**** Montreal Fanviews Here 9/7/11 *****

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  • whygohomewhygohome Posts: 2,305
    dislocated wrote:
    Oceans wrote:
    sigh... wish I could go along with everyone who loved the show. I really wished they played more obscure/random setlist, just let it flow. Their setlist has been the same for 10 years. I know they will play evenflow, alive, betterman, yellowledbetter or rocking to top it off. A soft song to start. Just wish they would change it up a little. Don't get me wrong. LOVE..The Music. but when we can call out every song most of the time... Losing the spark. Miss the spontaneity. Play music guys. You don't need to play to new fans anymore. Just play!!! Sorry about the rant everyone. (just trying to blow off steam).

    ?????

    I agree....?????

    "Unlost dogs" wrote this in another thread, and I find it quite funny: "If you want a specific setlist, create a playlist on your iPod."
  • arms outstretchedarms outstretched topearljamwithlove.comPosts: 91
    What an aweome night! What a set and loved the vibe 20th row seat 20!!! Thank you boys!! Toronto & Ottawa, can't wait!

    This idiot, Bernard, obviously had never seen a PJ show before and apparently attended a different one than we did last night...check out this 'review' http://www.montrealgazette.com/entertai ... story.html tell him what YOU think: <!-- e --><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a><!-- e --> twitter.com/bernieperusse
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  • RiotZactRiotZact Posts: 5,222
    amazing setlist
  • SVRDhand13SVRDhand13 NYCPosts: 24,899
    dislocated wrote:
    Oceans wrote:
    sigh... wish I could go along with everyone who loved the show. I really wished they played more obscure/random setlist, just let it flow. Their setlist has been the same for 10 years. I know they will play evenflow, alive, betterman, yellowledbetter or rocking to top it off. A soft song to start. Just wish they would change it up a little. Don't get me wrong. LOVE..The Music. but when we can call out every song most of the time... Losing the spark. Miss the spontaneity. Play music guys. You don't need to play to new fans anymore. Just play!!! Sorry about the rant everyone. (just trying to blow off steam).

    ?????

    Yea, because last night's set was so predictable :roll:.
    severed hand thirteen

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  • agauthiermdphdagauthiermdphd Posts: 142
    edited September 2011
    Hi everyone,

    Here is the site where I posted my photos from the first row (the later ones are better as I got used to what my camera could do).

    http://gallery.me.com/agauthiermdphd#100009

    Check out the pregnant lady (sorry that I forgot your name) with the setlist signed by Mike and the pictures of the crowd.

    I will add a photo of my Expo/PJ T-shirt (very cool for a quebecois) in the next few days.

    Hope you like them.

    Alain
    Post edited by agauthiermdphd on
    I wish I was as fortunate, as fortunate as me.

    Montreal 20/06/03, Montreal 15/09/05, Ottawa 16/09/05. Montreal 1 (EV) 09/08/08; Albany 2 (EV) 09/06/09.
    Toronto 21/08/09; Cleveland 9/05/10; Buffalo 10/05/10. Montreal 7/09/11; Toronto 11/9/11; Toronto 12/9/11; Ottawa 14/9/11.
    London 16/07/13; Pittsburg 11/10/13; Buffalo 12/10/13. Moline (No Code) 17/10/14, St Paul 19/10/14, Milwaukee (Yield) 20/10/14.
    Quebec City 5/5/2016, Ottawa 8/5/2016; Toronto (Binaural) 10/5/2016, Toronto 12/5/2016.
    London 18/7/2018, London 19/7/2018 :(, Boston 2/9/2018
  • FatalFatal Posts: 820
    What an aweome night! What a set and loved the vibe 20th row seat 20!!! Thank you boys!! Toronto & Ottawa, can't wait!

