*** Eddie Vedder Amsterdam 1 Fanviews Here 5/27/17 ***

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Eddie Vedder
AFAS Live
Amsterdam, NL
May 27, 2017
Set List

Ed Onstage- 8:47
Ed Offstage 10:55

The Red Limo String Quartet are:
Sietse van Gorkom-violin
Camilla van der Kooij-violin
Rani Kumar-viola
Jonas Pap-Cello

Before Glen’s set one minute of silence was observed for the victims of the bombing in Manchester, England.

Intro Music: Tuolumne

01. Long Road
02. Trouble-(Stevens)
03. Sometimes
(speaks to audience in Dutch)
04. Can’t Keep
05. Sleeping By Myself
06. Without You
07. Longing To Belong (with Jonas Pap playing cello)
08. The Needle and The Damage Done-(Young)
09. I Am Mine
10. Light Years
11. Good Woman-(Marshall)
12. Far Behind
13. No Ceiling
14. Guaranteed
15. Rise
16. I’m Open
17. Better Man
18. Immortality
19. Porch

Encore Break One

20. I’m So Tired-(Fugazi)
21. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
22. Imagine-(Lennon)



The Red Limo String Quartet comes on stage
23. “Heroes”-(Bowie, Eno) String Quartet and Ed vocal. (partial song) Ed adapts the lyrics at the “I, I will be king…” through “We can be Heroes” with some different lyrics and pulls lines from different sections.  It only lasts 1:04 minutes/seconds.
24. Just Breathe
25. Lukin
26. Song Of Good Hope-(Hansard) {Ed sings main vocal, Glen plays guitar and sings harmony}
27. Falling Slowly-(Hansard, Irglová)-Glen sings main vocal and plays guitar.  Ed sings lead on a verse and harmony vocals)
28. The End
The Red Limo String Quartet leaves the stage

29. Rockin’ In The Free World-(Young)
30. Hard Sun-(Peterson) with Glen Hansard



Glen Hansard Set List
Glen onstage at 7:30

01. Dark Days-(Punch Brothers cover?)
02. Love Don’t Leave Me Waiting
03. Winning Streak
04. When Your Mind’s Made Up
05. Bird Of Sorrow
06. Vigilante Man-(Woody Guthrie)
07. Way Back In The Way Back When

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Thanks John for the set list & notes.


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  • DegeneratefkDegeneratefk Posts: 2,627
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
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  • ledveddermanledvedderman Posts: 6,986
    Ed singing Song of Good Hope?!?! Holy crap! Light Years solo. Not sure if that's ever happened. 
  • ledveddermanledvedderman Posts: 6,986
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
    I haven't heard. If he didn't between songs, he definitely did with the song selection. 
  • BrainofBGABrainofBGA AustraliaPosts: 1,810
    Looks like the sort of set you'd love to get your hands on as a boot! Some Ed solo, PJ, covers, duets with Glen. 

    Bravo Eddie. Very jealous of Europe friends right now. It's always a great night. 
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 12,392
    Just listened to "I'm so Tired" by Fugazi... wow, that hit home


  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 133,378
    unreal...music heals the pain...
    eddie..if i loved u and respoect u once..after tonight full tribute show..with out even say a word ,i love u and respect u thousands of times more

    thanks Sea
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 5,422
    Looks like the sort of set you'd love to get your hands on as a boot! Some Ed solo, PJ, covers, duets with Glen. 
    In what way would that differ from any EV solo show?
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  • RoelandRoeland Posts: 116
    Ed singing Song of Good Hope?!?! Holy crap! Light Years solo. Not sure if that's ever happened. 
    He played it once before in Melbourne in 2011. I'm So Tired, Heroes and Song of Good Hope were all firsts. 
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 5,422
    edited May 27
    Roeland said:
    Ed singing Song of Good Hope?!?! Holy crap! Light Years solo. Not sure if that's ever happened. 
    He played it once before in Melbourne in 2011. I'm So Tired, Heroes and Song of Good Hope were all firsts. 
    Im certain that Eddie has tagged "im so tired" to a Pearl Jam song. Anyone know which one? Cant remember which boot its from.*

    EDIT: Or wait, maybe he sang "ive been tired"...
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  • Electro_UKElectro_UK Posts: 62
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
    The show was pretty much entirely about Chris without directly mentioning him. It was clear Eddie couldn't bring himself to talk about it head on. He spoke a little how the healing process can start with music and made numerous references to how sad he was and how much he and his friends were struggling.

