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Price may vary by retailer. This book allowed me to relive that moment, and my massive teenage disappointment at not being able to see that concert. More videos Your First Name. Sort order. It was interesting to read about some of the efforts made to support other bands and amazing to think of how easy it would have been to do so today via social media. As is the band themselves.
The PJ guys as depicted here are driven musicians full of sensitivity whose ambivalence about success isn't an affectation. Since the band seems to be enjoying a resurgence I think we'll be treated to a good deal more PJ music, but this is as definitive a portrait of Pearl Jam as we're likely to get.
Highly recommended. Jun 30, Laurel Kane marked it as to-read. Just pre-ordered this on Amazon! No album has ever affected me the way it did and I'm sure no album ever will. Can't wait for this and Cameron Crowe's accompanying documentary! Jan 02, Brian O'Leary rated it really liked it.
A must read for any die hard Pearl Jam fan like myself. I can't wait to see the Cameron Crowe documentary. This is without a doubt the most illuminating book I have ever read on a band Well other books about bands and musicians are usually written by some one else - often someone who was never connected to the band in any way.
Pearl Jam 20 was written by the guys who lived every moment of the past 20 years as a part of one of the greatest living bands in rock 'n roll. Within the covers of this book are accounts of the moments of greatest succ I can't wait to see the Cameron Crowe documentary. Within the covers of this book are accounts of the moments of greatest success, and greatest failures; the unprecedented battle with TicketMaster; the feud with Kurt Cobain, and a touching testimonial of news of Cobain's death; the exhilarating creative freedom of breaking with their major label; and a future that seems certain to continue Pearl Jam's journey into rock 'n roll immortality.
View 1 comment. Jun 17, Rossrn Nunamaker rated it really liked it Shelves: My wife and daughters got this for me for Father's Day, awesome gift and I really enjoyed it. I'm not a fan club member and haven't seen them in concert, but am a fan.
The movie was great and I've got the studio albums, plus Lost Dogs and several concert compilations. Imagine this is mostly for fans, and really if you're Gen X, who isn't? The band released Ten when I was in college and I have to say that this book gave a well done, year by year, review of key moments in their history.
It is not as My wife and daughters got this for me for Father's Day, awesome gift and I really enjoyed it. It is not as broad or deep or as controversial as Hammer of the Gods, but it provided great insight into the band and individuals who made it. It was interesting to read about some of the efforts made to support other bands and amazing to think of how easy it would have been to do so today via social media.
Oct 06, Kristin rated it it was ok Shelves: Started skimming this once I got to This is exhaustive and yet superficial at the same time. If you're looking for protracted commentary about certain incidents, songs or events you're not going to get it in this book.
It's very authorized in the sense that little is said that's raw. Compared to a bio like Please Kill Me oral history of punk , which wasn't even that great, you get little detail on nitty-gritty stuff. The pictures are neat, but it's not necessary to do such a play-by-play Started skimming this once I got to The pictures are neat, but it's not necessary to do such a play-by-play on events that aren't that important.
Nice to go back in time on this one though. At one time Pearl Jam was really important and so was this kind of music, so it was nice to revisit that feeling even if I no longer listen to Pearl Jam at all. Feb 20, Melissa Lee-Tammeus rated it really liked it Shelves: Saw the movie - had to see the book, of course. This is a must have for any true Pearl Jam fan.
It goes through every day as a journal montage of any significant event that has happened in the last 20 years to this band, including separate projects by each band member.
It even has a picture of Ed's first paycheck with the record label. Very cool - I loved flipping through and "remembering when. Nov 06, Megan rated it really liked it Shelves: Given that Pearl Jam's such a private band, it's great to see an authorised biography and so many rare pictures from the past 20 years.
I'm a Pearl Jam nut so there's not all that much information in there that I didn't already know, so I tended to skim read it. My only disappointment is that there didn't seem to be any mention of the 6 Adelaide Concerts anywhere within the book They were such monumentious occasions for me that it would've been nice for at least one of them to have been given Given that Pearl Jam's such a private band, it's great to see an authorised biography and so many rare pictures from the past 20 years.
They were such monumentious occasions for me that it would've been nice for at least one of them to have been given a mention in the band's memoirs when some cities got multiple mentions.
Oh well! The combination of the photographs, art work, blurbs, essays make a great coffee table book.
I never thought I would say such a thing, but even Pearl Jam is getting older, hence the 20 year celebration. It was a trip down memory lane, and easy on the eye.
