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*** Sacramento, CA, Fanviews Here 5.13.24 ***

SeaSea Earth Posts: 2,944
Pearl Jam
Golden 1 Center
Sacramento, CA
05/13/24
Show
Set List


Opening Band: Deep Sea Diver

Pearl Jam
Onstage: intro music 8:45 onstage 8:46
Offstage  11:17
Walk on intro music: Dark Entree

01. Pendulum
02. I’m Open
03. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
04. Faithful
05. Scared Of Fear
06. React, Respond
07. Wreckage
08. Dark Matter
09. Garden
{Ed talks about opening for Alice In Chains and playing in a club as Mookie Blaylock at Cattle Club.  He also talks about Steve Buscemi getting punched in NYC}
10. Lukin
11. Corduroy
12. Dance Of The Clairvoyants
13. Even Flow
14. Upper Hand
{Sings Happy Birthday to Stevie Wonder}
15. Waiting For Stevie
16. Running
{Ed talks about Tom Pugh from Given To Live.  How he developed this charity on his own.  Ed hopes someone can carry it on in his name.}
17. Light Years
18. Better Man/Save It For Later-(Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling) 1:12

Encore Break

overhead projector: How are you doing Sacto? nice, aww louder.. any song requests?, couldn’t see rest
{Ed dedicates the next song to Margaret and her soon to be husband.  Margaret is a great friend and helped Ed and Jill with their daughters}

19. Picture In A Frame-(Brennan, Waits)
20. Jeremy
21. Black
{Ed talks about the 40 year commitment Jeff and Stone have had}
22. Do The Evolution
23. Alive
24. Porch (Ed goes into crowd)
25. Setting Sun


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    AponeApone Posts: 582
    Another great setlist!

    Can't wait for the UK shows 
    2006: Leeds; 2012: Manchester 1; 2014: Leeds; 2017: London 1 (EV); 2018: Amsterdam 1, London 1, London 2; 2019: Amsterdam 1 (EV), Dublin (EV); 2022: Berlin, London 1, London 2, Budapest, Krakow, Amsterdam 1, Amsterdam 2; 2023: Chicago 1, Chicago 2
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    eboweddieeboweddie Posts: 939
    Wow
    .this band keep raising the bar
     Unbelievable sets so far. 

    i wish i wish i wish i wish, i guess it never stops
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    aurynsdadaurynsdad Posts: 848
    edited May 14
    Some thoughts before I go to bed:

    Took my 9 year old girl and 11 year old boy to their first concert (at least since they were babes with earmuffs). It was a bit long for my boy but my girl was standing on her seat and whooping 'til the end.

    Pendulum was such a nice and unexpected opener. Really, the first four songs were so great to have on the setlist. I'm open was really nice but it's a weird version Ed does now. No bother. Elderly was great. I don't know what the hell went wrong with Faithful, but it sounded like the chords were wrong in the intro and outro and Ed was doing his best to cover for it. Bothered me, but the rockin' middle was great. The four song stretch of DM songs was fun, but definitely took the crowd out of it a little bit. This crowd felt mediocre to me- really showing up at moments, but mostly classic old stuff.

    Garden was great. I don't know what AIC riff Mike was supposed to be playing lol, but Ed sang Man in the Box to it for a second. Lukin was better than I would have expected (I don't love the song but it was fun). After that there seemed to be stretches of the show where they just kinda were plodding along. Was excited to hear Waiting For Stevie but I think the Portland version may have been better. Light Years was a treat as it is one of my favorites of all time. Ed had a hard time playing it at first, and mentioned he was getting emotional. They were charging thru it, but like many songs it felt like it lost a little steam in the middle.

    The overhead projector stuff was cool, and I dig Ed's fancy handwriting, haha. Crowd seemed to match his politics pretty well when he made a comment about gun control and abortion. Glad he's still using the platform for good.

    Picture in a Frame was beautiful and I think a highlight, even though it was just Ed. Even though I've heard them a million times, I thought Jeremy and Black were very spirited, with Black having one of the best Mike runs at the end I can remember.

    Oh yeah, I should mention that on Evenflow earlier, my kids got to see Mike do the behind his head soloing. That was rad.

    Ed badly messed up lyrics on Do The Evolution, and said I'm sorry if I heard him right. Kept charging ahead and it was a pretty good version.

    Porch had one of my favorite moments of the night: as Ed was leaving the stage to go into the crowd, Jeff, Mike and Stone were all in a circle around Matt and jamming their asses off. Maybe they always do that, I can't remember, but it was beautiful and sounded fresh and inspired.

