1992PJ Shows

June 6, 1992 Finsbury Park – London, UK

Show Notes

Amazing version of ‘Black.’ ‘Even Flow’ is dedicated to Dee from L7 as she “… hasn’t had her period for nearly two months.” Lyrics are modified to “… pillows made of Tampax.” Ed encourages the crowd to tape shows. Hopping into the crowd during ‘Porch,’ Ed barely makes it back to the stage as security mistakes him for a stagediver.

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

Pearl Jam
SV002 – “THE HAUNTED FINSBURY”
June 6, 1992
Finsbury Park Festival: London, England

Source: pre-FM soundboard (UK broadcast) > BBC Transcription Services “In Concert” CD (silver) > cdr > shn > dEdit > flac
(cuts patched with pre-FM soundboard (US broadcast) > Westwood One Radio Broadcast CD (silver) > cdr)

“Montage” source: 3rd gen VHS > mpeg > mp3 > dEdit > dEQ > flac

Digital Editing: Allen Robertson
Artwork: Allen Robertson

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01 Wash
02 Once
03 Why Go
04 Jeremy
05 Deep
06 Alive
07 (Stop Hurting People)/Black
08 State Of Love And Trust
09 Even Flow
10 Porch
11 (This Town)/Rockin’ In The Free World

12 “Cutting Room Floor” montage:
a) Guitar doodling in-between Deep and Alive (10 secs)
b) Guitar doodling in-between Alive and Black (30 secs)
c) Ed chatting about taping shows in-between Black and SOLAT (40 secs)
d) Ed chatting about reproductive rights in-between SOLAT and Even Flow (40 secs)
e) Guitar doodling in-between Even Flow and Porch (12 secs)
f) crowd in-between Porch and RitFW (28 secs)

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Recording Notes:
The bulk of this is sourced from a digital clone of a BBC Transcription Services cd silver, with some parts
patched from a different radio cd silver for Westwood One. On all of the known broadcasted versions,
certain parts of the show in-between songs were consistently cut out (mostly guitar tunings and Ed’s speeches
about reproductive rights and taping shows where he is not using “radio-friendly language”). These missing bits
and pieces have been collected as a separate montage on the last track, being sourced from a video. The quality
of the video source differed greatly from the pre-FMs, so it was not feasible to try and patch it into the main
source, but it is included to hear what was cut from the broadcasts. All talking by DJs that were present on the
original broadcasts have been removed.

For the technically curious, this is how the sources were patched together:
0:00.000 – 0:20.000(approx) Westwood One US pre-FM
0:20.000(approx) – 4:05.720 BBC Transcription Services UK pre-FM
4:05.720 – 4:12.950 Westwood One US pre-FM
4:12.950 – 7:24.231 BBC Transcription Services UK pre-FM
7:24.231 – 7:33.186 unknown UK pre-FM>1st gen analog + Westwood One US pre-FM mix (original mixing: ThinAir)
7:33.186 – 51:57.668 BBC Transcription Services UK pre-FM

Artwork Notes (spacedvest):
Really goofy stuff for this one (sorry, this was done years ago). I updated a little of it for this particular release,
but most of it is the same as from what I had done a long time ago. 🙂

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
Amazing version of ‘Black.’ ‘Even Flow’ is dedicated to Dee from L7 as she “… hasn’t had her period for nearly two
months.” Lyrics are modified to “… pillows made of Tampax.” Ed encourages the crowd to tape shows. Hopping into the
crowd during ‘Porch,’ Ed barely makes it back to the stage as security mistakes him for a stagediver.

This is being distributed by blackredyellow.com in tandem with pj.sidewalkcrusaders.com, and is part of a series
of the best Pearl Jam shows in existence (BTW, the spell checker is now on). If the artwork is not included, you
can find it at blackredyellow.com.

Compiled by spacedvest on 6/12/04.

Source 2

Pearl Jam
June 6, 1992
Finsbury Park, London, England

Source: BBC Transcription Services CD patched with
Westwood One Radio Broadcast CD (SV 002)
Lineage: FLAC > WAV > dEQ > FLAC
Notes: EQ’ed for tonal balance and volume boosted

01 Wash
02 Once
03 Why Go
04 Jeremy
05 Deep
06 Alive
07 Black
08 State of Love and Trust
09 Even Flow
10 Porch
11 Rockin’ in the Free World

Compiled September 2020 by FGE

Source 3

Pearl Jam
Finsbury Park
London, UK
June 6, 1992
Westwood One – “High Voltage In Concert”

NOTES: reelSTEWreel728 posted an untracked version of this show @ 24/96 earlier today > http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=137505. In the post, he politely gave people the prerogative to track the show and/or convert to 16-bit. This is the tracked 24/96 version. I have a 16/44 version that I can post if there is interest.

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Source: Pre-FM Westwood One Reel-2-Reel Tape

Transfer: Radio Station Reel (7.5ips) > Otari-MX-5050-B3 > Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 (A/D) > SoundForge 9.0 (24/96) > Audacity 2.1.1 (tracking) > xAct (flac level 8, ffp)

SET:

01. Interview (cuts in – tape was presumably damaged at the radio station)
02. Wash My Love
03. Why Go
04. Jeremy
05. Commercials
06. Interview 2
07. Deep
08. Alive
09. Commercials 2
10. Intro > Black
11. State Of Love And Trust
12. Even Flow
13. Keep On Rockin’ In The Free World (Neil Young)
14. Outro
15. Preview

Transfer Notes:
-All recorded to one stereo file.
-Commercials and DJ chatter left in.
-Straight transfer with no editing or EQ
-My R2R Machine is professionally maintained (Aligned, cleaned, demagnetized) often.

Audio 1

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Audio 2

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Audio 3

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Album Artwork

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Video

Here you can find a youtube video of the concert.

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