Eddie faz Dueto com Vocalista do Coldplay

Ontem o Eddie tocou junto com o Chris Martin, vocalista do Coldplay. Eles tocaram uma bela versão da “Nothingman”, a música “Don’t Dream It’s Over (Crowded House) e “People Have the Power” (Patti Smith). Além disso, nosso Eddie cantou junto com o Cat Stevens a música “Father and Son”.

Abaixo, a versão de “Nothingman” e os links para as outras:

Hoje Teremos Eddie Vedder no Global Citizen Festival

Hoje o Eddie irá participar do Global Citizen Festival! O evento acontece em Nova Iorque e começará às 15h (16h de Brasília) com transmissão ao vivo pelo link abaixo:

Lembrando que o Eddie irá participar como convidado e não fará show solo. Entre os artistas que irão fazer show estão Metallica, Rihanna e Demi Lovato.

E o Eddie já participou do soundcheck, confiram abaixo (obrigado Pearl Jam OnLine.it):

• People Have The Power (com Chris Martin)
• Don’t Dream Is Over (com Chris Martin)
• Father & Son (com Yusuf e Cat Stevens)

Série Shows Históricos 3

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No nosso Episódio 3 voltamos ao ano de 2003, mais precisamente ao Palácio de Desportos do México, Ciudad de México, para três shows que definitivamente são alguns dos maiores que o Pearl Jam já realizou.
O fato de o Pearl Jam finalmente descer até a América Latina já era algo a ser considerado extraordinário. Infelizmente ainda não seria a vez dos brasileiros, mas o povo Mexicano fez jus à fama latino-americana de um público caloroso e deixou Eddie Vedder e sua trupe sem palavras nas três históricas noites.

A começar pela venda de ingressos mais rápida da história da banda até então. Todas as noites esgotaram em questão de horas, fazendo aumentar ainda mais a expectativa por um grande e triunfal show.

Os shows em geral tiveram um ar apoteótico. Os bootlegs denunciam claramente o que foi a apresentação: uma gritaria insanamente linda, que o povo mexicano escancarava a cada segundo da apresentação.

Os setlists foram bem diversificados, assim como em toda a excelente turnê Riot Act, rolou inclusive uma versão de Hunger Striker do Temple of the Dog com a vocalista Corin Tucker da banda Sleater-Kinney.

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Durante um dos shows Eddie Vedder ligou para o Johnny Ramone e disse que tinha que confessar que realmente o público mexicano era o mais incrível para o qual a sua banda já tinha tocado.

Ainda durante o último show, alguns ‘mariachis’ subiram ao palco para delírio dos presentes, e fizeram um set que incluiu a famosa “la bamba”, com o Pearl Jam como sua banda de apoio, em um dos momentos mais engraçados da história do grupo! (vídeo abaixo)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkXAMVjX9Uw

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Os shows do México abriram uma nova fase do Pearl Jam, que vinha de uma turnê muito boa, porém contestadora e que em alguns shows inclusive a banda fora vaiada em sua forma de protestar. A partir deste show, nos anos seguintes o Pearl Jam voltaria muitas vezes ao calor do público latino-americano, que notoriamente se tornaria a casa do Pearl Jam.

Só temos é que agradecer ao público mexicano pela recepção calorosa que fez o Pearl Jam retornar muitas e muitas outras vezes à nossa América Latina!

Eddie Vedder Anuncia Participação em Evento

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Eddie Vedder fará um show em Nova Iorque, dia 25 de Setembro, que tem como tema “acabar com a violência causada por armas de fogo”. A apresentação se dará no Beacon Theatre no dia 25 de Setembro. Junto com o Eddie, artistas como Jackson Browne, Rosanne Cash, Marc Cohn e o Vy Higginsen’s Coral Gospel do Harlem estarão presentes.

Série: Shows Históricos 2

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O segundo episódio da série Shows Históricos viaja para Portugal, em 1996. Cascais recebeu a excelente Turnê No Code no dia 24-11-1996.

Era a primeira vez que o Pearl Jam iria se apresentar em Portugal, então a expectativa era enorme do público português. Horas antes do show o local estava completamente lotado, e o público ecoava cantos ao nosso estilo sul-americano.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iX82OxMNtA

Assim que começou o show, o público português começou a surpreender ainda mais o Pearl Jam. O Público cantava tão alto, que mal dava para ouvir a banda. Eddie anos mais tarde confessou que o público português é o melhor do mundo nesse quesito, em cantar alto.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=afXQUR6nv6Y

O setlist foi um dos mais diversificados daquela turnê, fazendo assim um show excelente.