    This idiot, Bernard, obviously had never seen a PJ show before and apparently attended a different one than we did last night...check out this 'review' http://www.montrealgazette.com/entertai ... story.html tell him what YOU think: <!-- e --><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a><!-- e --> twitter.com/bernieperusse

    What's your beef with his review?
    Shows: Montreal 98, Barrie 98, Montreal 00, Montreal 03, Montreal 05, Ottawa 05, Toronto 06, Vancouver Night 1 08 (EV), Vancouver Night 2 08 (EV), MSG1 08, MSG2 08, Montreal Night 2 08 (EV), Toronto Night 1 08 (EV), Toronto 09, Hartford 11 (EV), Ottawa 11.

    ED - Please play Long Nights in Hartford :-)
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  • Just uploaded mine. 18th row, stage right.

    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set= ... e8c&type=1
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  • Just uploaded mine. 18th row, stage right.

    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set= ... e8c&type=1


    Very Nice !

    Alain
    I wish I was as fortunate, as fortunate as me.

    Montreal 20/06/03, Montreal 15/09/05, Ottawa 16/09/05. Montreal 1 (EV) 09/08/08; Albany 2 (EV) 09/06/09.
    Toronto 21/08/09; Cleveland 9/05/10; Buffalo 10/05/10. Montreal 7/09/11; Toronto 11/9/11; Toronto 12/9/11; Ottawa 14/9/11.
    London 16/07/13; Pittsburg 11/10/13; Buffalo 12/10/13. Moline (No Code) 17/10/14, St Paul 19/10/14, Milwaukee (Yield) 20/10/14.
    Quebec City 5/5/2016, Ottawa 8/5/2016; Toronto (Binaural) 10/5/2016, Toronto 12/5/2016.
    London 18/7/2018, London 19/7/2018 :(, Boston 2/9/2018
  • I would like to extend a HUGE WTF to the folks in section 112, for about 5 rows in front of row C (probably around 30 people or so), who sat through 90% of the show. They were the ONLY people sitting in the whole joint.

    These people are supposedly 10 Clubbers. Do everyone a favor and don't attend any more shows. You are a complete waste of space at a Pearl Jam gig. This isn't the opera. I was thoroughly embarrassed for all of you.

    Really, how the fuck do you sit through Corduroy, Insignificance, DTE and Porch??? Oh, but they got right up for Even Flow, Black and Betterman...way to represent.

    I understand that everyone is different and everyone does their own thing, but come the fuck on. This band is up there giving EVERYTHING to you; it's your fuckin duty to give it right back to them.

    Sorry man, but you're way out of line. Unless you knew the people personally, you have no right to judge.

    To most observers, I would look like (as you later put it) 'very able bodied'. What you don't know is the near constant pain and discomfort I'm in. There are times when I've had to sit at concerts because of this. Just because someone looks perfectly healthy doesn't mean they are.

    Here's a great site for such ailments:
    http://www.butyoudontlooksick.com/

    Just go enjoy the show and don't concern yourself with other people when their actions are not directly affecting you.
  • lurkylurky Posts: 21
    Fatal wrote:
    What an aweome night! What a set and loved the vibe 20th row seat 20!!! Thank you boys!! Toronto & Ottawa, can't wait!

    This idiot, Bernard, obviously had never seen a PJ show before and apparently attended a different one than we did last night...check out this 'review' http://www.montrealgazette.com/entertai ... story.html tell him what YOU think: <!-- e --><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a><!-- e --> twitter.com/bernieperusse

    What's your beef with his review?

    Yeah....lol

    It sounds like he was pretty impressed with the band. He wasn't too impressed with Mudhoney though.

    Did you seriously email him and complain about his article? You're embarrassing us! Don't ruin the good impression he got of PJ and their fans.
  • SwordoSwordo Posts: 254
    Anyone have a pic of the poster?
  • I would like to extend a HUGE WTF to the folks in section 112, for about 5 rows in front of row C (probably around 30 people or so), who sat through 90% of the show. They were the ONLY people sitting in the whole joint.

