Today, we continue the live music theme from Part 5 with more inside details about the 1992 “Drop in the Park” show included on the 4-LP Vinyl Edition release. Bassist Jeff Ament tells the story of how the show was planned, followed by a clip of their live take on the TEN classic “Alive.”
Today’s Pearl Jam Ten Code episode goes back to the 1991 Eddie Vedder interview and his thoughts on stage diving and other antics he frequently performed on stage back then. It’s interesting to hear his perspective back then on how he didn’t plan to keep doing those things once fans became more familiar with their songs. We then launch into a high energy live performance from the TEN tour of “State of Love and Trust” from the 1992 “Drop in the Park” show featured in the 4-LP Vinyl Edition release.
Legacy Podcasts salutes the 40th anniversary of Monty Python’s Flying Circus with “The Gazillionth (or so) Monty Python Podcast” hosted by their biggest fan in cable news – MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann.
March is John Philip Sousa’s favorite month, and 23 is a lucky number inspired by the recent news of Python’s 23,000% DVD sales increase due to youtube. Therefore, our four-part podcast series will launch on Monday, March 23.
The series features clips of their sketches and musical pieces they recorded for their string of classic albums that brought their comedy empire beyond TV and film to the most enduring entertainment device of them all – the turntable. You’ll also hear interviews with cast members Eric Idle, John Cleese, and Terry Jones, plus Carol Cleveland and many others.
We know you can’t wait until Monday so here’s Keith Olbermann (aka K-Dog) with a preview of what you’ll hear.
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Update: Holy hand grenade shuts down London pub. You can’t make this stuff up.
Bassist Jeff Ament speaks today about his role as art director of both the original release and the new reissue. He’s very excited about many of the new packaging elements in this new release, as well as Brendan O’Brien’s new remixes, like the new version of “Once” heard in this episode.
Today’s Pearl Jam podcast kicks off with Eddie Vedder from a 1991 interview, discussing what influenced him to write the song, “Jeremy,” as well as that classic song as they performed on MTV Unplugged in 1992.
In today’s Ten Code episode, we hear from TEN producer Brendan O’Brien, who came back to remix all the original album tracks for a bonus disc in this reissue. You’ll also hear a clip of “Why Go” – a great example of the more in-your-face sound O’Brien sought for these remixes.
Welcome to The Ten Code – a 10 part series with the inside story of Pearl Jam’s debut album TEN as told by the band. Each piece will include band member interviews and a clip of a previously unreleased bonus track from the expanded TEN reissues in stores on March 24.
The first episode features a clip of “Black” from their 1992 MTV Unplugged performance – available now on DVD for the first time in the 3-disc Ten – Deluxe Edition. Jeff Ament adds how an early show in Europe helped give them the confidence to do acoustic shows.
More details on the TEN reissues are online at www.pearljam.com and www.pearljamtengame.com.
Coming soon. The Ten Code: a 10-part podcast series with the inside story behind Pearl Jam’s debut album TEN as told by the band.
The first episode goes live on Monday March 16 at 10am, followed by new features online at 10am over the next nine weekdays. Each piece will include a clip of a previously unreleased track from the new TEN reissues in stores 3/24, and a band member interview clip.
Also check your local rock radio stations to find out when you can hear the radio version of the Ten Code with full music tracks and other additional content.