    Frankly it is the bravest performance I have ever seen. At times it seemed like he was a word or two away from breaking into tears. He mumbled more than usual, he violently stamped into the floor on Immortality and others and after The End I thought he was ready to just walk off and not play anymore.

    There were funny moments and he picked up in the second half. You could hear the crowd emotionally gasp when Light Years started.


    On the outro to Sometimes he cried out "Where were you, dear God?" It was heart breaking.
    "Hey Eddie, great show-- fuck you!"
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  • shetellsherselfshetellsherself New JerseyPosts: 8,287
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
    The show was pretty much entirely about Chris without directly mentioning him. It was clear Eddie couldn't bring himself to talk about it head on. He spoke a little how the healing process can start with music and made numerous references to how sad he was and how much he and his friends were struggling.

    Frankly it is the bravest performance I have ever seen. At times it seemed like he was a word or two away from breaking into tears. He mumbled more than usual, he violently stamped into the floor on Immortality and others and after The End I thought he was ready to just walk off and not play anymore.

    There were funny moments and he picked up in the second half. You could hear the crowd emotionally gasp when Light Years started.


    On the outro to Sometimes he cried out "Where were you, dear God?" It was heart breaking.
    Oh wow. So brave. So beautiful. Can we ever love or respect him more?  
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  • RiotZactRiotZact Posts: 4,536
    Wow. What an amazing and emotional show this must have been. I know this would be very unconventional for an Ed solo show, but some sort of instant classic bootleg treatment for this show in the next couple of weeks would be amazing. Some sort of way to watch/hear this show would really help the healing process. 
  • ledveddermanledvedderman Posts: 6,986
    RiotZact said:
    Some sort of way to watch/hear this show would really help the healing process. 
    I'm not so sure, man. It's a little selfish to be honest. For all we know, this could have been the most uncomfortable show ever for Ed and I totally get why it shouldn't be released. I wouldn't want to become a display to people when going through one of the hardest times in my life. 
  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 133,378
    Fan screams 
    "I LOVE YOU"
    Ed says 
    Thank you. 
    I need it - we all need it. 
    I'm thinking of a lot of people tonight. And some in particular and their families. 
    And I just know that 
    Healing takes time 
    If it ever happens 
    It takes time
    And 
    That means you have to start somewhere 
    So let be be music 
    Let it be love and togetherness 
    And let it be Amsterdam
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  • 100 Pacer100 Pacer Toronto, ONPosts: 5,564
    Very impressive! 
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  • RiotZactRiotZact Posts: 4,536
    RiotZact said:
    Some sort of way to watch/hear this show would really help the healing process. 
    I'm not so sure, man. It's a little selfish to be honest. For all we know, this could have been the most uncomfortable show ever for Ed and I totally get why it shouldn't be released. I wouldn't want to become a display to people when going through one of the hardest times in my life. 
    Good point, sorry I came off as selfish, didn't intend to be. 
  • ledveddermanledvedderman Posts: 6,986
    RiotZact said:
    RiotZact said:
    Some sort of way to watch/hear this show would really help the healing process. 
    I'm not so sure, man. It's a little selfish to be honest. For all we know, this could have been the most uncomfortable show ever for Ed and I totally get why it shouldn't be released. I wouldn't want to become a display to people when going through one of the hardest times in my life. 
    Good point, sorry I came off as selfish, didn't intend to be. 
    No dude, you didn't come across that way. I meant like as a whole for those (me included) who would want this show released. If you're guilty, so am I. All good. 
  • Daron OshayDaron Oshay Middletown, NJPosts: 1,923
    Ed singing Song of Good Hope?!?! Holy crap! Light Years solo. Not sure if that's ever happened. 
    Holy shit is right. I need to hear that asap 
  • pearljam1809pearljam1809 Posts: 719
    edited May 27
    Wow, I can´t imagine how hard it must have been for him, just so brave.
    And he´s absolutely right, the healing needs to start at some point. Many can say what they want, but they didn´t happen to have a show scheduled the day after the funeral.
    Who are we to judge anyway?.
    He had to make a decision and I´m sure he took this one because it felt right for him, all we can do is support that.
  • BeerBaronBeerBaron Toronto-ishPosts: 4,028
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
    The show was pretty much entirely about Chris without directly mentioning him. It was clear Eddie couldn't bring himself to talk about it head on. He spoke a little how the healing process can start with music and made numerous references to how sad he was and how much he and his friends were struggling.

