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Live at the Garden

Live at the Garden
Video by Pearl Jam
Released November 11, 2003
Recorded July 8, 2003, Madison Square Garden, New York, New York
Genre Alternative rock
Length 210 minutes
Language English
Label Epic
Pearl Jam chronology
Live at the Showbox
(2003)
Live at the Garden
(2003)
Immagine in Cornice
(2007)

Live at the Garden is the fourth DVD release by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam, recorded on July 8, 2003 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. It was released on November 11, 2003.

Contents

  • Overview 1
  • Track listing 2
    • DVD one 2.1
    • DVD two 2.2
    • Bonus songs 2.3
    • Matt Cam songs 2.4
    • Easter egg 2.5
  • Personnel 3
  • Chart positions 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Overview

The DVD documents Pearl Jam on its 2003 Boom Gaspar. The concert was also made available as the 7/8/03 - New York, New York official bootleg. It includes several bonus songs, including four montages, as well as the Matt Cam feature (which debuted on one of the band's previous DVD releases, Touring Band 2000) with which you can watch selected songs from the camera focused on drummer Matt Cameron. Live at the Garden has been certified three times platinum by the RIAA.[1]

The DVD features an improv by lead guitarist Mike McCready within "Even Flow" that goes on for nearly five minutes. "Wishlist" contains a tag of the Buzzcocks song "Why Can't I Touch It?" Pearl Jam performed the Mother Love Bone song "Crown of Thorns" at the concert. Vocalist Eddie Vedder, in tribute to the late Mother Love Bone vocalist Andrew Wood, says, "I think Jeff and Stone will back me up on this, Andy would have loved it here."

Track listing

DVD one

  1. "Love Boat Captain"
  2. "Last Exit"
  3. "Save You"
  4. "Green Disease"
  5. "In My Tree"
  6. "Cropduster"
  7. "Even Flow"
  8. "Gimme Some Truth"
  9. "I Am Mine"
  10. "Low Light"
  11. "Faithfull"
  12. "Wishlist"/"Why Can't I Touch It?"
  13. "Lukin"
  14. "Grievance"
  15. "1/2 Full"
  16. "Black"
  17. "Spin the Black Circle"
  18. "Rearviewmirror"

DVD two

  1. "You Are"
  2. "Thumbing My Way"
  3. "Daughter" (with Ben Harper)
  4. "Crown of Thorns"
  5. "Breath"
  6. "Better Man"
  7. "Do the Evolution"
  8. "Crazy Mary"
  9. "Indifference" (with Ben Harper)
  10. "Sonic Reducer" (with Tony Barber of the Buzzcocks)
  11. "Baba O'Riley" (with Steve Diggle of the Buzzcocks)
  12. "Yellow Ledbetter"

Bonus songs

Matt Cam songs

Easter egg

  • The DVD contains an easter egg in the form of "Hunger Strike" from 7/19/03, Palacio de los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico, performed with Corin Tucker of Sleater-Kinney. To access it, click on the setlist feature on the main menu screen of disk one, scroll down to "Black" and hit the right button twice rapidly.
  • If the above method doesn't work you can also try inserting disc 1, press stop until you have your DVD players loading screen, press 2 then press play.

Personnel

Chart positions

Chart (2003) Position
US Top Music Videos[2] 2

References

  1. ^ "Gold and Platinum Database Search". Retrieved 2007-02-12. 
  2. ^ "Pearl Jam: Top Music Videos".  

External links

  • information at pearljam.comLive at the Garden
  • Pearl Jam: Live at the Garden at the Internet Movie Database
  • Pearl Jam: Live at the Garden at AllMovie
  • Live at the GardenTrailer for on Sony Music's Pearl Jam page (QuickTime)
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