[bittorrent] Pearl Jam 2000-08-14 New Orleans (Steve Hagar master)

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Pearl Jam
New Orleans Arena
New Orleans, LA
August 14, 2000

** 16 BIT **

Source:  Sonic Studios DSM-6P w/3-way lo-cut filter, position unknown (most likely @ 80hz, middle setting) > Sony WM-D6 
Transfer:  Master cassette (Maxell XL-IIS 100m) > Denon 790R > Kenwood A-522 amplifier > Kenwood GE-622 Equalizer > Audacity (boosting/splicing) > .WAV
Mastering:  .WAV > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 (Build 299) [iZotope Mastering Suite (declick); minor edits, normalize, & fades] > CDWav (tracking) > Trader's Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 5.1 (tagging) 
Location:  Front row, directly in front of Mike McCready, approximately 4' away
Recorded & transferred by:  Steve "ballsdeep" Hagar
Mastered by:  Dennis Orr

Setlist:
01 Crowd
02 Long Road
03 Grievance
04 Last Exit
05 Given To Fly
06 Hail Hail
07 Rival
08 Chat
09 Wishlist
10 Insignificance
11 Corduroy
12 Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
13 Nothing As It Seems
14 Evacuation
15 In Hiding
16 Daughter
17 Even Flow
18 Off He Goes
19 Better Man
20 Animal
21 Once
22 Rearviewmirror
23 Encore Break #1
- Encore #1 -
24 Go
25 Do The Evolution
26 Chat
27 Jeremy
28 Chat
29 Crazy Mary
30 Black
31 Porch
32 Encore Break #2
- Encore #2 -
33 Chat
34 Last Kiss
35 Sonic Reducer
36 Yellow Ledbetter

Eddie Vedder - lead vocals, harp, & acoustic guitar
Mike McCready - lead guitar & backing vocals
Stone Gossard - rhythm guitar & backing vocals
Jeff Ament - bass & backing vocals
Matt Cameron - drums & backing vocals

Show Notes:
Recorded from the front fucking row, right in front of Mike McCready. Amazing, amazing sound, almost like your head is in his amp, but all the 
other stuff still loud enough.
Sonic Youth opened (not taped)

Mastering Notes:
Tape flip during the applause after "Nothing As It Seems" - seamlessly spliced, no music lost.
Tape flip during the applause during "Encore Break #1" - seamlessly spliced 
Tape flip during the applause during "Encore Break #2" - seamlessly spliced

>From - http://www.twofeetthick.com/concert-chronology/pj2000/
This show is more tight and solid than a full out, let loose show. The crowd seems somewhat non-responsive to the newer songs. ‘Rival’ is unbelievable and Ed speaks afterward, saying it is nice to be in New Orleans and strums a bit of the ‘Release’ intro on his guitar. He thanks Sonic Youth and talks of how wishes sometimes come true, leading to ‘Wishlist.’ During the “50 million upraised hands” the crowd slowly raises their hands and Ed laughs and comments, “Right.” ‘Elderly Woman’ is introduced as a little song with a long title. Jeff has a new, big standup bass for ‘Daughter.’ No tag, but Ed is holding notes for an incredibly long time. At the top of the encore, Ed comes out talking about how they are sorry for taking so long, but they had a fight (about what songs to play). “The good news is that was the first fight I’ve gotten into while 
I was here this time.” After “DTE,” he mentions the Democratic convention: “I think Clinton was gonna speak tonight, and he was gonna say: ‘My fellow Americans. Bullshit, bullshit, bullshit, bullshit, bullshit …’” and urges people to study the issues and to vote. ‘Jeremy’ is powerful 
and includes a great crowd sing along. ‘Porch’ is slowish and has a bluesy feel. Ed speaks of Bukowski and quotes, “What matters most is how you walk through the fire …” and thanks the crowd for their support, leading to ‘Last Kiss.’ ‘Sonic Reducer’ is a nice surprise.




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