Pearl Jam Twenty
by Cameron Crowe
Editor: SIMON & SCHUSTER
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Published in celebration of Pearl Jam’s twentieth anniversary and in collaboration with Cameron Crowe’s definitive film, Pearl Jam Twenty is unprecedented, and lavishly illustrated with the portrait of one of the world’s most influential and successful gangsPublished in celebration of Pearl Jam’s twentieth anniversary and in collaboration with Cameron Crowe’s definitive documentary film and soundtrack of the same name, Pearl Jam Twenty is a superb and definitive aesthetic viewpoint of their two decades as a group, by the group itselfIn 1991, Pearl Jam her first album, Ten little known catapulted, based in Seattle celebrity bandThen, at the height of their popularity, the tape avoided the limelight, refusing to shoot videos or make interviewsEven that Pearl Jam is studio albums continued to be acclaimed by critics and commercial success, selling over sixty million albums worldwide, the workings of the day’s soundtrack-updated routines, influences and motivations–unknown to their die-hard fansTwenty years later, it’s their storyPearl Jam Twenty is a behind-the-scenes treasure of anecdotes, rare memory archives, and tape of personal photos, tower notes and drawingsSaid with humour and insight in the band’s own words, and assembled by veteran music writer Jonathan Cohen with Mark Wilkerson–including Cameron Crowe’s foreword with original interviews with legends and contemporaries like Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, and Dave Grohl–this intimate work offers an in-depth look at a group of musicians who, in defying convention is established as “the greatest American rock band” (the United States of today’s HUI” by the L’s “L’HI”).
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