Pearl Jam Finally Confirm Major 2019 Release


Pearl Jam have confirmed that Live at Easy Street is coming to vinyl for Record Store Day!

Mark your calendar for April 13th and visit a record store near you.

Live at Easy Street is a live EP by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam that includes songs taken from a surprise in-store performance at Easy Street Records in West Seattle on April 29, 2005.

Pearl Jam performed a sixteen song set on April 29, 2005 at Easy Street Records in Seattle, Washington in support of the Coalition of Independent Music Stores, however only seven of those songs are included on this release. The album was released exclusively to independent record stores on June 20, 2006 through J Records. The album contains covers of the Avengers’ “American in Me”, the Dead Kennedys’ “Bleed for Me”, and X’s “The New World”, the latter of which features X’s John Doe.

Easy Street Records, located in West Seattle, is frequented by members of the band including vocalist Eddie Vedder and guitarist Mike McCready. The person seated in the lower right corner of the cover is Adam Tutty, manager of Easy Street Records and a friend of the band. The opening & closing songs of the show were suggestions given to Vedder by Tutty the night before.

“Intro” – 0:25
“½ Full” (Jeff Ament, Eddie Vedder) – 4:55
“Lukin” (Vedder) – 1:00
“American in Me” (Penelope Houston) – 2:04
“Save You” (Ament, Matt Cameron, Stone Gossard, Mike McCready, Vedder) – 3:43
“Bleed for Me” (Dead Kennedys) – 4:12
“The New World” (Exene Cervenka, John Doe) (with John Doe) – 3:56
“Porch” (Vedder) – 7:16

Original setlist:
“½ Full”
“American in Me”
“State of Love and Trust”
“Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town”
An early version of “Comatose” from the band’s 2006 album, Pearl Jam
“Spin the Black Circle”
“Even Flow”
“Save You”
“Bleed for Me”
“The New World” (with John Doe)
“Fuckin’ Up”