    These people are supposedly 10 Clubbers. Do everyone a favor and don't attend any more shows. You are a complete waste of space at a Pearl Jam gig. This isn't the opera. I was thoroughly embarrassed for all of you.

    Really, how the fuck do you sit through Corduroy, Insignificance, DTE and Porch??? Oh, but they got right up for Even Flow, Black and Betterman...way to represent.

    I understand that everyone is different and everyone does their own thing, but come the fuck on. This band is up there giving EVERYTHING to you; it's your fuckin duty to give it right back to them.

    MAD PROPS to PearlDrummer, who sat directly behind me. 18 years fuckin old and rocked his tits off. New Yorkers behind me also rocked all night. Thank you guys for setting a good example for everyone :D





    Oh, the band was ON FIRE. Get ready for some SHOWS Canada!!!



    It was actually row B. I was in row C. It does suck that they were sitting, but honestly I was more annoyed by the behind me in row D who kept screaming at them in my ear (and tried very badly to out-sing Ed...).....I was more focused on enjoying the awesome concert than wasting time wondering who's not dancing.

    Awesome concert! One of the best I've seen in mtl; next to '98
  • pjamfreakpjamfreak Posts: 38
    edited September 2011
    High 5 on the performance, energy by the band last night, they were on fire ! Thanks you guys again :)
    Eddie was goodwill gesture, good spirits, feeling the vibe of the North of the Border...playing with Lukin plate, taking care of crowd around...
    First time , i saw Mike with a Ridenbacher guitar during "Corduroy" !

    Weird loud audience, not very "into it" concerning recent songs but they enjoyed classics.
    During the 1st encore, crowd were definitly not into it until "Black"....

    It was my 11th Pearl Jam and i was a bit in shock about we have to wait to the 16th song of the night for a Ten song (Why Go)...

    Highlights of the night : Hail Hail, Comeback, Setting Forth, The Fixer, Glorified G, Sleight of hand (he nailed the lyrics but nice return !), Why go, Crazy mary, Given to Fly.

    the "low light" of the night : Typical setlist for a "hard to die" fan like me. No element of surprise. No pre-set (!?)... Small Town is really not an opening song also... A very good show point blank.

    Thanks Mudhoney for the 1st song of the night with "the money will roll right in" (Nirvana did that one often during Europe 1992 tour)
    Cant wait to see a picture of the last night setlist to compare !

    Thanks 10C for floor row u !

    Im going to Toronto 1,2 and Ottawa ... Hope for much more surprises ! :mrgreen:
    Post edited by pjamfreak on
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    2003 : Toronto, Montréal.
    2005 : Montréal, Québec City.
    2006 : Albany.
    2008 : Hartford, Mansfield I & II.
    2009 : Toronto.
    2011 : Montréal, Toronto I & II, Ottawa.
    2013 : Worcester I.
    2014 : Detroit.
    2016 : Québec City, Ottawa, Toronto I & II, Boston I & II.
    2018 : Boston I & II.
    2020 : Toronto, Ottawa & Quebec City.

    EV : Montréal I & II in 2008. Hartford in 2011.

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  • tremorstremors Posts: 8,051
    Always great to read the fanviews. Thanks. It always makes the show seem that much closer to home
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    Send my credentials to the house of detention

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  • What a night. It was my third time seeing them (after Philly 1 and MSG 1). In no way did I care about having to drive 6 hours back to school last night, in the pouring rain, landing in bed at 5:30, and waking up for an 8 am class. 100% worth it.

    The band never ceases to impress me--nor did the crowd!! The energy absolutely matched MSG 1 (can't judge MSG 2 since I painfully missed out on it). Finally got a couple of the big hits: given to fly, betterman, and ledbetter--loved amongst the waves--and nearly lost it when they broke into Glorified G, that one has always been a favorite of mine. Got Last Exit, Corduroy, and Hail Hail for the 2nd time each, THRILLED. Never get tired of hearing Black, either, and the sing-along was outstanding. Got a kick out of Eddie goofing up Sleight of Hand, but it was great to see that they kept rolling and he, of course, recovered.

