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Pearl Jam
September 30, 1991
I-Beam
San Francisco, California, USA
1 DVD
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Audience
MDvideoguy
Master
Recorded withSony TR7 (Radio Shack
NTSC
4:3
01:04:29
MDvideoguy
AlvaroJam
Animal Projects
Yes
Yes
1
1


1.Wash 
2.Once 
3.Even Flow
4.Suggestion 
5.State Of Love And Trust 
6.Alive 
7.Garden 
8.Deep 
9.Black 
10.Jeremy 
11.Why Go 
12.Porch
13.I've Got a Feeling

Audio Source:
VHS Audio + AUD Recording (um > ur > analog > dEQ) 

(5H) Bad day for the band it seems. Equipment problems are apparent and fights break out in the crowd a lot. During Even Flow Eddie gets disgusted and flings the mic to the floor, choosing to bellow out the lyrics unaided. He can tell people in the back can't hear him though, so he quickly picks it back up. A capella version of Fugazi's "Suggestion". Eddie stands on a monitor and then tumbles into the audience during Alive. Garden starts, and after the first verse Eddie sees a fight in the first row and breaks it up, then sings the second verse from down on the floor, which seems to calm people down. Then he says, "Alright I'll trust you guys to be friends," and climbs back up on stage. :) Stone and Jeff sing back up on Garden, too. Eddie suddenly jumps into the crowd again during Jeremy, probably to break up another fight, since three roadies pile in after him. Someone in the front hands Eddie a home-made Stickman T-shirt. Eddie says, "This thing, gentlemen, is illegal," and then laughs. "Who did this? We love it." Eddie is holding it up for the audience to see and Jeff comes over to get a better look at it. Eddie says, "Pretty good job!" and Jeff is smiling and seems to agree. "I think he's gettin' better than you Jeff." Eddie reads the tag, "100% cotton," shrugs and smiles, as if the band's shirts are made of polyester or something. The mood lightens up a bit, and Eddie climbs like a maniac during Porch. The end of the song is sung from the rafters but it's too dark to see him. "I've Got a Feeling" is a Beatles tune. (PJ's studio version appears on the Japanese release of Ten and early promo releases of "Alive".) Long, jammy version, with Mike adding Hendrix bits and Eddie improvising lyrics. This vid is a little dark, as the I-Beam is poorly lit. Shot from far back just right of center but zoomed in adequately. Good closeups of Mike during solos.




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