ISO - Apollo 1 Ticket

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  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    It's been awhile since I've seen PJ in an arena (13 in LA) but before that it was Chicago (09) - I'm stoked about a not "special" and/or event show - just a regular show. Never thought I'd say that. The general thrill of a new album show is just seeing how things mesh together (new with old), what will open...I would love to see the band mix up Encore 2. I was listening to the Gorge 05 show where they finished the first set with Alive into Porch. So awesome. I get placing Alive near the end (like Springsteen does Born to Run) but it's such a great song that could easily be placed anywhere. I even argue it would be the best opener (it's been done but rare). I'm hoping the eclectic nature of this album will have a nice shift in setlist cohesion. I've noticed new albums always dust off some older songs to fit with the new ones. Exciting. 
    As exciting as getting an extra ticket to the Apollo? No. No it's not.
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    I think we could all argue until the cows come home about our definitive versions of certain songs but a few jump off the page at me: "Daughter (It's Ok)" from the Gorge 06, "Porch" from Bonnaroo (08) and "Black" from either Live on Two Legs or Benny, "Nothingman" from Toronto in 11.. I love that I'm still searching for that perfect version of "Corduroy" (my opinion of course) or a "Given to Fly" as astonishing as Buenos Aires in 11, but without the flub. That crowd was amazing. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • ST66483ST66483 Posts: 377
    edited March 5
    Bump for an entertaining thread - hope you find your ticket.
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  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Thanks for the bump. 
    I was thinking last night that if anyone is afraid of Corona Virus that I'd take one for the team and head to the Apollo. I just checked and it's almost a 13 hour drive, so I'd probably fly. But if anyone is afraid, I'll take that plus one. If you're afraid and you have tickets but want to go, I could invest in a hazmat suit. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Because the band is so prolific live I don't go back to the studio versions often but when I do I'm always amazed at how good the songs still sound. While Riot Act is an uneven record, the songs pop in ways that I failed to recognize before. "Love Boat Captain" is especially amazing, the Boom parts are so crisp. And just yesterday I listened to the alternate version of "Corduroy" and again those Vitalogy era songs are so amazing - I think I'll be revisiting more albums than Vs, Yield and No Code (the only studios I own on vinyl). I'm now wondering how well those albums translate to vinyl (meaning, I bet they're awesome). One of my favorite aspects about Pearl Jam is that they were always about the old sound, their albums translate so well to vinyl. I don't think any other band from that era was as attuned to the sound as they were/are. If this whole Apollo thing doesn't pan out, maybe I'll just go on a buying spree instead. It's a win big or just a nice win. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Things I'm willing to do for a ticket:
    Make a TikTok Account and relinquish my life off the grid 
    Listen to Justin Bieber's entire catalogue (and learn to celebrate it) - Somehow he's earned 350 million in his career (Now that we're all sad I'll move on)
    Watch an entire Chicago Bulls v New York Knicks game (I am allowed to cry for what was)
    Make matching T-Shirts requesting "Ole" (it's yours forever!)
    Wear a MAGA Hat to the show (Or Keep America Great - your choice)
    Eat all my meals in New York from street vendors
    Ask people, "When does Nickleback come on?"

    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Last night I watched Yesterday, and it was wonderful. Can't remember the last time I sat down and watched a movie start to finish (life with kids) but Kate McKinnon almost ruined it for me. I've realized when very recognizable personalities try to play fiction it's hard to get past. When Vince Vaughn popped up in Curb Your Enthusiasm this year I just couldn't buy it. In a show where most famous people play exaggerated versions of themselves and he comes out playing a fictional character but acts like he acts in every movie I just cringe. It's possible that McKinnon and Vaughn are just one trick ponies (in my mind at least) and I can't stomach. But yeah, watch Yesterday, I loved it. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Yesterday my kids got books out. My wife read to my two year old and my five year old wanted to "read" to me. She makes up stories in the more complicated books and I listen. I had a thought....they treat books like toys. Of course the main reason we have them is to teach them to read but I realized in treating them like toys they have this inherent joy of learning and imagination in the same way they have with Legos, trucks, Barbies, blocks and balls....In the moment, it hit me that some households have probably purged books for ebooks and without that tangible object in the house the book now has one purpose - their capability to grab it at any time, or merely see them among the toys removes the fact that they can have a two fold purpose. I already see a decline in interest of literature and with that I believe comes a loss of imagination and improvisation that accesses a completely different skill set that I would argue make more social and successful young adults. I wonder what these houses without books will look like as children are more inundated with electronic devices - the idea that it's easier to access but what happens when learning and mindlessness (screen time) share the same space once reserved for imagination and knowledge? 

