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Live at the Gorge 05/06

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From the time of their spectacular arrival 17 years ago, Pearl Jam has continually earned and maintained the respect of one of popular music's most devoted followings. Live At Gorge represents why. Weighing in at 7« hours of unparalleled, nonstop incendiary rock 'n' roll, this box faithfully presents an all-time legend at the height of their power. Pearl Jam, Live At The Gorge is sure to be one of the biggest rock releases of 2007 and many years to come.

Perhaps it's the color scheme and imagery on the slipcase art for Live at the Gorge, recalling Roger Dean's classic 1970s-era album jackets, but this 7-disc set of live Pearl Jam feels warmly retro. Fans will concur, of course, since the 100 tracks favor Ten and Vs. And let's not kid ourselves, it'll be mostly committed fans that buy Gorge, given the sprawl and the fact that several tunes appear three times. That fact alone is retro: Fans buy live albums; generalists stay away. What fans will get--and generalists miss--here is an old-school, road-proved rock throwdown, from start to finish. Eddie Vedder's connection to fans is palpable in the between-song chatter and the Brit-style sing-a-longs (not to mention the Tom Petty goading he has going strong on the 2005 gig or the two appearances of Petty's "I Won't Back Down"). The general soundscape goes like this: The 2005 set is somber and slow-to-build, with its highlight in "I Believe in Miracles" as a show-opener. The 2006 discs, all four of them, are heated and gritty, with the final show's opening, "Severed Hand," providing a great vantage point into Pearl Jam's version of what Keith Richards calls "guitar weaving." It was a sweltering day at the Gorge (in George, Washington, no less), and the music embodies the heat. --Andrew Bartlett

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Believe In Miracles[Disc 1]
  2. Small town [Disc 1]
  3. Off He Goes [Disc 1]
  4. Low Light [Disc 1]
  5. Man Of The Hour [Disc 1]
  6. I Am Mine[Disc 1]
  7. Crazy Mary [Disc 1]
  8. Black [Disc 1]
  9. Hard To Imagine [Disc 1]

Disc: 2

  1. Given To Fly [Disc 2]
  2. Last Exit [Disc 2]
  3. Save You [Disc 2]
  4. Do The Evolution [Disc 2]
  5. Alone [Disc 2]
  6. Sad [Disc 2]
  7. Even Flow [Disc 2]
  8. Not For You [Disc 2]
  9. Corduroy [Disc 2]

Disc: 3

  1. Encore Break [Disc 3]
  2. Love Boat Captain [Disc 3]
  3. Insignificance[Disc 3]
  4. Better Man [Disc 3]
  5. Rearvewmirror [Disc 3]
  6. I Won't Back Down [Disc 3]
  7. Last Kiss [Disc 3]
  8. Crown Of Thorns [Disc 3]
  9. Blood [Disc 3]
  10. Yellow Ledbetter [Disc 3]
  11. Baba O'Riley [Disc 3]

Disc: 4

  1. Wash [Disc 4]
  2. Corduroy [Disc 4]
  3. Hail Hail [Disc 4]
  4. World Wide Suicide [Disc 4]
  5. Severed Hand [Disc 4]
  6. Given To Fly [Disc 4]
  7. Small Town [Disc 4]
  8. Even Flow [Disc 4]
  9. Down [Disc 4]

Disc: 5

  1. Encore Break [Disc 5]
  2. Footsteps [Disc 5]
  3. Once [Disc 5]
  4. Alive [Disc 5]
  5. State Of Love And Trust [Disc 5]
  6. Crown Of Thorns [Disc 5]
  7. Leash [Disc 5]
  8. Porch [Disc 5]
  9. Last Kiss [Disc 5]
  10. Inside Job [Disc 5]
  11. Go [Disc 5]
  12. Baba O'Riley [Disc 5]
  13. Dirty Frank [Disc 5]
  14. Rockin' In The Free World [Disc 5]
  15. Yellow Ledbetter [Disc 5]

Disc: 6

  1. Severed Hand [Disc 6]
  2. Corduroy [Disc 6]
  3. World Wide Suicide [Disc 6]
  4. God's Dice [Disc 6]
  5. Animal [Disc 6]
  6. Do The Evolution [Disc 6]
  7. In Hiding [Disc 6]
  8. Green Disease [Disc 6]
  9. Even Flow [Disc 6]

Disc: 7

  1. Encore Break [Disc 7]
  2. I Won't Back Down [Disc 7]
  3. Life Wasted [Disc 7]
  4. Big Wave [Disc 7]
  5. Satan's Bed [Disc 7]
  6. Spin The Black Circle [Disc 7]
  7. Alive [Disc 7]
  8. Given To Fly [Disc 7]
  9. Little Wing [Disc 7]
  10. Crazy Mary [Disc 7]
  11. Comatose [Disc 7]
  12. Fuckin' Up [Disc 7]
  13. Yellow Ledbetter [Disc 7]

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 26, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 7
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B000Q677KO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,227 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I like Pearl Jam. When I had just graduated from high school they were the biggest thing in Rock. They were cool and more importantly back then, I was cool because I liked them. Some 18 years later, somewhere in a dusty corner of my house I have the CD's alphabetized in some kind of time capsule that my wife wishes was boxed up and out in the garage.

