March 11, 1998 Sydney Entertainment Centre – Sydney, AU

Show Notes

An incredibly fast version of ‘Hail Hail’ with Stone commenting, “Good, God – that was fast!” ‘In Hiding’ finally returns to a setlist (yea!) and a ‘Push Me Pull Me’ improv for a ‘Daughter’ outro?! ‘Mankind’ finally surfaces (Stone’s Australian singing debut, with PJ anyway). When the crowd cheers at the end, he cracks, “They love me … they really love me!” At the end of ‘Porch,’ Ed reaches out to the pit and pulls a guy on stage. He lifts Ed up on his shoulders and spins him around and around. Ed proceeds to do the same to this fellow! Jack shines during his great drum solo at the end of ‘Immortality.’ At the end of ‘Smile,’ Ed gives his harmonica to former world champion surfer and local Sydney resident, Tom Carroll, who is watching at side stage. Ed says near show’s end that they have to stop as he has to get up early to surf the next day. Some great guitar solos by Stone at this show.

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

Pearl Jam
SV009 – “WAVES”
March 11, 1998
Entertainment Centre: Sydney, Australia

Source: Countryman Isomax II > Sony TCD-D100 > dat > dEdit > cdr > flac
MTV Awards Filler Source: “Jeremy Live” liberated boot > cdr > flac
Digital Editing: Dave Posluszny
Artwork: Allen Robertson

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DISC ONE
01 intro
02 Oceans
03 Last Exit
04 Brian of J
05 Hail, Hail
06 In Hiding
07 Do the Evolution
08 (Beds are Burning)/Corduroy
09 Wishlist
10 MFC
11 Daughter/(Push Me, Pull Me improv) (#)
12 Even Flow

DISC TWO
01 Mankind
02 Elderly Woman…
03 Lukin
04 Not for You
05 Black
06 Porch
encore:
07 Given to Fly
08 Better Man
09 Immortality
10 Smile
11 Rockin’ in the Free World

BONUS: MTV Music Awards 9/2/93
12 Animal
13 Rockin’ in the Free World

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***DO NOT CONVERT TO MP3***
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(#) = first time Push Me, Pull Me was played in any form

Recording Notes:
Editing involved mostly consisted of the reduction of the loud claps throughout the show, making it much more enjoyable to listen.

Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
An incredibly fast version of ‘Hail Hail’ with Stone commenting, “Good, God – that was fast!” ‘In Hiding’ finally returns to a setlist (yea!) and a ‘Push Me Pull Me’ improv for a ‘Daughter’ outro?! ‘Mankind’ finally surfaces (Stone’s Australian singing debut, with PJ anyway). When the crowd cheers at the end, he cracks, “They love me … they really love me!” At the end of ‘Porch,’ Ed reaches out to the pit and pulls a guy on stage. He lifts Ed up on his shoulders and spins him around and around. Ed proceeds to do the same to this fellow! Jack shines during his great drum solo at the end of ‘Immortality.’ At the end of ‘Smile,’ Ed gives his harmonica to former world champion surfer and local Sydney resident, Tom Carroll, who is watching at side stage. Ed says near show’s end that they have to stop as he has to get up early to surf the next day. Some great guitar solos by Stone at this show.

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Compiled by spacedvest on 12/24/03.

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