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Picking up where Tom and Carlos left off; 'Giga' Tom and Super-Fans Tim and Ruby discuss the band that has provided the soundtrack to their lives, Pearl Jam. A mix of Delaware beach talk and that Seattle sound that gets the blood pumping. Join us weekly for an hour of Pearl Jam discussion with a little life sprinkled in. Hope to catch you around the bend. Welcome to the "In To Deep" pearl jan fan Podcast.
 
A podcast devoted to the greatest American rock band: Pearl Jam. Jason Kerepesi & Paul Ghiglieri discuss every aspect of the band's music and career. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Email Us Join the PJ Pod community Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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I've been to hell I spell it... spell it DMV. We head down to the mid-Atlantic for this episode to cover a show from the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland that took place in the heart of the No Code era in 1996. It's the perfect year for those great stories that revolve around ordering tickets from non-Ticketmaster venues and the bud…
 
Jason and Paul take a look at 2004's Rearviewmirror: Greatest Hits (1991-2003). In their opinions, not every song merits inclusion; in fact, some songs left off deserve the honor. They debate their additions and subtractions. Then they discuss What If Andrew Watt brings in collaborators for the next Pearl Jam record and who they might be. All that …
 
It's been a while since we've revisited the Binaural tour, and now is as good a time as any to talk about it. We're covering the Toronto show, the second show from the second leg of the North America run. While this one may get lost in the shuffle compared to other big shows from this leg such as Vegas and Seattle, there is a lot to talk about with…
 
Jason and Paul welcome six glorious Pearl Jam fans from Poland to the show to discuss their individual PJ origin stories, why they love the band, and their amazing stories that have been written over the years. A big thank you to Ewa, Marcin, Justyna, Jakub, Tomek, and Kamila for coming on! All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Sad. Hos…
 
This episode is about breaking a stigma. No show could ever be at fault for following a marquee night where the entire No Code record was played on a whim. Nor can it be at fault for not being the show in Milwaukee the next night where the entire Yield record was done. But if you ask anyone that was in the building on October 19 of 2014 in St. Paul…
 
Jason and Paul welcome in the new year 2023 with a discussion about what songs need to open concerts more often. Sure, Release, Long Road, and Wash open concerts all the time - but what about songs that rarely or never have...and should!? All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Alright. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on …
 
It's our first show for 2023, and right off the bat we're gonna take a shot at something we haven't done before. After the Atlanta show in 1994, Ed took to the airwaves to DJ a show out of a van. It was such a success that he wanted to do it again, but this time feature live performances from the band as well as some other special guests in between…
 
It's the end of the year and time to relive the things we've accomplished in 2022. Last year we introduced our inaugural Hall Of Fame of Pearl Jam shows. How does a show go about getting into the Hall Of Fame? The ones that get inducted are from episodes that we've done this past year that were rated a unanimous 10/10 by Randy and John. There were …
 
We've made it to the last episode of the year and we're tackling the one that everyone is still raving about after 3 months - St. Louis! With Randy and John both in attendance, we're going to relive some pretty good memories of not just the show itself, but being around friends and getting the rare opportunity to see the community come as one in pe…
 
Jason and Paul finally get back to their Retracking the Album series after a long layoff; this time with No Code. The guys also discuss Stone's radio interview in which he speaks about album number 12. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Mankind. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Join th…
 
We had a very special guest attend our annual Live On 4 Legs Holiday Party this year - Mr. Richard Stuverud joined us to talk about his dream moment playing in Pearl Jam on the live stage. It was the largest crowds that he'd ever performed in front of. We got to have a very open conversation with him about the experience and all that's happened aft…
 
After Pearl Jam had to cancel the final two shows of the west coast run in May, there was a bit of a concern as to the state of the band when the European tour started in June. There were a few shows at the beginning of the tour that felt like pretty average, safe setlists. So on the fifth night of the leg, the band opened up the vault a bit and le…
 
Jason and Paul welcome Stip from The Sky I Scrape / Red Mosquito and artist, Brad Klausen, back to the show to answer the question: what is the best songwriting duo? That and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Angel. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Join the PJ Pod community Hosted on Acast. See ac…
 
Welcome to round four of our first bracket in the 2022 Fantasy Setlist Draft! We now have three winners who made it to the finals, and we're looking for our final competitor here. For round 4, we go to battle with Mike, Kieran, Amy and Jeremy to see who has the setlist to garner the most votes!If you missed the past three episodes, here is the basi…
 
With a full year of touring finally under their belt, the last three episodes of 2022 will feature a few of the best from each leg. We start off with an interesting one that took place on the west coast leg emanating from Fresno, CA. The band was in a tough spot with Matt Cameron still being sidelined due to Covid, but sometimes unfortunate situati…
 
