PBS aired PJ20
So did anyone watch this Cameron Crowe documentary on Pearl Jam? I loved it, and took a few things away from it.
1 - I was rollin' at the part where they were all drunk and doing the show for the Singles release in front of the Hollywood execs. And Eddie couldnt hear the monitors and was belligerently screaming at the Lighting crew to "turn it up!" - never knowing why he couldnt hear himself over the music, but wondering why the stage was getting brighter and brighter. In frustration he ripped down the partition the lighting crew was behind (thinking they were the sound guys).
Classic rock n roll there.
2 - Stone Gossard barely has anything Pearl Jam in his house, and his Grammy was in a darkened croner of his basement. I could see other members that way, but I wouldnt have guessed it would be Stone, since much of the birth of Pearl Jam creatively in the beginning came from him.
3 - Eddie's moment when he remembered Pete Townsend telling him that Pete was "excited to finally meet him". The human element there was pretty heavy.
If you saw it what did you think?