A shot from the video to Hunger Strike from
The show took place on Jan 30th, here is some coverage:
TICKETS AND SETLIST
Sonic Evolution Setlist:
Con Seattle Symphony:
1.- “Ashes” (de Yann Robin, inspirado en Kurt Cobain)
2.- “Beyond Much Difference” (de Angelique Poteat, inspirado en Pearl Jam)
3.- Mike McCready y Matt Cameron – “Walking the Horizon”
– INTERMEDIO –
Seattle Symphony con Mad Season:
4.- Long Gone Day
5.- River of Deceit
6.- I Don’t Know Anything
Mad Season sin Seattle Symphony:
7.- Wake Up (con Matt Cameron y Kim Virant)
8.- Lifeless Dead (con Jeff Angell)
9.- I’m Above (con Jeff Angell y Kim Virant)
Temple Of The Dog:
10.- Call Me A Dog
11.- Reach Down
12.- All Alone (con Sean Kinney y voz grabada de Layne Staley)
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Playlist on YouTube
Very rare footage from the famous photoshoot.
‘In this video edition of Chad Smith’s interview series, the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer sits down with his old friend, Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard, to talk about their early days on tour together, their attempts to form a “jazz odyssey” band, producers Rick Rubin and Brendan O’Brien, and a whole lot more.’
We wrap up #TenWeek today.
(#NoCode Week runs through Wednesday.)
The Beatles song, “I’ve Got a Feeling” was frequently covered by Mookie Blaylock and Pearl Jam during their early days. It was recorded in early Mookie sessions, and was included on the first “Alive” promotional CD released by the band. “I’ve Got A Feeling” was featured as an extra track on the Japanese release of Ten.
Here’s part of a December 1991, interview with Eddie and Stone by Houston’s KLOL radio station:
INTERVIEWER: The first promotional release that came out from Pearl Jam was a 3-song CD that included “Alive” and also a cover of a Beatles song, “I’ve Got a Feeling”. Is there any particular reason why you chose to cover that song?
STONE: I think it was Jeff’s idea to cover that song. I think it was one of his favorite songs as a kid and I think that it just felt like the right kind of song for this band to do. And I don’t think that we ever actually really learned it. I think you can tell by listening to it. [laughter] And that’s the way we like it.
Eddie: I think the first week we were playing, too…that was recorded really early in our young career as this band and I think it was that album, the Abbey Road record, that’s how it felt when we were playing. It was just this loose kind of thing and if you listen to that record, it was pretty amazing the way everyone was playing together, even though it was the first to time.
[They play I’ve Got a Feeling]
INTERVIEWER: I asked Stone Gossard about his working relationship with long-time musical partner, Jeff Ament.
STONE: Yeah, we have an interesting dynamic in our relationship that’s, for some reason, we work together pretty well, I think.
EDDIE: Even though they don’t speak to one another.
STONE: [laughs] We don’t actually speak…
EDDIE: It’s all done through music and then of course they have their ‘people’. So Stone’s people will talk to Jeff’s people and …
STONE: Well, it’s strange because I think, generally, I don’t think me and Jeff would be two people that would just hang out together if we weren’t playing music together. I think we’d be friends and stuff but we wouldn’t… But it’s because we’re so opposite in a lot of different ways as far as just general personalities…something about it works. We’ve had this relationship and it’s continued and we just… I think we’ve both really grown to appreciate it and into seeing it through.
London Bridge Studio Week
Mother Love Bone’s EP Shine was recorded in November 1988, at London Bridge Studios in Seattle, with producer Mark Dearnley at the helm. It was released on March 20, 1989, and the entire EP was later reissued on the Mother Love Bone (Stardog Champion) compilation album in 1992, with the exception of the hidden track “Zanzibar” which can only be found on this EP.
The music writing credits go to Jeff Ament, Bruce Fairweather, Greg Gilmore, Stone Gossard, and Andrew Wood. Lyric credits are Andrew Wood’s.