    Why Go, Porch, and Crazy Mary were ON FIRE.

    Also, I'm incredibly jealous of whoever has that Lukin license plate. It was beautiful.

    I've loved this band since the moment I first heard them, and I'm growing to love them more and more every day. Hope to see them in the states next year. From a forum near-rookie, cheers.
    10/27/2009 - Philadelphia, PA: Spectrum 1
    05/20/2010 - New York, NY: MSG 1
    09/07/2011 - Montreal, QC: Bell Centre
    10/15/2013 - Worcester, MA: DCU Center 1
  • butte1butte1 Posts: 379
    Oceans wrote:
    sigh... wish I could go along with everyone who loved the show. I really wished they played more obscure/random setlist, just let it flow. Their setlist has been the same for 10 years. I know they will play evenflow, alive, betterman, yellowledbetter or rocking to top it off. A soft song to start. Just wish they would change it up a little. Don't get me wrong. LOVE..The Music. but when we can call out every song most of the time... Losing the spark. Miss the spontaneity. Play music guys. You don't need to play to new fans anymore. Just play!!! Sorry about the rant everyone. (just trying to blow off steam).


    You seriously need to get a reality check. Pearl Jam is one of the few bands out there that still mixes up their setlists big time. Go to a concert of some band that has been around this long or longer and you will literally see the exact saem show every time. One of my favorite bands is still Cheap Trick but if you go to a Cheap Trick show not only is it the EXACT same songs in the EXACT same order they even tell the saem stupid jokes in the exact same place. It's so rehearsed and canned it's not even fun anymore. You CANNOT say that about Pearl Jam. They make a legit effort to give a great and unique show on every stop of the tour. So far they've played three shows this tour and not a single one has been remotely the same. Oh and for the record Even Flow, Alive and YLB were not played night 1 at AV and neither was RITFW. So not sure where you come up with this BS.... That said do they play Alive or Betterman or one or two others alot, yes they do, but remember they are playing gigs where the overwhleming MAJORITY of the fans in attendance are differnt people and they want to give THOSE fans a great show and give THOSE fans the songs they want to hear. They aren't going to cater to a spoiled few who follow the band all around the country like drones and then complain because 3 songs were the same, no they are goingg to cater to the 19,000+ in attanedance who will only see them at that one stop on the tour. My goodness get over it...
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  • butte1butte1 Posts: 379
    pjamfreak wrote:
    High 5 on the performance, energy by the band last night, they were on fire ! Thanks you guys again :)
    Eddie was goodwill gesture, good spirits, feeling the vibe of the North of the Border...playing with Lukin plate, taking care of crowd around...
    First time , i saw Mike with a Ridenbacher guitar during "Corduroy" !

    Weird loud audience, not very "into it" concerning recent songs but they enjoyed classics.
    During the 1st encore, crowd were definitly not into it until "Black"....

    It was my 11th Pearl Jam and i was a bit in shock about we have to wait to the 16th song of the night for a Ten song (Why Go)...

    Highlights of the night : Hail Hail, Comeback, Setting Forth, The Fixer, Glorified G, Sleight of hand (he nailed the lyrics but nice return !), Why go, Crazy mary, Given to Fly.

    the "low light" of the night : Typical setlist for a "hard to die" fan like me. No element of surprise. No pre-set (!?)... Small Town is really not an opening song also... A very good show point blank.

    Thanks Mudhoney for the 1st song of the night with "the money will roll right in" (Nirvana did that one often during Europe 1992 tour)
    Cant wait to see a picture of the last night setlist to compare !

    Thanks 10C for floor row u !

    Im going to Toronto 1,2 and Ottawa ... Hope for much more surprises ! :mrgreen:

    How was Setting Forth predictable (it's been played by the band exactly twice now in their entire history, this show being the 2nd)? Or even having that song flow into Corduroy (regardless of whether Corduroy is or isn't predicatable) THat seems new and exciting.

