Pearl Jam Rarities

Hello everyone once again... Sorry for my absence the last few months...

There are some Pearl Jam Rarities that are currently floating around the internet. Apparently these cuts are from the days when Lost Dogs was only an idea that was being pushed to become a reality.

The tracks include:

Anything In Between (unreleased, Binaural outtake, 1999)

In The Moonlight (rough mix, Binaural outtake, 1999)

Fatal (rough mix, Binaural outtake, 1999)

Sad (a.k.a. Letter to the Dead, rough mix, Binaural outtake, 2000)

Wishing Well (live) (written by The Free, Mookie Blaylock, 1990)

Hitchhikers (rough mix, Binaural outtake, 1999)

Puzzle And Game (unreleased, vastly different demo of "Light Years", Binaural outtake, 2000)

Education (rough mix, Binaural outtake, 1999)

Sweet Lew (rough mix, Yield outtake, 1997)

Sunburn (unreleased, w/ Stone on vocals, No Code outtake, 1995)

Hold On (rough mix, Ten outtake, 1991)

(Just A) Girl (rough mix, Ten outtake, 1990)

Alone (rough mix, lyrics differ from Lost Dogs version, Ten outtake, 1991)

Brother (rough mix w/ different vocals, Ten outtake, 1990)

Don't Gimme No Lip (rough mix, No Code outtake, 1996)

Bee Girl (on Rockline, KISW FM, Seattle, 10/18/1993)

Against The '70s (From Mike Watt album 'Ball-Hog or Tugboat?', 1995)

"New" Jeremy (live version from Red Rocks, CO, 06/20/1995)

All of these tunes can be found and downloaded HERE


Programing Note

I am currently studying for the bar exam in Massachusetts...

My appologies for not being as current as I'd like to be with the site...

After July 26 I can finally resume a normal life...

In the mean time visit Shoutmouth for interesting music news and perspectives...



Silverchair - Back in the USA

Silverchair - the band once touted as "Nirvana Jr" back when they debuted in 1996, will be touring the US for the first time since 1999.

The Aussie trio is best known for their album Frogstomp which was released when, Daniel Johns, Chris Joannou and Ben Gillies were only 15 years old.

Silverchair's newest album Young Modern was released in Australia on March 31st and will finally receive a proper release in the US on July 24th.

The tour dates are -
July 2007
13 - San Diego, CA - House of Blues
14 - Los Angeles, CA - The Wiltern
15 - Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
17 - San Francisco, CA - The Independent
19 - Portland, OR - Aladdin Theatre
20 - Seattle, WA - Showbox
21 - Vancouver, British Columbia - Commodore Ballroom
23 - Atlanta, GA - Roxy Theatre
24 - Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
26 - Sayreville, NJ - Starland Ballroom
27 - New York, NY - Roseland Ballroom
28 - Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore
29 - Boston, MA - Paradise
30 - Montreal, Quebec - Le Spectrum

August 2007
1 - Toronto, Ontario - Phoenix
3 - Detroit, MI - St. Andrews Hall
4 - Chicago, IL - Lollapalooza
5 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue


...Trail of Dead Needs Drummer For Upcoming European Tour

...and you will know us by the trail of dead, is set to tour Europe this August and September, but they are in a pickle. Current drummer Doni Schroader will not be able to make the trip. Trail of Dead is looking for someone who has the chops to tour with the Austin Texas outfit. Mind you it has been noted that this is a temp job so don't officially quit your day job.

Any interested parties should fire an email to info@shmanager.net.

Good luck!


Ryan Adams Tour Dates

Ryan Adams' 8 US and 1 Canadian tour dates are now official...

Adams will take his musical odyssey to:

Minneapolis, MN - Cedar Cultural Center (June 18)
Chicago, IL - The Black Orchid (19)
Detroit, MI - Gem Theater (20)
Toronto, Ontario - Enwave Theater (22)
Burlington, VT - Higher Ground (24)
Philadelphia, PA - Fillmore at the TLA (28)
Boston, MA - Somerville Theater (29)
Salt Lake City, UT - Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre (July 31)
Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre (August 3)

Couple things:
(1) Ryan Adams is almost literally down the street from where I live...amazing...
(2) Since when did the TLA in Philly change its name to the Fillmore?? This renaming of classic venues really needs to stop...

Easy Tiger is set for release on June 26th...


Ian Curtis Biopic Highly Touted At Cannes Film Festival

Control the highly anticipated biopic on the tragically short life of Ian Curtis, (frontman of Joy Division,) was well received at the Cannes Film Festival.

Most notably, the film won the prize for "Best European Film."

The director of this film is Anton Corbijn, who you may know as the director of many classic videos including: Nirvana's "Heart-shaped Box" video in 1993, U2's "One" in 1992, Henry Rollins' "Liar" in 1994, "Re-Offender" by Travis in 2003, "All These Things That I've Done" by The Killers in 2005 and "Talk" by Coldplay in 2005.

I am highly looking forward to this movie which should be out sometime later this year...


Call Me Corny...

I was thinking about this song this morning. I've liked Third Eye Blind's "Graduate" ever since it came out nearly 10 years ago. I guess it has always popped up at that time when I am actually graduating. The song was pretty much a hit single when I graduated High School (damn I'm getting old), and still rocks today...

Call me corny...