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Mad Season Featuring Layne Staley of Alice in Chains

I had no idea that Mad Season featured Layne Staley of Alice in Chains until I watched a documentary about Pearl Jam. Many of the songs on this one and only album feature a side of Staley I’ve never heard before.

Cool Stuff

O SOM DE SEXTA - DO THE EVOLUTION (PEARL JAM)

Os que me conhecem – e muito poucos se dão a me conhecer em vias de fato incluindo a mim mesmo – bem sabem que não sou nada eclético para música!! 286 more words

Política E Sociedade

The 25th Anniversary Edition 1990 Version: Music

Welcome back the 25th Anniversary Edition. This is the second year in a series where we highlight the 25th anniversary of some of our favorite things. 456 more words

Pop Culture

Fifteen Years Later, How The Roskilde Tragedy Changed Pearl Jam Forever

Lost nine friends we’ll never know…
— Pearl Jam, “Love Boat Captain”

It had been raining. The festival grounds of the Roskilde Festival in the sleepy farm town of Roskilde, Denmark were soaked. 1,200 more words

Music

Tuesday Tunes - "Parting Ways" by Pearl Jam

Lately, I’ve been listening quite a bit to Pearl Jam’s Binaural (2000). I feel it’s their most underappreciated album, and this week I’ve chosen my favorite track, “Parting Ways.” Several songs on the album use binaural recording techniques, which is the use of two microphones to create a “3D” sound. 213 more words

Music

The 2000 Incident: Tragedy at Roskilde.

The first ever staging of the Roskilde Festival near Copenhagen, on the island of Zealand, Demark, was in 1971. It had progressively grown from humble beginnings to be one of Northern Europe’s biggest musical festivals. 789 more words

History

roberthorvat reblogged this on If It Happened Yesterday, It's History and commented:

Today is the fifteenth anniversary of the Roskilde concert tragedy. Nine concertgoers were tragically killed and another thirty injured during Pearl Jam's performance at Roskilde. The tragedy shook the festival to its core including the band. This is the article I wrote last year in commemoration of the tragedy. I thought it fitting that we revisit it again this year.