*** Buenos Aires, Argentina Fanviews Here 11/7/15 ***

KatKat There's a lot to be said for nowhere.Posts: 3,183
edited April 2016 in Given To Fly (live)
Pearl Jam: Buenos Aires, AR November 07, 2015
Estadio Unico Cuidad De La Plata

Opening Band: Capsula

Walk On Music: 09:17 (Master & Slave)
Band On Stage: 09:18
Band Off Stage: 12:23

01. Pendulum
02. Low Light
03. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
04. Mind Your Manners
05. Do The Evolution (when the audience sings along to Stone’s guitar part Ed shouts “You got this. I think you wrote this.”)
(In between songs Ed sings “yeah, yeah” and the audience sings it back to him. He tries a few things going high and low and the crowd repeats it back)
06. All Night
07. Once (During ‘Once’ Ed jumps down onto the lower deck of the stage in front of the monitors, moving towards the barricade and sings the outro)
08. Dissident
(after the song the audience starts singing something that has the words Olé, olé, olé Ola San Diego. After the audience finishes the song Ed addresses them in English and Spanish)
09. Lightning Bolt
(Ed thanks the audience and the opening band Capsula, “thanks for being a great audience to for them and thanks to them for being a great band for us.” He mentions that they are originally from Buenos Aires but have been away for a long time. They flew in from Spain just for this show. He says the next song is for them.)
10. Given To Fly
11. Swallowed Whole
(“This song we played at our very first show, which will be 25 years ago in one month. And we are here to prove that we play it better now than we did then.” Mike’s gesture indicates he agrees.)
12. Even Flow
(after the song the crowd continues to sing the part they sang through the the end of “Even Flow”. Ed says, “I think this crowd is our favorite band.”)
13. Sirens-(sing along outro)
(“So this one’s for Seattle.”)
14. Grievance
(Ed describes pulling up to the venue today and all the people lined up outside. He spotted a young girl about the same age as his daughter. He describes what she was wearing and how she put her hands to her face in excitement and then waved. He wished the band could have stopped and jumped out but they were in a long line of cars. He then thanks the audience for coming to the show and thanks the mom for bringing the girl to the show and says he wishes he could have met her. He (dedicates Daughter to the little girl Ed saw as they were pulling up to the venue.)
15. Daughter/ Blitzkrieg Bop-(Ramones)/ WMA. just the lyric “Hey Ho, Let’s go” for Blitzkrieg
16. Unthought Known
17. Immortality
18. Life Wasted
19. Rearviewmirror

Encore Break 1
(Ed talks about “we” meaning the band and crew and “some of you as well” meaning the audience have had a very rough year and lost people that they loved. He tells the Argentinians that it means so much being received so well by them. “It means a lot and even more now.”)

20. Footsteps (Ed has security give the harmonica he was playing to a woman at the barricade. She appears to be very moved. Her reaction is shown on the video screens)
21. Imagine-(Lennon) {Lots of cell phone lights and lighters held up by the audience}
(Ed addresses the crowd in Spanish. He talks about how his first trip to South American was with the Ramones.)
22. Corduroy
23. I Believe In Miracles-(Ramone, Ray)
24. Jeremy
25. Porch (Ed runs to the wings of the stage and dances. Jeff lays on his back on the stage and continues to play. Ed puts on a Chicago cubs helmet and goes down between the barricades towards front of house shaking hands)

Encore Break 2

(Ed notes that there are lot of women down front at the barricade and comments “that means it is safe down there and people are looking out for each other. That is not always the case.” He praises the strong women and men that are taking care of each other.
He asks for a camera to show the sign he is holding. It says “Ni Una Menos” Ed implores people to end gender based violence and for people to stand up for women everywhere.
The next two songs seem to tie in to his comments)

26. Leaving Here-(Holland, Holland, Dozier)
27. Betterman/Save It For Later-(Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling) {just the lyrics “Don’t Run Away, Don’t Let Me down}
28. Red Mosquito
29. Black (audience continues to sing and clap the outro after the band stops playing. Only Stone continues to quietly continue strumming. Gradually slowing down)
30. Blood /Atomic Dog-(Clinton, Shider, Spradley) (just a couple the “bow wow” lines)
31. Alive
32. Baba O’Riley-(Townshend)
33. Indifference

