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Interstellar Overdrive - Pearl Jam - June 6 03 - #44 Las Vegas - North America 2003 (CD)

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Not a lot of chat tonight with the show starting late. After 'Save You,' Ed brings the mic stand down on his monitor with great force and the stand and heavy, round base fly into the crowd, striking someone in the front row. Ed pays homage to the crowd in this totally uncovered venue for holding up and how it is turning out to be a "memorable evening.

Ed moves to the front of the stage at various times, singing up into the rain. Mike climbs down to the front barrier during the 'Even Flow' solo, practically crawling into the crowd, then slipping on the wet stage and falling when returning.

Ed speaks about stopping by to visit one of the West Memphis Three in Arkansas and how it makes you appreciate your freedoms and how you could lose them being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

How it makes you appreciate open spaces and being able to gather together and have a great time and the "ability to stand in the rain all night.

With the entire room dark, Ed strolls out, puts on the headphones to perform a four-minute version 'Arc' with the lights out for the duration. The rest of the band take the stage, the lights come up and it is immediate obvious that Mike and Stone have buzz cuts what caused this?

They zip through the first few songs, Matt using a drum fill to effortlessly transition from 'Green Disease' to 'Grievance. He says it seems like a lot of "patriotic" people had a party three weeks ago as the war was "over" including Bush partying up on an aircraft carrier but so many soldiers had been killed since then. At the top of the encore, Ed asks how often you get to play on Friday the 13th and have it go well.

During 'Daughter,' Ed encourages the crowd to sing along, saying it makes you feel good and is the only thing keeping him from blowing his head off. He requests more singing for 'Jeremy,' and the crowd is happy to assist and the song is even extended so the crowd can keep singing.

Returning for the second encore, the crowd is loud and Ed exclaims, "Jesus Christ! He points out Mike and Stone's matching haircuts and says now that music can be downloaded, musicians have to come up with alternate methods for making money and that he wants to sell some of Mike's hair. I was the one who was the entrepreneur. Ed looks around in awe and lifts his hands up saying,"Wow! Look at this! It looks good! Ed flubs the lyrics to 'DTE' and the band has to adjust, leading to an awkward moment in the mid-song.

After 'Insignificance,' Ed points out that the reason the band are playing Fargo is Jeff Ament and the crowd responds with "Jeff" chants. Ed mentions Jeff's family, who are supposedly in the stands stage right holding a large "Thanks, Jeff" banner. Mike is immersed in his 'Even Flow' solo, dragging it out over several minutes and the band seeming impatient with him, all staring at him with not-too-happy looks on their faces. It's still growing up just like me, yeah.

Still growing, still breathing, still avoiding dying. Still playing, still loving, still avoiding crying, yeah. As the crow flies, as the tree grows, tomorrow I'll die. Something I never thought I'd know.

Ed remarks afterward, "That was just a detour. Lyrics included during 'Porch:' "If I could take back Or all the sudden it freaked me out cause I know that my family's gonna be in Chicago in three days and I'm getting the shakes. OK, then goodnight we'll see you tomorrow! Ed greets the crowd with a little 'Outshined' tag: "good evening During 'Alive,' Ed convinces a fan to pass his cell phone up and he sings into the phone.

A fan requests 'Lukin,' and Ed says he can't. Ed asks if he wants to sing it I'll think about it. You just stay where you are. The longest crowd speech is Ed's discussion about a story that ran on the front page of the newspaper about how spam on cell phones is a major problem and a story about how 44 soldiers were killed in the Middle East in the last two months was on page He says we need to stick to what is important and we need to bring our soldiers home safely and soon; we can get to the cell phone shit later, leading to 'Better Man.

I dunno how special he is. At the top of the second encore, Ed asks, "Has it been five years? A fan wearing a Wellstone bumper sticker Senator Paul Wellstone who was killed in a plane crash last October and was one of the most outspoken senators against Bush's policies and stood up for the underprivileged is noticed and at the start of 'Bushleaguer,' Ed says, "Where's Wellstone when you need him?

Encore setlist played is quite different than indicated on the written setlist. Ed thanks the crowd for filling the arena and speaks of the basketball stars and The Who playing there Before 'Corduroy," Ed talks about surfing last December and getting the "picture perfect" wave and thinking "Wow, this is pretty good for a kid from Chicago," and that he is proud to be playing in Chicago.

He commends Chicago for "really good singing" during 'Better Man' and says you "could almost feel the pain. Jeff has the standup bass out and the whole fan club section goes wild as soon as Ed hits the first note of 'Sometimes.

