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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 58

2024-02-19 17:50

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 58

Nei prossimi tre appuntamenti ci occupiamo di una band americana che ci riporta dritti nel mondo del grunge e del rock: i Pearl Jam.

Here we are for a new week dedicated to the protagonists of modern music. In the next three appointments, we focus on an American band that takes us straight back into the world of grunge and rock: Pearl Jam.


In the mid-1980s, Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard put together several bands until they found the definitive lineup that became the first incarnation of Pearl Jam, with the addition of Mike McCready, Dave Krusen, and Eddie Vedder. In March 1991, Pearl Jam recorded their debut album "Ten", which tackled dark themes such as depression, suicide, and loneliness. With tracks like "Even Flow" and "Jeremy", the album achieved enormous success, selling millions of copies and earning numerous awards. Additionally, the band established a unique connection with fans through the "Ten Club", annually sending exclusive vinyl singles to members. In 1993, Pearl Jam released "Vs.", which exceeded all sales expectations. The band's commitment to moving with extreme caution and care for their fans and music continued to make headlines: during the "Vs. Tour", Pearl Jam set a maximum ticket price to avoid scalping, and their lawsuit against Ticketmaster, which led to the boycott of numerous concerts, gained widespread attention. In 1994, following disagreements with the group's policies, drummer Dave Abbruzzese was replaced by Jack Irons. "Vitalogy", released in 1994, explored new sounds and sold over 877,000 copies in the first week.


Today, we propose listening to "Spin the Black Circle", a Grammy-winning song.

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