Pearl Jam - Lost Dogs

Pearl Jam - Lost Dogs - tracklist alba, hodnocen?, recenze

2003

Tracklist:

Disc one:
1. All Night (Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, Jack Irons, Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder) 3:22
Previously unreleased. No Code outtake.

2. Sad (Vedder) 3:39
Previously unreleased. Binaural outtake. Originally titled "Letter to the Dead".

3. Down (Gossard, McCready, Vedder) 3:15
Originally from the "I Am Mine" single.

4. Hitchhiker (Vedder) 3:17
Previously unreleased. Binaural outtake.

5. Don't Gimme No Lip (Gossard) 2:35
Previously unreleased. No Code outtake.

6. Alone (Dave Abbruzzese, Ament, Gossard, McCready, Vedder) 3:11
Originally from the "Go" single. This version has new vocals and slightly different lyrics and is shorter than the B-side version. The music from this version is from the Ten sessions.

7. In the Moonlight (Matt Cameron) 3:07
Previously unreleased. Binaural outtake.

8. Education (Vedder) 2:46
Previously unreleased. Binaural outtake.

9. Black, Red, Yellow (Vedder) 3:26
Originally from the "Hail, Hail" single. This version is longer than the B-side version.

10. U (Vedder) 2:53
Originally from the "Wishlist" single. A different version from the B-side version, featuring Matt Cameron on drums. Listed as "You" on the back cover.

11. Leaving Here (Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr.) 2:51
Originally from the Home Alive: The Art of Self Defense compilation.

12. Gremmie Out of Control (Jimmy Haskell) 2:25
Originally from the Music for Our Mother Ocean Vol. 1 compilation.

13. Whale Song (Irons) 3:35
Originally from the Music for Our Mother Ocean Vol. 3 compilation.

14. Undone (Vedder) 3:10
Originally from the "I Am Mine" single.

15. Hold On (Gossard, Vedder) 4:22
Previously unreleased. Ten outtake.

16. Yellow Ledbetter (Ament, McCready, Vedder) 5:00
Originally from the "Jeremy" single. The song became a radio hit in 1994.


Disc two:
1. Fatal (Gossard) 3:39
Previously unreleased. Binaural outtake. Originally named "Plato", but when Vedder sang the lyric it sounded like he was singing "Play-Doh", so it was changed to "Fatal".

2. Other Side (Ament) 4:04
Originally from the "Save You" single.

3. Hard to Imagine (Gossard, Vedder) 4:35
Originally from the Chicago Cab soundtrack, which is from the Vitalogy sessions. This version is an outtake from the Vs. sessions.

4. Footsteps (Gossard, Vedder) 3:54
Originally from the "Jeremy" single. Recorded live during Pearl Jam's appearance on Rockline on May 11, 1992. The harmonica was not present on the B-side version. The song's music, with different lyrics, also appeared on Temple of the Dog's self-titled LP under the name "Times of Trouble."

5. Wash (Ament, Gossard, Dave Krusen, McCready, Vedder) 3:48
Originally from the "Alive" single. It also appeared as an extra track on European releases of Ten. This version is a different one than the B-side version.

6. Dead Man (Vedder) 4:16
Originally from the "Off He Goes" single. Originally intended for the Dead Man Walking soundtrack, but passed over in favor of Bruce Springsteen's "Dead Man Walkin'".

7. Strangest Tribe (Gossard) 3:49
Originally from the 1999 fan club Christmas single.

8. Drifting (Vedder) 2:53
Originally from the 1999 fan club Christmas single. This version has a different vocal recording than the fan club Christmas single version, sung an octave higher.

9. Let Me Sleep (McCready, Vedder) 2:59
Originally from the 1991 fan club Christmas single.

10. Last Kiss (Wayne Cochran) 3:17
Originally from the 1998 fan club Christmas single. It was released to the public as a single in 1999. It reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, giving Pearl Jam its biggest hit to date.

11. Sweet Lew (Ament) 2:11
Previously unreleased. Binaural outtake.

12. Dirty Frank (Abbruzzese, Ament, Gossard, McCready, Vedder) 5:42
Originally from the "Even Flow" single. It also appeared as an extra track on European releases of Ten. This version is slightly longer than the B-side version and features quite a bit of the lyrics removed.

13. Brother (Gossard) 3:47
Previously unreleased. Ten outtake. All vocals were removed from the original outtake version, making this version of the song an instrumental. McCready recorded a new lead guitar part for this version. Another version of "Brother" with vocals appears on the 2009 Ten reissue and became a radio hit that same year.

14. Bee Girl (Ament, Vedder) 9:55
Previously unreleased. Recorded live during Pearl Jam's appearance on Rockline on October 18, 1993. "Bee Girl" contains the hidden track "4/20/02" at 6:04, roughly four minutes and twenty seconds after "Bee Girl". "4/20/02", a Riot Act outtake, is a song honoring Layne Staley of Alice in Chains.


Obsazení:

Dave Abbruzzese – drums
Jeff Ament – bass guitar, guitar, vocals, cover concept, cover/back photos
Matt Cameron – drums, percussion, guitar
Stone Gossard – guitar, vocals, bass guitar, percussion, production
Jack Irons – drums, guitar, vocals, percussion
Dave Krusen – drums, slit drum
Mike McCready – guitar, piano
Eddie Vedder – guitar, vocals, E-Bow, harmonica, production, additional Polaroid photography

 
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