He holds his hand up, laughing, as if to say "Yes, that was me that fucked up. Soothing 'Daughter' tag: "Hush my baby, don't you cry. Sing yourself your own lullaby. Hush my angel, go to sleep. You have your own soul to keep. Ed says they want to make sure the show is longer than the drive for those who came from Chicago and anywhere else while 'Elderly Woman' is for those who didn't have to drive far.

Ed holds back the band and has them repeat the final "hearts and thoughts" to let the crowd continue singing along. Introduced as the "president's favorite song," 'Glorified G' is a big crowd pleaser and has modified lyrics: "Got an army; in fact I've got two.

That's OK man 'cause I love money. He reminds people about voting and to "stand up and be counted," leading to 'DTE,' which includes "Admire me, admire my home, admire my son, he looks like Stone. He begins speaking about voting and being active and goes off on a big tirade: "Power to the people man The real people, the people that work, not the people that sit in their towers, and try to run the whole thing, thinking that we're too stupid to notice what they're doing!

They get us in our little holes, and our boxes, and our cages and they show us American Idol and American Gladiators and American And everyone watches with baited breath. Oh, who's going to get a blowjob tonight? What American's going to get a blowjob tonight? When in reality, you could be getting one yourself instead of watching the fucking TV, I don't know.

I digress. I'm going to get a guitar. But we were just talking in the back, and we were thinking that maybe uh, on the strength of a night like this, and uh, really, uh, so you understand how much we appreciate it, we were thinking that instead of uh, waiting 2 years or even, uh, after we finish the next record, maybe just next summer, we could come back and play, just a few places that we've been to and this would be one of them.

And hopefully even in a year, the world will be a little more straightened out. Ed calmly shoos away security and lets the guy mumble a couple of things including "God bless Eddie Vedder" into the mic and Ed he dances a bit with the man, then spins him off into the arms of the security.

The the conclusion, he says "Boom Gaspar," to big cheers, "and some drunk idiot! Kerry Wood from the Cubs was there and Ed got mixed up and thought it was him for a second and Ed goes to Kerry's side of the stage and laughs with him. With the house lights up, 'Baba' seems to be the show closer with Ed tossing tambourines to Kerry Wood and others, but after Ed says the goodnights, Mike stays onstage with guitar leading to a brief huddle and the 'YL' close, Mike adding a nice 'Little Wing' tag.

Great intensity, beautiful night, awesome crowd with Ed obviously feeling better and the band rested, ready to play and having fun after a two-day break. If you are seaching for any particular artist, and don't want to wait our repost, this is the place for you. Tuesday, August 9, All four five if you include Matt post-Garden of course later Pearl Jam.

Exclusive Access. To The Edge Free Search Engine for 4shared. A Pearl Jam Bootleg Archive. This is one of many variations of this released by various radio stations across the country, this was issued in cardboard sleeves. The Secret of Steel Wer kann mir helfen? It is notable as it features Neil Young helping out the band, recorded when Young was making his Mirror Ball album with the group.

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Crowley compared it to "a heavy Russian helicopter. Nolan wanted to avoid making the robots anthropomorphic and chose a 1. The director said: "It has a very complicated design philosophy.

It's based on mathematics. You've got four main blocks and they can be joined in three ways. So you have three combinations you follow.

But then within that, it subdivides into a further three joints. And all the places we see lines—those can subdivide further. So you can unfold a finger, essentially, but it's all proportional. O'Neill in Gregg Landaker and Gary Rizzo were the film's audio engineers tasked with audio mixing , while sound editor Richard King supervised the process. Nolan chose not to provide Zimmer with a script or any plot details for writing the film's music, but instead gave the composer a single page that told the story of a father leaving his child for work.

It was through this connection that Zimmer created the early stages of the Interstellar soundtrack. The soundtrack was released on November 18, The visual effects company Double Negative , which worked on Inception , was brought back for Interstellar. However, for Interstellar they created the effects first, allowing digital projectors to display them behind the actors, rather than having the actors perform in front of green screens. Of those, were presented in IMAX, while the rest were anamorphic.

The Ranger, Endurance , and Lander spacecraft were created using miniature effects by Nathan Crowley in collaboration with effects company New Deal Studios, as opposed to using computer generated imagery, as Nolan felt they offered the best way to give the ships a tangible presence in space. The models were then attached to a six-axis gimbal on a motion control system that allowed an operator to manipulate their movements, which were filmed against background plates of space using VistaVision cameras on a smaller motion control rig.

