domingo, 18 de novembro de 2012

18 de Novembro: Eddie Vedder em Tulsa I

Cidade: Tulsa
Estado: Oklahoma
Data: 18.11.2012
Local: Brady Theater
Hora: 20:30h (00:30h de Brasília)
Abertura: Glen Hansard
Show de número 12/22



*Eddie tocou Education pela primeira vez em um show solo.

*This Land is Your Land, cover do Woodie Guthrie, é tocada pela primeira vez.

*Eddie reclamou do dono da Papa John's, famosa rede de pizzarias americana, por se recusar a pagar seguro de saúde aos seus funcionários mesmo com enormes lucros no seu negócio.

*Eddie reclamou um pouco dos flashes e mandou um membro da platéia colocar a coleira e sentar-se depois que este gritou para o vocalista parar de falar sobre política.





01. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
02. Can’t Keep
03. Sleeping By Myself
04. Without You

(Ed greets the audience. A man and a women shout that they love Eddie. Ed thinks the man sounds more drunk than the woman. A person in the audience makes an odd braying sound. Ed asks if you are allowed to bring in diseased Emu’s into the building. Ed talks about the meaning of the song “Soon Forget” and says it reminds him of a Porno For Pyros song called “Cursed Male”, which he plays a couple of bars from.)

05. Soon Forget
06. Around The Bend
07. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away-(Lennon, McCartney) (instrumental intro only)
08. Driftin’
09. Wishlist
10. Better Man (Ed forgets the lyrics pretty early on. He laughs and says “This is a new song and I’ve never played it before.” He messes up again but eventually gets back on track. seems to be some new improvisational lyrics during the outro)
11. Millworker-(Taylor) (instrumental middle section jam no lyrics)
12. Far Behind
13. No Ceiling

(Ed introduces the next song by talking about Chris McCandless and his travels. Ed hopes that even if it hadn’t ended tragically that someone would have written a book about him. “this next song is about life, love, hope and the pursuit of happiness.”)

14. Guaranteed

(Ed says, “this is a mandolin..” and audience member screams “Lukin!”. Ed replies, “yeah, I am gonna play Lukin on a mandolin...he strums the chords for it a little bit then plays the main riff from “Iron Man” by Black Sabbath. Ed, “I will play anything you want if you just stop taking pictures. Save it for the end. I don’t want it distracting the rest of the audience.”
15. Rise
16. Long Nights w/ Glen Hansard

(Ed repeats an audience members shout of “my name is Jeremy.” Ed laughs and says, “I owe you an apology don’t I? in mocking tone “hey Jeremy, you speak in class today? Sorry man....” He goes on to talk about Ken Burn’s documentary on the Dust Bowl this leads to a series of digressions and stories including his part time job working at the club “Bacchanal” and getting to work a Ray Charles show. As Ray passes Ed he says, “That is a fine haircut son” referring to Ed’s mohawk. Ed is stunned and thinks “Ray Charles can see, all this time, he has been playing us.” Ed then sees Ray’s handlers laughing and realizes he has been set up. “It was an honor to get pranked by the great Ray Charles.”)

17. Immortality (dedicated to Ray Charles)

(Ed says this next one is a sing along and starts to strum the chords for “Slow Lukin” an audience member says he wants to come up and sing Hunger Strike. Ed says, “oh, you are gonna sing Chris’s part? I like it when audience members tell jokes.” While Ed has been talking he continued strumming the “Slow” version of Lukin after a few more strums he plays the regular version)

18. Lukin
19. Porch

Encore Break 1

20. Just Breathe
21. Pump Organ (same version as previously. Lyrics rather than wordless singing)

(Ed wonders what to play next. He says, “I just got an interesting request...I have never played this by myself before, when I get to the chorus I may have to stop for a bit...”)

22. Education (on acoustic guitar. plays it pretty well. Little hesitations on the bridge section)

(Ed describes the next song as being sort of like Better Man but from the man’s perspective. “Maybe every terrible, awful, tragic story has two sides.”)

23. Fourth Of July-(Dave Alvin)
24. Society w/ Glen Hansard-(Hannan)
25. Sleepless Nights w/ Glen-(Bryant, Bryant) [busking no mics or PA)
26. Can’t Help Falling In Love w/ Glen-(Creatore, Peretti, Weiss) {Dedicated to newlywed Eric and his wife}

27. This Land Is Your Land-(Woodie Guthrie) {Glen plays ukulele and vocals, Ed vocals-They rehearsed it just a few minutes before Ed went on stage. Dedicated to Woody Guthrie}

(Ed talks about the owner of Papa’ John’s not wanting to give his employees health care. Despite posting huge profits he claims that health care will cost him too much. A belligerent audience member shouts at Ed to stop talking about politics and just sing his songs. Ed tells the guy to put his leash back on and settle down. Maybe smoke some pot, which is legal in Seattle. Ed, “I can’t wait to get back home.”
Ed says the next song is beautiful and that there is someone special in the audience he wants to play it for. “This is for Michelle, Thanks for letting us take Jesse out with us. We need him. This is a beautiful song and I can say that because I didn’t write it”)

28. Falling Slowly w/ Glen-(Hansard, Irgloá)-Dedicated to Michelle
29. Loud Uke-(generally the same as previous versions)
30. I Won’t Back Down-(Lynne, Petty) {crowd sings outro chorus. Ed says “it sounds like church”}

31. So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star-(Hillman, McGuinn) Dedicated to Wayne Coyne of “The Flaming Lips” an Oklahoma native
32. The End

Encore Break 2

(Ed invites a girl onstage to start the tape machine for Hard Sun)

33. Hard Sun w/ Glen and audience members-(Peterson)

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