Setlist

Release, Last Exit, Animal, Hail Hail, Once, Dissident, In My Tree, Corduroy, Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town, Whipping, Habit, Off He Goes, Even Flow, Daughter, Jeremy, Present Tense, Black Red Yellow, Rearviewmirror, Alive

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Smile, Black, State Of Love And Trust, Porch

Da pra notar que desde o inicio a banda estava surpresa pela recepção positiva do público, e isso fez com que a própria banda se envolvesse de maneira diferente. Os shows da tour No Code já demonstravam um Pearl Jam diferente das turnês anteriores, um pouco mais contidos no palco, não tão intensos quanto na tour Ten e na Tour V.S.

Mas ao longo do show eles foram se soltando, pulavam com os instrumentos, e no final um apoteótico Porch em que o Eddie escalou acima do palco nas luminárias deixando o público em delírio, ai ele desceu com uma vassoura e começou a varrer o palco (!?), antes de finalizar o show.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iX82OxMNtA

Uma curiosidade foi contada durante o show, Mike estava conhecendo a cidade naquele mesmo dia e disse que encontrou alguns jovens numa rua de Cascais cantando, quando ele chegou perto ele escutou a música que estavam cantando e era Jeremy! Eddie disse se aqueles meninos estivessem ali no show eles deveriam montar uma banda porque o Mike disse que eles cantavam muito bem!

Bom, este foi o segundo episódio da série Shows históricos, logo estaremos apresentando o terceiro episódio. Abaixo segue o Link do show completo no Youtube.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=f01oobQRKVE

Deixe nos comentários qual o show que você considera histórico e merece ser lembrado aqui!

27 de Agosto: Eddie no Ohana Festival

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Ontem o Eddie fez um show solo mas… não tão solo assim. Vejam porque:

Antes do show, ele tocou:

‘New World’ com o X (banda que abriu os shows do PJ no Brasil em 2011)

‘Shine on Your Crazy Diamond’, do Pink Floyd, foi tocada com nada mais nada menos que Jack Irons!

“(What’s So Funny About) Peace, Love and Understanding?” com o músico Elvis Costello.

Durante o set ‘solo’:

‘Indifference’ foi tocada com o surfista Kelly Slater.

‘Rockin’ in the Free World’ foi tocada com Jack Irons, John Doe (X), Mark Arm, Steve Turner (Mudhoney), Ben Bridwell (Band of Horses) e muitos outros.

Além disso, mandou um certo candidato a presidente dos EUA enfiar um ukulele… naquele lugar…

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Abaixo, o set completo:

Intro Music: Tuolumne
Ed Onstage: 07:56
Ed Offstage: 09:31

01. Can’t Keep
02. Sleeping By Myself
03. Without You
04. Soon Forget
05. Trouble-(Stevens)
06. Dead Man
07. Brain Damage-(Waters) (first verse only)
08. Sometimes
09. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away-(Lennon, McCartney)
(my first wave..)
10. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
11. No Ceiling
12. Far Behind
13. Guaranteed
14. Out Of Sand
15. Good Woman-(Marshall)
16. Better Man
17. Parting Ways
18. Unthought Known (acoustic guitar)
19. Indifference-with Kelly Slater
20. Rockin’ In The Free World-(Young)

22 de Agosto: Pearl Jam em Chicago II

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Data: 22/08/2016

Cidade: Chicago – IL

Local: Wrigley Field

Hora: 21:00h (23h de Brasília)

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SETLIST:

Walk On Music: 8:00. Il Buono, Il Cattivo, Il Brutto (The Good, The Bad And The Ugly)-Ennio Morricone)
Band On Stage: 08:01
Band Off Stage: 11:03

01. Oceans
02. Footsteps
(How is everybody doing up there? We’ve got friends in high places (referring to the upper decks) and then the cheapskates on the rooftops. He tells a story about the first time he ever saw a bong. A couple of unemployed guys hanging out on a roof watching the Cubs wearing jean cut offs with the pockets and possibly more hanging out.)
The next song is for Pat who lost his brother Joey a couple of years ago. “We all know what that feels like. This is for Joey and Pat (approximate)

03. Off He Goes
04. Better Man
(Ed sings the words, “Summer whoa oh oh, Summertime oh”)

05. Corduroy
06. State Of Love And Trust
07. Why Go
08. Animal
(How’s it feeling? Some toasts we make lightly. Like I could toast the guy in the horse head mask. That’s worth a toast. He reminisces about when they were asked to come back and play Wrigley he said he wanted to sleep on it. He had a dream about the Chicago Tribune landing on his doorstop with the headline “Lightning Strikes Twice For Pearl Jam”. He talks about looking at the weather weeks ago and seeing storm weather but the two show days have been beautiful. He dedicates the next song to Joe Madden and his team of heroes.)

