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Vídeo: Watched From the Window - Episódio VI: Sevens
Amantes do Pearl Jam, mais um vídeo da série Watched From the Window, agora mostrando em primeiríssima mão o limitado box "Sevens", conjunto de vinis de 7' do novo álbum da banda, "Lightning Bolt"!

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+Willie Nelson covering +Pearl Jam's Just Breathe

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Thank God +Pearl Jam  isn't an "indie" band.

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Throughout the conversations, a full portrait of Pearl Jam at 26 emerges. Guitarist Stone Gossard's words on "digging in" get to the heart of what it's like to be in a long-standing working unit. Bassist Jeff Ament's joy in playing with his mates shines through his enthusiastic responses. Matt Cameron, the band's drummer, shows his acerbic cool. Mike McCready talks about the meticulousness with which he still approaches his guitar solos. And Eddie Vedder , philosophical as always, hones in on how he keeps making Pearl Jam new for himself and for the band's loyal fan base.

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There's a song called "Sirens" that I think is one of the best songs on the record. That clocks in around five minutes, which is long pop song. It really works out. A song called "Infallible" – at least that's what I believe it's called – is also a little more developed that way.

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One of my favorite moments of the Pearl Jam show at Wrigley Field.  Eddie thanks the band for taking a chance on him and then delivers a heart wrenching performance of Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns by Jeff and Stone's late frontman Andrew Wood of Mother Love Bone.
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