Sunday, November 20, 2011

Ten Live

This is live compilation of the debut Pearl Jam album - Ten - and it's numerous outtakes. Great energy, long jams and mad crowd - it makes Ten Live sound very different. Feel the power of young Eddie's voice on old good Release, Jeremy and Garden, listen to the first ever performance of Mammason Trilogy mini-opera in 1992 Zurich with Eddie's introduction (in full-stereo quality). Enjoy improvisational jams on Porch and Even Flow. For part 2 I have selected debute live performance of Brother (with lyrics), very obscure Let Me Sleep (played once in 1994 Mountain View), couple of MTV Unplugged full-acoustic songs and more good live songs.

Updated (2011-02-11) to ver. 1.02: Replaced "Wash".
Updated (2012-12-03) to ver. 1.03: Replaced "Porch".

Part 1:
  1. Oceans
  2. Why Go
  3. Black
  4. Alive (I'm Not Crazy) (from Mammason Trilogy)
  5. Once (from Mammason Trilogy)
  6. Footsteps (from Mammason Trilogy)
  7. Even Flow
  8. Jeremy
  9. Porch
  10. Deep
  11. Garden
  12. Release
Part 2:
  1. Wash
  2. Breath
  3. Brother
  4. State Of Love And Trust
  5. Alone
  6. Hold On
  7. Jeremy (MTV Unplugged)
  8. Porch (MTV Unplugged)
  9. Let Me Sleep
  10. Dirty Frank
  11. Yellow Ledbetter (Little Wing) (Star-Spangled Banner)

Download part 1 (yandex)

Download part 2 (yandex)


  1. I've downloaded this one some while ago and today I've decided (finally) to edit metadata the way I keep it and realize that location of Jeremy performance is missing. If it's not a problem, can you send me an info about that.

    I also want to thank you for this compilations, they've been very refreshing to me. That is because, even thou I prefer listening to whole shows, sometimes live compilations fits better.

    Take care, stay ALIVE!
    ('cos we expect more of this from you),

  2. GoghBGD, all I can say is that this Jeremy is a very good, maybe the best early version. I found it some years ago, when I've only started my compilations, so I don't remember. It's in "true stereo", so today I tried to listen to every soundboard or broadcast bootleg from 92-93, but have not found this Jeremy. This is a mystery to me.

  3. OK, Mike. Thanks a lot for trying. If I somehow find out that I won't forget to forward it to you.