Jason and Paul discuss the top five songs they think Pearl Jam plays more for the audience, the fans, than they do for themselves. Then a spirited discussion pondering What If George W. Bush was never elected and how it would affect Pearl Jam's musical timeline. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Rats. Become a Patron Follow Us on In…
 
In this episode, we put a Stranglehold on Detroit Rock City as it's time to Kick Out The Jams on this Elephant of a show with tons of Raw Power that emanated from Detroit in 2014. A 32-song set with an excellent crowd that took place in the middle of their Heartland Tour during the Lightning Bolt era, this show was dominated by Motor City Easter eg…
 
Jason and an under-the-weather Paul discuss their top five favorite choruses in the entire Pearl Jam catalog - a difficult task indeed. See if you agree! All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Buckle Up. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Join the PJ Pod community Hosted on Acast. See acast.…
 
Welcome to round three of our first bracket in the 2022 Fantasy Setlist Draft! We now have two winners who made it to the finals, but who will be the third to join them? For round 3, we go to battle with Jim, Chris, Mike and Jeff to see who has the setlist to garner the most votes!If you missed the past two episodes, here is the basic foundation fo…
 
It's been quite a long time since we've covered something from down in South America, but thankfully we rectify our mistake in this episode. We're going down to São Paulo, Brazil to cover a show from Pearl Jam's first tour in the continent that took place back in 2005. This was a Patreon requested episode from Mike Radtke, and we'll tell his story …
 
Jason and Paul discuss the Taylor Swift/Ticketmaster fiasco and how 28 years later Pearl Jam continues to be right about the ticketing monolith. Then the guys discuss what they're thankful for this year, Pearl Jam related of course. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Falling Down. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on F…
 
Welcome to round two of our first bracket in the 2022 Fantasy Setlist Draft! We already have one winner who made it to the finals, but we're looking for 3 more to join them! For round 2, we go to battle with Brooke, Robyn, Dakota and Marty to see who has the setlist to garner the most votes!If you missed last week's episode, here are the basic foun…
 
In this episode we're talking about one of the wildest sets in Pearl Jam's catalog coming out of Newcastle, Australia in 2006. This is a one and done city at the point of this release, they'd never played Newcastle before then and haven't played there since. There are two key factors as to why they played there in the first place. For one, world ch…
 
Jason and Paul dive back into their Playlist series and this time talk about a topic that seems pretty relevant after the latest elections in the U.S. - dealing with anxiety. And for the first time a Gigaton track is the choice for Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Who Ever Said. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us…
 
Everybody, hey now. Last week we asked you guys if you were interested in joining up for our new season of the Fantasy Setlist Draft. Some of you may have participated in the OG drafts, but some of you may not have been around for them. What we do is bring 4 competitors in to draft their setlist up against each other, no song can be taken more than…
 
There are many big cities that Pearl Jam has touched down in that have historically held some of their best shows of all-time. Chicago is near the top of that very important list. Being the birthplace of Eddie Vedder, every time they play there there is an emotional, homecoming aspect to the show that brings out the absolute best of the crowd. In 2…
 
Jason and Paul are joined by Branden Palomo from Better Band Podcast to discuss the legacy of Riot Act which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week. Plus the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Undone. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Join the PJ Pod community Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/priva…
 
The night after playing a notable show in Berlin that was broadcast on FM stations all over the world, the band played a show in Hamburg and made allusions to it being better than the night before. The crowd of 7,000, who had been dying to see them ever since they last played in 1992, brought their a-game to the Sportshalle. Nearly every song had a…
 
Jason and Paul are joined by The Sky I Scrape's Stip to discuss the very scary hypothetical of Matt Cameron leaving Pearl Jam. That and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Cropduster. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Join the PJ Pod community Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informati…
 
Pearl Jam has such a rich history in the city of Boston and it's surrounding parts. Between there, plus Mansfield and Worcester, they've played the area a total of 24 times in their 32 year history. From the famous Ten Club show at The Orpheum in 1994, to the three night stay where they made the attempt to play every song in their catalog at Mansfi…
 
Jason and Paul reminisce about the PJ 32nd anniversary art gallery celebration in Whittier, CA and then discuss their favorite Pearl Jam song combinations - two songs that fit together like two peas in a pod. This was a very fun exercise; one that will have many parts to it. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Can't Keep. Become a Pat…
 
This is a show that I'm sure you're all familiar with. On a midwestern run in 2014, Pearl Jam did something that can be consider unprecedented. It all started in Moline, Illinois where for the first time, they played No Code in its entirety. Three days later, they decide to test out another album in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where Yield is played front …
 
