*** Pearl Jam London, UK Fanviews 7/9/22 ***

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Pearl Jam
BST Hyde Park Show 2
London UK
European Tour 2022
07/09/22
Show 2
Set List

intro music:  All You Need Is Love-(Lennon, McCartney) 7:59
Band Onstage: 8:01
Band Offstage: 10:10

01. Corduroy
02. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
03. Why Go
04. Deep
(Starts to congratulate the audience and check in. Sees a person in distress and stops while that situation is sorted.  Encouraging the crowd to make room for the EMT.  Once things are clear he thanks the audience)
05. Wishlist/Waiting On A Friend-(Jagger, Richards ):40 seconds music and lyrics (improvs lyrics about being alone in his past but now he has friends. Goes into Stones cover)
06. Garden
(Ed lets it be known that Garden is about a cemetery and says that we are going to run out of material for grave stones because of all the gun deaths.  He relates a story about his wife and daughter at a Pride parade when there is an active shooter alert and they had to hide in a basement with twenty other people.  False alarm but still terrifying. He relates a story his daughter heard about a daughter having to abandon her shot mother in order to avoid being shot herself)
(While introducing Johnny Marr Ed sings “We love you Johnny, Oh yes we do” to the tune of “We love you Conrad”-(Strouse, Adams:Bye Bye Birdie :20 seconds a cappella )
07. Throw Your Hatred Down-(Young) w/ Johnny Marr on guitar
08. Do The Evolution
09. Animal
10. Dance Of The Clairvoyants
11. Not For You
12. Rats (with “Ben” tag-(Black, Scharf) 30 seconds music and lyrics)
(While observing flags in the audience he sees a Union Jack with “faithful to you” written on it)
13. Faithful
14. State Of Love And Trust
15. Eruption-(Van Halen)
16. Black
(Talks about Boom’s first trip to England.  He praises the other bands that played and notes the upcoming tribute concert for Taylor Hawkins and dedicates the next song to his wife, Alison and their children)
17. Porch

Encore Break

From a plague in the 1600’s to our modern plague.  Hoping the rest of the world stands up and supports Ukraine.

18. River Cross
19. Leash
20. Alive
21. Yellow Ledbetter/Little Wing-(Hendrix) tag 30 seconds
22. Baba O’Riley-(Townshend) w/ Andrew Watt and Johnny Marr


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  • SB51117SB51117 Posts: 38
    Great compliment to the first night - looking forward to the tour leg closing Amsterdam 2 night stand even more now.
    fFaithful flag 

  • JeBurkhardtJeBurkhardt Posts: 2,739
    Great second night! Crowd in my area didn’t have the same energy as last night, but the areas around me were hyped up. My wife got Wishlist, which is her favorite. 
  • wozza77wozza77 Posts: 271
    What a great night. A bit more energy tonight I thought but still very emotional especially regarding gun control. 

    I got garden after 19 shows and 26 years. Incredible and then got leash on top. 

    Loved it. Very good double header. 

    Thank you pj as always. Incredible night and memories hope to see you soon
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  • excowboyexcowboy Posts: 12
    Went to both nights, GA. Liked tonight a hell of a lot more. Better crowd made it for me. Loved both nights song choices. So tempted to try and make Amsterdam 1... Will have to see.
  • texasistheSTEVENtexasistheSTEVEN Posts: 1,089
    Finally heard garden live. A ton of shows and that completes ten for me. Even better than night 1. So much energy and so many great songs played! Can't love this band any more. Who cares about the length of sets. 2 hours is more than enough 
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  • eloviateeloviate Posts: 57
    Finally heard garden live. A ton of shows and that completes ten for me. Even better than night 1. So much energy and so many great songs played! Can't love this band any more. Who cares about the length of sets. 2 hours is more than enough 
    Every word, ditto
  • lastexitlondonlastexitlondon Posts: 9,331
    Magical.
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  • Tjm007Tjm007 Posts: 107
    Night 1 main set with Night 2’s encore would have been nearly a perfect set list.
  • False_BeliefFalse_Belief CardiffPosts: 708
    edited July 9
    Last night was the foreplay and tonight they gave us a damn good seeing to.   That felt pretty damn special.   

    Felt some dread when they started Garden, thinking it’d be one of those where Ed pulls away or lets the crowd take over for the chorus.    Nope.   He nailed it.  

    Johnny Marr shredding his way through Throw Your Hatred Down was another highlight and a bit of an eye opener.   Knew he was a shit hot guitarist, obviously - just not in that particular style.   

     Not a big collector of bootlegs but this is definitely one I’ll be picking up when it drops 

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  • texasistheSTEVENtexasistheSTEVEN Posts: 1,089
    Throw your hatred down was just incredible. Just getting home and I won't be sleeping for hours!
    Sealed vinyl is bad vinyl.
    1996 Wmbly London
    2006 Jools Holland, London / Reading festival
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    2012 MEN 1/ MEN 2 / Berlin 1 / Berlin 2 / EV LDN 1 / EV LDN 2
    2013 NY 1/ NY 2 / Philly 1 / Philly 2
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  • chittychitty Posts: 535
    edited July 10
    Second night for the win 
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  • SpagsSpags Leigh-on-Sea, UKPosts: 2,861
    Both nights were amazing but tonight blew me away, a really great day of music all in. Only 2 songs repeated, amazing closer. My feet may not be happy but I sure as hell am! 
    Nature drunk and High
  • CS160564CS160564 Posts: 33
    Great performance by the band, Eddie’s voice really strong, Mike on fire, especially when he played for the kid at the front.  Felt very much like a festival set though; chocked with first 5 album songs, surprised nothing from LB and only two from Gigaton.  ‘Dance of the Clairvoyants’ was great live and like others have said, it was fantastic to finally hear ‘Garden’.  It felt way too quiet though, possibly restricted volume due to area but I didn’t feel it rattling my bones which took some of the feeling out of it all.  
  • southernmanfansouthernmanfan Johannesburg, South AfricaPosts: 962
    For me both nights were amazing but I liked night 1 more. I guess it’s because some of my favourites were thrown in there like Save You and Light Years.