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"Well, as far as I know, music makes people happy. I know it makes me happy." -- Fats Domino
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  • ehbaconehbacon Posts: 1,767
    The solo in Black was absolutely jaw dropping
    Listen to some of my music here (if you want to): [url="My soundcloud"]
  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Calgary ABPosts: 1,066
    edited November 2015
    I have just witnessed another legendary Pearl Jam show.
    The Argentine fans are amazing! It was even better than I had hoped it would be.

    That was something special tonight, and I simply have no words for it. I will never forget this show. Estadio La Plata has wonderful acoustics, the band sounded awesome.

    There is a special bond between the band and their Argentine fans, that there is no question.
    This is going to take some time to totally sink in, the show was that great.
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    2013 Calgary Seattle
    2014 Amsterdam1 Trieste Vienna Moline St. Paul
    2015 Santiago Buenos Aires
    It's been about three days now
    Since I've been aground
    No longer overwhelmed and it seems so simple now
    It's funny when things change so much
    It's all state of mind
  • mcrokmcrok Posts: 605
    That is a sick setlist.
    96 - Ft Lauderdale
    98 - ATL; WPB I & II
    00 - WPB I & II
    03 - Boston I; Detroit I & II
    04 - Boston VFC I & II
    05 - Borgata II
    08 - WPB; NY MSG I & II
    10 - CLE
    12 - Music Midtown; EV Jax II; EV Orlando I&II
    13 - BWI; CVille; CLT
    14 - Memphis
    16 - Jax; Gville; Cola; Fenway II
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 133,898
    Omg....what a night....had a blast....i dont know if details matter...
    But with this crowd and energy only epic show u can have
    The last encore was unreal!!!!!!and eddie challenge the crowd ."what?are u tired?u wanna go for sleep?"and they went nuts!!!!
    I have no words about buenos aires..this place is blessed with people who doesnt afraid to feel,to scream,to let lose.....
    I LOVE BUENOS AIRES..
    THANK U Bs As...Thanks PJ..Thanks hermanos ..ill see u again..

    Thanks Kat!!
    "...Dimitri...He talks to me...'.."The Ghost of Greece..".
    "..That's One Happy Fuckin Ghost.."
    “..That came up on the Pillow Case...This is for the Greek, With Our Apologies.....”
  • I just got back home. What a great night. Long set, many rarities. Baba O'Riley!!!
    Wow, it was intense. I love you all, have a nice night. I need to sleep.
  • mfc2006mfc2006 PDX--->KCPosts: 30,021
    Great setlist! Glad you all had fun
    I LOVE MUSIC.
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  • Footsteps, grievance, all night, red mosquito, indiference, leaving here
    Great setlist
    Santiago I 2005
    Santiago II 2005
    West Palm Beach 2008
    Alpine Valley PJ20 I 2011
    Alpine Valley PJ 20 II 2011
    Santiago 2011
    Lima 2011
    Buenos Aires 2013
    Brooklyn I 2013
    Brooklyn II 2013
    Santiago 2015
    Bogota 2015
    Ft Lauderdale 2016
    Miami 2016
  • javis el errantejavis el errante Buenos AiresPosts: 5,736
    Best band ever. Best show ever.

    6 am. I just got back from La Plata. Walked from 25 and 32, where the stadium is located, down 32 to 13, then from 32 down 13 up to 44, then from 13 down 44 up to 7, the 4 more blocks to the bus station. 40 minutes waiting line. 1 hour and a half ride. Then another bus to get me where I take the train home. Dinner at 4 am. I'm still precessing this night.

