Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Eddie Vedder lets us see the cover of Ukulele Songs

Eddie Vedder just show us the cover of his new solo album, Ukulele Songs, a work featuring original songs and versions will go on sale May 31 via Monkeywrench Records, which we told you that he would participate Chan Marshal , aka Cat Power, and Glen Hansard of The Swell Season. And the cover invites to investigate this second full length of the leader of Pearl Jam.

This is an image of a work of deCaires Jason Taylor, a sculptural artist who specializes in underwater sculpture design. The piece in question is called The Lost Correspondent. And as every piece has a story behind explained by its author to your site: Interesting, no? Something that fits perfectly with the philosophy of life of Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam, whose fans are still deciphering the hidden messages on the cover of Backspacer.

The disc Ukulele Songs, Ukulele Songs is not as discussed at the time, and as its title indicates, is an experiment only worked with Eddie Vedder vocals and the small stringed instrument that looks like it has become fashionable in recent times. In his day Gallego and introduced us' You're True 'and then filtered directly into an outlet on' Tonight You Belong to Me ', which in its original version is a duet with Cat Power, and a very sensitive issue entitled' Without You ', plus' Sleeping by Myself "and a brand new review of 'You Can Close Your Eyes' by James Taylor.

But the single is the delicious 'Longing To Belong', you can hear above.

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