song tease, AND, the other version with a Cinnamon Girl tag (both were in Canada two separate tours?)
Black - 07-05-2003 - Mikes crazy feedback solo?
Wishlist in 2003 had some cool extended jams, 04-26-2003 maybe?
RVM - almost every version from South American 2005 has awesome jams. Id argue that tour might have the best versions of RVM.
Black Red & Yellow - 10-16-2014 with a Stranglehold tease during the jam, and, Wrigley Field night 2 2016, with Dennis Rodman lending a hand

I'm sure theres others like the Black Red & Yellow with riff teases mid song, like all the times Mike will tease 3rd Stone from the Sun (Hendrix) during Even Flow, or Voodoo Child during Porch (TWICE during a version of Porch in 2000, one of the Jones Beach shows maybe?) or War Pigs getting teased during Alive, Porch, and whatever else.

Believe You Me - 07-11-2014 (its short and just a tease, but its the only time ive heard it on a PJ boot)


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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
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The Vegas version is more widely known bc of its inclusion on the 10c christmas single, but I preferred the Memphis version with the tempo change in the middle (first time they played it. i was at this show, and i'm fairly certain the person who filmed this was sitting right next to me)




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Some more i've thought of

This version of not for you has a cool improv/tag over the outro, don't think that's too common.

Acapella 'ive just seen a face'


daughter in 1992, some of the 'don't call me daughter's' are swapped with 'don't call me brother'


Little wing/maggot brain AKA Mike's most glorious guitar playing


And i guess falling down and open road count. Does self pollution radio count? if so the subdued vocals make atmosphere on indifference from there far surpasses the album and any live versions i've heard.


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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
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bodysnatcher wrote:
The Vegas version is more widely known bc of its inclusion on the 10c christmas single, but I preferred the Memphis version with the tempo change in the middle (first time they played it. i was at this show, and i'm fairly certain the person who filmed this was sitting right next to me)



oooh good one


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I always like the Memphis version of Can't Help Falling in Love better than Vegas too.
I was at the '14 show there and knew that Ed flubbed the Wash lyrics but this is the first time I've gone back and listened to that version. Pretty cool recovery.
I knew the Bridge '10 Black had strings but didn't realize it's arrangement was different too; definitely hear a more country guitar twang. After Alive the other night I don't think any of us would be surprised to see Black with strings pop up during Ed's Euro run.


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Biff Pocoroba wrote:
I always like the Memphis version of Can't Help Falling in Love better than Vegas too.
I was at the '14 show there and knew that Ed flubbed the Wash lyrics but this is the first time I've gone back and listened to that version. Pretty cool recovery.
I knew the Bridge '10 Black had strings but didn't realize it's arrangement was different too; definitely hear a more country guitar twang. After Alive the other night I don't think any of us would be surprised to see Black with strings pop up during Ed's Euro run.

That'd be great. I loved Eds version of Black with just boom on the organ from the Vegas show.


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Porch from Unplugged is really the moment I fell in love with PJ. I also really love the Atlanta 94 show, but this one became my favorite.


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stupidmop wrote:
I've always liked this version of corduroy by Eddie and some dude's in italy, kind of post punk sounding?



This IS sweet.


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 Post subject: Re: Singular, Odd, Strange, Unique Performances of Songs
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spike wrote:


Nice version, never heard that one.

Where can you download the best version of that Ship Song? I recall some flac or mp3 came out with Ed singing the whole song and the quality was pretty good. I had it somewhere, but can't find it now.


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