November 12, 1991 Roseland Ballroom – New York, NY

Show Notes

A small riff from ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ is played during the short version of ‘Window Paine,’ leading into ‘Once.’ During ‘Once,’ Ed sings, I’ve got nothin’ to say … but I hope the Knicks win tonight.” Ed jokes about “George” (Bush) being in town and how the streets were blocked off. He goes on to say that George wanted backstage passes for the Peppers, which leads into ‘Alive.’ Before ‘Porch,’ Ed asks to see the biggest Knicks fan in the crowd and offers to take the fan to see the Knicks and the Nets play at MSG after the shoe. Ed mentions that the Pumpkins and Chili Peppers will play later.

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

Pearl Jam
November 12, 1991
Roseland Ballroom: New York City, NY

Taper: Unknown
Source: Sony ECM-909 > Sony WM-D6

CD > WAV > SHN: Rick Bendes (,
Equipment: Sony CDU571-Q 16X IDE > Easy CD Creator > MKW Audio Compression Tool Kit


Disc 1:
01 – Release – 05:30
02 – Even Flow – 04:46
03 – Window Paine/Once – 03:27
04 – Alive/Suggestion – 06:06
05 – Jeremy – 05:06
06 – Porch – 05:10
Total: 30:05

– PJ supporting Smashing Pumpkins, Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Audio 1

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