Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Two "new" Pearl Jam records?

Pearl Jam is back in the studio with producer Brendan O'Brien for the first time in 11 years for their ninth studio album. They last collaborated on 1998's Yield. Bassist Jeff Ament says that vocalist Eddie Vedder just "keeps getting better." 2009 looks like it will be a busy year for Pearl Jam. On March 24, their debut album and grunge cornerstone Ten will be rereleased with brand new mastering and mixing, courtesy, of course, of one Mr. O'Brien. Here is a remixed Porch and fan fave B-side Brother.

Photo credit: Spark St. Jude

1 comment:

Kathleen said...

KICKASS. I have already pre-ordered my deluxe edition of the Ten reissue, but I somehow missed the news on the other recording. (ps - I found your blog through stephen planas's. I did Goldring the year before y'all.)