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Pearl Jam: Live at the Garden (2003)

Pearl Jam plays the Madison Square Garden in New York City from July 8, 2003. Featuring deep cuts such as Love Boat Captain, hits such as Even Flow, and a cover of The Who's Baba O'Riley.
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Eddie Vedder: This, uh, this here's a song that was written, uh, actually before I even met, uh, Jeff and Stone, but without, uh, Jeff and Stone I certainly would never have get to play it here... or anywhere probably... or maybe someplace, but someplace that smelled like piss... which that woulda been alright... anyway, so, uh...
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This is a Must Have DVD For Any Music Fan.
28 July 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

On July 8, 2003 when I walked out of Madison Square Garden I swore that my face was officially rocked off. Man what a show. I do not think the band could have been any better.

When I first heard about the "Live at the Garden" I was overcome with great anticipation of what was to come.

This double DVD lives up to its billing. "Live at the Garden" A full show from the greatest band playing at the greatest venue in the greatest city in the world. What else could you want. From Love Boat Captain all the way through Yellow Ledbetter the boys show why their fans continually come again, and again, and again to their shows. Some of the highlights for me are Daughter w/ Ben Harper singing 'With My Two Hands" to Crown of Thorns & Breath. Then Eddie and Ben Harper doing a duet on Indifference, which was simply amazing.

The bonus features just throw this DVD over the top: Eddie performing "Throw Your Arms Around Me" with Mark Seymour in Australia is great. Eddie performing Dead Man (showing fans why they should come in and see the opener at Pearl Jam show because he performs a song before the opening act) is also very good. The montage for the song "Down" (which has become one of my all-time favorites) is not to be missed either.

So if you are a Pearl Jam or Music fan and do not own this DVD, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? It is really that good.

10 out of 10 stars


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