NOTE: Years before success led them to become one of the biggest bands in the world, a group called Mookie Blaylock took the stage at a small club in Seattle on a cold October night. The Off Ramp Cafe (which is now gone) was situated in a weird, semi-desolate block in what was then a sleepier, dirtier city – a dank northwestern outpost of day laborers, lumberjacks and jet mechanics. But this show, on Oct. 22, 1990, was a direct precursor to the grunge explosion. Soon after, the band changed their name to Pearl Jam and began their jump to the forefront of mainstream culture. 'Girl' hasn't appeared on a setlist since this show.
Supporting bands: Inspector Luv and the Ride Me Babies (who later became Green Apple Quickstep) and Bathtub Gin.
A historic concert!
Sound Quality: 10/10
1. Even Flow (soundcheck)
6. Even Flow
10. Alive (Moore Theatre, Seattle, 22-12-1990)
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