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Published: 2014/06/18

Pearl Jam Offer Up a Cover of The Beatles’ "Rain" in Amsterdam

Pearl Jam closed out their two night run at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam with a 29-song set that featured a rare cover of The Beatles’ “Rain” towards the end of the main set. The band played the tune for the just the second time ever, although it was also teased briefly during the group’s landmark show at Pinkpop in 1992.

Additional highlights from the show include the rarity “Marker in the Sand,” which returned to the set for the first time since 2011 and the first time in Europe since July 2007. In the encore, Pearl Jam delivered “All or None” for just the second time since August 2007 and the first in Europe since 2006.

Next up for Pearl Jam is a show in Milan, ITA on June 20.

Here’s a look at the setlist:

Hard to Imagine
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Life Wasted
Mind Your Manners
Last Exit
Do the Evolution
Severed Hand
Lightning Bolt
Even Flow
Marker in the Sand
Let the Records Play
Unthought Known
Better Man

Just Breathe
All or None
My Father’s Son
State of Love and Trust

Enc 2:
Rockin’ in the Free World
Yellow Ledbetter


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Harry O''Toole June 18, 2014, 12:42:33

Much better cover than that limp version of a great song The ABB have been offering up lately.

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