August 25, 1992 Blockbuster Pavilion – Charlotte, NC

Show Notes

‘If I Can’t Have You’ is a Bee Gees tune from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. During the improvs at the end of ‘Black,’ the music is ‘Hard to Imagine.’

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

Pearl Jam
08-25-92
Blockbuster Pavilion
Charlotte, NC

Source: unknown mic > unknown recorder > analog (3rd or 4th gen) >
dEdit > dEQ > CDR > SHN

CD>WAV>SHN by BLG

01 Even Flow
02 Why Go
03 Suggestion
04 Deep
05 Jeremy
06 Once
07 Alive
08 jam/(Tearing/ Silence/ Fuck the Police)
09 Black/(If I Can’t Have You)/(Take Control)
10 Porch
11 Rockin’ In the Free World (cut)

Notes: Most of RitFW is cut and there is a small cut at the end of the jam
where the tape was flipped.

Source 2

Pearl Jam
Blockbuster Pavilion
Charlotte, NC USA
August 25, 1992

A Doodee Music Master Recording

A Lollapalooza set from Pearl Jam. This show was just after hurricane Andrew and Eddie makes a reference to it as they had just played Florida. There are 3 different improvs in this show and the band seemed to be in a jamming, improvisational mood. Like the other bands sets at this show, there’s a lot of anti law enforcement banter. Eddie seemed to be in a particularly baiting mood between his snide comments and trying to get the fans to rush the stage. Working this show probably wasn’t the most enjoyable afternoon the men in blue have spent. Uncle Al Jourgenson joins for RITFW. Enjoy.

1. Evenflow
2. Why Go
3. Improv
4. Deep
5. Jeremy
6. Once
7. Alive
8. Improv / Fuck The Police
9. Black
10. Improv / Take Control
11. Porch
12. Rockin’ In The Free World w/ Al Jourgenson

Trade Only. Support Pearl Jam in all their endeavors.

EX- Audience Recording

Unknown mic>Sony WMD3 Cassette Master>BBE1002>BSR EQ3000>CDR>WAV>Audacity>FLAC

Audio 1

We offer all our concerts in FLAC format. FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec and is used to compress sound clips without loss of quality. FLAC is often compared to MP3, only there is a loss of quality when converting to MP3. For the true audiophile, FLAC offers much better quality than MP3.

 

Audio 2

We offer all our concerts in FLAC format. FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec and is used to compress sound clips without loss of quality. FLAC is often compared to MP3, only there is a loss of quality when converting to MP3. For the true audiophile, FLAC offers much better quality than MP3.

 

Album Artwork

If we have album art available from this show you can download it here. Sometimes album art is included in the audio download links.

Video

Here you can find a youtube video of the concert.

Leave a Reply

Become a PJFM member and get access to all PJ Shows, comments and links!
Sign up
close-image