Pearl Jam
Convention Center Arena
Birmingham, AL
September 3, 1998

** 16 BIT **

Source: Sonic Studios DSM-6P w/3-way lo-cut filter, position unknown (most likely @ 80hz, middle setting) > Sony WM-D6
Transfer: Master cassettes (Maxell XLII-S) > Denon 790R > Kenwood A-522 amplifier > Kenwood GE-622 Equalizer > .WAV @ 16 bit/44.1 kHz
Mastering: .WAV > Sound Forge Pro 11.0 (Build 299) [iZotope Mastering Suite (declick); minor edits, normalize, & fades] > CDWav tracking) > Trader's Little Helper (level 5) > FLAC > TagScanner 6.0.18 (tagging)
Location: Sec: FLR Row: 4 Seat: 37 (Stone's side)
Recorded & transferred by: Steve "ballsdeep" Hagar
Mastered by: Dennis Orr

01 Release
02 Hail Hail
03 Animal
04 Given To Fly
05 Dueling Banjos (tease) >
06 Corduroy
07 Immortality
08 Wishlist
09 Go
10 Daughter (with Androgynous Mind and Stuff And Nonsense teases)
11 Footsteps
12 Even Flow
13 Jeremy
14 Faithful
15 Brain Of J.
16 Chat
17 Better Man
18 Rearviewmirror
19 Porch
20 Encore Break
- Encore -
21 Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
22 Leatherman
23 Do The Evolution
24 Alive
25 Black
26 Baba O'Riley
27 Crowd

Eddie Vedder - lead vocals, harp, & acoustic guitar
Mike McCready - lead guitar & backing vocals
Stone Gossard - rhythm guitar & backing vocals
Jeff Ament - bass & backing vocals
Matt Cameron - drums & percussion

Show Notes:
This show was a welcome relief after the Atlanta debacle, where I had a ticket to the show but dropped it ***under a car on the way in***, then spent 3/4 of the show looking for it. This show was taped from the 4th row, Stone's side. The version of "Porch" from this show really snagged my earholes. Overall, it's a great set taped from a great spot.

He may not be given to fly, but his name is Dennis. Give him thanks for taking what's in my closet and putting it in an easily consumable form. I just push buttons and shit. And there's more to come. Much, much more.

---ballsdeep OUT!

Mastering Notes:
Tape flip during the applause after "Daughter" - seamlessly spliced, no music lost
Tape flip during the "Encore Break" applause