The director was influenced by what he called "key touchstones" of science fiction cinema, including Metropolis , A Space Odyssey , Blade Runner , [50] Star Wars and Alien He screened The Right Stuff for the crew before production, [6] following in its example by capturing reflections on the Interstellar astronauts' visors.

For further inspiration, the director invited former astronaut Marsha Ivins to the set. Regarding the concepts of wormholes and black holes, Kip Thorne stated that he "worked on the equations that would enable tracing of light rays as they traveled through a wormhole or around a black hole—so what you see is based on Einstein 's general relativity equations. Second, that all the wild speculations Astrobiologist David Grinspoon criticized the dire "blight" situation on Earth portrayed in the early scenes, pointing out that even with a voracious blight it would have taken millions of years to reduce the atmosphere's oxygen content.

He also notes that gravity should have pulled down the ice clouds. To create the visual effects for the wormhole and a rotating , supermassive black hole possessing an ergosphere , as opposed to a non-rotating black hole , Thorne collaborated with Franklin and a team of 30 people at Double Negative , providing pages of deeply sourced theoretical equations to the engineers, who then wrote new CGI rendering software based on these equations to create accurate simulations of the gravitational lensing caused by these phenomena.

Some individual frames took up to hours to render, totaling terabytes of data. Christopher Nolan was initially concerned that a scientifically accurate depiction of a black hole would not be visually comprehensible to an audience, and would require the effects team to unrealistically alter its appearance.

The visual representation of the black hole in the film does not account for the Doppler effect which, when added by the visual effects team, resulted in an asymmetrically lit black and blue-black hole, the purpose of which Nolan thought the audience would not understand. As a result, it was omitted in the finished product.

According to Space. Rather than a two-dimensional hole in space, it is depicted as a sphere, showing a distorted view of the target galaxy. The teaser trailer for Interstellar debuted December 13 , , and featured clips related to space exploration , accompanied by a voiceover by Matthew McConaughey's character Coop. For the week ending May 19 , it was the most-viewed film trailer, with over That same month, Paramount Pictures launched an interactive website, on which users uncovered a star chart related to the Apollo 11 moon landing.

In October , Paramount partnered with Google to promote Interstellar across multiple platforms. Paramount provided a virtual reality walkthrough of the Endurance spacecraft using Oculus Rift technology. The comic is a prequel to the film, with Mann as the protagonist.

The film's wide release expanded to theaters that showed it digitally. Interstellar was an exception to Paramount Pictures' goal to stop releasing films on film stock and to distribute them only in digital format.

Interstellar was released on home video on March 31, , in both the United Kingdom and United States. It topped the box office outside North America for two consecutive weekends before being overtaken by The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1 in its third weekend.

The website's critics consensus reads, " Interstellar represents more of the thrilling, thought-provoking, and visually resplendent filmmaking moviegoers have come to expect from writer-director Christopher Nolan, even if its intellectual reach somewhat exceeds its grasp. Scott Foundas, chief film critic at Variety , said that Interstellar is "as visually and conceptually audacious as anything Nolan has yet done" and considered the film "more personal" than Nolan's previous films.

Conversely, co-host Margaret Pomeranz rated the film three out of five, as she felt the human drama got lost among the film's scientific concepts. It is by turns edgy, breathtaking, hopeful, and heartbreaking. Oliver Gettell of the Los Angeles Times reported that "film critics largely agree that Interstellar is an entertaining, emotional, and thought-provoking sci-fi saga, even if it can also be clunky and sentimental at times. Describing Nolan as a "merchant of awe," Tim Robey of The Telegraph thought that Interstellar was "agonisingly" close to a masterpiece, highlighting the conceptual boldness and "deep-digging intelligence" of the film.

At times, the movie's one-stop-shopping storytelling evokes the tough-tender spirit of a John Ford picture, The New York Times columnist David Brooks concludes that Interstellar explores the relationships among "science and faith and science and the humanities" and "illustrates the real symbiosis between these realms. Martin called Interstellar "the most ambitious and challenging science fiction film since Kubrick's From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Redirected from Interstellar film. This article is about the film. For Interstellar space, see Outer space. For other articles using the term Interstellar, see Interstellar disambiguation. Theatrical release poster. Jonathan Nolan Christopher Nolan. Paramount Pictures Warner Bros. Pictures International. Release date. Running time. United States [2] United Kingdom [2].

The Endurance spacecraft left is based on the International Space Station right. Main article: Interstellar soundtrack. Even the elements, the fact that dust is everywhere, and they're living in this dust bowl that is just completely enveloping this area of the world. That's almost something you expect from Tarkovsky or Malick , not a science fiction adventure movie. Main article: List of accolades received by Interstellar.

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