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 Post subject: Eddie Vedder - Ukulele Songs (May 31, 2011)
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New Eddie Vedder Album “Ukulele Songs”

Digital single “Longing to Belong" available digitally starting today

Eddie Vedder will release a solo album, Ukulele Songs, on Tuesday, May 31st (May 30th internationally) through Pearl Jam's Monkeywrench Records. Ukulele Songs is a collection of original songs and covers performed by Vedder on ukulele. The first single from the album, "Longing to Belong," will be available for sale through digital retailers on Tuesday, March 22nd (March 21st internationally).

Ten Club pre-sale info will be announced at a later date, stay tuned!

Ukulele Songs Album Tracklisting:

1. Can't Keep
2. Sleeping by Myself
3. Without You
4. More Than You Know
5. Goodbye
6. Broken Heart
7. Satellite
8. Longing to Belong
9. Hey Fahkah
10. You're True
11. Light Today
12. Sleepless Nights (featuring Glen Hansard)
13. Once in Awhile
14. Waving Palms
15. Tonight You Belong to Me (featuring Cat Power)
16. Dream a Little Dream

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So...anyone here heard it? Those songs are easily some of Ed's strongest lyrics to date and sometimes I feel like they've had a bigger impact on me than Pearl Jam tunes.

Satellite
Can't Keep
Goodbye
Brokenheart
Longing To Belong
You're True

(am I missing any)

The things I would do to hear this...

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 Post subject: Re: Eddie solo uke album
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ledvedderman wrote:
So...anyone here heard it? Those songs are easily some of Ed's strongest lyrics to date and sometimes I feel like they've had a bigger impact on me than Pearl Jam tunes.

Satellite
Can't Keep
Goodbye
Brokenheart
Longing To Belong
You're True

(am I missing any)

The things I would do to hear this...


I've never heard any of these except Can't Keep. And yeah, you're obviously forgetting Soon Forget.


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 Post subject: Re: Eddie solo uke album
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I'm so hoping this gets released at some point. Broken Hearted, Goodbye and Longing To Belong are 3 of my favourite Ed compositions, ever. The chords are all wonderfully put together, and these songs are just loaded with melody.

I suspect there are a few more that Ed hasn't played live. Even if not, it would make a great EP. I just hope they're recorded well, I think the Goodbye recording that appeared on the Broke Down Melody soundtrack was disappointing after hearing the live recording for so long.


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 Post subject: Re: Eddie solo uke album
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Irving wrote:
ledvedderman wrote:
So...anyone here heard it? Those songs are easily some of Ed's strongest lyrics to date and sometimes I feel like they've had a bigger impact on me than Pearl Jam tunes.

Satellite
Can't Keep
Goodbye
Brokenheart
Longing To Belong
You're True

(am I missing any)

The things I would do to hear this...


I've never heard any of these except Can't Keep. And yeah, you're obviously forgetting Soon Forget.

Here are some:

Broken Hearted
Goodbye
Longing To Belong
Satellite
You're True

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 Post subject: Re: Eddie solo uke album
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 Post subject: Re: Eddie solo uke album
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I fucking hate the ukelele. Please don't let this be released.

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Thanks to gremmie.net. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Eddie solo uke album
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This is the holy grail of wanted studio material for me. I realize we have most of these in good live recordings, but still would love to see what was laid down in studio. Obviously Cant Keep and Goodbye have seen light of day, but i'd love to hear the rest. I remember there was a Kelly Slater interview a long time ago and they asked his favorite albums of the year, and the uke sessions were #1 for him.

Someone hijack that ready go.


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randallanddarcy wrote:
I fucking hate the ukelele. Please don't let this be released.

nobody forces you to buy or even listen to it..

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Pegasus wrote:
randallanddarcy wrote:
I fucking hate the ukelele. Please don't let this be released.

nobody forces you to buy or even listen to it..

This is true. I can still use the internet to talk shite like everyone else though.

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Randall runs rings round the rmers on the sea shore..

I'd like to hear this record. Big fan of can't keep and one of the others I heard..Plus i'm not a soon forget hater like most people seem to be. Could be a great little record or EP.

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Randall runs rings round the rmers on the sea shore..

I'd like to hear this record. Big fan of can't keep and one of the others I heard..Plus i'm not a soon forget hater like most people seem to be. Could be a great little record or EP.

Or seven inch single-sided single.

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Damn. I wish Ed's voice still resonated and sounded as deep and clear and strong as it does on these recordings. Thank's for posting those.


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 Post subject: Re: Eddie solo uke album
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I remember the incredible amount of one-line bullshit going on prior to these shows. - Ed doesn't deserve to be there - He's going to suck - He'll do covers - How awful it's going to be, people will walk out. Instead, he presents songs that rip your heart out.

I'd love any album from this guy. I don't care what instrument he uses. No instrument at all is fine, or a fucking cowbell. Seriously. A chorus of KAZOOs. I can't wait for the new PJ album

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That song he did with Beck still haunts me..in a good way...just that part 'why did you go? why did you go? don't you know? don't you know? I need you'

the melodies and the way their voices lift together is amazing. It was a shitty recording I heard but it was still spine tingling.

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dimejinky99 wrote:
That song he did with Beck still haunts me..in a good way...just that part 'why did you go? why did you go? don't you know? don't you know? I need you'

the melodies and the way their voices lift together is amazing. It was a shitty recording I heard but it was still spine tingling.


Me too. What a magical show. Brilliant, both of them. These 2000 solo shows were an eye opener to a lot of people. I'm so glad he did it.

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Well I was kinda sceptical, as in 'oh here's Ed on a fugazi/make the indie crowd think I'm cool' vibe again, but it really did turn a lotta their heads..

I had a wonderful chat with the guy from (is it dead moon? the band with the violoin player from australia?)
anyways he told me he was always a hater of theirs but saw him play that night and was begrudgingly impressed, but then Ed came to their dressing room after their show and he couldn't hate him anymore 'cos he was so lovely to them and a big fan too..(I was thinking, NOBODY does a better star fucker than Ed, and really nobody in the industry does apparently) but it was still cool to hear a genuine indie guy give him respect.
It's not dead moon..I can't remember the name of the band and theyve supported the frames a few times and Ed has name dropped them a few times too..feck..

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the dirty three!!! it was the Dirty Three....i can relax now

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It is possible that the young and bubblingly adorable 25 year old we saw on MTV at the beginning of this trip, has grown up into a really nice man. That's, you know,... ACTUALLY possible. He could be a genuinely good man. Someone you'd love if they weren't famous and they were your friend. A good person. I know some people whose very presence brings joy.

Now, I'm not sayin' but I'm just sayin', what does it say about us when we have to think star fucker, when every single account of him as a person is that he's a decent, soft spoken, enthusiastic about music to the point of irrationality, loving human being?

We don't know. He brings us musical joy. Why can't we give him the benefit of the doubt as a fellow human being is beyond me.

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Thanks to this thread, I just listened to the uke version of Can't Keep again from Benaroya Hall. This has got to be one of the coolest things he's done with the uke. It was fucking awesome and I love how the crowd shows their appreciation afterwards.

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