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 Post subject: Re: A safe place for discussion and appreciation of Jack Iro
PostPosted: Sat October 21, 2017 11:27 pm 
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I feel like listening to Pearl Jam today. What's a good quality Jack-era show?

March 5th, 1998.


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Jack’s best live work with the band was on the Mirrorball tour

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 Post subject: Re: A safe place for discussion and appreciation of Jack Iro
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I would have given both nuts and maybe even a hand to see the Mirrorball tour live and in person.


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 Post subject: Re: A safe place for discussion and appreciation of Jack Iro
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I believe the Dublin show on this tour was professionally filmed, hopefully some of this stuff finds its way out through Neil's archival releases.


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I believe the Dublin show on this tour was professionally filmed, hopefully some of this stuff finds its way out through Neil's archival releases.



It was. Filmed by Jim Sheridan. On panovisiom cameras.

RITFW on PJ20 is From that dublin footage

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 Post subject: Re: A safe place for discussion and appreciation of Jack Iro
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Some superlative Jack Irons moments in these clips, including Animal from the first time I saw the band:



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Some superlative Jack Irons moments in these clips, including Animal from the first time I saw the band:


Thanks for posting this. What a band this used to be.

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It also reminded me how great a song "Present Tense" is.

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The peak of this band as a unit was in late '97/early '98.

Basically watch Single Video Theory and listen to Give Way and that's everything you need.

They had recently created Yield, for which they all contributed.

They had incredible chops after weeks of intense rehearsal for the Rolling Stones shows and subsequent Yield tour, which was a reintroduction of sorts that clearly mattered to them.

They had found the perfect mix of adventurism and accessibility.

And they still had Jack.

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 Post subject: Re: A safe place for discussion and appreciation of Jack Iro
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The peak of this band as a unit was in late '97/early '98.

Basically watch Single Video Theory and listen to Give Way and that's everything you need.

They had recently created Yield, for which they all contributed.

They had incredible chops after weeks of intense rehearsal for the Rolling Stones shows and subsequent Yield tour, which was a reintroduction of sorts that clearly mattered to them.

They had found the perfect mix of adventurism and accessibility.

And they still had Jack.


Ed had just begun learning how to enjoy himself while also having something to prove and having complete vocal control. So, he still had a snarl and a bite but was also enjoying himself. made for awesome shows and charisma. And I loved his outfits.


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 Post subject: Re: A safe place for discussion and appreciation of Jack Iro
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Strat wrote:
evenslow wrote:
The peak of this band as a unit was in late '97/early '98.

Basically watch Single Video Theory and listen to Give Way and that's everything you need.

They had recently created Yield, for which they all contributed.

They had incredible chops after weeks of intense rehearsal for the Rolling Stones shows and subsequent Yield tour, which was a reintroduction of sorts that clearly mattered to them.

They had found the perfect mix of adventurism and accessibility.

And they still had Jack.


Ed had just begun learning how to enjoy himself while also having something to prove and having complete vocal control. So, he still had a snarl and a bite but was also enjoying himself. made for awesome shows and charisma. And I loved his outfits.

Yeah prime Ed hair as well.

Your description of his voice here is exactly what I'm getting at - it was a best of both worlds era for them. Energy and control.

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