September 29, 2004 FleetCenter – Boston, MA

Show Notes

The band mixes it up a bit more on this second show in Boston with five covers, including ‘Lion’s Share’ by LA punk band, Germs. ‘Alone’ and ‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ are surprises, not played since shows ten years ago. Green lights bathe the stage before the band takes the stage, green means ‘Go,’ and the crowd is really up from the opening notes of ‘Go’ through the end of ‘DTE.’ During ‘Wishlist’ a guy in the front proposes to his girlfriend and Ed changes the lyrics to reflect this (“I wish I was a preacher man …”) and later announces it to the whole crowd. He jokes, “This is the song I would have proposed to,” and at the end of the show, he gives the couple a wine bottle signed, “Congratulations … Love, Eddie … 9/29/04.” ‘Alone’ catches a lot of fans by surprise, with others having no idea what it is and the band seems a bit unsure of where to take it, recovering to finish it in a decent way (considering it hadn’t been played since 1994). ‘Corduroy’ is introduced as Johnny Ramone’s favorite PJ song. After playing ‘Corduroy,’ Stone starts the intro to ‘Once,’ then quickly stops, the band talks, then they break into ‘I Believe In Miracles,’ perhaps as a kind of tribute to Johnny. ‘Once’ is a gigantic sing along, almost deafening. For the acoustic set and beyond, Boom breaks out his Pedro Martinez Red Sox jersey. Ed comments later that Boom’s hair is what Pedro’s is going to look like in three years … “with three world series rings on his fingers!” and the crowd goes nuts. There are lots of smiles at the acoustic ‘Lukin.’ Very good crowd response to ‘MOTH’ and ‘Black’ is extended with Mike soloing and Ed seeming pretty moved. ‘The Seeker’ is great with the crowd eating it up. ‘Daughter’ into ‘War’ is gigantic (tremendous call and response of “shades go down” during ‘Daughter’), and ‘Glorified G’ just continues the energy. Ed brings Tim Robbins out to help sing ‘New World,’ getting a somewhat tepid reaction from the crowd. (Gob Roberts received several boots throughout their set and was semi-booed off the stage, just finishing up their final song and getting off quickly.) Just as with ‘Alone,’ some people don’t seem to know what ‘I’ve Got A Feeling’ is, but the diehards get it right away. Again, the band nearly muffs it up, then recovers for another nice ending and the lyrics are changed to express anti-war sentiment. Show ends with ‘RITFW,’ house lights on, and the band looking like they’re having the time of their lives and Ed obviously drunk at this point. Ed trades a tambourine to someone in the front row for a bottle of wine. Ed then pretends to swing the bottle like a bat. (On the soundboard handwritten setlist, “I Am Mine/Light Years” were written after ‘PT’ but ‘Corduroy’ was obviously played instead.)

Notes provided by: Twofeetthick

Source 1

Pearl Jam
September, 29th, 2004
Fleet Center-Boston,MA

Source: Schoeps > DAT
Conversion: Fostex D5 > SP/DIF > DIO2448 > Soundforge 7.0b > shntool 2.0.3

**DO NOT ENCODE TO MP3**
**DO NOT SELL COPIES OF THIS**

Disc 1:
01. (Ed Solo pre-show)I Am A Patriot 03:59.47
02. Intro 00:58.64
03. Go 02:58.23
04. Animal 02:36.74
05. Do The Evolution 03:59.49
06. Save You 03:41.04
07. The America In Me 05:12.22
08. Immortality 06:12.03
09. Wishlist 08:14.23
10. Grievance 03:33.36
11. Alone 03:29.36
12. Present Tense 05:59.38
13. Corduroy 04:53.69
14. I Believe In Miracles 03:17.73
15. Once 03:30.18

Total: 62:37.55

Disc 2:
01. Intro 02:03.36
02. Lukin^ 01:10.63
03. Off He Goes^ 06:09.71
04. Man Of The Hour^ 03:58.00
05. Parting Ways^ 04:16.15
06. Black^ 08:47.62
07. The Seeker$ 05:00.17
08. Daughter/War 06:32.49
09. Glorified G 03:35.31
10. Lion’s Share@ 02:35.64
11. The New World 06:00.59
12. I’ve Got A Feeling+ 05:14.07
13. Rockin’ In The Free World~ 07:17.52

Total: 62:43.01

^played acoustic
$ The Who
@ The Germs
+ The Beatles
~ Neil Young

For an in depth review of this show
please visit http://www.fivehorizons.com/tour/cc/t2004.shtml

**This show brought to you by The Don and your friends in the Left Coast Mafia**

Compiled by alex@kabella.org on 10/01/2004

Source 2

pearl jam
fleet center
boston, ma
september 29, 2004

source: schoeps mk4 > nbox > m1
conversion: m1 > rme-audio multiface > wavelab > shntool > flac

disc 1

— ed solo —
01. i am a patriot

— main set —
02. go
03. animal
04. do the evolution
05. save you
06. the american in me
07. immortality
08. wishlist
09. grievance
10. alone
11. present tense
12. corduroy
13. i believe in miracles
14. once

disc 2

— full band (acoustic) —
01. intro
02. lukin
03. off he goes
04. man of the hour
05. parting ways
06. black

— encore 1 —
07. the seeker
08. daughter (war)
09. glorified g
10. lion’s share
11. the new world

— encore 2 —
12. i’ve got a feeling
13. rockin’ in the free world

notes:
go red sox!

compiled on october 20, 2004

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