    Setting Sun is a great closer. Ed sang a few parts of it slightly flat, but whatever. I have to kind of turn the critical part of my brain off sometimes. There were many great, powerful moments in this show. There were also some sloppy spots (I really am nervous for how Faithful will sound on the bootleg, but sometimes what I hear live and what it sounds like later are two different things entirely). It was a fellow next to us's first show, and the song he had really wanted to hear was Upper Hand, and he got it and loved the show so much, a total dream come true that exceeded expectations. A couple rows back, I could hear another fan saying they were garbage tonight. It wasn't the best PJ show I've been to, and it was undoubtedly the most expensive. I can see how things like that would be frustrating to a lot of people. I had a great time, and gave my kids something they asked me for, and something they loved and will remember for the rest of their life.

    I look forward to seeing them again in a couple weeks at Bottle Rock, and reading other reviews of tonight's show.
    Post edited by aurynsdad on
    10/31/93 Berkeley (Baba!) • 10/1/94 Bridge School • 9/16/96 Seattle (In My Tree!) • 10/19/96 & 10/20/96 B. School (Alt Corduroy & Alt Porch!) • 10/25/03 B. School • 6/1/03 Mtnview (Crazy Mary! You Are!) • 11/29/13 Portland (All Those Yesterdays! Even Flow!) • 10/25/14 Bridge School (Rain! Fuckin Up! TOTD!) • 5/13/22 Oakland (had to leave early, but W.M.A.! Immortality!) • 5/13/24 Sacramento (Light Years! Picture in a Frame!)
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    MJ240670MJ240670 Posts: 12
    Great energy from the band and the crowd. Wish they could have keep playing. 
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    timlewis384timlewis384 Posts: 9
    Show #24 for me. Feel incredibly lucky to be able to keep doing this. IDC what the set list is or how much it costs. Thank you PJ.
    10-02-94, 11-07-95, 07-11-98, 07-16-98, 10-27-00, 10-28-00, 06-06-03, 10-25-03, 07-13-06, 07-16-06, 10-21-06, EV solo 04-05-08, Rock Honors 7-12-08, 10-06-09, 10-09-09, 10-23-10, EV solo 07-09-11, EV Bridge School 10-23-11
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    BrushdailyBrushdaily Marin County Posts: 194
    Great night! I’m Open, Lightyears, Faithful, Do the Evolution, Picture in a Frame all songs I’ve never heard live before. I was super excited to hear the new songs live and they did not disappoint. I wish I could have been in the Pit but maybe a miracle will happen for LV2. 
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    BlackDaughterBlackDaughter Posts: 14
    Wow!! Can't believe I high fived Eddie and he stood next to me and sang porch. He did a selfie with the guy next me. I had an incredible time. I took my best friend to his first PJ concert which was also his first rock concert. I set the bar high for him, lol. This was my 49th show. I have to say the crowd energy was weak, though(IMO). I'm genuinely shocked. GA barely moved. I kept looking all around and majority of people were not moving or singing. Never experienced that before. Especially at PJ.Betterman was a perfect example. I haven't heard Eddie sing that much of the beginning in over 20 years I brought it all night and loved the boys energy tonight, though. So glad for a "home show". The new songs are awesome. They did a great job mixing them in. Mike's solo during Waiting for Stevie was epic. Running is my favorite from the new album and my next favorite is Wreckage. Both are even better live. Still can't believe interacted with Eddie. Looking forward to Bottlerock and Ohana. Thank you Pearl Jam. 
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    Cenelson43Cenelson43 Providence, RI Posts: 13
    Wow. Can’t believe you guys got to hear Picture in a Frame. It’s atop my bucket list. Didn’t even know it was still something they’d put in the rotation.
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    Johnny AbruzzoJohnny Abruzzo Philly Posts: 10,612
    Wow. Can’t believe you guys got to hear Picture in a Frame. It’s atop my bucket list. Didn’t even know it was still something they’d put in the rotation.
    First since Phila, 4/28/16. Someone had gotten married in one of the boxes. The wife surprised the husband, brought the officiant to do the ceremony at the show. Then it all got overshadowed by the Ten show. 
    Spectrum 10/27/09; New Orleans JazzFest 5/1/10; Made in America 9/2/12; WF Center 10/21/13; WF Center 10/22/13;
    Baltimore Arena 10/27/13; WF Center 4/28/16; WF Center 4/29/16; Fenway Park 8/7/16; Fenway Park 9/2/18;
    Asbury Park 9/18/21; Camden 9/14/22; Las Vegas 5/16/24; Las Vegas 5/18/24

