Video Recordings

PJ1-040

Pearl Jam
July 13, 1993
Brixton Academy
London, England
1 DVD
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Audience
Hi8 Master Tape
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Master
Hi8(Master) > Mpeg2 > Demuxed > Vegas Pro > Architect > DVD5
PAL
4:3
01:26:02
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AlvaroJam
Animal Projects
Yes
Yes
1
1


Why Go
Deep
Jeremy
Blood
Dissident
Even Flow
Go
Animal
Black
Glorified G
Daughter
Alive
Rats
Porch
Rearviewmirror
Whipping
Sonic Reducer
Once
Indifference 

Complete Show.

Audio: (main show)

Master VHS Native Audio + Sony ECM-909 > Sony WM-D6 ? 3rd gen DAT clone of a 1st gen analog cassette ? FLAC ? Adobe Audition ? FLAC

* Indifference: Sony ECM-909 > Sony WM-D6 ? 3rd gen DAT clone of a 1st gen analog cassette ? FLAC ? Adobe Audition ? FLAC

Taken from Five Horizons:

Some mic cord spinning from Eddie at the end of Alive. "Brixton Academy - is that like a school or something?," he asks the crowd after Rats. Lines from Mudhoney's Suck You Dry are added to the jam in Porch. He introduces Rearviewmirrow as follows: "I want you to listen to this song in a car really fast, driving away from someone you hate." Eddie plays guitar on this song as well as Whipping (with his black Fender with the "Skateboarding is not a crime" bumper sticker -- the one he smashed and gave away two years later a stadium show in Chicago). This is the earliest Whipping appears on any PJ concert video. This vid was shot from the left side (facing stage) up above the crowd. The view of the band is excellent -- we actually get to see Dave from this angle -- but the sound is muffled, as if something was blocking the camcorder's mic. The camera tends to focus on Eddie a bit too much. When the taper does pan it's usually to Jeff and Dave, or Stone. We very rarely see Mike. :( Great performance but a trend is becoming apparent... the old, maniacal Eddie is gone, replaced by a more restrained version who no longer crowd surfs, stage dives, or climbs rafters. It's a behaviour that has continued to this day, probably for multiple reasons. Crowds get too excited anymore and almost rip him to shreds if he leaves the stage, and stage/balcony diving, while neat to watch, is just plain unsafe.




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