[Support for Eddie Vedder solo tour]
Setlist: When Your Mind’s Made Up, Love Don’t Leave Me Waiting, Lowly Deserter, What Happens When the Heart Just Stops – Bad Bone, (Brazilian Traffic song), Leave – Love Reign o’er Me (The Who), Astral Weeks (Van Morrison) – Smile (Pearl Jam), Her Mercy, This Gift
Notes: During Eddie’s set, Glen plays guitar and sings on ‘Long Nights’, ‘Sleepless Nights’ (unamplified), ‘Society’, ‘Falling Slowly’, and ‘Hard Sun’.
Review: Scream & Yell with photo (in Portuguese, rough translation of Glen bits below)
For completeness, Glen Hansard made a show of opening so impressive that I could only think: “now ended the night time, it might be better to go straight home .” The Irish (Oscar winner for Best Original Song for ” Falling Slowly ” from the movie “Once”, which he wrote and recorded with The Swell Season) has a perfect timing for this type of show: is charismatic, account good stories and destroys guitar strings like there (most shows) tomorrow . Played their own songs, Van Morrison and also cited “Smile” by Pearl Jam, to the delight of fans . Every chance, thanked those who “come early ” to see his show . Even told about the concern we had with Brazilian motorcycle couriers, completing the affidavit with a bossa nova that included the line “Please do not die “.
Hansard returned to play bass on “Long Nights” and, later, for duets on “Society”, “Falling Slowly” (“I will miss playing that ,” said Vedder, Pearl Jam coming back soon) and “Hard Sun “. In “Sleepless Nights”, the duo sang without microphones, in front of the stage, in a touching performance (and to which the public has collaborated with silence).
[Thanks to Sea at the PJ boards for the setlist]