By Whitney Pastorek
Updated April 21, 2010 at 05:11 PM EDT

Conan O’Brien’s “Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on TV” tour swung through Seattle last night, and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam (who were Conan’s first Tonight Show musical guests) stopped by for a three-song set of emotional essentials. There was inspiration in “Rise Up,” from the Into the Wild soundtrack. There was love via the John Lennon-inspired “Oh Coco.” And there was fight-the-man passion, as Vedder closed the set slamming tambourines into the Who’s “Baba O’Riley,” with guitarist Mike McCready in tow, and the Legally Prohibited Band (formerly the Max Weinberg 7) in full force. Never knew that song was missing a horn section until this morning. Anyway, watch ’em all embedded after the jump and weigh in. As my co-worker Leah Greenblatt might ask, is this amazeballs? (Note: Conan sure thought so, which is more or less all that matters these days. Oh, Coco!)

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