Pearl Jam – Jeremy

Music video by Pearl Jam performing Jeremy. (C) 1991 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.

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Eddie Vedder singing Jeremy – VOCALS ONLY!

I do not own anything. All rights to their respective owners. Eddie Vedder sings Jeremy without music. Clips from Pinkpop 1992.

Is there a saxophone played in Jeremy by Pearl Jam? I swear I hear a saxophone being played near the end of the song as Eddie Vedder is screaming!! Is this true?? (PJ is the best band in the world anyway)

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Wrong category, but according to Wikipedia’s article on ‘Ten’ there is no saxophone at all in the album, including ‘Jeremy.’ You’re probably hearing one of three instruments used in the album:1) Cello2) Organ3) Synthesized saxophone-esque sound. but I’m not sure. Maybe someone else can shed more light!

Is pearl jams lead singer a redneck wannabe? I think he is because he sings just like james hetfield and also he supports and advocates the realese of these psychotic juggalos that kidnaped, raped,tourtured and killed 3 8yo little boys in arkansas,dont believe me? Google it and btw jeremy is the worst song ever made,So what do you think?
this is what i think:heydomeafavor.com/Eddie Vedder is the best! Maybe YOU are the redneck wannabe!

What compelled Eddie Vedder and Jeff Ament to write “Jeremy”? I mean i know where the story came from..the kid.. Jeremy Delle, who shot himself, but i was just wondering why they felt it important to write a song and make a video about it?
From the Wikipedia article:The song takes its main inspiration from a newspaper article about a 15-year-old boy named Jeremy Wade Delle, born February 10, 1975, from Richardson, Texas who shot himself in front of his English classmates at Richardson High School

As your first answerer said, they read about Jeremy Delle in a newspaper article. In a 2009 interview, Vedder said that he felt “the need to take that small article and make something of it—to give that action, to give it reaction, to give it more importance.”There were 2 reasons behind the song.When asked about the song, Vedder explained: It came from a small paragraph in a paper which means you kill yourself and you make a big old sacrifice and try to get your revenge. That all you’re gonna end up with is a paragraph in a newspaper. Sixty-three degrees and cloudy in a suburban neighborhood. That’s the beginning of the video and that’s the same thing is that in the end, it does nothing … nothing changes. The world goes on and you’re gone. The best revenge is to live on and prove yourself. Be stronger than those people. And then you can come back.The other story that the song is based on involved a student that Vedder knew from his junior high school in San Diego, California. He elaborated further in a 1991 interview: I actually knew somebody in junior high school, in San Diego, California, that did the same thing, just about, didn’t take his life but ended up shooting up an oceanography room. I remember being in the halls and hearing it and I had actually had altercations with this kid in the past. I was kind of a rebellious fifth-grader and I think we got in fights and stuff. So it’s a bit about this kid named Jeremy and it’s also a bit about a kid named Brian that I knew and I don’t know.the song, I think it says a lot. I think it goes somewhere.and a lot of people interpret it different ways and it’s just been recently that I’ve been talking about the true meaning behind it and I hope no one’s offended and believe me, I think of Jeremy when I sing it.

What are some good, modern day, bands with a baritone singer? I’m trying to hone my skills.
PEARL JAM. the singer EDDIE VEDDER is known for his golden baritone voice and they have a new album called BACKSPACER but i would listen to songs like black, alive, jeremy, betterman to get the full expirenece from his voice

This is hard to find is modern pop. I always go to josh turner. He’s a country singer but he’s got the best baritone voice out there. I’d listen closely and take what you can to translate it to modern pop/rock.

Who are some famous and succesful atheists; in history or alive today? Anyone well known.
The first one that comes to mind is Bill Gates, but I don’t tend to dabble in this affair often, so I don’t remember most of their names.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_atheistsThere are more than I could possibly account in such a limited space, but this link should suffice.

