Ex-Pearl Jam Drummer Posts Song ‘Way It’s Supposed To Be Played’

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The former Pearl Jam drummer Dave Abbruzzese recently posted on Facebook, Grammy Award winning Spin the Black Circle. The way it’s supposed to be played! Enjoy.” Another former Pearl Jam drummer also played a ‘No Code’ Classic.

Dave Abbruzzese responded to a fan question

A fan asked, “It is true that Stone and Mike had problems with the speed of this song when they were recording it ??? I’ve always wondered why.” Dave answered, “The song was conceived and recorded with just a few takes.”

The rock band Pearl Jam has quite a big fanbase, and it has been announced that throughout the next ten days a year of live music and all things Pearl Jam will be celebrated. The fans have been notified to stay tuned to Pearl Jam’s official website and their social media to celebrate.

To kick off the beginning of #10DaysOfPearlJamyou can try to win a Live at Benaroya Hall 4 LP vinyl. They have dropped some major updates for their upcoming tours in the next year. Pearl Jam had ‘regretfully’ changed 2022 tour dates in the past.

Previously, speaking about Dave Grohl, who performed vocals and drums on the “Goodbye Lament” track from Iommi’s guest-packed self-titled debut solo album in 2000, Tony Iommi said that Grohl had demanded to be the drummer and replace Matt Cameron on the song, who had performed on four other songs on the album.

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