September 20, 1992 Warren G. Magnuson Park – Seattle, WA

Show Notes

This concert (“A Drop in the Park”) was the rescheduled date for the originally planned May 20 Gas Works Park free show. Despite some traffic difficulties, the show went rather well. Reportedly, this effort for Rock the Vote inspired approximately 3,000 young people to register to vote. Ed comments, “If you don’t vote, you can’t complain about the outcome.” This show probably cost PJ $100,000 of their own money to sponsor. Ed tosses the mic high above, it catches over the scaffolding, he climbs up a pole–hanging for a bit–and then slides down the cord. Ed notes early in the show, “This is like the OK Hotel times one million.” Ministry’s drummer and Bruce Fairweather (Mother Love Bone) join PJ in ‘RitFW.’ At the show’s close, Ed exclaims, “I can’t believe we did it! You did it!” smiling

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

PEARL JAM

1992/09/20 – Warren G. Magnuson Park: Seattle, WA

Source: bootleg CD: ‘Seattle Jammin’ (source unknown) > CDR > EAC > SHN

Set:

01 Even Flow
02 Once
03 State of Love and Trust
04 Why Go
05 Deep
06 Jeremy
07 Black
08 Alive
09 Garden/(Walkaway)
10 Porch/(Tearing)
11 Sonic Reducer
12 Rockin’ in the Free World

09/20/92 – Warren G. Magnuson Park: Seattle, WA (Free Festival) [70m]
attendance: 29,000 free tickets distributed
support acts: Pete Droge, Lazy Susan, Cypress Hill, Shawn Smith, Seaweed, Jim Rose
set: Even Flow, Once, State of Love and Trust, (Angie riffs) Why Go, Deep, Jeremy, Black,
Alive, Garden, (Walkaway)/Porch/(Tearing), Sonic Reducer, Rockin’ in the Free World
notes: This concert (“A Drop in the Park”) was the rescheduled date for the originally planned
May 20 Gas Works Park free show. Despite some traffic difficulties, the show went rather well.
Reportedly, this effort for Rock the Vote inspired approximately 3,000 young people to
register to vote. Ed comments, “If you don’t vote, you can’t complain about the outcome.
” This show probably cost PJ $100,000 of their own money to sponsor. Ed tosses the mic high
above, it catches over the scaffolding, he climbs up a pole–hanging for a bit–and then
slides down the cord. Ed notes early in the show, “This is like the OK Hotel times one
million.” Ministry’s drummer and Bruce Fairweather (Mother Love Bone) join PJ in ‘RitFW.
‘At the show’s close, Ed exclaims, “I can’t believe we did it! You did it!” smiling

Source 2

Pearl Jam

September 20, 1992

Drop in the Park

Warren G. Magnuson Park, Seattle, WA

 

Source: Sony promo CD patched with “Seattle Jammin” boot CD

Lineage: promo CD: FLAC > WAV > dEdit > FLAC, boot CD: SHN > WAV > dEQ > FLAC

Notes: Between-song banter, beginning of Garden, and 2 encore songs patched with

boot CD, which was speed-corrected (~1% fast) and EQ’ed to match promo CD

 

01 Even Flow

02 Once

03 State of Love and Trust

04 Why Go

05 Deep

06 Jeremy

07 Black

08 Alive

09 Garden

10 Porch

 

11 Encore Break

12 Sonic Reducer

13 Rockin’ in the Free World

 

Compiled July 2020 by FGE

Audio 1

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Audio 2

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Album Artwork

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Video

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