The episode also saw the songwriter playing “Werewolf” and “Fast As You Can”.
Because every genre’s entitled to one good scare.
The collection spreads out 79 songs over nine LPs.
A collection of songs that prove first impressions really can last forever.
The surreal collaboration includes renditions of “Pale September”, “First Taste”, and The Brains’ “Money Changes Everything”.
Eddie Vedder debuts a new song, performs with Fiona Apple, Social Distortion at Ohana Fest 2017: Watch
Pearl Jam frontman also launches a series of disses at President Trump.
The setlist featured an unreleased track, several covers, and even a cartwheel.
From Aimee Mann to Wilco, these are the songs that didn’t remain the same.
Due out through Vinyl Me, Please, it was remastered from the original analog tapes.
Also: HAIM, Pixies, Ray Lamontagne, Dr. Dog, and The Orwells.
More specifically, those released during this young century…
Fiona Apple and composer Michael Whalen share “Tiny Hands” chant for Women’s March on Washington — listen
“We don’t want your tiny hands/ Anywhere near our underpants.”