    ISO: Apollo
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Don't worry folks, the beat goes on. We'll get our shows. And let's face it, better safe than sorry. It's a bummer for certain but we will be taken care of. And let's not forget we have Gigaton to get familiar with in the mean time.
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • andrew68andrew68 TorontoPosts: 1,374
    CANCELLED in      3, 2, 1 
    He was okay,... but wondering... about wandering
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Postponed. Big difference. I guess I'll have to keep up this thread for a bit longer. How long? Doesn't matter. Persistence is key. I not have that envious position to keep my St. Louis ticks and chance that I can see the show in the fall, or get my cash back (it's gone, so I don't care). But it's a small matter. And I think perspective is huge. A band cares enough about us to keep us safe. A band consults with the CDC - it's seeing what's for the best and moving on in a positive regard. Let's dig into those albums and love what we love. Or spend some extra time in Lost Dogs. I'm still looking for Live on Two Legs vinyl. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • andrew68andrew68 TorontoPosts: 1,374
    truth sir... you've got the right attitude...i'm gonna spin LoTL tonight in your honour ;) !
    A
    He was okay,... but wondering... about wandering
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    When this show happens it will be special. I think all the shows will be. We'll be returning to normal, enjoying the company of those around us in public and singing our souls out. Imagine it. The seat, the song, the wait....none of it will matter as long as you're there with full lung and all heart. This all reminds me of 9/11 - everything to a standstill forced us to take account. The event is never good but the results can be life affirming. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    So I just got word that I don't have work for three weeks. It's beyond surreal. I look at the road outside my classroom and it's business as usual, but it's mystifying how strange things are. The world at a stand still is quite incomprehensible. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Most weekends my daughter wants me to play school - for a teacher it's probably the last thing you want to do but it's cute and a way of letting her learn. Today, she actually let me be the teacher (finally, I get to quit failing kindergarten - she loves giving me F's) and realized this coronacation might be bear the fruits of my most important teaching ever - my daughter. She wants to learn but not everything is easy (neither was it for me or my wife) but my wife was the try-hard and I was the screw-up...and with my daughter I want that enthusiasm to be rewarded with play but how knowledge can translate. And somehow, despite being a literature teacher - I'm way better at teaching math than reading. Teaching kids how to read is hard. If you have kids give their kindergarten or pre-school teacher a little something extra; not easy. 

    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    In what will inevitably become a coronacation I've reached out to good friends with a few challenges - television shows, movies; general recommendations as well as albums that I need to revisit or discover. I challenge anyone who reads this to reach to your friends and do the same. I'm not going to quit posting. I'll post until the show goes on. My rec was for people to revisit Paul Simon's Graceland - it's so good and has one of my all time favorite lyrics: "Losing love is like a window in your heart, you get blown apart." My buddies came through with The Verve's A Storm in Heaven and Graham Parson's Grievous Angel. So far the Graham Parsons is very good. Happy listening. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    I've been wondering if everything from Spring and Summer will get pushed back a full year. 

    Album of the day is The Heavy Eyes by Maera. Good stuff. Very much reminds me of Soundgarden. Hard, but not metal. Soundgarden sound with Kings of Leon frontman. I'm a fan. Same dude that recommended Graham Parsons sent this my way - pays to have friends with eclectic tastes. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Album of the day is John Prine's self titled debut. Nothing like driving to the grocery store at 4 A.M. listening to a guy talk about his last hit of smack. I had no idea he wrote "Angel of Montgomery," such a beautiful song. The other standout for me was "Hello in There." 

    At this point I should change this thread to ISO of Chicken. There is no meat anywhere. Be good to each other.
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    You in search of a distraction? Hobbs & Shaw is mindless as mindless can be. But it's fun. The Rock vs. a Helicopter? Yes, it happens and it's great.

    ISO of chicken and at some point in the late late future live music. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    My son's birthday is a month away but I heard Amazon is going to stop shipping albums in order to get essentials out (as they should) so I had to get him his album...backstory (my daughter gets a pearl every Christmas to put on her necklace but my son gets an album for Christmas and his birthday - still not fair but he'll have a killer collection by the time he's old enough to care)...so he's getting R.E.M.'s Out of Time. It felt apt and it's a damn fine album. If you've never gone through their catalogue, it's way better than you could imagine. I was a drive by fan until I gave it a chance and now they're a top 15 artist for me. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Watched Knives Out yesterday. Pretty good. It wasn't as awesome as I'd hoped but it beats most movies by miles. Rian Johnson is always a must see for me. Brick, Looper and The Last Jedi are all so different and well paced that he is one of my current favorites. I stand by the fact that I see The Last Jedi as the second best film in the Star Wars canon and the only reason it doesn't trump Empire is that Empire did subversive first. But The Last Jedi divided so many fans because they wanted more of the same and Johnson bucked the trend and it works in so many bold regards channeling the animated shows (Clone Wars and Rebels) while deepening the steaks of what was kind of a lame beginning in The Force Awakens (fun movie, don't get me wrong, but it could've done more). And the more I look Palpatine's reintroduction and taking away Kylo Ren as the main antagonist was the major mistake in Rise of Skywalker. But that's just my two cents. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    I love it! And on the first day of Spring! I love love this song.