    Or how was Glorified G followed by 1/2 full predictable?

    Or the entire first enore, that seemed like a great and rare first encore?

    I've been to about the same number of shows as you and probably just as big a fan, not sure how you can call this stuff typical or predictable. I seriously don't get it?
    R and R Station - Mar 26, 1992 ** Alpine Valley Music Theatre - Aug 29, 1992 ** Summerfest Milw - Jul 08, 1995 ** Summerfest Milw - Jul 09, 1995 ** Alpine Valley Music Theatre - Jun 26, 1998 ** ** Alpine Valley Music Theatre (E.V. at Tibetan Freedom Concert) - Jun 13, 1999 ** Alpine Valley Music Theatre - Oct 08, 2000 ** Alpine Valley Music Theatre - Jun 21, 2003 ** United Center - May 16, 2006 ** Summerfest - Jun 30, 2006 ** Riverside Theatre Milw (Eddie Solo Tour) - 2008 ** United Center - Aug 23, 2009 ** The Chicago Theatre (Eddie Solo Tour) - Jun 29, 2011 ** Orpheum Theatre MN (Eddie Solo Tour) - July 2, 2011 ** Alpine Valley Music Theatre - Sep 03, 2011 ** Alpine Valley Music Theatre - Sep 04, 2011
  • goldenegg wrote:
    I would like to extend a HUGE WTF to the folks in section 112, for about 5 rows in front of row C (probably around 30 people or so), who sat through 90% of the show. They were the ONLY people sitting in the whole joint.

    These people are supposedly 10 Clubbers. Do everyone a favor and don't attend any more shows. You are a complete waste of space at a Pearl Jam gig. This isn't the opera. I was thoroughly embarrassed for all of you.

    Really, how the fuck do you sit through Corduroy, Insignificance, DTE and Porch??? Oh, but they got right up for Even Flow, Black and Betterman...way to represent.

    I understand that everyone is different and everyone does their own thing, but come the fuck on. This band is up there giving EVERYTHING to you; it's your fuckin duty to give it right back to them.

    Sorry man, but you're way out of line. Unless you knew the people personally, you have no right to judge.

    To most observers, I would look like (as you later put it) 'very able bodied'. What you don't know is the near constant pain and discomfort I'm in. There are times when I've had to sit at concerts because of this. Just because someone looks perfectly healthy doesn't mean they are.

    Here's a great site for such ailments:
    http://www.butyoudontlooksick.com/

    Just go enjoy the show and don't concern yourself with other people when their actions are not directly affecting you.
    Sorry for your pain and discomfort goldenegg (I'm sure you give your all at shows until it bothers you too much), but these cats were selective rockin. Its a real problem and it sucks. 

    In my book, (How to Rock for Dummies and Lifeless Individuals) this is borderline disrespectful. Just my opinion, you're entitled to yours. 

    They are the same 'people' that were sitting in the balcony at the Orpheum in '94. Give the boot a listen and tell me, was Ed "way out of line" for screaming at those pussies to stand/get up???

    The answer is no. Like I said before, the band is up there giving it all to us; give it back to them or stay home. It's that simple. 

    One person sat, then they all did. These people were NOT amped to be there. It was a bunch of couples playing patty-cake, not physically handicapped people, dude.

    BTW, Why would you put yourself through the pain of a show if it's that bad? Is it really worth the pain and discomfort? Why not get a seat in the  handicapped section? It sounds as if your ailment might justify this....no?
    33...
  • Hi everyone,

    Here is the site where I posted my photos from the first row (the later ones are better as I got used to what my camera could do).

    http://gallery.me.com/agauthiermdphd#100009

    Check out the pregnant lady (sorry that I forgot your name) with the setlist signed by Mike and the pictures of the crowd.

    I will add a photo of my Expo/PJ T-shirt (very cool for a quebecois) in the next few days.

