‘Alone’ is started out with Ed singing, “so lonely, so lonely,” like The Police song. ‘Sheraton Gibson’ is introduced as a “really cool song” and it was written by Ed’s mentor, Pete Townshend, who had written the song many years before in Cleveland. He asks the audience to be real quiet so they can hear it. ‘Sheraton Gibson’ hasn’t resurfaced on a PJ setlist since this show. Grant Lee Buffalo join PJ for ‘Rockin’ in the Free World.’
Notes provided by: Twofeetthick
Cleveland State University Convocation Center: Cleveland, OH
March 22, 1994
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05 Even Flow
06 Glorified G
07 Daughter/(I Won’t Back Down)
09 Why Go
12 State of Love and Trust
05 Elderly Woman…
07 Rockin’ in the Free World (^)
08 Sheraton Gibson ($)
(^) played with Grant Lee Buffalo
($) Ed solo
Notes: This source is plagued with problems. First of all, it suffers from the “screaming girl syndrome”. Also,
there were many cuts inbetween songs, probably where the taper paused the recording inbetween songs. Unfortunately,
the Aiwa is the only known source for this show. Some problems have been corrected through editing, but many of
the faults still remain.
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