    Tres Mtns - TLA 3/23/11; EV - Tower Theatre 6/25/11; Temple of the Dog - Tower Theatre 11/5/16
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    chuck nevittchuck nevitt Posts: 233
    Wow!! Can't believe I high fived Eddie and he stood next to me and sang porch. He did a selfie with the guy next me. I had an incredible time. I took my best friend to his first PJ concert which was also his first rock concert. I set the bar high for him, lol. This was my 49th show. I have to say the crowd energy was weak, though(IMO). I'm genuinely shocked. GA barely moved. I kept looking all around and majority of people were not moving or singing. Never experienced that before. Especially at PJ.Betterman was a perfect example. I haven't heard Eddie sing that much of the beginning in over 20 years I brought it all night and loved the boys energy tonight, though. So glad for a "home show". The new songs are awesome. They did a great job mixing them in. Mike's solo during Waiting for Stevie was epic. Running is my favorite from the new album and my next favorite is Wreckage. Both are even better live. Still can't believe interacted with Eddie. Looking forward to Bottlerock and Ohana. Thank you Pearl Jam. 
    Hey my friend in the front row, does Ed look larger or smaller thru a 4 inch screen? 
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    Hugo ReyesHugo Reyes Posts: 244
    Does anyone have a video of slow Faithful?
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,554
    edited May 15
    Wow!! Can't believe I high fived Eddie and he stood next to me and sang porch. He did a selfie with the guy next me. I had an incredible time. I took my best friend to his first PJ concert which was also his first rock concert. I set the bar high for him, lol. This was my 49th show. I have to say the crowd energy was weak, though(IMO). I'm genuinely shocked. GA barely moved. I kept looking all around and majority of people were not moving or singing. Never experienced that before. Especially at PJ.Betterman was a perfect example. I haven't heard Eddie sing that much of the beginning in over 20 years I brought it all night and loved the boys energy tonight, though. So glad for a "home show". The new songs are awesome. They did a great job mixing them in. Mike's solo during Waiting for Stevie was epic. Running is my favorite from the new album and my next favorite is Wreckage. Both are even better live. Still can't believe interacted with Eddie. Looking forward to Bottlerock and Ohana. Thank you Pearl Jam. 
    Awesome picture. 
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    Merkin BallerMerkin Baller Posts: 10,554
    edited May 14
    nvm... off topic
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    nicknyr15nicknyr15 Posts: 7,880
    Wow. Can’t believe you guys got to hear Picture in a Frame. It’s atop my bucket list. Didn’t even know it was still something they’d put in the rotation.
    First since Phila, 4/28/16. Someone had gotten married in one of the boxes. The wife surprised the husband, brought the officiant to do the ceremony at the show. Then it all got overshadowed by the Ten show. 
    I listen to the 4/28 show more than I do the Ten show. 
    Those two shows were insane. I remember being tired from the night before ,waiting for them to come on thinking there’s no way they top last night……… sad that those days seem to be gone. 
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    Go AnimalGo Animal Posts: 4,151
    Dear Ed, please play Picture in a Frame for LA2. For reasons :) please & thank you 🙏
    PJ - 09/23/98: West Palm Beach II, 08/12/00: Tampa, 04/12/03: Orlando, 04/13/03: Tampa, 06/12/08: Tampa, 06/27/08: Hartford, 09/22/09: Seattle II, 04/11/16: Tampa, 05/01 & 05/02/16: MSG I & II, 09/18/21: Sea Hear Now, 10/01 & 10/02/21: Ohana Encore I & II, 05/06 & 05/07/22: Los Angeles I & II, 09/11/22: MSG, 09/16/22: Nashville, 09/02/23: St. Paul II, 09/07/23: Chicago II, 09/18 & 09/19/23: Austin I & II, 05/16 & 05/18/24: Las Vegas I & II. Michael Jordan's #!

    EV - 08/04 & 08/05/08: (Eddie solo, w/Liam Finn) NYC I & II, 11/27 & 11/28/12: (Eddie solo, w/Glen Hansard) Orlando I & II, 02/09 & 02/10/22: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Chicago I & II, 09/30/23: (Eddie & the Earthlings) Ohana Festival

    Song Wishlist: Oceans, Brother, Alone, Let Me Sleep, full W.M.A., Hold On, all of Vitalogy or Satan's Bed, Gremmie Out Of Control, Mankind, Around The Bend (full band), Don't Gimme No Lip, Pilate, Push Me Pull Me, All Those Yesterdays, Rival, Parting Ways (full band), You Are (thank you, Vegas!), Bu$hleaguer, Inside Job (Vegas!), low octave Driftin', Strangest Tribe, Other Side, Undone, Of The Earth, Love Reign O'er Me, Comfortably Numb, and the Mamasan Trilogy.

