Grunge has always been a genre used to express the hardships and turmoil of life. And for the kings of the Puget Sound, these unfortunate hardships will serve as the fuel that propels them into stardom.
Episode written by J. Thorn, edited by Eve Paludan.
Recorded at 88.7 FM WJCU studios.
Audio mixed and engineered by Adam Phillips.
Produced by J. Thorn and Adam Phillips.
All research was conducted at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – Library and Archives in Cleveland, Ohio, with a special thanks to Jennie Thomas, Director of Archives, William Jackson, Archives Assistant, Sule Holder, Library Assistant, and Laura Maidens, Librarian.
California Wind – Bruno E.
Fresno Alley-Josh Lippi & The Overtimers
Burning Time – Threefold Law
Hueristics for the Brain- pATCHES
Introspective Spacewalk- Asher Fulero
Shoelace- Quincas Moreira
St Francis- Josh Lippi & The Overtimers
The Saloon Josh Lippi & The Overtimers
They Might Not- Puddle of Infinity
adriann- door slam- from Freesound.org
Hupguy- heart monitor- from Freesound.org
ukjoncollins billingsgate fish market- from Freesound.org
soapybubl- low boom- from Freesound.org
StrangerEight- acoustic ambient- from Freesound.org
aceinet- Floyd filtertron AC- from Freesound.org
InspectorJ- ambience seaside waves close A- from Freesound.org
Johanneskristjansson- cheer crowd- from Freesound.org
zerolagtime- tape slow1- from Freesound.org
For a complete list of sources cited, see the show notes for this episode.
Grunge. Abrams, 2009.
Yarm, Mark. Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge. Crown Archetype, 2011.
Clarke, Martin. None Too Fragile: Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder. Plexus, 2011.
Neely, Kim. Five Against One: The Pearl Jam Story. Penguin Books, 1998.
Peterson, Charles, and Lance Mercer. Pearl Jam: Place/Date. Universe, 1999.
Pearl Jam Twenty. Simon & Schuster, 2011.
Museum of Pop Culture, Seattle, WA.