I Went To The Pearl Jam Concert From Thursday September 7, 2006 At The Palacio De Los Deportes In Madrid, Spain

On leaving the Codplay concert in Madrid in November last year, many people complained that the group had only played for an hour and a half. I was not quite agree with the complaint, in the sense that I’d rather pay 35 euros for ninety minutes guaranteed to the same amount for a seat in the back row of the Bernabeu. To see a Madrid-Barca was a total pie . Nobody noticed, however, that the list of songs that Coldplay had touched was a decal that had been offered last night in Barcelona. The only difference between a concert and another is that in the Palau San Jordi, Chris Martin had held Barca 0-3 on Madrid, while Goya, best kept quiet. Unlike Coldplay, Pearl Jam usually change your list of songs each night. As an example, it is noteworthy that in 2003 gave three concerts in Boston, which offered three completely different concerts, which played a total of 105 songs, and only one repititieron: Yellow Ledbetter, his closer by excellence. (Here you can see the amazing Pearl Jam Setlist Archive, with over 600 concerts listed) Hence, a concert Vedder and company are not only two hours of powerful guitar anthems and rockers, quite a happening, an event in any rule, unique .

Meanwhile, Coldplay, follow the steps of U2 and the Rolling Stones, and putriforraran with a prescription to be repeat-identical-every night at a different stage, with appropriate scaling of the single shift. Yes, the life of a rockstar can be so boring. PRMIA Betterman was the song of the concert the concert on Thursday in Madrid. It is probably his most popular topic in Spain. First minute, the first surprise.

At the end of Daugther usually honor some classic, from Bob Marley to Led Zeppelin, Eddie Vedder and yesterday chose “why not” Another Brick in the Wall, referring to one of anti-Bush slogans that both turn on people. The concert yesterday, like all those offered by Seattle, was literally unique. So the guy in front of me, and I had seen a week ago in Azkena was crazy. I was watching another show. Better yet, the guys who were watching on stage were playing a concert unlike any they have played for 15 years. And it shows. These gentlemen who have decade and a half on the road, looking each other on stage and play clothes for two square meters. Do not just finish a song they already started the other. In his new Life Wasted to Evenflow. As always there were some that were left in the chamber, Wishlist, Hunger Strike, Baba O’Riley, but the return to those weekday evenings that simply lock yourself in your room with a disc at full volume was the best way to be completely free No one takes me. The gift came at the end when the last chords of Yellow Ledbetter, the unstoppable Mike McCready was started with Hendrix’s Little Wing, probably my favorite song of all time. Like good conversation, good movies, good books a concert by Pearl Jam left open questions that the answers given. In this case, the question was, undoubtedly, Why Go Home?


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