Pearl Jam Bootleg from 1992-06-18, Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland

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  1. Oceans
  2. Even Flow
  3. Why Go
  4. Jeremy
  5. State Of Love And Trust
  6. Improv (Love You Hate You)
  7. Black
  8. Alive
  9. Improv (I'm Not Crazy)
  10. Once
  11. Footsteps
  12. Deep
  13. Leash
  14. Meaningless
  15. Brass in Pocket
  16. Shower The People
  17. Porch
  18. Garden
  19. Suggestion
  20. Rockin' In The Free World

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Original info file

Pearl Jam
Zurich, Switzerland

Source:[pre-FM DAT] > ['Five Alive' bootleg] > ['Live Performance' bootleg] > FLAC frontend 1.71 > FLAC

Disc 1
01. Oceans
02. Even Flow
03. Why Go
04. Jeremy
05. State Of Love And Trust
06. Improv (Love You Hate You)
07. Black
08. Alive
09. I'm Not Crazy
10. Once
11. Footsteps
12. Deep
13. Leash
14. Jam (Shower The People/Brass In My Pocket/ Meaningless)
15. Porch

Disc 2

01. Improv/Suggestion
02. Garden
03. Rockin' In The Free World

Show details thanks to five horizons.

notes: PJ is in a good mood and Ed recalls last time when they played in Switzerland in a very small place with no amps and how cool it was. The "Mamasan trilogy" is performed and explained as follows: "The next three songs ... we've never really played them together, but they go together. You wanna hear about it? I never told anybody about this before. I don't wanna ruin any interpretations of the songs that you have, but it's about incest and it's about murder and all those good things. And if you can picture it in your mind, the third song takes place in a jail cell so this is our own little mini-opera here ..." and 'Alive' is played. The second song of the trilogy, 'Once,' has a lead in: "What you did to me, ain't right ... problem child ... cuz I ain't crazy. Once upon a time ..." and Ed screams into a raging 'Once.' And just before "Footsteps,' "So this is act three." 'Shower the People' is a James Taylor cover. 'Brass in Pocket,' is a Pretenders song with the lyrics revised a bit. ("I'll kick the fuck outta you ... I don't give a fuck.") Ed refers to 'Suggestion' as, "... the same song my dad used to sing to me when he beat me." A great show featuring an excellent version of 'Porch.'


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