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Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder: None Too Fragile

Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder None Too Fragile In this detailed biography Martin Clark traces Pearl Jam s meteoric rise the band s reaction to popular acclaim its triumphs at the MTV and Grammy awards the notorious rift with Nirvana and its c

  • Title: Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder: None Too Fragile
  • Author: Martin Clarke
  • ISBN: 9780859653718
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this detailed biography, Martin Clark traces Pearl Jam s meteoric rise, the band s reaction to popular acclaim, its triumphs at the MTV and Grammy awards, the notorious rift with Nirvana, and its creative rebirth following the release of the critically acclaimed album No Code Giving particular emphasis on the band s enigmatic leader, Eddie Vedder, the book brings to liIn this detailed biography, Martin Clark traces Pearl Jam s meteoric rise, the band s reaction to popular acclaim, its triumphs at the MTV and Grammy awards, the notorious rift with Nirvana, and its creative rebirth following the release of the critically acclaimed album No Code Giving particular emphasis on the band s enigmatic leader, Eddie Vedder, the book brings to life a tumultuous career, chronicling Pearl Jam through success, scandal, band tensions, personnel changes, and substance abuse This revised and updated edition features many intriguing and hitherto untold facts and anecdotes, in addition to a comprehensive discography.

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    1 thought on “Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder: None Too Fragile

    1. I was excited to get this and start reading - hopefully find some insight into some things that I didn't previously know about one of my favorite bands. Unfortunately, however, this book was little more than regurgitated facts easily found on the internet and quotes from other articles. I picked up a few unknown tidbits here and there, but nothing extraordinary. The author took a rather detached stance and didn't really ever allow the reader to know whether or not he actually LIKED Pearl Jam. Th [...]

    2. This book made my life just a little better. the story of pearl jam and the influence it has on Eddies life. Although the writing tended to be a little bit sloppy and choppy at certain points, the interesting story is truly there. There's much more appreciation and more insight on what the band is about.

    3. The writing is pretty terrible, but the content is good enough since it's based upon an interesting band.

    4. I'm pretty sure Pearl Jam could have been made a lot more interesting than this. It's all surface and no depth, but I guess it's a neat read for fans.

    5. This was a really informative book about the band. I liked it because I generally like learning anything about the band. I thought the writing was okay, however. I definitely think it could have been more solid and vibrant. The author seemed to make assumptions about certain situations but with no real vitality or conviction.

    6. I expected this to not be that greate entire book is in glossy pages. But it was a pleasant surprise.I liked that it was more succinct than Five Against One, but was skeptical about a few statements that were made. Perhaps those passages were simply this author's interpretation of events?I did however enjoy the read and read it straight through.

    7. Reneè(my beautiful wife!) gave me this as a stocking stuffer way-back in like 1981! Served its purpose, fun to look at, I might as well have been checking out Tiger Beat! 5-Titties cause it Pearl Jam and anything from/or about them, anything even rhyming with their name receives the "5-Titty Told-'ya-So" in my opinion!

    8. Most of the story in this book, I've read it somewhere separately in magazine article (i.e famous Rolling Stone article in 1996). But I really enjoy the comprehensive narration from Clarke.It's not a must-have book for Pearl Jam fans, but will be great to have it.

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