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Singles Deluxe Edition Soundtrack

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It’s finally coming! We are very pleased to announce that the Singles Deluxe Edition Soundtrack is finally coming on May 29th! There will be two versions. A 2 CD set and a 2 LP Set(plus a bonus CD with all the extra tracks).

The 2 CD Set includes additional songs from the film, unreleased demos and live versions.

CD Disc 1
1. “Would?” — Alice in Chains
2. “Breath” — Pearl Jam
3. “Seasons” — Chris Cornell
4. “Dyslexic Heart” — Paul Westerberg
5. “Battle of Evermore” — The Lovemongers
6. “Chloe Dancer / Crown of Thorns” — Mother Love Bone
7. “Birth Ritual” — Soundgarden
8. “State of Love and Trust” — Pearl Jam
9. “Overblown” — Mudhoney
10. “Waiting for Somebody” — Paul Westerberg
11. “May This Be Love” — Jimi Hendrix
12. “Nearly Lost You” — Screaming Trees
13. “Drown” — Smashing Pumpkins

CD Disc 2
1. “Touch Me I’m Dick” – Citizen Dick
2. “Nowhere But You” – Poncier (Chris Cornell)
3. “Spoon Man” – Poncier (Chris Cornell)
4. “Flutter Girl” – Poncier (Chris Cornell)
5. “Missing” – Poncier (Chris Cornell)
6. “Would” (live film version) – Alice In Chains
7. “It Ain’t Like That Anymore” (live film version) – Alice In Chains
8. “Birth Ritual” (live film version) – Soundgarden
9. “Dyslexic Heart” (acoustic demo) – Paul Westerberg
10. “Waiting For Somebody” (score acoustic) – Paul Westerberg
11. “Overblown” (demo)–Mudhoney
12. “Heart and Lungs” – Truly
13. “Six Foot Under” – Blood Circus
14. “Singles Blues #1” (score) – Mike McCready
15. “Blue Heart” (score) – Paul Westerberg
16. Lost In Emily’s Words (score) – Paul Westerberg
17. “Ferry Boat #3” (score) – Chris Cornell
18. Score Piece #4 (score)  – Chris Cornell

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Jan 26, 2017

Chris Cornell – Higher Truth

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“…the first thing you hear needs to be kind of a cool thing.”#HigherTruth

Posted by Chris Cornell on Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Here’s a couple of clips from Cameron’s recent chat with singer/songwriter Chris Cornell to discuss his new album, Higher Truth. Don’t miss Chris on Jimmy Fallon tonight ahead of the album release tomorrow!

“That’ll fuck up the magic…so I don’t do that.”

Posted by Chris Cornell on Wednesday, September 9, 2015

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Sep 17, 2015

Pearl Jam Twenty: World Premiere Recap

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That’s right. Pearl Jam Twenty had its world premiere yesterday at 2pm (EST) at the beautiful Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto as part of the  36th annual Toronto International Film Festival. In addition to the 1,500 fans, Cameron, Jeff Ament, Matt Cameron, Boom Gaspar, Stone Gossard, Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder and Chris Cornell were in attendance.

The energy and the crowd were tremendous. PJ fans such as Jennifer and Tanya (pictured above) waited in line for 8 hours to get a front row seat. There were bursts of applause throughout and certainly some tears as well. The venue was an absolutely gorgeous place to host the event and the recently installed sound system was stunning. Here’s a few pictures that I took as Cameron and the band arrived.

 

Over the next few weeks, I will be posting video footage from the press conference with the band and Cameron that was held after the screening. Since the press conference deals with some spoilers from the film, I’d like to wait until many of you have seen the film.

 

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Sep 11, 2011

Recap: PJ20 Destination Weekend

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I’m back from the PJ20 Destination Weekend at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre  in East Troy, Wisconsin! While Cameron was unable to attend, I thought you might like to hear a bit about the event. I was able to secure 10 club (as a proud member of Pearl Jam’s fan club) tickets for both nights. The first great surprise was the extra goodies included with all 10 club tickets (PJ2o stickers, an early PJ Live show on CD and a Jeff Ament CD single from his forthcoming solo album).

The first night I was on the lawn and the second night I had pretty good reserved seats on “Stone Gossard’s” side of the stage. Simply put, I thought the shows were amazing. Night #1 was a shorter set (28 songs), but filled with a ton of rare B-sides including “In the Moonlight”, which had never been played before. Highlights for me included the emotional opener “Release”, “In My Tree” plus both Singles tracks “State of Love and Trust” and “Breath”. The 2nd night was a longer set (33 songs) as the band started their show 30 minutes earlier. The crowd emotion was unforgettable, the fans sang along loudly to every song and the band really fed off that energy all night. I’ve never seen the band having more fun and the set list was a great mix of hits (“The Fixer”, “Daughter/It’s OK”, “Alive”, “Even Flow”, “Given to Fly”) and rarities (“All Night”, “Habit”, “Satan’s Bed”, “No Way”). Both nights featured a Temple of the Dog reunion with Chris Cornell. Something I didn’t think that I’d ever see.

Many other PJ hand picked artists were on hand to celebrate and perform. I’m a huge Glen Hansard fan (If you haven’t seen the film Once, please see it immediately) so his sets both days were a huge highlight. Also thought Liam Finn and his sets were fun and energetic. Here’s a few pics I took (including a duet that Glen did with Eddie on the song “Falling Slowly”).

  

Lastly, I’ll leave you with a video from my highlight of Night #2 (via a fan at the show). An absolutely searing version of “Spin the Black Circle” which shook the 30,000+ fans in attendance. Watch Mike McCready doing circles around the stage for nearly the whole performance. The song was dedicated to the dying breed of independent record stores across the country. As Eddie put it, we need to keep watering them and keeping them alive.

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Sep 6, 2011

Inquire Within: Singles Extended Cut or Blu-ray?

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Welcome to another edition of Inquire Within… Through your submissions, Cameron will answer your questions in his own words. The goal is to have a new question and answer posting every week or two leading up to the releases of Pearl Jam Twenty and We Bought a Zoo this fall and The Union early next year.

Justin Noszek: Singles is my all time favorite movie.  Will there ever be an extended version released?  Failing that, what about a Blu-ray? It would be a perfect tie in to Pearl Jam Twenty?

Cameron: I’m with you, Justin.  Andy Fischer, who works with me running Vinyl Films, is digging into the vaults at Warner Brothers to see where the footage resides.  We have all the concert footage – including KILLER stuff on Alice in Chains – but the outtake scenes themselves are waiting to be discovered.  Some of Chris Cornell’s unreleased score will be in PJ20 – which is great because he’s a natural scoring artist and did GREAT stuff for the movie that was never used.

Citizen Dick wants a Singles Extended Cut!

Please send in your questions for Cameron and maybe yours will be part of a future installment of Inquire Within…

 

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Jul 4, 2011

Retro: Singles Flashback!

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For our retro bit this week, I stumbled across this great picture which was probably taken on the set of Singles. Front Row – From left to right, Chris Cornell – Soundgarden, Matt Dillon, Cameron Crowe. Back Row – From left to right, Jeff Ament (Pearl Jam) and Layne Staley. (Alice in Chains lead singer who passed away in April 2002). I’m sure we’ll get some great stories about Pearl Jam and their Singles involvement on the upcoming Pearl Jam Twenty documentary.

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Feb 7, 2011

Mike Finger’s The Blue and the Black