Pearl Jam Twenty

Pearl Jam Twenty

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Published in celebration of Pearl Jam s twentieth anniversary and in conjunction with Cameron Crowe s definitive film, "Pearl Jam Twenty" is the unprecedented, and lavishly illustrated portrait of one of the world s most influential and successful bands. Published in celebration of Pearl Jam s twentieth anniversary and in conjunction with Cameron Crowe s definitive documentary film and soundtrack of the same name, "Pearl Jam Twenty" is an aesthetically stunning and definitive chronicle of their two decades as a band by the band itself. In 1991, Pearl Jam s debut album, "Ten" catapulted the little-known Seattle-based band into superstardom. Then, at the height of their popularity, the band shunned the spotlight, refusing to shoot videos or do interviews. Even as Pearl Jam s studio albums continued to be critically acclaimed and commercially successful, selling over sixty million albums worldwide, the inner workings of the band their day-to-day routines, influences, and motivations remained unknown even to their diehard fans. Twenty years later, this is their story. "Pearl Jam Twenty" is a treasure trove of behind-the-scenes anecdotes, rare archival memorabilia, and the band s personal photos, tour notes, and drawings. Told with wit and insight in the band members own words, and assembled by veteran music writer Jonathan Cohen with Mark Wilkerson and including a foreword by Cameron Crowe along with original interviews with legends and contemporaries like Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, and Dave Grohl this intimate work provides an in-depth look at a group of musicians who through defying convention established themselves as the greatest American rock band ever ("USA TODAY "Readers Poll 2005)."

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Product details

  • Hardback | 384 pages
  • 238.76 x 279.4 x 35.56mm | 1,564.89g
  • SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations, black & white halftones, colour illustrations
  • 1439169217
  • 9781439169216
  • 30,997

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The greatest American rock band ever. "USA Today" Readers Poll (2005)"

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