Once again, Ed appearing solo. As opposed to the night before, this time much of the crowd is in their seats in time to catch Ed’s set. Tonight’s performance is notable for a marked increase in Ed’s confidence level as well as the crowd’s reception of him. Last night he was an interloper, but tonight he is recognized as being “one of us.” ‘Squeeze Box’ is really played as a joke; Ed finishes ‘LMLOTD’ and starts playing the intro to ‘Squeeze Box’ and the crowd goes nuts. He pauses and says (smiling for the first time): “You don’t really want to hear that, do you?” and the crowd roars its approval, so Ed starts again and finishes the whole song, really winning the crowd over. You could have dropped a pin during ‘Naked Eye,’ as exacting and passionate a performance as you’ve ever heard. Finally, a raucous rendition of ‘My Generation’ brings the house down, Ed receiving the standing ovation he deserved.
Notes provided by: Twofeetthick
1994-02-24 Eddie Vedder: Carnegie Hall: New York, NY
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01. Let My Love Open the Door
02. Squeeze Box
03. Naked Eye
04. My Generation
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