Pearl Jam Bootleg from 1998-09-04, Bi-Lo Center, Greenville, South Carolina, USA

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  1. Oceans
  2. Do The Evolution
  3. Animal
  4. Given To Fly
  5. Corduroy
  6. I Got Id
  7. In Hiding
  8. Jeremy
  9. Even Flow
  10. Nothingman
  11. Not For You
  12. Rearviewmirror
  13. Wishlist
  14. Brain Of J.
  15. All Those Yesterdays
  16. Porch
  17. Go
  18. Hail, Hail
  19. W.M.A.
  20. Noise of Carpet
  21. Daughter
  22. Mankind
  23. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
  24. Fuckin' Up
  25. Indifference

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Original info file

Pearl Jam
September 4, 1998
Bi-Lo Center: Greenville, SC

Source:Neumann KM-184 > Aerco pre-amp > Sony TCD-D8 (FOB) > dEdit > cdr > flac

Digital Editing: Dave Posluszny
Artwork: Allen Robertson


01 Oceans
02 Do the Evolution
03 Animal
04 Given to Fly
05 Corduroy
06 I Got Shit
07 In Hiding
08 Jeremy
09 Even Flow
10 Nothingman
11 Not for You
12 Rearviewmirror
13 Wishlist

01 Brain of J
02 All Those Yesterdays
03 Porch
encore 1:
04 Go
05 Hail, Hail
06 Daughter/(Noise of Carpet)/(W.M.A.)
07 Mankind
08 Elderly Woman...
09 Fuckin' Up
encore 2:
10 Indifference


Show Notes (thanks to Five Horizons):
'Oceans' is a beautiful opener, with a film on the backdrop showing water ripples
and Ed includes the "oh, Beth" line.
During 'In Hiding,' Matt hits the drums hard at the "cracks along the wall" part ...
everyone stops and then Matt kicks back in (a la John Bonham) doing the quick snare, tom, floor tom, bass drum thing ...
and the song starts back up.
After 'Even Flow,' Ed comments on how this was the second show held in this venue,
with Janet Jackson being first, and that they're gonna "burn up the stage" and "cleanse the place."
Stone has two BIG solos during 'Not for You.'
'RVM' features a fast start and never slows down--spectacular!
Ed turns and sings to those seated behind the stage during 'All Those Yesterdays.'
Matt maintains a strong tribal beat throughout 'Porch,' and Ed takes a small mirror, walking along the front of the crowd, showing people their own reflections.
When he returns to the mic, he tries to reflect someone's laser pen that had been up on stage all night.
Stone is hilarious before singing 'Mankind' saying, "I have to twist everyone's arm ... I never ever get to sing what I want."
Ed sings backup and plays tambourine, breaking the head, putting it over his head and then tossing it to the crowd.
Mike does his finger tapping solo. Ed makes a quip about how Stone had been "begging to play a song."
He says something about how the last time they were in South Carolina, they saw a lot of small towns and they were glad Matt "got to see you," leading to 'Elderly Woman.'
During 'Fuckin' Up,' Mike goes on top of a speaker stack and lies on them on top of his guitar after looking like he might go into the crowd for a moment!
Stuff is thrown on the stage all;
toward the start, Ed makes a great catch of a shirt and when another one is tossed up shortly after, he says,
"Okay, that's enough. Only one catch a night."
'Indifference hasn't been played since the Australia shows.
'MFC,' 'Black' and 'Trouble' are on the setlist but not played.
Many different solos and breakdowns in tonight's songs.
Solid show, good crowd but the GA on the floor was rough.

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Originally by spacedvest on 11/30/03


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