Pearl Jam Bootleg from 1998-07-03, Sandstone Amphitheatre, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

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  1. Corduroy
  2. Hail, Hail
  3. Brain Of J.
  4. Dissident
  5. Faithfull
  6. Jeremy
  7. I Got Id
  8. MFC
  9. Wishlist
  10. Last Exit
  11. Given To Fly
  12. Even Flow
  13. Daughter
  14. Footsteps
  15. Alive
  16. Go
  17. Nothingman
  18. Better Man
  19. Do The Evolution
  20. Smile
  21. Rockin' In The Free World

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Original info file

Pearl Jam
July 3, 1998
Sandstone Amphitheater: Bonner Springs, KS

Source: Schoeps CCM-4 > Aerco pre-amp > Sony SBM-1 > Sony TCD-D100 (16th row, right/center) > dat > cdr >
dEdit > dEQ > flac

Digital Editing and Remastering: Allen Robertson
Artwork: SF2004


01 Corduroy
02 Hail Hail
03 Brain of J
04 Dissident
05 Faithfull
06 Jeremy
07 I Got Shit
08 MFC
09 Wishlist
10 Last Exit
11 Given to Fly
12 Even Flow
13 Daughter/(The Whole of the Moon) (^)

01 Footsteps
02 Alive
03 Go
04 Nothingman
05 Better Man
06 Do the Evolution
07 Smile
08 Rockin' in the Free World

(^) this is the only known occurrence of the Waterboys' "The Whole of the Moon" being tagged


Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons ->
A very hot and sweaty show (at least they were smart tonight and all wore shorts!). During the first few songs, the sweat is literally pouring off of Stone and Ed's faces. After 'Jeremy,' Ed comments on how they haven't been here in a while: "We weren't touring anyway ... it's not like we were seeing other people ... we've been saving ourselves for you." 'MFC' is so intense that Ed breaks a string and then proceeds to finish the song banging the neck of his guitar against the mic stand. The 'Daughter' tag consists of Ed cupping his hands around his mouth to create a megaphone effect, singing "the shades go down" and moving his hands in and out to make some very weird and wonderful noises, followed by a short 'The Whole of the Moon' (a Waterboys cover). Then he points at the moon, and mentions that this is the last time for a while they'll see "that thing" on this tour. "That thing moves us like the tides ..." The intro to 'Footsteps' mentions the fact that the song was written before Ed was in the band and that Matt Cameron actually played on the first recording, and then Ed requests applause for Matt. He also mentions that he is not that anxious to be getting to Texas quickly, complete with a dead-on impersonation of a Texas drawl. He later goes into an interesting rant about creation and religion before 'Smile,' which ended with the statement, "What I want to know is, how many days did it take for man to create god?" A frantic 'RitFW,' complete with awesome solo by Mike, ends the set. On the real setlist but not played: 'Pilate' and 'Off He Goes.'

Special Thanks to SF for kicking my ass in gear and doing the artwork.

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Notes compiled on 10-31-04 (Happy Halloween!! Boo!!) by spacedvest


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