It will be cool for house guests to look through while drinking a beer, or three. Nov 05, Anna rated it really liked it Shelves: It's about the kind of clear-eyed spirit that comes from believing in people and music and its power to change a shitty day into a great one, or looking at an injustice and feeling less alone about facing it.
It's nice to be able to share our art with people, and that's a rare opportunity. Dec 22, Audrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: There's so so so much PJ goodness here.
Photos, interviews, set lists. This definitely isn't a book you can sit down and consume all at once. It's better to take your time Pearl Jam has been one of the few bands that I've consistently listened to for the last 20 years, so recounting this journey feels like walking through my own history. If you're a fan, I think you need this book. I saw the movie and loved it. This book has so many more interviews and tour stories though. I could not put it down,loved every page, and most of all it solidifies my opinion that Pearl Jam is the greatest band of my lifetime.
Beautiful book. Nice, big pictures that follow the evolution of a great band over the last 20 years. Jun 04, Fairy Hassan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Great book, awesome candids, arts and tons of great pictures.
Fantastic gift for PJ fan favouriteband. View 2 comments. Oct 25, Bill rated it really liked it. What can I say I love Pearl Jam. Not sure if non-fans would get much from this. But for a fan it is a treasure trove of delights. Jul 31, Palsay rated it it was amazing.
Masih teringat betapa menyenangkannya nonton bareng film PJ 20 di Blitz Epicentrum. I miss jamily so much Jun 17, Brooke rated it it was ok. This is a ridiculously detailed log of Pearl Jam's first 20 years. I really enjoyed the beginning of the book, reading about how the band came together. I am a huge Pearl Jam fan, but I know next to nothing about the history of the band. This book is heavy. I don't mean in the "whoa, man" sense.
It weighs 3. I weighed i This is a ridiculously detailed log of Pearl Jam's first 20 years. I weighed it. The glossier and higher quality you go, your book gains weight, the shipping costs grow astronomically, etc. But this paper quality is so poor, and the book is so heavy with design, both in photos and images printed behind text, that the photos are grainy at best and sometimes the text is very hard to read.
Also, I don't need a day by day description of everything Pearl Jam did. Band records XX song for the first time. The book is marketed as being written by Pearl Jam, but there is not a lot of thought from the band members.
I need this book to be edited heavily, more personal interviews with band members, and printed on nicer papers. Oh, and captions on the photos. All the captions are in an appendix in the back.
Totally inconvenient. This is quite a walk through the history of Pearl Jam. Well done. Feb 05, Adam Richter rated it really liked it. This is one of those obligatory coffee-table books that you purchase if you are a fan of a band; whether or not you read it is immaterial. That said, I used to just page through this looking for interesting tidbits, but after owning it for several years I finally decided to treat it like one should treat a book, coffee-table or no, and read the damn thing.
I found it unexpectedly satisfying. The book was a comprehensive history of the band's origins, trials and successes, and I found it enjoyabl This is one of those obligatory coffee-table books that you purchase if you are a fan of a band; whether or not you read it is immaterial. The book was a comprehensive history of the band's origins, trials and successes, and I found it enjoyable to do a deep dive into the back story of some of my favorite records. My first favorite bands were The Beatles, the Who and The Clash, groups that had broken up well before I started liking music.
Pearl Jam is a band that I started to like in my early 20s and it always amazed me that they've stuck around into my mids. This book helps explain why they have that staying power. If you're not a fan, you might come away unconvinced. But if you're not a fan, you have better things to spend your money or your time on than a coffee-table book of a band you don't like. This, to quote the song from "Vitalogy," is not for you.
Nov 02, Dr. If punk equaled Black Sabbath, then did anything really change? They seem to genuinely care about their massive fan base and anyone who worships at the Temple of the Who like Eddie Vedder at least has his heart in the right place.
Hey Ed, instead of trying to make some sort of grand political or social statement, why not try writing a really good song, plugging in, turning up, standing tall, and singing into the light? The rest should take care of itself. Oct 30, E. I loved this book. I'd take some time every day to read another chapter or two and it was as satisfying and pleasurable as sitting down in a favourite chair with a glass of good red and a box of dark chocolates.
My brain likes to put things in chronological order, so the year by year format was welcome even though the photos are mostly all over the place. Then, at the height of their popularity, the band shunned the spotlight, refusing to shoot videos or do interviews.
Twenty years later, this is their story. Pearl Jam is an American rock band that formed in Seattle, Washington, in Since its inception, the band has sold more than 30 million records in the US and an estimated 60 million worldwide. Throughout its career, Pearl Jam has been recognized globally for its deep commitment to social justice. Attests to their unwavering connection to their music and their ability to prevent fame from overshadowing art.
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