Thursday, February 01, 2007

Pearl Jam - Vitalogy Demos July 1994

It's always good to find Pearl Jam demo's and share them with my good friends. Although I am most often trumped by my good blogger-friend Heather B. at 'I Am Fuel, You Are Friends', I still plug away at it. 'Vitalogy' was really the last Pearl Jam album I listened to as a whole. I still enjoy their live concert discs and assorted tracks but no longer just put one on and listen all the way through. Must be getting real old, eh? Two of my favorite songs of theirs are represented her in demo form and I am thrilled to hear them - 'Corduroy' and 'Better Man'. Hope you like it, too.

01 Warm Up
02 Last Exit
03 Corduroy
04 Guitar Effect #1
05 Spin the Black Circle
06 Not For You
07 Tremor Christ
08 Nothingman
09 Whipping
10 Satan's Bed
11 Bugs
12 Guitar Effect #2
13 Better Man
14 Hard to Imagine
15 Corduroy (Mix 2)
16 Corduroy (Mix 2)
17 Hard to Imagine

These are flac's and I am forbidden to encode them to mp3, so help yourselves once you get them!
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DaddyRich said...

Anonymous said...

i know you don't want these transfered to mp3's, but how do you burn these to cd???
i've got a flac program, but i can't figure it out for some reason....any help would be awesome!!!

thanks again for the demos!!


Anonymous said...

I use nero for burning cd's, and all I had to do was download a codec for flac to be able to burn them directly to disc. I don't remember where I found the codec, but it's out there...
I also know there are programs for converting to mp3. I bet you will find a good one at

And to daddyrich: thank you for lots and lots of great downloads. it's highly appreciated.


DaddyRich said...

It's not that I don't want these converted to mp3's...not at all. I much prefer mp3 but certain snobbish sharing sites get all riled up seeing "their' .shn and flac files "degraded" to mp3 format. I am not a lossless snob so I encourage you to do so and enjoy them.

Dose808 said...

Having problems with this won't unzip correctly, I keep getting an error window.....

Anonymous said...

does anyone know how to get out from .DAT file into Adobe Premier 7.0?

thanks for the help!