topaz wrote:This film blew my mind.
I loved it, a lot. It made me more grateful to be a part of Pearl Jam and it's history, so thankful for having their music (pretty much on a daily basis, I can safely say that round here without too many sideways glances )
I always knew I was lucky that "my" band kept going, kept putting out music that seemed to change and grow at the same time I did. I had an idea that it wasn't always an easy road for them all. I am just profoundly grateful that they are still recording and touring. We Are So Lucky!
What an emotional rollercoaster. I got swept away and yea, sung, chairdanced, laughed, and yep, got watery eyes too. I really feel lucky to have known the music for all these years.
And of course....it has made it IMPERATIVE that I see them again, soon, live! Did that happen to you all? I can't wait to see them again! And I live a LONG way from Mexico....
Sincere props and thanks to everyone involved, not least: thank you so much Pearl Jam...
"my" band - ???? - that's funny, I thought it was MY band
Everything about it was great, teared up several times during it. Not that I ever needed convincing, but this is exactly why I love this band - the honesty.
Can't wait for the DVD.