09. Given To Fly
10. Immortality (short intro)
(The mighty Matt Cameron right there…Ed points out the brave soul out wearing a White Sox jersey. When the crowd boos Ed says no we are all friends here. I have good friends on the Sox. I root for them when they aren’t playing the Cubs. But this one goes back to the Bulls. It is Black, Red and Yellow.)

11. Black, Red And Yellow (Dennis Rodman comes out and does the spoken word phone call section. Ed-Thank you ninety one!)

12. Deep
13. Jeremy (Ed goes to the barricade to sing the end of the song)
(Ed asks for the lights to come up so he can point out a kid who was singing his brains out and gave Ed his wrist band..”There he is..can you see him?” Ed reads off some of the local charities that are benefiting from ticket purchases for the show. One is the Intonation music program.  http://www.intonationmusic.org/overview/ He also talks about the Teenage Cancer Trust that he, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey work with. Ed also wants to bring attention to Eddie Bocanegra who runs a program called Urban Warriors. While he is discussing it he asks some in the audience to put the beach ball down while he is talking about this. He goes on to mention Abner Garcia who worked with Urban Warriors and was recently killed in a random shooting.
“for all of us that are safe we need to remember that Silence Is Violence. Help is coming but at least appreciate that you are safe…”)

14. I Am Mine
15. Wishlist
16. Of The Earth
17. Lukin (Ed shouts “stop stop stop stop” to interrupt the song and tells a guy to get his “finger out of that women’s face.” The people around the man all point at him as the trouble maker. “Every finger is pointing at you man.” Ed has the guy ejected and the audience sings the “Nananana Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye) a song often sung at sporting events. Ed compliments the woman’s male companion for looking out for her and notes she was doing a pretty good job of taking care of herself. He then checks to make sure the woman is okay and the band picks up Lukin where the left off.)

18. Mind Your Manners
19. Rearviewmirror (shortish version)

Encore Break One

(Ed checks on the audience and makes sure they are okay. He says we had a little incident and just wants to check. He says the guy that got tossed reminded him a little of Steve Bartman. He then says, no that guys was worse. I send my love to Steve Bartman. He comments on the flags from all over the world. This one is for the Australians.)

20. Throw Your Arms Around Me-(Archer, Falconer, Howard, Miles, Seymour, Smith, Waters)

(He got a note from Heath and Renada (sp) They are about to get married but one of them just lost their father. They made it to the show and wanted to hear the next song. Ed also notes that it is Layne Staley’s birthday. He would have been 49. “Happy Birthday Layne..”)
21. Man Of The Hour (full band Ed on electric guitar)
22. Last Kiss-(Cochran) (Ed walks along the wings of the stage and gets a beer from an audience member. He chugs the beer while the audience sings the chorus.)
23. Got Some
24. Comatose
25. Even Flow (Mike goes down to the barricade for part of the solo. Ed goes to the barricade and hands the mic to audience members to sing the part after the solo. Ed introduces Mike McCready and Bob, the guy singing in the audience. Stone compliments Bob saying that “of all the people in the audience that sing that song, that was probably the best. Stone also wants to make sure Ed gets a shout out since he never gets introduced. The audience cheers. Stone says Ed has turned the mic over to him. Ed thanks him for singing. “I’ve been trying for a long time.” While they strum a few chords Stone realizes his guitar is in the wrong tuning. He gets a different one and jokes, “I am glad we didn’t start playing because something might have been out of tune.”)
26. Don’t Gimme No Lip
27. Sonic Reducer-(Bators, Blitz, Chrome, Magnum, Thomas, Zero)
28. Blood

Encore Break Two

(Ed wants to send his love to a young girl named Britt that has MS. There is another woman named Megan that was diagnosed with a brain tumor which I know a lot about. She was diagnosed two years ago and had her last round of Chemo today! And it isn’t all bad news, Heidi has beaten breast cancer and she wanted to hear this song.)

29. Crazy Mary-(Williams)
30. Surrender-(Nielsen)
31. Alive
(Ed thanks the audience by referring to them by the bases. He talks about his good friend Ernie Banks. He tells a story about Ernie Banks asking if Ernie could have his childhood mitt. Ed was reticent at first but when Ernie asks..The mitt was recently sent back to him and he is pretty excited and sad about that. He thanks the local and touring crew and some specific people for helping this happen.)

32. All The Way (during the song the video screen shows various Cubs playing, shots of the stadium and streets around it and some Cubs jerseys. Lots of footage. There is a shot of jersey that looks like the Cubs but says Clash.)
33. Time Has Come Today-(The Chambers Brothers) played a verse and chorus then goes into
34. Rockin’ In The Free World-(Young) with Ray Cameron and Tim DiJulio (Mike hands Tim his guitar and then goes onto Matt’s riser and plays some toms and sticks)
35. Yellow Ledbetter
36. I’ve Got A Feeling-(Lennon, McCartney)