Ramon Posted January 7, 2012 Share Posted January 7, 2012 I've sparked up a bit of conversation about this in my other thread some time ago but I figured I'd put it in a seperate thread. Eddie Vedder is one of my favorite singers and I always have been wondering about his technique. I'm a nobody when it comes to knowledge on singing so that's why I'm posting this here:P I believe that back in the Ten days, he had pretty poor technique and pulled chest alot because he often sounded like he shouted and strained alot. Now I think he has better technique when he goes higher because it sounds less strained and more 'heady'. (just my opinion though, again, I don't know much ) Compare these two live performances of the song 'State Of Love And Trust', one from the 1992 unplugged where I think that he had poor technique and a more recent one, 2009 I think. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=da46tpono_M The chorus sounds to me like he is just shouting it out there? Here it sounds more heady in my opinion. I'd like to know what you guys think regarding his technique.. seeing as my knowledge is very limited. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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