Friday, April 29, 2011

Pearl Jam, video preview of the film documentary of the 20 th anniversary

Before Pearl Jam Mookie Blaylock were called and this and other stories are going to have Pearl Jam in his next film documentary on its 20 th anniversary. Two decades and soldiering as long without selling to large corporations and multinationals, something that honors them as a band, Pearl Jam Twenty likely be published in September and was directed by filmmaker and friend of the band Cameron Crowe, same as signed in 1992 the movie Singles, a film set in Seattle and that apart from Chris Cornell of Soundgarden appeared cameos by Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament and Eddie Vedder, Pearl Jam all components, as members of Citizen Dick, the band grunge of the protagonist, played by Matt Dillon.

The documentary is a chronicle of these first twenty years of the band and in it we find interviews, rare footage, live performances and even a scene in the days before Pearl Jam, when they called Mookie Blaylock, specifically an outlet in San Diego where they played in the Bacchanal Theatre with Alice In Chains, whose lead singer, Layne Staley, we can see a poster signing his debut album Facelift, and in which the group is talking about changing its name to Pearl Jam.

Pearl Jam, which have been reissued in recent months, his debut album, Ten, and the following, Vs and Vitalogy, are eager to get to work on a new album, which would like to have ready for early 2012, at least it appears from a statement by Jeff Ament The Pulse Of Radio. Meanwhile, we conform to Ukulele Songs, the Eddie Vedder album of which I spoke yesterday, and this documentary film.

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