Wednesday, October 14, 2015

2011 Covers Compilation

In 2011 at PJ20 festival Pearl Jam played some rarest songs from their Temple Of The Dog tribute. "It Happened Today" is R.E.M. song from their last and final album and Pearl Jam performed it at the sad date of R.E.M. cancellation announcement.
  1. Stardog Champion  (Temple Of The Dog cover)
  2. Say Hello 2 Heaven  (Temple Of The Dog cover)
  3. Call Me A Dog  (Temple Of The Dog cover)
  4. All Night Thing  (Temple Of The Dog cover)
  5. Reach Down  (Temple Of The Dog cover)
  6. Hunger Strike  (Temple Of The Dog cover)
  7. Mother  (Pink Floyd cover)
  8. It Happened Today  (R.E.M. cover)
  9. I Remember You  (Ramones cover)
  10. Chloe Dancer + Crown Of Thorns (Mother Love Bone cover)
  11. Search And Destroy  (The Stooges cover)

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Thursday, August 6, 2015

2011 South American Tour Compilation

In 2011 Pearl Jam visited more new countries in South America: Peru and Costa Rica. All shows were sold-out and the band enjoed even greater support than in 2005. 'Ole' chant after "Black" in Buenos Aires was the longest and loudest ever in the history of Pearl Jam live shows, and Eddie had to say that next time the band would pay instead of spectators.
  1. Unthought Known
  2. Wishlist
  3. World Wide Suicide
  4. You Are
  5. Daughter (It's Ok)
  6. Black (chant)
  7. Better Man (I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend)
  8. Mother
  9. Yellow Ledbetter

Sunday, July 19, 2015

No Code Live

No Code sounds really different live. There is plenty of alterations in songs. In My Tree is "Spanish-like" hugely reworked intense 2006 version with short Boom Gaspar's improv solo in the middle. Off He Goes live is now always played with Mike's multiple solos. Lukin is powered with loud audience vocal help and there is a special slow performance (Lukin II) placed in bonus. Red Mosquito is performed with Ben Harper on lap steel guitar. Also it's always not easy to choose the best version of Long Road because many fine performances are plagued with Eddie's vocal difficulties. I selected this version (from 2005 Porto Alegre, Brazil), because I really love how it sounds with Stone tuning his guitar softer. I Got Id is great old version with different solo from Mike that can't be rivaled by modern performances.
  1. Sometimes
  2. Hail, Hail
  3. Who You Are
  4. In My Tree
  5. Smile
  6. Off He Goes
  7. I'm Open
  8. Lukin
  9. Red Mosquito (with Ben Harper on lap steel guitar)
  10. Present Tense
  11. Mankind
  12. Habit
  13. Around The Bend
  14. Long Road
  15. Lukin II
  16. All Night
  17. Black Red Yellow
  18. Don't Gimme No Lip
  19. I Got Id
  20. Dead Man
Updated to ver. 1.02 (2012-12-14): "I'm Open" is now from 2006 Chicago, "Present Tense" with longer outro is from 2006 Toronto, some minor tweaks.
Updated to ver. 1.04 (2015-07-20): Replaced "Hail Hail", "Mankind" and "Habit", reworked all tags.

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

2011 Canadian Tour Compilation

After PJ20 Festival Pearl Jam embarked on a World tour starting it with Canadian shows. They presented live all new song "Ole" and never played before "In The Moonlight" from Binaural sessions. The R.E.M. song "It Happened Today" was dedicated to this magnificent rock band and was performed on a day when R.E.M. announced it's break up, 'calling it a day as a band'. On the other hand, a moment of fun is "Running Back To Saskatoon" song played in Saskatoon and represented in two takes as Eddie forgot the chorus and restarted the song later in that show with the help of the local fan Brian as a lead vocalist. "Rockin' In The Free World" is the longest variant performed in Toronto with the surprise appearance of Neil Young with Mike McCready's guitar jamming on and on and on.
  1. Ole
  2. Last Exit
  3. Down
  4. Improv (Go Jets go!)
  5. In The Moonlight
  6. Running Back To Saskatoon (Failed attempt)
  7. (Improv) Comatose
  8. Search And Destroy
  9. Alive
  10. Running Back To Saskatoon (with Brian)
  11. Bee Girl
  12. Improv (Alpine Valley song)
  13. It Happened Today
  14. I Remember You
  15. Chloe Dancer + Crown Of Thorns
  16. Rockin' In The Free World

Monday, April 13, 2015

Yield Live

Yield is one of the best Pearl Jam albums. Songs from Yield are often played live, and in 2013 Milwaukee the band performed the whole album live in it's entity. "Leatherman" and "U" are really nice outtakes.

This is an updated live compilation (2015-04-12), major update: some songs replaced, almost all files reworked, new tags added.
  1. Intro (Red Dot)*
  2. Brain Of J.
  3. Faithfull
  4. Wishlist (Why Can't I Touch It?)
  5. Given To Fly
  6. Do The Evolution
  7. Push Me, Pull Me
  8. No Way
  9. Pilate
  10. Untitled
  11. MFC
  12. In Hiding
  13. Low Light
  14. All Those Yesterdays
  15. Leatherman
  16. U
* - taken from audience recording

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Friday, February 27, 2015

The Smashing Pumpkins Live

On the tour of 1998 supporting their magnificent and controversial album "Adore" The Smashing Pumpkins enjoyed the most expansive line-up in their history. The tour was entitled "An Evening with The Smashing Pumpkins" and the line-up was: Billy Corgan (lead vocals, guitar), James Iha (guitar), D'arcy Wretzky (bass guitar), Kenny Aronoff (drums), Steven Hodges (percussion) and David Bowie's pianist Mike Garson playing great piano imrovs which had become the most special moments of the tour. Show at Atlanta was packed with altered and rearranged songs and improvs, and considered as one of the most special and amazing Smashing Pumpkins live performances.

Set: To Sheila (7:13), Behold The Nightmare (5:17), Pug (5:12), Crestfallen (4:31), Ava Adore (5:35), Tear (9:56), Annie-Dog (4:25), Perfect (3:35), Thru The Eyes Of Ruby (10:13), Tonight Tonight (4:19), Once Upon A Time (4:35), The Tale Of Dusty And Pistol Pete (4:40), Bullet With Butterfly Wings (11:12), Shame (9:15), For Martha (8:26), Blank Page (9:46), Transmission (25:52)

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Monday, February 9, 2015

Grammy for Lightning Bolt!

Pearl Jam has won 2015 Grammy Award for best recording packaging of their Lightning Bolt album! This is Pearl Jam's second Grammy, after "Spin The Black Circle" won it in 1996 for best hard-rock performance.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

2011 Australian Tour Compilation

Best songs from 2011 Australian tour as mp3 audio
  1. Can't Keep
  2. Parting Ways
  3. Unthought Known
  4. One Country
  5. You Can Close Your Eyes
  6. Behind Blue Eyes
  7. My City Of Ruins
  8. Immortality
  9. Santa Cruz
  10. Better Days