    Wanted Posters: WPB '98, Tampa/WPB '00, Tampa '03, EV Batmobile '08        ISO: any picks, or setlists from any of my shows!
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    jlwkamsjlwkams Posts: 75

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    jlwkamsjlwkams Posts: 75
    Thanks for the free promo of Pismo and the local surf shop Ed.  Didn’t go to the show as work kept me from Sac this week but recognized one of the two local Pismo surf shops immediately.  If this guy is from Pismo and surfs the local breaks, even more props.  
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    aurynsdadaurynsdad Posts: 848

    10/31/93 Berkeley (Baba!) • 10/1/94 Bridge School • 9/16/96 Seattle (In My Tree!) • 10/19/96 & 10/20/96 B. School (Alt Corduroy & Alt Porch!) • 10/25/03 B. School • 6/1/03 Mtnview (Crazy Mary! You Are!) • 11/29/13 Portland (All Those Yesterdays! Even Flow!) • 10/25/14 Bridge School (Rain! Fuckin Up! TOTD!) • 5/13/22 Oakland (had to leave early, but W.M.A.! Immortality!) • 5/13/24 Sacramento (Light Years! Picture in a Frame!)
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    aurynsdadaurynsdad Posts: 848
    DTE had a different set of animations- I’m not sure how much if any was from the music video. Similar style, but R rated (nudity).
    10/31/93 Berkeley (Baba!) • 10/1/94 Bridge School • 9/16/96 Seattle (In My Tree!) • 10/19/96 & 10/20/96 B. School (Alt Corduroy & Alt Porch!) • 10/25/03 B. School • 6/1/03 Mtnview (Crazy Mary! You Are!) • 11/29/13 Portland (All Those Yesterdays! Even Flow!) • 10/25/14 Bridge School (Rain! Fuckin Up! TOTD!) • 5/13/22 Oakland (had to leave early, but W.M.A.! Immortality!) • 5/13/24 Sacramento (Light Years! Picture in a Frame!)
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    aurynsdadaurynsdad Posts: 848
    “59 and still in prime” - my daughter on Eddie
    10/31/93 Berkeley (Baba!) • 10/1/94 Bridge School • 9/16/96 Seattle (In My Tree!) • 10/19/96 & 10/20/96 B. School (Alt Corduroy & Alt Porch!) • 10/25/03 B. School • 6/1/03 Mtnview (Crazy Mary! You Are!) • 11/29/13 Portland (All Those Yesterdays! Even Flow!) • 10/25/14 Bridge School (Rain! Fuckin Up! TOTD!) • 5/13/22 Oakland (had to leave early, but W.M.A.! Immortality!) • 5/13/24 Sacramento (Light Years! Picture in a Frame!)
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    lastexitlondonlastexitlondon Posts: 12,235
    Love to ewa and god speed tom.
    brixton 93
    astoria 06
    albany 06
    hartford 06
    reading 06
    barcelona 06
    paris 06
    wembley 07
    dusseldorf 07
    nijmegen 07

    this song is meant to be called i got shit,itshould be called i got shit tickets-hartford 06 -
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    PapPap Aspra Spitia, Greece Posts: 28,445
    Athens 2006 / Milton Keynes 2014 / London 1&2 2022 / Seattle 1&2 2024 / Dublin 2024 / Manchester 2024 / London 2024
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    PJNBPJNB Posts: 12,957
    Love seeing Ed back in the crowd for Porch! 
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    MD190661MD190661 Posts: 375
    Overall had a really great time last night. So fun being in an undersold pit. Could go pretty much anywhere except dead center front. Moved around a bunch, though mainly stayed towards the back. Sound was better further back in the pit. 

    Was a little disappointed in the opening 4 pack. Pendulum was fine but not a great fit for this crowd. I'm Open is just a strange choice and Faithfull sounded a bit off. Show took off with the new songs and just got better as it went along. Even DOTC sounded cool, which I hadn't heard live before. Waiting for Stevie might have been the best of new songs last night. I really don't need 6 Ten songs - 4 in the encore-, but they were all very well played and the crowded was way into it. Was cool to see Porch in a different spot though was hoping for RVM. Setting Sun is so great as a closer. Was also cool to get an Eddie high 5 as we went through the back pit area/barricade. 

    I'm kind of leaning towards skipping BottleRock as I'm guessing with all the Ten songs and Better Man last night, they'll repeat 3/4 of the show from last night there. Not sure it's worth the time, expense and hassle to hear maybe 3 or 4 songs not played last night. We'll see how I feel once my ears stop ringing. It was really loud! 

