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 Post subject: The Best Moment In Yield
PostPosted: Fri September 19, 2014 10:14 pm 
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In this thread we talk about the best moments in Yield. Ready....GO!







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I'll do a song by song post later, but the grand prize is probably either the build moments in Given To Fly "a wave came crashing.../he still gives his love..." or the DTE hallelujah sequence.

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That little repeated riff Stone throws in the middle of the Brain of J solo.


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Eddie's throat-shredding scream in DTE.

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The bridge in Faithfull, probably.


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The intro to All Those Yesterdays.

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The intro to All Those Yesterdays.

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The bridge in Faithfull, probably.

My vote too.

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Onetwothreefour, onetwothreefour...

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The performances, and the capturing of those performances.

The writing is actually not all that remarkable, for large swaths of album. But the musicianship and presentation are top shelf.

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The performances, and the capturing of those performances.

The writing is actually not all that remarkable, for large swaths of album. But the musicianship and presentation are top shelf.

Kudos to whoever produced the album!


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"Like a cloud dropping rain..."


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The fact that it marries Pearl Jam's most garage rock tendencies, what Keith Richards would call the "roll" in rock and roll, and Edge-like pedal investigations with No Code's Neil Young-influenced "in the room" recording methods.

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McParadigm wrote:
The performances, and the capturing of those performances.

The writing is actually not all that remarkable, for large swaths of album. But the musicianship and presentation are top shelf.

This is true

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Brain of J. All of it. Every single second from every member.


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Mike's solo in wishlist is probably my second or third favorite solo from him.

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Mike's solo in wishlist is probably my second or third favorite solo from him.
It's a good'un. And yet he's never gone for that high uplifting note towards the end since, kind of like how Ed has never sung 'human being' in GTF the same as on record...

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Brain of J. All of it. Every single second from every member.
I'm totally on board with this. Including that great sonic boom at the end and the deliciously warm intro to Faithfull.


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I am mine and force of nature are pretty similar. So is lightning bolt, though that's stone in the studio

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Yield gave us DTE...which gave us "There's my church. I sing in the choir. Hallelujah"...which is always a huge highlight of a PJ show for me.

Yield also seems to be where PJ really bowed out of the mainstream for a lot of people. Casual fans thought No Code was too wierd, and as a follow up Yield didn't bring it back to another "Ten-like" sound, so a lot of people bailed. That's when I knew I was a hardcore fan. A lot of my friends in high school thought it was so lame that I'd listen to a song like Pilate, for example, and I was like - fuck you guys, I love this band.

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