    It was high time that the Argentine crowd got a set list like this one. Low Light, All Night, Dissident,
    Grievance, Footsteps, Leaving Here, Red Mosquito, Baba O’Riley, Indifference: these are not regular on the setlist, and only Grievance was played before, back in 2005. Lightning Bolt and Swallowed Whole are in my LB top five, needless to say that Blood, Alive, Corduroy, DTE, RVM and Life Wasted are a must in a PJ setlist, I never get tired of those, and this time Life Wasted sounded wierd, but it still rocked and kicked ass. I could do without many songs of Ten and more Binaural and Riot Act, maybe next time. But this show was one of a lifetime: the songs, the crowd, the singalongs, the energy were out of this world. Eddie saying Argentine crowd were the band fav band was funny, but he mentioned that back in 2011 when they played with X, Jeff asked how was that possible? that crowd was insane "still processing it", and Ed later said "it is possible". As Dimi said, the vibe in La Plata was unique. This was the best show ever. I can't think any other band or any other event that made me feel what I felt tonight (no kids and haven't met my other half yet), and only Pearl Jam can beat this show. And the cherry on top: they played Red Mosquito. Say no more.

    6:30 am. javis signing off.
    ... I am not in the business of being liked anymore ...

  • Best show ever.
    Words are absolutely not enough, we’ll all be lucky if the bootleg can capture at least part of what this show was.
    First, the setlist, shaking things up, was superb, in the past we’ve gotten only glimpses of songs that are less familiar, so last night was a real treat. I even got my absolute favorite song, Footsteps, which in a million years would have dreamt to listen to live in my hometown.
    Second, the band’s mood towards the show, as I mentioned about the Santiago’s show, they all seemed to be enjoying themselves, and that clearly translates into a great interaction with us the fans. Eddie was particularly active, came down the stage twice I think, the one with the helmet was hilarious, he also wore a monkey mask someone in the audience gave him. And Jeff wore Fabricio Oberto’s basketball shirt during the last encore, as he did in previous times.
    Last but not least, the crowd, with once again amazing energy. We all knew we were being part of something truly memorable. I was seating next to a nice couple from Toronto (sorry I didn't get your names), it was his 50th show, and they say they came to SA wanting to experience first hand the energy of this crowds, since the band has said they love it here. I hope we didin’t disappoint them.
    I’m sure many more things will come to my mind, it was all too much.
    Thank you Pearl Jam for one of the greatest nights ever!
    I have now a couple of weeks to settle down, and then, Río.
  • nuzzer1nuzzer1 New JerseyPosts: 708
    Epic epic show- that crowd is surreal. Best energy I've ever seen! Was excellent to see how grateful Ed was to them - they played their hearts out!
  • To experience the pit in Buenos Aires was something special and will never forget. Absolutely crazy. The crowd was so into it and the band was just feeding off the energy. Hearing Red Mosquito was a highlight for sure. I don't have a great memory for fan view type postings but the energy in the room was phenomenal and I would come back in a heartbeat.
  • SarahSarah TorontoPosts: 664
    Sounds like an AMAZING show. Congrats to those who were there.
    "Somewhere in between / There and here / I got lost / I got scared..."
  • nicknyr15nicknyr15 Posts: 1,703
    What a set.
  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 9,458
    I have no words now..my english is very poor to describe what happen and what i felt last night..
    Thank you PJ..Thank you Argentina..more when i get home..
    Athens 2006. Dusseldorf 2007. Berlin 2009. Venice 2010. Amsterdam 1 2012. Amsterdam 1+2 2014. Buenos Aires 2015
    EV, Taormina 1+2 2017
  • toddlutttoddlutt SeattlePosts: 30
    All that I could have hoped for and more (Red Mosquito, I Believe In Miracles, Blood and of course Footsteps). I came to South America just for this, the energy, the energy, the energy... I only wish I could have survived the pit longer (but did not want to miss the shows in Brazil which will be the grandest dessert after a fabulous main course). The most amazing crowd ever, thank you Buenos Aires!
  • iwasatpj20iwasatpj20 Rockford, ILPosts: 2,562
    The Buenos Aires set was great, sounded like an amazing crowd.

