May 7, 1998 – Seattle, WA

Show Notes

PJ makes their first full public appearance with Matt Cameron at this surprise show at the club formerly known as Moe’s (site of the Mirror Ball release party and private Neil Jam show in 1995). The band is visibly nervous until ‘Habit,’ at which point they totally kick in, laughing amongst themselves, making jokes. ‘MFC’ and ‘Habit’ are total standouts, as well as Stone’s tambourine playing during ‘Leatherman’ and Eddie’s hilarious backing vocals during ‘Mankind.’ The band leaves the stage and then Matt, Jeff and Ed return, Ed tells us a little story, displaying a Michael Jordan bong and a single. He tells us he bought the single for 99 cents the day before and stayed up all night listening to, ‘Last Kiss,’ a 50s gothic romance that was re-released and popular during the early 70s, and then proceeds to serenade us with a wonderful rendition of that song. Amazing show!
(FYI: The opening jam is none other than a shortened version of Pink Floyd’s ‘Interstellar Overdrive’

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

Pearl Jam
Seattle, WA

Source: BIC mic -> Panasonic walkman
Generation: ANA(1) -> DAT-M 48khz -> FLAC
Transfer: DA-20 -> Monster coax -> DiO 2496 -> Soundforge 6.0
(resample to 44.1) -> CDWave -> FLAC frontend -> FLAC

01 Interstellar Overdrive
02 Corduroy
03 Do The Evolution
04 Brain of J
05 Last Exit
06 Given to Fly
07 In Hiding
08 Off He Goes
09 MFC
10 Improv
11 Habit
12 Wishlist
13 Faithfull
14 Hail Hail
15 Mankind
16 Leatherman
17 Leaving Here
18 Ed talking
19 Last Kiss


Notes: First show with Matt Cameron on drums.

Poor sound quality, but only known source.


Thanks to cps for the DAT.

Transfer by BLG
compiled on 12-02-04

Audio 1

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