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Pearl Jam - Live At Third Man Records

  • Singer: Pearl Jam
  • Album: Live At Third Man Records
  • MP3: 1378 mb | FLAC: 1239 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.6/5
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Pearl Jam - Live At Third Man Records
Pearl Jam - Live At Third Man Records


Mind Your Manners
1/2 Full
Life Wasted
Of The Earth w/Jack White
Hard To Imagine
Let Me Sleep


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TMR-388, TMR388 Pearl Jam Live At Third Man Records ‎(LP, Ltd, Gol) Third Man Records, Third Man Records TMR-388, TMR388 US 2016
TMR-388, TMR388 Pearl Jam Live At Third Man Records ‎(LP, Ltd, TP) Third Man Records, Third Man Records TMR-388, TMR388 US 2016

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I just listened to the album in it's entirety since I purchased it and though it sounds great, there is no warping as other people have said theirs arrived, but in between tracks there is some popping and silence before the next track begins. Has anyone else had this exact issue? My stylus is new, the vinyl is in pristine condition, brushed clean before each listen, and as of today (8/21/17) this is the first time it's been played all the way through since purchase.
In this pressing, where Yellow meets Black, you can hear it. A full black record wouldn't suffer from this.
This is a great sounding record, with a fantastic live sound. As close as you'd get to being there I reckon. Typical TMR Vault packaging too - the soft cover is lovely. But I do agree it'd have been nice to see the 2 missing tracks included.
New Release from Third Man pertaining to show:On June 9th, 2016, Third Man Records was humbled to welcome Pearl Jam for a performance in our Nashville Blue Room live venue. Kept secret until the absolute last moment, the crowd of only 250 included lucky Ten Club members, mayors, NBA superstars, country music royalty, and possibly even a few stowaways. To call it a "warm-up” for their headlining set at Bonnaroo two nights later would be to vastly undervalue the evening. The band tore through a clutch collection of songs that spanned both deep cuts and fan favorites. A classic like “Deep” from Ten sits comfortably next to “Life Wasted”from their self-titled album Pearl Jam, and set-closer “Let Me Sleep” was originally recorded in 1990 (and was the band’s first-ever Ten Club release). The highlight of the performance came when Pearl Jam invited Jack White and his guitar to the stage to join on a song that clocked in at over seven minutes and featured wild dueling solos between White and Mike McCready, this epic performance left every mouth in the audience agape and every face on stage all smiles. Those seven minutes were truly some of the most memorable and historic in seven years since the Blue Room opened its doors
Is there a hidden track under the label? It looks like there might be something there, but I don't want to ruin anything for no reason. Could it be the two missing tracks?
Did you find out if there are in fact hidden tracks under the label? I was really frustrated not to find Corduroy in the album :(
Mine skips thru the entire thing and Third Man is giving me all kinds of crap. I've sent 2 videos because they require proof within 10 days, but so far they haven't said they will replace. I'm extremely dissapointed. I've never had a record company be so reluctant to fix a problem. I won't ever be ordering from them again.
I've contacted Third Man twice about defects. Absolute worst customer service ever. I don't order from them any longer.
I just opened mine to find it warped and not sounding good at all.
Road.to sliver
I'm surprised. Their service is usually top notch. I had an issue with the latest acoustic JW release and they sent me a new record immediately. It was a great experience and they were very, very nice.
Weird, mine had some heavy warp and they sent a replacement immediately. They say on their site that it typically takes them until the end of their shipping all vault packages to get around to their replacement processes.
Is the 7" inside the 12" jacket? I didn't plan on opening my copy, at least for now. Just wanted to know if my package is missing one or if I just have to open the 12 to get to it.
Yes, it comes inside. I didn't plan at first, but after reviewing the inside I found there.
It's so hard not to open it! First vault package I've considered keeping sealed because I'm not the biggest PJ fan, but it's calling to me for sure!
Throw her heart
Yes, the 7" is inside the 12" jacket. But come on, open it and play it! :)
Great pressing, no static. Sounds like I was there. Hope the quality of this split color vinyl will live for long. Killing version of Off the Earth.
Not sure if it's just dirty, there's a bunch of static, or what, but this, so far, has been the absolute worst sounding vault package I've received. :-(I'm going to try cleaning it and see if that fixes it. Hopefully all these skips are fixed with that.
That happened to me on the last vault package. I sent a video of the record playing and they promptly replaced the bad record for me.
I cleaned it tonight while cleaning some test pressings and am playing it now and ALL the issues are resolved. I guess it was just really dirty. My setup isn't super hi-fi: U-Turn w/ Grado Black, Marantz 2230, Pioneer CS-06 speakers.
Bummer dude. Just got mine today and it sounds perfect, no warps, surface noise etc. My setup is Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Espirit > Cambridge Phono Amp > Audioengine A5+ if that helps. Maybe a more hi fi system than that would reveal more problems, but sounds like you just got a bad disc. Try reaching out to Third Man if cleaning doesn't help. Good luck.
What a fanTAStic recording. I don't think I've ever a record so lifelike and so near to being there. Admittedly I'm a huge PJ fan, so perhaps that colored my listening experience somewhat, but I don't get goosebumps too often and from the first track, I was hooked.
Very disappointed those first two songs didn't make the cut, it might have been an issue of total timing for a single LP release, but they could have been included on a 7" along with the EV cuts.
Totally agree. Corduroy is one my all time favorites so I was disappointed to see it not included.
They left off the first two tracks. Interstellar Overdrive and Corduroy were played first. My only complaint is that it is incomplete.
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