    I'll definitely have to put Argentina on my to do bucket list.
    2000 - Chicago
    2003 - Champaign
    2006 - Chicago 1 & 2
    2007 - Chicago Lollapalooza
    2009 - Chicago 1 & 2
    2010 - Saint Louis
    2011 - East Troy 1 & 2 (PJ20 Destination Weekend)
    2012 - Atlanta, Missoula
    2013 - Chicago (Wrigley Field), Dallas, Oklahoma City
    2014 - Saint Louis, Tulsa, Moline (No Code, IL), Saint Paul, Milwaukee (Yield, WI)
    2016 - Greenville (Vs, SC), Columbia, Boston (Fenway Park 1), Chicago (Wrigley Field 1 & 2)

    2012 - Temple of the Dog (PJ20 Destination Weekend)
    2014 - Soundgarden Tinley Park (with Nine Inch Nails)
    2016 - Chris Cornell Solo (Madison, WI and Peoria, IL (official hometown show))
    2016 - Temple of the Dog (San Francisco, both shows)

    RIP Andrew Wood, Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley, and Chris Cornell
  • wow, looks like they knocked it out of the park last night. love this band!
  • Last night was incredibly special and yes, that set list kicked ass. I'm finding that words ring hollow to express the passion that band and fans had. Well done Argentina!

    To those going on to Brazil, safe travels. Loved meeting each and everyone.
  • nuzzer1nuzzer1 New JerseyPosts: 708
    Anyone happen to know last night's attendance?
  • cp3iversoncp3iverson Posts: 3,267
    We need a Buenos Aires live blu-ray
    ISO:  2010 Hartford AP
  • nuzzer1nuzzer1 New JerseyPosts: 708
    Anyone happen to know last night's attendance?
  • spacekaddettespacekaddette New York, NYPosts: 163
    They were singing "Olé, Olé, Olé, Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam" and then also singing Olé in full.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olé,_Olé,_Olé
    2003 - Buffalo
    2008 - Hartford, Mansfield I, Toronto I (EV Solo)
    2010 - Buffalo
    2013 - Buffalo, Brooklyn I, Brooklyn II
    2014 - St. Paul, Milwaukee, Denver
    2015 - Buenos Aires, Mexico City
    2016 - New York I, New York II
  • They were singing "Olé, Olé, Olé, Pearl Jam, Pearl Jam" and then also singing Olé in full.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olé,_Olé,_Olé

    Yes, only the last "Olé" has nothing to do with PJ song, it´s a little longer version of the first chant. Dimitris post a video here community.pearljam.com/discussion/247744/buenos-aires-last-night#latest
  • ehbaconehbacon Posts: 1,767


    best version ever
    Listen to some of my music here (if you want to): [url="My soundcloud"]
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 133,898
    nuzzer1 said:

    Anyone happen to know last night's attendance?

    50-52 was the tickets was sold
    "...Dimitri...He talks to me...'.."The Ghost of Greece..".
    "..That's One Happy Fuckin Ghost.."
    “..That came up on the Pillow Case...This is for the Greek, With Our Apologies.....”
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 133,898
    ehbacon said:



    best version ever

    Absolutely...said it at the relay
    "...Dimitri...He talks to me...'.."The Ghost of Greece..".
    "..That's One Happy Fuckin Ghost.."
    “..That came up on the Pillow Case...This is for the Greek, With Our Apologies.....”
  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 12,468

    nuzzer1 said:

    Anyone happen to know last night's attendance?

    50-52 was the tickets was sold
    So Santiago had more people at it? Was ba close to a sell out?
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me......
  • nicknyr15nicknyr15 Posts: 1,703
    I can't wait for the boot. Wow
  • LauTLauT Posts: 3
    I wish I spoke inglish, but it´s so hard to think in another language... In Argentina, at least, the OLÉ OLÉ song means love to the band. Means that the fans are another member of a band and that their are so pasioned for it that they can't stop. We sing "olé olé olé, olé olé olé olá, olé olé olé cada día te quiero más, yo soy Pearl Jam, es un sentimiento, no puedo parar"
  • LauTLauT Posts: 3
    All the things you said before about the show make me cry. I can't believe a was there. I can't believe is so true what we felt... Thank you Pearl Jam, you make very happy
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