There are more than I can list.Just celebrities. Douglas Adams, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Woody Allen, Lance Armstrong, Darren Aronofsky, Isaac Asimov, Dan Barker, Dave Barry, Ingmar Bergman, Richard Branson, James Cameron, George Carlin, John Carmack, Adam Carolla, John Carpenter, Asia Carrera, Fidel Castro, Noam Chomsky, Jeremy Clarkson, Billy Connolly, Francis Crick, David Cronenberg, David Cross, Alan Cumming, Rodney Dangerfield, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Ani DiFranco, Micky Dolenz, Harlan Ellison, Richard Feynman, Harvey Fierstein, Larry Flynt, Dave Foley, Jodie Foster, Janeane Garofalo, Bill Gates, Bob Geldof, Ricky Gervais, Ira Glass, James Gleick, Robert Heinlein, Ernest Hemingway, Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Hitchens, Jamie Hyneman, Eddie Izzard, Penn Jillette, Billy Joel, Diane Keaton, Michael Kinsley, Artie Lange, Richard Leakey, Bruce Lee, Tom Lehrer, John Lennon, Tom Leykis, James Lipton, H.P. Lovecraft, Bill Maher, John Malkovich, Barry Manilow, Todd McFarlane, Sir Ian McKellen, Arthur Miller, Frank Miller, Marvin Minsky, Julianne Moore, Rafael Nadal, Randy Newman, Mike Nichols, Jack Nicholson, Gary Numan, Bob Odenkirk, Patton Oswalt, Camille Paglia, Steven Pinker, Paula Poundstone, Terry Pratchett, Robin Quivers, James Randi, Ron Reagan Jr., Keanu Reeves, Rick Reynolds, Gene Roddenberry, Joe Rogan, Henry Rollins, Andy Rooney, Salman Rushdie, Bob Simon, Steven Soderbergh, Annika Sorenstam, George Soros, Richard Stallman, Howard Stern, Julia Sweeney, Teller, Studs Terkel, Pat Tillman, Linus Torvalds, Alan Turing, Eddie Vedder, Gore Vidal, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Steven Weinberg, Joss Whedon, Ted Williams, Steve Wozniak, HUNDREDS MORE.

Douglas Adams, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Woody Allen, Lance Armstrong, Darren Aronofsky, Isaac Asimov, Dan Barker, Dave Barry, Ingmar Bergman, Richard Branson, James Cameron, George Carlin, John Carmack, Adam Carolla, John Carpenter, Asia Carrera, Fidel Castro, Noam Chomsky, Jeremy Clarkson, Billy Connolly, Francis Crick, David Cronenberg, David Cross, Alan Cumming, Rodney Dangerfield, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Ani DiFranco, Micky Dolenz, Harlan Ellison, Richard Feynman, Harvey Fierstein, Larry Flynt, Dave Foley, Jodie Foster, Janeane Garofalo, Bill Gates, Bob Geldof, Ricky Gervais, Ira Glass, James Gleick, Robert Heinlein, Ernest Hemingway, Katharine Hepburn, Christopher Hitchens, Jamie Hyneman, Eddie Izzard, Penn Jillette, Billy Joel, Diane Keaton, Michael Kinsley, Artie Lange, Richard Leakey, Bruce Lee, Tom Lehrer, John Lennon, Tom Leykis, James Lipton, H.P. Lovecraft, Bill Maher, John Malkovich, Barry Manilow, Todd McFarlane, Sir Ian McKellen, Arthur Miller, Frank Miller, Marvin Minsky, Julianne Moore, Rafael Nadal, Randy Newman, Mike Nichols, Jack Nicholson, Gary Numan, Bob Odenkirk, Patton Oswalt, Camille Paglia, Steven Pinker, Paula Poundstone, Terry Pratchett, Robin Quivers, James Randi, Ron Reagan Jr., Keanu Reeves, Rick Reynolds, Gene Roddenberry, Joe Rogan, Henry Rollins, Andy Rooney, Salman Rushdie, Bob Simon, Steven Soderbergh, Annika Sorenstam, George Soros, Richard Stallman, Howard Stern, Julia Sweeney, Teller, Studs Terkel, Pat Tillman, Linus Torvalds, Alan Turing, Eddie Vedder, Gore Vidal, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Steven Weinberg, Joss Whedon, Ted Williams, Steve WozniakThe Agnosticthose who declare themselves agnosticMargaret Atwood, Antonio Banderas, Susie Bright, Warren Buffett, Vincent Bugliosi, Dick Cavett, Robert X. Cringely, Clarence Darrow, Charles Darwin, Alan Dershowitz, Richard Dreyfuss, Umberto Eco, Timothy Ferris, Carrie Fisher, Bill Gates, Stephen Jay Gould, Matt Groening, Bob Guccione, Robert (Bob) James Lee Hawke, David Horowitz, Bob Hoskins, Robert Jastrow, Matt Johnson, Jack Kevorkian, Larry King, Tony Kushner, Dave Matthews, Larry Niven, Neil Peart, Sean Penn, Roman Polanski, Bertrand Russell, Carl Sagan, James Taylor, Charles Templeton, Uma Thurman, Ted Turner, Robert Anton Wilson

richard dawkins, renowned biologist and self professed atheist, very prominent in the media arguing its point.stephen fry, english national treasure, writer, on tv for all sorts, has directed films, big on twitter.ricky gervais, one of the worlds most popular stand up comedians, hillarious in my opinion and sticks it to hollywood, the man, etcbill hicks i think. another hugely famous comic, supposedly best of all time.ben franklyn was a deist, which in those oppresive times meant “i dont think there is a god, but i like my teeth”