    Hope you like them.

    Alain

    Awesome pics, I love Matt's kickdrum.... looks like a kindergarten class' artwork.
  • pjamfreakpjamfreak Posts: 38
    edited September 2011
    Butte wrote :
    How was Setting Forth predictable (it's been played by the band exactly twice now in their entire history, this show being the 2nd)? Or even having that song flow into Corduroy (regardless of whether Corduroy is or isn't predicatable) THat seems new and exciting.

    Or how was Glorified G followed by 1/2 full predictable?

    Or the entire first enore, that seemed like a great and rare first encore?

    I've been to about the same number of shows as you and probably just as big a fan, not sure how you can call this stuff typical or predictable. I seriously don't get it?[/quote]


    1- Setting Forth wasn't predictable, it was request by Matt Cameron to put that one on the setlist before the show started mentionned By Ed before the song began.
    2- Boston 2 2008 as reference because i was there probably..
    3- Down (Mtl 2003, 2005 and 2011 !? not my favorite though), Black , Porch, Yellow ledbetter (2000, 2005, 2011) for the closer...that why it is predictable...but it is not bad, it is not the case, i expected the unexpected ...i will get it maybe in Toronto or Ottawa ! Who knows?
    Post edited by pjamfreak on
    2000 : Montréal.
    2003 : Toronto, Montréal.
    2005 : Montréal, Québec City.
    2006 : Albany.
    2008 : Hartford, Mansfield I & II.
    2009 : Toronto.
    2011 : Montréal, Toronto I & II, Ottawa.
    2013 : Worcester I.
    2014 : Detroit.
    2016 : Québec City, Ottawa, Toronto I & II, Boston I & II.
    2018 : Boston I & II.
    2020 : Toronto, Ottawa & Quebec City.

    EV : Montréal I & II in 2008. Hartford in 2011.

    10-04-00, 06-28-03, 06-29-03, 09-15-05, 09-20-05, 05-12-06, 06-27-08, 06-28-08, 06-30-08, 08-09-08 (EV), 08-10-08 (EV), 08-21-09, 06-18-11 (EV), 09-07-11, 09-11-11, 09-12-11, 09-14-11, 10-15-13, 10-16-14, 05-05-16; 05-08-16; 05-10-16; 05-12-16; 08-05-16, 08-07-16, 09-02-18, 09-04-18, 03-18-20, 03-20-20 and 03-22-20.
  • whygohomewhygohome Posts: 2,305
    whygohome wrote:
    Did Eddie talk about PJ20 at all? I'm just curious to see what their reactions are.
  • whygohome wrote:
    whygohome wrote:
    Did Eddie talk about PJ20 at all? I'm just curious to see what their reactions are.

    No comments about PJ20 at all.
    2000 : Montréal.
    2003 : Toronto, Montréal.
    2005 : Montréal, Québec City.
    2006 : Albany.
    2008 : Hartford, Mansfield I & II.
    2009 : Toronto.
    2011 : Montréal, Toronto I & II, Ottawa.
    2013 : Worcester I.
    2014 : Detroit.
    2016 : Québec City, Ottawa, Toronto I & II, Boston I & II.
    2018 : Boston I & II.
    2020 : Toronto, Ottawa & Quebec City.

    EV : Montréal I & II in 2008. Hartford in 2011.

    10-04-00, 06-28-03, 06-29-03, 09-15-05, 09-20-05, 05-12-06, 06-27-08, 06-28-08, 06-30-08, 08-09-08 (EV), 08-10-08 (EV), 08-21-09, 06-18-11 (EV), 09-07-11, 09-11-11, 09-12-11, 09-14-11, 10-15-13, 10-16-14, 05-05-16; 05-08-16; 05-10-16; 05-12-16; 08-05-16, 08-07-16, 09-02-18, 09-04-18, 03-18-20, 03-20-20 and 03-22-20.
  • butte1butte1 Posts: 379
    pjamfreak wrote:
    How was Setting Forth predictable (it's been played by the band exactly twice now in their entire history, this show being the 2nd)? Or even having that song flow into Corduroy (regardless of whether Corduroy is or isn't predicatable) THat seems new and exciting.