Jason and Paul dive into Vs. and write a new song from the lyrics within the record. The first time they attempted this was with Binaural and yielded extremely delightful and interesting results. The guys also react to The Ringer's Kenny Mayne-narrated video comparing Pearl Jam to a legendary sports team. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the …
 
The chances of winning the lottery are nearly impossible, but most people make an attempt because the reward is so enticing. During the early part of the pandemic, Pearl Jam was helping to raise money for the All-In Challenge that battled food insecurity for kids that no longer had access to food due to schools being closed. Eddie had offered up a …
 
This episode focuses on the last show to date that Pearl Jam has played in Ireland, taking us to Dublin for a performance from 2010. We thank our Patron, Clare O'Leary, for pitching a request from her one and only Pearl Jam show, and we'll tell her story on the episode. This show is widely known for one massive moment that takes precedent - the deb…
 
Jason and Paul discuss the newly unearthed demo from Jack Irons and what would have happened had Jack Irons not left the band in 1998. Then, the guys chat about the band's contribution to the new pro-choice benefit compilation and what their 30 years of support means in the grand scheme of things. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - U…
 
We're hitting the festival circuit in this episode as we take a Patron request from Dan Greenberg to cover the non-televised Austin City Limits show from 2009. This episode could potentially seem as a bit contentious as there were things that Randy and John weren't quite moved by. Mainly, the idea that this set felt like a time crunch in the way th…
 
Jason and Paul welcome iconic poster creator and former in-house Pearl Jam graphic designer, Brad Klausen, to the show! The guys discuss Brad's beginnings in southern California, a trip to find himself in Italy, and winding up in Pearl Jam's warehouse talking to Eddie about his dog. And there's so much more! All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of t…
 
We welcome Steven Hyden back to the show to discuss his brand new book, Long Road: Pearl Jam and the Soundtrack of a Generation. We'll break down much of the subject matter brought up in the book such as writing with the intention to appeal to both the hardcore fan and casual fan, providing stories to give perspective on the band's history. For any…
 
Thanks to a request from our Patron Joe Kolbenschlag, we get to focus on a show from 1995 that occurred during a small window of shows in that September. This one is Las Cruces, New Mexico, which may not be one of the many jaw dropping shows from 1995, but is still damn good in it's own right. We get to talk about lots from the Vitalogy era - a ran…
 
Jason and Paul debate the band's greatest outros as they continue to deconstruct the band's songs. Then they analyze what made 2022 such a memorable tour and what to look forward to in 2023. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - All Night. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Join the PJ Pod …
 
We have a very special episode for you all today. Our good friend Tanya Kang has been taking portraits of fans at shows holding up their favorite lyrics since 2012. She has a book coming out very soon chronicling her ten years of work call I Am Mine, and she's here to discuss the history of what she's been doing and give you a little preview as to …
 
This is our 200th episode! After four years of this podcast journey, we've reached a wonderful milestone that we'd like to celebrate with you all, and we're going to do that by covering the show that (finally) introduced us into the Gigaton era from the Sea.Hear.Now festival shortly after it's one-year anniversary.We'll talk a lot about the podcast…
 
Jason and Paul welcome Ben L. Connor, author of Every Album, Every Song...Pearl Jam to the show. They discuss Ben's song by song critique and analysis of Pearl Jam's entire catalog and what prompted him to write. Plus the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Bu$hleaguer. (apologies for the digital audio hits towards the end of the episode!) Become a Pa…
 
After three years from being away from the live stage Pearl Jam finally returned at Sea.Hear.Now in Asbury Park, NJ at this time last year. This episode features Randy speaking with three good friends – Dave JanTausch of LiveFootsteps.org, liveon4legs.com Webmaster Chris Everett and Patron David Ruthman, talking about their experiences traveling to…
 
Believe it or not, this is episode 199! We're one away from our 200th episode! So for this one we are going to celebrate the birthday of one John Farrar by going back in time all the way to the first show he ever attended back in 1998 on the Yield tour. To everyone's surprise, yes... it's an Atlanta show. John has a good story as he'll talk about P…
 
Jason and Paul discuss the live Gigaton CD just released, how it compares to Live on 2 (an Ten) Legs and how affects Gigaton's legacy. Then the guys debate and make their choice for the most essential track from Ten. All that and the Lyric and Live Cut of the Week - Alone. Become a Patron Follow Us on Instagram Follow Us on Facebook Follow Us on Tw…
 
It's the final week of tour preparation as Pearl Jam finishes up the last of the Canadian dates, and I guess because the 2022 Hamilton show took place a day before this was released, it's not quite a part of the preparation? But as you'll hear many times in this spectacular Hamilton show from 2005, there is a lot to celebrate with this one.We could…
 
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