Pearl Jam—Live At The Garden

Filmed this summer at Madison Square Garden, this performance confirms Eddie Vedder's Seattle crew as one of the most exciting bands of their generation. Driven by Vedder's intense presence, they move easily from full-throttle punk attack to brooding ballad, and attain a communal thrall equalled only by The Boss in full flight. Ben Harper and Buzzcocks feature, but it's the electricity between the stage and audience that's truly special.

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Filmed this summer at Madison Square Garden, this performance confirms Eddie Vedder’s Seattle crew as one of the most exciting bands of their generation. Driven by Vedder’s intense presence, they move easily from full-throttle punk attack to brooding ballad, and attain a communal thrall equalled only by The Boss in full flight. Ben Harper and Buzzcocks feature, but it’s the electricity between the stage and audience that’s truly special.

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