Pearl Jam’s ‘Yield’

Pearl Jam’s ‘Yield’ is their fifth studio album released on February 3, 1998 by Epic.

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Track Listing : 1.Brain Of J. (Eddie Vedder,Mike Mccready) – 02:59 . 2.Faithfull (Eddie Vedder, Mike Mccready) – 04:18 . 3.No Way (Stone Gossard) – 04:19 . 4.Given To Fly (Mike Mccready) – 04:01 . 5.Wishlist (Eddie Vedder) – 03:26 . 6.Pilate (Jeff Ament) – 03:00 . 7.Do The Evolution (Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard) – 03:54 . 8.Untitled (Jack Irons) – 01:06 . 9.Mfc (Eddie Vedder) – 02:27 . 10.Low Light (Jeff Ament) – 03:46 . 11.In Hiding (Eddie Vedder, Stone Gossard) – 05:00 . 12.Push Me, Pull Me(Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament) – 02:28 . 13.All Those Yesterdays(Stone Gossard) – 07:47

Musicians : Pearl Jam – Band . Jeff Ament – Bass Guitar, Vocals . Stone Gossard – Rhythm Guitar, Vocals, Bass And Lead Guitar On ‘Do The Evolution’; Credited As “Carpenter Newton” For Album Concept . Jack Irons – Drums, Percussion . Mike Mccready – Lead Guitar . Eddie Vedder – Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar

Production : Produced By Brendan O’Brien, Pearl Jam . Matt Bayles – Engineer . Nick Didia – Engineer, Mixing . Sam Hofstedt – Engineer . Brendan O’Brien – Mixing . Ryan Williams – Engineer . Rodney Mills’ Masterhouse – Mastering

Package : Jeff Ament – Photography, Artwork . Barry Ament – Artwork . George Estrada – Artwork . Jerry Gay – Photography . J. Glacier – Photography . Greg Montijo – Photography . Carpenter Newton – Concept . Coby Schultz – Artwork

Recorded February–September 1997 At Studio Litho And Studio X, Seattle, Washington; Southern Tracks Recording And Doppler Studios, Atlanta, Georgia.

Released On February 3, 1998 By Epic.

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Loudwire
But more importantly for the band’s longevity, the Yield sessions reset the way in which Pearl Jam worked and laid the groundwork for fruitful creative ventures to come. […]

music critic
Had enough about Eddie, well there is a band too. A great band. Possibly one of the greatest bands around right now. I may get flamed by some people for saying so, but I believe it to be true. […]

Rolling Stone
As you’d expect, Eddie Vedder is still the star of the show, and Yield offers plenty of new chapters in the ongoing story of Eddie and his tortured soul. The big difference in these songs is that Vedder is singing more frankly than ever about his life as an adult. […]

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Pearl Jam’s ‘Yield’

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