April 12, 2000 Ed Sullivan Theater – New York, NY

Show Notes

Appearing on David Letterman’s birthday, Dave holds up the lovely Binaural vinyl and PJ let loose with a new song. It is NOT, as everyone would have suspected, “Nothing As It Seems,” which is slated as the first single, but a real rocker. Ed’s playing guitar on this one, a raw performance with Matt driving it and Mike is extremely animated. Mike makes an effort at smashing the guitar and Ed presents it to Dave at the end of the performance. Anyone who had concerns that the new album would be “soft” will likely rethink after this performance!

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

Pearl Jam
April 12, 2000
Late Show with David Letterman – Ed Sullivan Theater, Manhattan, New York City

Source: PCM (2.0) > FLAC (2.0)

Lineage: NTSC Broadcast > MPEG2 Transport Stream (*.ts) > PCM – BluRay (Pearl Jam TV Master Archive) > FLAC

Source Contributor: Mike Ziegler

FLAC Conversion: Kakashisensei

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Audio 1

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Album Artwork

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