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Jason and Paul welcome Randy Sobel from Live On 4 Legs podcast and David JanTausch, founder of livefootsteps.org to review Pearl Jam's 2022 tour...so far! Superlatives, favorite setlists and more. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Indifference. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul discuss the show cancellations at the end of the 2022 European tour and then dive into the first issue of the 10 Club's Deep magazine in three years including the making of Gigaton, remixing the Moline/No Code show, and an interview with Jack Irons. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Severed Hand See acast.com/privacy …
 
Jason and Paul get critical - and if good friends can't be honest then are they really friends at all - and discuss their top 5 songs that haven't aged that well. There's a bit of review of the two Hyde Park shows from London as well. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - My Father's Son. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
Jason and Paul speak to Colin from Scotland and Martin from England in a small but enjoyable Fan Round Table. The guys discuss discovering the band, first shows, favorite memorabilia, and more including Colin's charitable PJ group Pearl Jam: Scotland. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Army Reserve. See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
Jason and Paul welcome a new segment to the show from listener Static Attic where they "write" a new Pearl Jam song by combining separate lyrics from different songs. It's a fun exercise and one they'll repeat on a per album basis. This week's focus is Binaural. They also analyze the new single from Ani Difranco and Stone Gossard that criticizes th…
 
Jason and Paul dive into the latest musical journey from bassist Jeff Ament with help from Josh Klinghoffer and John Wicks - the soundtrack to the FX limited series Under the Banner of Heaven. That and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Help Help. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul unfortunately feel compelled to wade into regretful and depressing waters of gun violence. Pearl Jam has written a few songs around this topic over the years and are staunch advocates for change in this space. Jason and Paul invite an expert in the trauma field to help them parse through why people might find themselves at the crossr…
 
Jason and Paul react to a wild week from a drumming perspective. From Josh Klinghoffer and Rich Stuverud filling in for the ailing Matt Cameron to the return of Dave Krusen to the drum throne after 31 years. Plus a few thoughts on the Taylor Hawkins Rolling Stone interview before the guys reveal their five favorite drum performances from the studio…
 
Jason and Paul, fresh off the two concerts in LA discuss the top five songs they've never heard and want to! Prior to that they react to Matt's sudden COVID contraction and how the band have managed to pull off shows without him. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Low Light. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul were in attendance for both Pearl Jam shows at The Forum in Los Angeles and detail their experiences. There are night-of analysis and interviews as well as a not-so-instant reaction back in the studio 48 hours later. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Animal. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul answer the age-old question: what if you could make one Pearl Jam setlist from back to front? It was tough and the answers probably change week to week but the challenge was accepted. That and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Drifting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul decide to attempt to make an 11-song album by picking one song from every studio album. This exercise serves as a bit of yin to the "Make an Album of B-Sides" episode. That and, of course, the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Swallowed Whole. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul are joined once again by The Sky I Scrape and Red Mosquito legend, Stip, to dissect the catalog and determine each of their favorite lyrics from every studio album. The original record went nearly three hours...so they decided to chop it in half and make two episodes out of it. Part two is episode 101. A massive thanks to all of the …
 
Jason and Paul take Lost Dogs and throw it out the window. It's time to be picky! They pick their 10 tracks, in order, for the ultimate B-side Pearl Jam album. Then, they make their choices for the most Essential Song from Binaural. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Gods' Dice. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informati…
 
Jason and Paul head into the murky waters of the middle of the catalog. No, not the albums from the middle of their career. We're talking about the songs that live somewhere between great and not so great - the meh. Sure these songs have some warts but some are better than others and the guys discuss their favorites. All that and Lyric and Live Cut…
 
Jason and Paul dig into Eddie Vedder's new solo record Earthling with part 1 of their review. Then they tackle the question What If Ed never thanked Andrew Watt for leaving Ed a letter and guitar. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - The End. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul dive head first into the big news of the past week namely the budding feud between Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe and Eddie Vedder. Then they discuss the Spotify / Joe Rogan controversy and whether or not Pearl Jam should follow Neil Young's lead and remove their catalog from the platform. All that and Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Fat…
 
Jason and Paul comb through the first three studio records to find the songs that have rarely been played live but ought to be played much, much more. Before that, though, they discuss the new Painted Shield single "Dead Man's Dream". All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Hold On. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informatio…
 
Jason and Paul critique Ed's newest single "Brother the Cloud" from his new record Earthling. Next they discuss the prospect of Andrew Watt producing the next Pearl Jam record as predicted by Vedder himself in a recent interview. Then the guys debate the most Essential Song from Vs. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Long Road. See a…
 
Jason and Paul get personal this week. The task is to pick one song from each studio album that best represents them or a significant facet of what makes them who they are. Which albums are easy and which albums are difficult to choose from? The guys took on the task before tackling their Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Why Go. See acast.com/priva…
 