    Frankly it is the bravest performance I have ever seen. At times it seemed like he was a word or two away from breaking into tears. He mumbled more than usual, he violently stamped into the floor on Immortality and others and after The End I thought he was ready to just walk off and not play anymore.

    There were funny moments and he picked up in the second half. You could hear the crowd emotionally gasp when Light Years started.


    On the outro to Sometimes he cried out "Where were you, dear God?" It was heart breaking.
    Thank you for this.
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  • yield2meyield2me Posts: 1,229
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
    The show was pretty much entirely about Chris without directly mentioning him. It was clear Eddie couldn't bring himself to talk about it head on. He spoke a little how the healing process can start with music and made numerous references to how sad he was and how much he and his friends were struggling.

    Frankly it is the bravest performance I have ever seen. At times it seemed like he was a word or two away from breaking into tears. He mumbled more than usual, he violently stamped into the floor on Immortality and others and after The End I thought he was ready to just walk off and not play anymore.

    There were funny moments and he picked up in the second half. You could hear the crowd emotionally gasp when Light Years started.


    On the outro to Sometimes he cried out "Where were you, dear God?" It was heart breaking.
    If anyone has this show I'd love to hear it.
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  • PorchgirlCOPorchgirlCO ColoradoPosts: 1,180
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
    The show was pretty much entirely about Chris without directly mentioning him. It was clear Eddie couldn't bring himself to talk about it head on. He spoke a little how the healing process can start with music and made numerous references to how sad he was and how much he and his friends were struggling.

    Frankly it is the bravest performance I have ever seen. At times it seemed like he was a word or two away from breaking into tears. He mumbled more than usual, he violently stamped into the floor on Immortality and others and after The End I thought he was ready to just walk off and not play anymore.

    There were funny moments and he picked up in the second half. You could hear the crowd emotionally gasp when Light Years started.


    On the outro to Sometimes he cried out "Where were you, dear God?" It was heart breaking.
    Oh wow. So brave. So beautiful. Can we ever love or respect him more?  
    This ^^^
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  • howIchoose2feelhowIchoose2feel Posts: 328
    There was no doubt that however Ed chose to approach this show in the midst of all the turmoil that he would stay true to himself and all of us. My admiration continues.

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  • slightofjeffslightofjeff Posts: 7,590
    edited May 28
    Sorry, I wasn't at the show.  Just wondering if ed brought up Chris Cornell tonight. Can anyone fill me in that was at the show?
    The show was pretty much entirely about Chris without directly mentioning him. It was clear Eddie couldn't bring himself to talk about it head on. He spoke a little how the healing process can start with music and made numerous references to how sad he was and how much he and his friends were struggling.

    Frankly it is the bravest performance I have ever seen. At times it seemed like he was a word or two away from breaking into tears. He mumbled more than usual, he violently stamped into the floor on Immortality and others and after The End I thought he was ready to just walk off and not play anymore.

    There were funny moments and he picked up in the second half. You could hear the crowd emotionally gasp when Light Years started.


    On the outro to Sometimes he cried out "Where were you, dear God?" It was heart breaking.
    Jesus.
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  • EB218946EB218946 New JerseyPosts: 1,317
    Wow great job Ed!  Wish I was there to hear this live.  
  • 2-feign-reluctance2-feign-reluctance Posts: 15,612
    Heavy. Wow. Quite honestly have zero interest in hearing/seeing anything from it though. 
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  • yoyoyoyo FrancePosts: 254
    I was here , so beautiful show, so beautiful tribute  ...
    Merci Eddie !!!
    see you next ...
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  • PJammer4lifePJammer4life Posts: 1,672
    my2hands said:
    Just listened to "I'm so Tired" by Fugazi... wow, that hit home


    Seems like Ed found solace in music through this, just like many of us, by listening and playing. That song really captures a lot of the moment.
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  • Daron OshayDaron Oshay Middletown, NJPosts: 1,923
    I can't understand how he got through singing Song of Good Hope

    so glad Glen is there on this tour with him 
  • sander_jam76sander_jam76 Posts: 104
    Amazing, strong performance by Eddie. With some humour too, including Eddie's reaction to the high pitched girl screaming "Eddieeee!" : "What's your name ? Marie ?" :) Strong stuff all around, and much love in the audience and on stage.
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