    I consider it a huge privilege to have seen them two nights in a row like this. 

    I will be going back home a happy soul. 

    Thank you Pearl Jam. 
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  • Luckytwn1Luckytwn1 Posts: 430
    It was supposed to be my 50th show today but the Vegas cancellation nixed that. Almost 30 years down the road with this band. Really it’s hard to fathom that it’s now 2022 and they are elder statesmen of rock playing two shows like this in the middle of Hyde Park. I personally preferred night 1 because In Hiding is one of my favorite songs and I hadn’t seen it played in several years, particularly when you add it was followed by Retrograde AND Light Years. If I could take the first half of the first show and pair it with the second half of this show, starting with Not For You, I might have my perfect show. The second half tonight was blazing. Black was magnificent and the level of the crowd really got raised towards the end. Loved seeing River Cross again and was happy to hear him dedicate to Ukraine.

    Johnny Marr was superb on Throw Your Hatred Down. Oh, and Ed’s anti-gun rant (which I wholeheartedly agreed with) was really something. Terrible story about Jill and Olivia, I had already heard about it because they both posted about the incident on IG. He got very emotional talking about it. That’s going to be interesting to hear on the bootleg. 

    Just a wonderful couple of nights. 
  • jonbond1779jonbond1779 London, UKPosts: 1,314
    This was a spectacular show and a perfect compliment to night 1. Most the songs were pre 2000. It was a throwback set list and it was awesome! The crowd were electric and 10club section was rocking. One of the best shows I've been too. Even tho the size of the audience was insane it felt like being at an intimate gig. I was about 7 - 10 rows from the stage tbf. 

    See you in Amsterdam! 
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  • tomccfc87tomccfc87 Posts: 22
    My 10th show (following 9th the night before)

    It definitely felt like a setlist that was picked to reward the returning fans who go to consecutive gigs. I have spoken to quite a few people who only went for a single night or who were seeing them for the first time that were a little disappointed not to get many of the big hits from the previous night.

    Looking forward to my 11th show in Prague in a couple of weeks!
  • BlueLedbetterBlueLedbetter Posts: 801
    Fantastic 2 nights 

    All the worry after the first couple of shows that they were just going through the motions blown away 

    Band and Ed sounded as good as they have for years.
  • Night 2 > night 1 (just) mainly because of the crowd but both fantastic shows. 

    The band seemed to be having a blast and that was passed on to the crowd.

    And Mike is a guitar god.
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  • eboweddieeboweddie Posts: 822
    I missed this gig because my wife was at westlife in Dublin.  Insanely jealous.  Seems like 2 brilliant nights. Only 2 songs repeated  over the two sets or am I wrong? I've a feeling the poland and Prague shows will be incredible.  


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  • diggerbyromdiggerbyrom Posts: 31
    Fantastic two nights, first time at HP thought 10 club area was brilliant. The band were incredible both nights, McCready on fire, and Eddies voice so good. Loved both set lists, night 2 just edging it. Next time I’m following the tour round Europe god willing.
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  • OlivavuOlivavu EnglandPosts: 1,680
    Sound was much better than Hyde Park 2010. Good set list and atmosphere. Band were on form. Should have done both nights, but work life etc.
  • 1ThoughtKnown1ThoughtKnown Posts: 5,181
    edited July 10
    Olivavu said:
    Sound was much better than Hyde Park 2010. Good set list and atmosphere. Band were on form. Should have done both nights, but work life etc.
    It started to cut in and out during Not For You I think. Kind of coming in waves a bit. Not horrible but noticeable. I wasn’t at Hyde park 2010 so can’t compare. 

    Great fackin show! Can’t wait for Denver 
  • lastexitlondonlastexitlondon Posts: 9,331
    What i will add is the tempo  of the old songs  is back to original  tempo not 100 miles an hour and its for the  better . The songs are played now as they were on the  album speed wise.   So much better. And i like the  odd ed story but the show is now  2 hrs. Don't  scratch songs because  you talked a lot . 
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  • False_BeliefFalse_Belief CardiffPosts: 708
    The songs are played now as they were on the  album speed wise. 
    Thought this was quite noticeable on Garden in particular, with the riff sounding slower than it does on the recorded version even.   

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  • Did anyone else follow the sign language ladies at the side of the stage? I was transfixed by their signing and Ed made a point of going over during Porch on both nights, I saw them at Elton and the Stones too. Well done BST 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
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  • IamTomIamTom Posts: 1,113
    Can we all agree a huge plastic tree blocking most of a screen was ridiculously unnecessary:) We get it’s the Oak stage, thankfully it wasn’t the construction stage otherwise Ed & Mike would’ve been having to avoid a bunch of guys on a break staring at a pile of sand. 
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  • BrainofBGABrainofBGA AustraliaPosts: 3,167
    IamTom said:
    Can we all agree a huge plastic tree blocking most of a screen was ridiculously unnecessary:) We get it’s the Oak stage, thankfully it wasn’t the construction stage otherwise Ed & Mike would’ve been having to avoid a bunch of guys on a break staring at a pile of sand. 
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  • lastexitlondonlastexitlondon Posts: 9,331
    I posted in night  1 by mistake. But my post is there oops
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