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Given To Fly (3 Tracks)

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  • Audio CD (Feb. 1 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Alex
  • ASIN: B00000IK4C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
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Product Description

PEARL JAM Given To Fly (1997 UK Austrian-pressed 3-track CD single includes Pilate plus the non-album bonus recording Leatherman housed in a digipak picture sleeve)

Album Description

The first single from their 1998 & fifth album, 'Yield'.It's backed with the album's 'Pilate' and the previouslyunreleased non-album track 'Leatherman'. Digipak. 1997 release.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9b30cf0c) out of 5 stars 5 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b4b281c) out of 5 stars Get It If You Can Nov. 25 2002
By C. Carvajal - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a rare, hard to find CD single. But if you love Pearl Jam and have a chance to get this CD, then do so -- if just for the love of Pearl Jam alone. It includes the great song GIVEN TO FLY (off of the under rated Yield album) and a great song the band often performs live, LEATHERMAN.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c8e4d44) out of 5 stars Exellent work from Ed and Mike July 24 2002
By N. Jelstrup - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"And he still gives his love, he just gives it away. The love he recieves is the love that is saaaaaaved". This song is flying above all the other great tracks from 1998's Yield. Eddie Vedder and Mike McCready really did the job on this one. It is a catcher AND it will just continue to grow on you. It is an catcher and a grower! Most Pearl Jam songs needs to grow on you for you to find the exellence in them. Given To Fly is very strong live as well. Check ot the Milan version and the St. Louis version, Incredible. The B-sides here are "Pilate"(another song from Yield) and "Leatherman". It sounds great and I think they used it on a christmas vinyl as a gift for the fans in the fan club. I believe they get a vinyl every year with some goodies on them.
I suggest you buy the whole album than this particular single. Enjoy...
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9b04aeac) out of 5 stars Quite possibly one of pearl jams best songs? Feb. 19 2003
By fleepue detoro - Published on
Format: Audio CD
After the realse of vitology, pearl jam steped out of the spotlight indefinetly, only to surface momentarily. Yeild in my personal opioin is as if pearl jam left off of the sounds of vitology and no code and picked right back up on the catchy/rocking sounds of ten and vs. "given to fly" is no exception, altough strangely sounding like led zeppelin's "going to callifornia" has a very impressive melodic/memorable content to it. Begining on a soft key, rocking, soft key only makes it for the better to listein to reapeatly.
HASH(0x9b9f2990) out of 5 stars A promising step forward Aug. 9 2006
By Ryan Fry - Published on
Format: Audio CD
During the late 1990's, Pearl Jam was experiencing growing pains. After the disappointing sales of their oddly experimental fourth effort, No Code, Pearl Jam's fanbase was waning. Consequently, the band's fifth effort, Yield, shows Eddie Vedder and friends learning from their previous mistakes. Such progression is evidenced on this single. "Given to Fly", presents a subtle lean toward adult alternative while still maintaining the youthful grit of grunge, not to mention the riffs bear an intentional resemblance to the Led Zeppelin classic "Going to California". "Pilate" follows a similar formula - minus the Zeppelin homage - with equally satisfying results. Ultimately, the "Given to Fly" single proves that Pearl Jam could still make music that balanced depth with accessibility, and with the humorous exclusive track "Leatherman" to boot, this release samples the lighthearted side of Pearl Jam during its finest hour.
HASH(0x9b114d74) out of 5 stars pj nut here July 30 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
i am a pj nut i will buy anything pj. the reason YOUI should get this is because it has LEATHERMAN an incredible unrealwased b side, it is as good as yellow ledbetter