Pearl Jam Bootleg from 1994-04-17, Paramount Theater, New York, New York, USA

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Setlist

  1. Rearviewmirror
  2. Whipping
  3. Go
  4. Animal
  5. Dissident
  6. Even Flow
  7. Glorified G
  8. Tonight's The Night
  9. Daughter
  10. Why Go
  11. Jeremy
  12. Alone
  13. Garden
  14. Footsteps
  15. State Of Love And Trust
  16. Satan's Bed
  17. Blood
  18. Not For You
  19. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
  20. Sonic Reducer

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Original info file

04/17/94 - Paramount Theater: NYC, NY [100m]
attendance: 5,500
support act: Mudhoney

disc 1
01 Rearviewmirror
02 Whipping
03 Go
04 Animal
05 Dissident
06 Even Flow
07 Glorified G
08 Daughter/(Tonight's the Night)
09 Why Go
10 Jeremy
11 Alone

disc2
01 Garden
02 Footsteps
03 State of Love and Trust
04 Satan's Bed
05 Blood
06 Not for You
07 Elderly Woman
08 Sonic Reducer

notes:

The '94 tour ended with this at the Paramount Theater, located inside NY's Madison Square Garden. Area Ten Club members had preference for tickets. Remaining tickets were distributed to New York radio stations and were given away starting the Friday before (the show was on a Sunday) until late Saturday night. Winners then went to a separate location to pick up the tix before the show. Ed leads the crowd in a "fuck" chant before 'Alone.' A female fan, screaming "I love you, Eddie" is dealt with. "Aww, that's sweet. I love you too," Ed responds sarcastically. "You don't love me. You love who you think I am and the image you have created in your mind. You can't love me cause I'm already in love. Did you know my ten year anniversary with my girlfriend, Beth, is next month? That is the longest relationship of anyone in the band, unless you count Stone and Jeff." 'Dissident's' lyrics are changed to a spoken, "Escape is never the safest plan." Mark Arm joins PJ for 'Sonic Reducer.' A very spiritual, intense, cathartic show with an entire night of pummeling beats and guitar solos, Ed howling and pulsating hair. It is unclear what direction PJ will take from this point. Ed references this and suggests going off and living in a cave with Beth.

setlist info via:
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