    Of the last 3 shows I've seen, included the 2 from Oakland in 2022, this was probably my least favorite, but only by small degrees. They sounded great, new songs are super solid live and are having a lot of fun on stage.
    10/1/94, 6/22/95, 6/24/95, 9/16/96, 7/22/98, 10/21/01, 6/1/03, 10/25/03, 10/26/03, 9/1/05, 7/15/06, 7/18/06, 8/28/09, 10/07/09, 10/3/12, 11/26/13, 6/18/18, 8/10/18, 5/12/22, 5/13/22, 5/13/24




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    redmoredmo Posts: 3
    First show with the kids. They were happy as they played all the hits - Evenflow, Alive, Betterman, DOTC, DTE etc. For me the setlist was not that great with all those songs from 10 ... and the crowd energy was definitely lacking. First time ever I started the concert sitting down as most of the folks in the high section were. A few of us eventually stood up and thanked each other for solidarity. 

    I was shocked to see some of the seats in the lower section empty and wondered how ten club handed my seats up in the 2XX sections after 20+ years in the club. 
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    MD190661MD190661 Posts: 375
    Sorry you got 200 level seats via 10 Club. I was shocked at how high up that level is with the suites in between the lower and upper level. 
    10/1/94, 6/22/95, 6/24/95, 9/16/96, 7/22/98, 10/21/01, 6/1/03, 10/25/03, 10/26/03, 9/1/05, 7/15/06, 7/18/06, 8/28/09, 10/07/09, 10/3/12, 11/26/13, 6/18/18, 8/10/18, 5/12/22, 5/13/22, 5/13/24




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    utpaldesaiutpaldesai Posts: 25
    Ed sounded great, and the band seemed genuinely happy. The new screen concept is good. I thought they kept turning on the lights too often. The highlights of the show for me- Faithful, Lightyears, Garden, Black, Corduroy, Dance of the clairvoyants. I didn't care too much about the new songs. They're excited to showcase their new album. They performed eight tracks from it While I personally lean towards the old favorites, it's understandable that the band wants to play new material  The new album isn't lacking in quality, but fans like me will take time to appreciate the new songs. We will always prefer the old stuff. :) 
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    aurynsdadaurynsdad Posts: 848
    There is now a YT video of the performance of Faithfull: https://youtu.be/ozlbjstKHpw?si=zZckujABbrnk4HYq

    I'm pretty convinced it was a problem with Mike's guitar either being tuned wrong or something similar.
    10/31/93 Berkeley (Baba!) • 10/1/94 Bridge School • 9/16/96 Seattle (In My Tree!) • 10/19/96 & 10/20/96 B. School (Alt Corduroy & Alt Porch!) • 10/25/03 B. School • 6/1/03 Mtnview (Crazy Mary! You Are!) • 11/29/13 Portland (All Those Yesterdays! Even Flow!) • 10/25/14 Bridge School (Rain! Fuckin Up! TOTD!) • 5/13/22 Oakland (had to leave early, but W.M.A.! Immortality!) • 5/13/24 Sacramento (Light Years! Picture in a Frame!)
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    davidosdavidos Posts: 470
    edited May 15
    aurynsdad said:
    There is now a YT video of the performance of Faithfull: https://youtu.be/ozlbjstKHpw?si=zZckujABbrnk4HYq

    I'm pretty convinced it was a problem with Mike's guitar either being tuned wrong or something similar.

    Their guitars were tuned down flat a half step (easier to sing) so it sounded off compared to what we are used to hearing but Mike was also playing the intro chord progression incorrectly a full step below what it should have been. He just mistakenly started the song on the wrong fret and kept going. That combined with the lower tuning to begin with is why it sounded strange. 
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    aurynsdadaurynsdad Posts: 848
    Honestly I think it affected my enjoyment of the show, as that kind of made me think "damn, they're not as good as they used to be," but on balance, the rest of the show was pretty great!
    10/31/93 Berkeley (Baba!) • 10/1/94 Bridge School • 9/16/96 Seattle (In My Tree!) • 10/19/96 & 10/20/96 B. School (Alt Corduroy & Alt Porch!) • 10/25/03 B. School • 6/1/03 Mtnview (Crazy Mary! You Are!) • 11/29/13 Portland (All Those Yesterdays! Even Flow!) • 10/25/14 Bridge School (Rain! Fuckin Up! TOTD!) • 5/13/22 Oakland (had to leave early, but W.M.A.! Immortality!) • 5/13/24 Sacramento (Light Years! Picture in a Frame!)
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