    Or how was Glorified G followed by 1/2 full predictable?

    Or the entire first enore, that seemed like a great and rare first encore?

    I've been to about the same number of shows as you and probably just as big a fan, not sure how you can call this stuff typical or predictable. I seriously don't get it?


    1- Setting Forth wasn't predictable, it was request by Matt Cameron to put that one on the setlist before the show started mentionned By Ed before the song began.
    2- Boston 2 2008 as reference because i was there probably..
    3- Down (Mtl 2003, 2005 and 2011 !? not my favorite though), Black , Porch, Yellow ledbetter (2000, 2005, 2011) for the closer...that why it is predictable...but it is not bad, it is not the case, i expected the unexpected ...i will get it maybe in Toronto or Ottawa ! Who knows?[/quote]

    So Setting forth was a surprise then...... as opposed to "no surprises"

    So you found 1 show out of 700 where Glorified G and 1/2Fulll were played back to back (or let alone even pllayed) and then you found a few other shows where a song was played. Agree to disagree I guess, I know you aren't saying they sucked but you and I have very different versions of the word "predictable" as I've never seen the combos you saw nor have I seen a bunch of those songs live. Again this is the reason the band does repeat some stuff though because there are tens of thousands of us that haven't seen it before.... Just sayin....
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  • whygohome wrote:
    whygohome wrote:
    Did Eddie talk about PJ20 at all? I'm just curious to see what their reactions are.

    No
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  • butte1 wrote:
    pjamfreak wrote:
    How was Setting Forth predictable (it's been played by the band exactly twice now in their entire history, this show being the 2nd)? Or even having that song flow into Corduroy (regardless of whether Corduroy is or isn't predicatable) THat seems new and exciting.

    Or how was Glorified G followed by 1/2 full predictable?

    Or the entire first enore, that seemed like a great and rare first encore?

    I've been to about the same number of shows as you and probably just as big a fan, not sure how you can call this stuff typical or predictable. I seriously don't get it?


    1- Setting Forth wasn't predictable, it was request by Matt Cameron to put that one on the setlist before the show started mentionned By Ed before the song began.
    2- Boston 2 2008 as reference because i was there probably..
    3- Down (Mtl 2003, 2005 and 2011 !? not my favorite though), Black , Porch, Yellow ledbetter (2000, 2005, 2011) for the closer...that why it is predictable...but it is not bad, it is not the case, i expected the unexpected ...i will get it maybe in Toronto or Ottawa ! Who knows?

    So Setting forth was a surprise then...... as opposed to "no surprises"

    So you found 1 show out of 700 where Glorified G and 1/2Fulll were played back to back (or let alone even pllayed) and then you found a few other shows where a song was played. Agree to disagree I guess, I know you aren't saying they sucked but you and I have very different versions of the word "predictable" as I've never seen the combos you saw nor have I seen a bunch of those songs live. Again this is the reason the band does repeat some stuff though because there are tens of thousands of us that haven't seen it before.... Just sayin....[/quote]

    What about Sleight of hand ?

    We can talk over and over about it...
    The point is : i compare with shows that i have seen. Hartford 2008 was the best and just hope to see Pearl Jam more often near my home ! Predictable so Yes with all classics !
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  • butte1butte1 Posts: 379
    pjamfreak wrote:
    butte1 wrote:
    pjamfreak wrote:
    How was Setting Forth predictable (it's been played by the band exactly twice now in their entire history, this show being the 2nd)? Or even having that song flow into Corduroy (regardless of whether Corduroy is or isn't predicatable) THat seems new and exciting.

    Or how was Glorified G followed by 1/2 full predictable?

    Or the entire first enore, that seemed like a great and rare first encore?

