Pearl Jam - Vitalogy - Joe List
Pearl Jam fanatic and incomparable comedic talent Joe List digs deep into the band’s third studio album Vitalogy in order to explain why it just might be worth seeing them live at least 40 times before you die. The 500 is a production of Native Creative Podcasts. For show notes, guest playlists, complimentary documentaries, and audiobooks about the music go to The500Podcast.com. New Song / Artist influenced by Pearl Jam: "Rock N Roll" by Welles Join. The. Movement.
There are fans, there are superfans, and then there are people like Joe List. While Joe couldn’t tell one flannel-wearing gaggle of grunge rockers from another when he first bought Pearl Jam’s third studio album Vitalogy in 1994, no other band would ever strike as emotionally resonant a chord deep within him. Something about the heavy guitars, soaring vocals and lyrics heavily laden with meaning and story would drive Joe not only to seek out every B-side and obscure bit of trivia he could stand to commit to memory, but also to see Pearl Jam live in concert at least 40 times. As far as obsessions go, Joe’s love for these sons of Seattle could only ever be surpassed by his prodigious and prolific career in stand-up comedy, which has taken him to the finals of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and the second season of Netflix’s The Stand Ups.
New Song / Artist influenced by Pearl Jam:
"Rock N Roll" by Welles (YouTube)