So last week I found myself at a music store and I came across this really cool looking box... "Pearl Jam". I picked it up and looked at the incredible amount of music contained on the discs... some titles I knew, some I had no idea about. I am 39; I have a good job, so I came home and ordered from Amazon. Well I got the package last night... I put in disc one at 11 pm and I sat up all last night listening to these songs, the new and the old, and I held the box like you do when you are 14 and music is everything. I felt transported during this musical journey and I wanted to share with you how good this group of songs is, how drawn in to the concert setting you will be. I liked Pearl Jam when it was 1991 and now in 2008 they seem so damn good, not just angry, but powerful. What a find. I encourage anyone with a dusty corner in their home to relearn Pearl Jam and to enjoy the wonderful tracks that you might not even know about if you moved on after the "Vitalogy" years.

Five stars ***** Pearl Jam is the new Dead, with a better catalog. For a few hours I did not have a mortgage, car payment, and a house that needed to be cleaned... For a few hours I was Live at the Gorge with Pearl Jam... and it was a place that I had not been to for a long time, too long.
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By Rifugium on July 6, 2007
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Seven discs of live Pearl Jam for a reasonable price. I couldn't turn it down, even though I already own the July 22 show, which I also had the privilege of attending. It's a nice colorful box set of digipacks, the only downside being that it does not contain any liner notes or pictures of the shows.

But packaging aside, here is some vital information I assembled that might be useful to some of you who may be indecisive as to whether or not to acquire this box. I did a tally of all the songs and arranged them by era, based on the studio albums, so you can quickly see how many songs you're getting from whatever albums you love. Non-LP songs include b-sides and session songs. (Yeah, I was bored at work.) So here are the album-eras of Pearl Jam, followed by the number of songs performed live in this box set:

Ten ......... 12 (eight LP, four non-LP)
Vs. .......... 11 (nine LP, two non-LP)
Vitalogy .... 7
No Code .... 3
Yield ......... 5
Binaural .... 3 (two LP, one non-LP)
Riot Act .... 6 (four LP, two non-LP)
Pearl Jam ... 12
Covers ...... 8
Other ........ 3

Amidst the three long shows, totaling exactly 100 tracks (there are tracks not listed on Amazon for some reason), there are five threepeated songs (Evenflow, Alive, Corduroy, Given to Fly, and Yellow Ledbetter). As you can tell from the tally, it's a good mix of material; not entirely representative of every album, but most likely representative of the albums that the majority of people want to hear (i.e. Ten and Vs.). But all the performances are spot-on and well done by the band, and of course there's a lot of mid-song banter that gives that "realness" to the shows, and makes you feel like you were there even if you weren't.
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Pearl Jam is the most important band to emerge in the early 90's and really the only one that has stood the test of time. That is a huge testament to quality of their music, and the best showcase for their music has always been their live performances. Fortunately for us fans, a few years ago the band decided to start releasing their live performances and ever since we have had a wealth of live Pearl Jam to enjoy. Some fans may have already downloaded one or more of the shows included in this set (as I had), but this box set still remains a worthwhile investment, even if you have downloaded the shows. It provides that tactile feel that is missing from downloaded music (although kudos to PJ for including pictures and artwork with the downloads). Plus the sound quality tends to be better. The packaging is similar to the 03 bootlegs with tri-fold cardboard cases containing each of the three shows. The artwork is nice, with the outer covers giving a sense of the natural environment of the Gorge, with the inside containing what appear to be images of the Gorge under construction (?).

The 05 show is contained on Discs 1 - 3. Disc 1 is an acoustic set, similar to the Mansfield set from 03. This particular set list is not as strong as the Mansfield acoustic set, but is still enjoyable and includes Hard to Imagine. Discs 2 and 3 contain the remainder of the show, and a number of rarities including Alone, Sad and Undone. Other notable songs include Dissident, MFC, Not for You, and In My Tree. The only downside of this show is that the attempts to annoy Tom Petty occasionally take away from the music, in my opinion.

Discs 4 and 5 contain the first 06 show and this show is the highlight of the entire box set.
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