    I've been to about the same number of shows as you and probably just as big a fan, not sure how you can call this stuff typical or predictable. I seriously don't get it?


    1- Setting Forth wasn't predictable, it was request by Matt Cameron to put that one on the setlist before the show started mentionned By Ed before the song began.
    2- Boston 2 2008 as reference because i was there probably..
    3- Down (Mtl 2003, 2005 and 2011 !? not my favorite though), Black , Porch, Yellow ledbetter (2000, 2005, 2011) for the closer...that why it is predictable...but it is not bad, it is not the case, i expected the unexpected ...i will get it maybe in Toronto or Ottawa ! Who knows?

    So Setting forth was a surprise then...... as opposed to "no surprises"

    So you found 1 show out of 700 where Glorified G and 1/2Fulll were played back to back (or let alone even pllayed) and then you found a few other shows where a song was played. Agree to disagree I guess, I know you aren't saying they sucked but you and I have very different versions of the word "predictable" as I've never seen the combos you saw nor have I seen a bunch of those songs live. Again this is the reason the band does repeat some stuff though because there are tens of thousands of us that haven't seen it before.... Just sayin....

    What about Sleight of hand ?

    We can talk over and over about it...
    The point is : i compare with shows that i have seen. Hartford 2008 was the best and just hope to see Pearl Jam more often near my home ! Predictable so Yes with all classics ![/quote]

    Guess I am jsut lucky in that every show I've ever attended has been a truly unique experience for me.
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  • BTW, Why would you put yourself through the pain of a show if it's that bad? Is it really worth the pain and discomfort? Why not get a seat in the  handicapped section? It sounds as if your ailment might justify this....no?

    When you live with this kind of stuff day to day, it just becomes part of everyday life and you just go on living. Luckily I can still do everything I always have, even if I don't feel great most of the time. I love music and will attend shows until my final days. Most of the time you'll find me jumping about and singing my heart out, like all the other fans. Body be damned ... it's not going to stop me from living :D

    What got me upset about your original post what the 'but they don't look sick' type of attitude. Most people automatically think that someone needs to look sick for something to be wrong, but it's really not the case.
  • JimmyVJimmyV Boston's MetroWestPosts: 14,618
    whygohome wrote:
    whygohome wrote:
    Did Eddie talk about PJ20 at all? I'm just curious to see what their reactions are.

    Not a single mention. He said several times that Montreal was the start of the tour, which I guess is technically true, but it was a little strange. I figured he would make a reference or two.
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  • goldenegg wrote:
    BTW, Why would you put yourself through the pain of a show if it's that bad? Is it really worth the pain and discomfort? Why not get a seat in the  handicapped section? It sounds as if your ailment might justify this....no?

    When you live with this kind of stuff day to day, it just becomes part of everyday life and you just go on living. Luckily I can still do everything I always have, even if I don't feel great most of the time. I love music and will attend shows until my final days. Most of the time you'll find me jumping about and singing my heart out, like all the other fans. Body be damned ... it's not going to stop me from living :D

    What got me upset about your original post what the 'but they don't look sick' type of attitude.

    Living is the only way to go man. I suffer from a rare stomach disease called Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS) that has kept me from shows in the past and have actually had to leave 2 of my 30 PJ shows due to my illness.

    I'm very sorry that my original post came across as it did....because like you, I appear to be healthy, but have had my ass kicked by this disease for the past 13 years.

    Again, sorry for any inconsiderate comments I may have made....KEEP ROCKIN!!! :D
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  • ..2hrs 45mins!!!.Eds voice was awesome ..Mike ripped our faces off (we need a smilie for this eh),Matt and Jeff were tight ,Stone and Boom holding it all together..Another epic night...
    hearing "setting forth" was really cool,Thanks to Matt..
    Really great to hear tunes from all over their catalogue...It was a 20 year history lesson...
    Cant wait to hear the boot to relive this concert...
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