    Funny enough he was going to be part of my post. I was talking back and forth with a buddy about artists you'd most want to sit down and have a beer with. He unequivocally mentioned Grohl. I always go to Springsteen. I think the dude could be fun and insightful. I know nothing about anything but he seems normal. I think the "beer conversation" (or dinner if you're so inclined) has to be someone you could actually imagine talking to. Bob Dylan is hands down the most fascinating artist alive but I don't know what in the world I'd talk to Dylan about or if he'd even care to talk. Springsteen gives me a different impression. Anyone else have these discussions with their friends. Open it up man. Talk. That Sunny Day is yours. Not just cause I love the band but present day Eddie would be a solid choice. Eddie of the Vs/Vitalogy/No Code era probably not so much. 

    Thanks for the song. Seriously. Good call.

    Also, was that Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones? 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    My buddy's Dave Grohl comment made me realize I needed to really dig into The Foo Fighters. During this quarantine I've been digging into band's catalogues and/or revisiting. It's actually one of my favorite things to do. But instead of taking a month I'm getting through bands in a matter of days. I'm halfway through the Foos and they're more musical than I thought. They don't have any clunkers, but I am surprised at how few revelations I've found - meaning the hits I know are the songs I love. But if you've never really listened to their first few albums give it a shot. The debut is amazing, especially when you realize Grohl did it all on his own. It made me think, what other musician hit gold twice. Sure, there are guys that had bands and went solo but who hit it huge with two bands? Maybe you could say Cornell with Soundgarden and Audioslave but again Audioslave didn't have longevity...fun thing to think about. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    I listened to Taron Edgerton's performance for Rocketman long before I saw it but last night I finally watched the movie and wow. How this movie/performance didn't get more love for awards is beyond me. The far inferior Bohemian Rhapsody was heaped with praise and yet Rocketman was given little. Just watch it! It's cool, poignant, trippy and the music is gorgeous. Enjoy. 

    Special shout out to New York & California, be safe this week. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Finished with the Foos. In my book their number one album is Wasting Light but that's just me. I'm moving onto The White Stripes. I've listened to Elephant a fair amount of times and other cuts but Jack White's brand of music has never pulled me. He's one of those guys that I recognize the genius but as far as my tastes go it just doesn't draw me. I started these deep dives years ago when I had to start commuting to work in a car (when I lived in the city I ran to work). My big digs have been bands with less than 15 albums. Going into something like The Stones just doesn't seem fun. I started with Zeppelin and was astonished at the amount of wonderful music in ten albums and the lack of garbage (like there wasn't any). Butt he most satisfying digs came from R.E.M. and Metallica. I had no clue. No clue just how good they were/are. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    I haven't listened to PJ at all in the past few weeks. Not sure if it was being bummed about the tour (now seen as the most genius move of all time - talk about ahead of the curve) or just happenstance but it has me even more excited for the new album. I've avoided most reviews (although I do check to see if they're positive - they are) and I love going in blind. Like the old days, you hear the single. Live with it, count the days off the calendar and we're almost there. Sure it's inconsequential at this point, but it's not. Music is the life blood of so many people (not just on this board). It's an art that we live in our head, in the back ground and in the forefront. My wife and I switch nights to take my daughter to bed, last night was my turn and I said I'd sing her a song. I started singing "American Pie," and she said, "No. The song you sang when I was a baby." I started into "Elderly Woman" and she said, "that's it." 

    Be safe everyone. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    I play a lot of music around the house but my kids love Vampire Weekend. The music is melodic and varied, they also have an arsenal of instruments at their disposal. Yesterday I went through their albums and they might be the only current rock outfit built to last and continue to evolve. And I love them. They started out as a solid band with a nice debut, but come on, who expected them to grow as they have? There's little better than being surprised. I'm hoping for a nice surprise tomorrow with a nice change in pace with Gigaton. The quarantine has made the anticipation even more off the charts. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Normal has definitely been in short order lately. It's nice to wake up and download Gigaton for a listen. Sure it's 4:30 in the morning but if I want to get an uninterrupted listen in, this is the time to do it. I would've loved to wait for my vinyl but that's just cruel. I deal with mp3 for a bit. Happy listening. 
    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
  • CP218430CP218430 Posts: 768
    Loving the album. Makes me wonder what songs we're going to get to hear when we get back to normal. The melodies are cool. So different. The music is a next step. "Seven O'Clock" sounds normal until you dig beneath into the music and it's amazing. 

    In case you missed it, Bill Simmons did an awesome podcast with Eddie and Jeff. Two of hours of PJ bliss.

    https://consequenceofsound.net/2020/03/pearl-jam-bill-simmons-podcast/

    98: St. Louis. 2000: Alpine. 2003: Chicago. 2006: Chicago Night 2, Milwaukee Night 1. 2007: Chicago (Lolla). 2009: Chicago 1 & 2. 2011: Alpine 1 & 2. 2013: Chicago & LA Night 1. 2016: Chicago 1 & 2. 2018: Chicago 1 & 2. 

    "Let the Ocean dissolve away my past."
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