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October 12, 2006



Photo book captures Pearl Jam's early years


More than 180 previously unreleased photos form the basis of the book 5X1: Pearl Jam Through the Eye of Lance Mercer, which went on sale to the group's fan club members today, Billboard reported.

The volume, which focuses on the first five years of the band's career, is available for $US40 at Pearl Jam's website www.pearljam.com

Mercer, who collaborated with photographer Charles Peterson on the 1998 Pearl Jam photo book Place/Date, joined forces with Pearl Jam in 1992.

"For five years, I focused on photographing Pearl Jam, shooting as close to the action as possible," he said in an email sent to fan club members. "Pearl Jam was a moving target. I learned to adjust to the surroundings and never went anywhere without my camera."

5X1 also includes essays from musicians such as Bruce Springsteen, Pete Townshend, Michael Stipe and Ben Harper, activist Gloria Steinem, director Cameron Crowe, actor Tim Robbins and surfer Kelly Slater.

Having recently completed a European tour, Pearl Jam is taking a break before resuming live duty October 21-22 at Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit outside San Francisco. On Saturday, the group will be honored for its contributions to the Seattle-based charity YouthCare.

source:Reuters



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