first_imgWhile making their way to a headlining spot at Bonnaroo earlier this month, Pearl Jam decided to take a bit of a detour to Nashville and do some recording at Jack White‘s Third Man Records studio. The group performed a set in the Blue Room that consisted of “Corduroy”, “Pendulum,” a cover of Pink Floyd‘s “Interstellar Overdrive”, and even had White join them during the encore on “Of The Earth”. Eddie Vedder also stepped inside the Voice-O-Graph booth to record a solo number.Pearl Jam Welcomes Jack White At Intimate Third Man Records Performance In NashvilleThird Man Records has announced that they will release the live session as part of their Vault Series. The special release will include a black-and-gold, split-colored vinyl version of the Pearl Jam set, packaged in a custom jacket, along with a pressing of Vedder’s solo number. A hardcover photo book featuring photos of the session taken by Jamie Goodsell will also be included in the release. Members of Pearl Jam’s Ten Club will received $15 off the total cost.For more info on this special Pearl Jam release, click HERE.[via Consequence of Sound]last_img

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