Jason and Paul complete their five-part series on each band members' greatest songs with their choices for the Stone Gossard. So many to choose from; what will make the top 5?! All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Let the Records Play. Rick Beato's What Makes This Song Great (Black): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k55l7LMA7w See acas…
 
Jason and Paul are joined by their friends in Black Circle - Sergio Filho, Lenny Prado, Luiz Caetano, Nyck Magnani, and Gabriel Z - to talk about their new record Pandora. They discuss Pearl Jam's influence on songwriting from the themes they wrote about to how the songs were crafted in a more collaborative manner to their debut record Mercury. Plu…
 
Jason and Paul dip back into the mailbag for topic they hope never comes to fruition - pick a replacement for every band member should one of them ever be unavailable for a run of shows - gasp! Later, the guys open up a new segment series called Essential Songs and the first edition focuses on Riot Act. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the We…
 
Jason and Paul discuss the recent Audible original from Eddie Vedder 'I Am Mine' as well Eddie's upcoming mini tour in support of his new solo record, Earthling. There's also a chat about the postponement of the Pearl Jam tour and who and why it's taken so long to reschedule. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Down. See acast.com/pri…
 
Jason and Paul dip into the virtual mailbag and dive into a fan request to discuss songs Pearl Jam has rarely played but that the guys would love to hear far more often. They also tackle Over/Under for the album Yield. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - No Way. ***apologies for the audio quality this week!*** See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
Jason and Paul are back with another edition of Retracking the Album and what better album to do it than the one celebrating its 27th anniversary this week - Vitalogy. The guys also chime on Eddie's new single "The Haves" and the updated Gigaton tour news. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Not For You. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Jason and Paul briefly discuss the upcoming EBRP event and the vinyl re-release of Vault #1 before diving into their main topic of the week. The tragic events of Travis Scott's Astroworld have forced many to relive and compare it to Pearl Jam's own tragedy from 2000 in Roskilde. Herein the guys compare and contrast the two events and discuss What I…
 
Jason and Paul take aim at every song lyrically written by someone other than Edward Jerome Vedder this week. They parse through them all to find their individual top five tracks, lyrically speaking, written by Matt, Jeff, Stone, Mike, Jack, and Dave. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - All Those Yesterdays. See acast.com/privacy for …
 
Jason and Paul are joined once again by the legend of The Sky I Scrape & Red Mosquito forums, Stip! The guys discuss whether or not Vs. is the band's most definitive album and its place in the band's catalog. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Go. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul debut the first part of a new series entitled The Playlist. Each part will focus on one theme or mood. The guys will pick songs from across the catalog and can choose as many as they'd like as long as it fits within the confines of an EP (30min or less). This week's show focuses on anger. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the We…
 
Jason and Paul channel their best Vinny Gambini and make powerful statements both for and against Backspacer. Is it good? Is it bad? Should it exist at all!? Somewhere therein lies the answer. All that and Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Speed of Sound. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul dive deep into the middle era of Pearl Jam's catalog to unearth their top 5 deep cuts from No Code through Riot Act. There are a lot of songs to choose from arguably the band's most interesting era. What say you? All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Breakerfall. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Jason and Paul celebrate their 75th episode by discussing weekend two down in Dana Point - and this time Paul was in attendance! A wonderful weekend of music from our favorite band with varied setlists spanning the catalog and a couple surprises thrown in. The guys break it all down including their Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Lightning Bolt. S…
 
Jason and Paul are joined once again by Stip from The Sky I Scrape / Red Mosquito to discuss the legacy of the songs of No Code. But first the guys react to the first live Pearl Jam concert in over three years from the Sea.Hear.Now festival. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Off He Goes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out…
 
Jason and Paul discuss the headspace and state of the band from which No Code was born. Intra band conflict as well as the Pearl Jam continuing to fight outside forces resulted in an album intentionally meant to divide. But where those songs came from is of great intrigue considering its polarity especially at the time. That and the Lyric and Live …
 
Jason and Paul pay tribute to the skinsman who should receive more credit than he does for his role in the band - Jack Irons. They discuss the pivotal moments in his career with Pearl Jam and prior to boot. Then they give their Over/Under picks for No Code. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Who You Are. See acast.com/privacy for pri…
 
Jason and Paul are joined again by Stip from The Sky I Scrape / Red Mosquito, this time, to discuss the quintessential Pearl Jam song. The history. The lyrical evolution. The music's impact. The arc of its importance to the audience and band as it navigates its ascendency to the aforementioned quintessential status, its banishment due to Roskilde, …
 
Jason and Paul enter week four of Ten month on a mission to tackle arguably the most compelling and important song in the ascension of the band - Jeremy. They welcome in listener, Joe, to discuss his personal story that mirrors that of the Jeremy's protagonist and how the song has helped him overcome his past transgressions and change his future fo…
 
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