Pearl Jam's 2nd Seattle Show Features Kim Thayil, Mark Arm, & "Missing" Chris Cornell Cover

Pearl Jam covered Chris Cornell's "Missing" at their 2nd Seattle show on Friday (August 10th).  Kim Thayil also came out to perform MC5's Kick Out The Jam's, and later returned to join Mark Arm of Mudhoney for "Search & Destroy" and "Sonic Reducer". 

Below are some of our video clips of the Missing and Kick Out The Jams performances.  We will also add photos to this post soon.

Sonic Reducer with Kim Thayil and Mark Arm of Mudhoney. Video by North South Central Live

All video clips are ours except for Sonic Reducer which is from  North South Central Live

Video List: Songs Covered By Chris Cornell

Covers by Chris Cornell

Throughout his career, Chris paid homage to artists he admired by covering their songs through his solo work. Here is a comprehensive list:

(use the menu at the top of the YouTube player to choose a song, or scroll down for list)

Billie Jean (Michael Jackson cover)


Thank You (Led Zeppelin cover)


A Day in the Life (The Beatles cover)


Imagine (John Lennon cover)


The Times They Are A-Changin' (Bob Dylan cover)


Nothing Compares 2 U (Prince cover)


One (U2/Metallica cover)


Redemption Song (Bob Marley & The Wailers cover)


River of Deceit (Mad Season cover)


(What's So Funny 'bout) Peace, Love and Understanding (Brinsley Schwarz cover)


State Trooper (Bruce Springsteen cover)


Man of Golden Words (Mother Love Bone cover)


To Love Somebody (Bee Gees cover)


Ticket to Ride (The Beatles cover)


I Threw It All Away (Bob Dylan cover)


Tangerine (Led Zeppelin cover)


A Satisfied Mind (Joe Hayes cover)


Dark Globe (Syd Barrett cover)


Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin cover)


Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin cover)


Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd cover)


Long as I Can See the Light (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)


You've Got to Hide Your Love Away (The Beatles cover)


Footsteps (Pearl Jam cover)


Ave Maria (Franz Schubert cover)


House Where Nobody Lives (Tom Waits cover)


Atlantic City (Bruce Springsteen cover)


Hotel California (Eagles cover)

Chris Cornell - Hotel California & Like a Stone @ 4th Annual Stuart House Benefit from jeff ansari on Vimeo.



Dear Prudence (The Beatles cover)


Sad Sad City (Ghostland Observatory cover)


Better Man (Pearl Jam cover)


Thunder Road (Bruce Springsteen cover)


Crazy Love (Van Morrison cover)


Good Times Bad Times (Led Zeppelin cover)


I've Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding cover)


Trouble (Cat Stevens cover)


Free Bird (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)


Oh! Darling (The Beatles cover)


Lady Stardust (David Bowie cover)


Endless Eyes (Alain Johannes cover)


Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash cover)


Problem Child (AC/DC cover)


Don't Let It Bring You Down (Neil Young cover)


I Will Always Love You (Dolly Parton cover)


I Put a Spell on You (Screamin' Jay Hawkins cover)


In My Time of Dying (Blind Willie Johnson cover)


Nothin' at All (Heart cover) [not found played on November 1, 2008 by Chris Cornell at Roseland Theater, Portland, OR, USA ]

Won't Get Fooled Again (The Who cover) [not found played on Dec 7, 2008 Kennedy Center Honors 2008]

(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay (Otis Redding cover)


Little Black Submarines (The Black Keys cover) [not found played Jun 6, 2016 The Palace Theater Waterbury, CT]

Wild Horses (The Rolling Stones cover)


Stay With Me Baby (Lorraine Ellison cover)


Every Breath You Take (The Police cover)


Gentle Ghosts (Alain Johannes cover) [played Nov 10, 2011 Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires]

Marie, Marie (The Blasters cover) [played Nov 23, 2013 Lincoln Theatre Washington DC]

Kentucky Woman (Neil Diamond cover)


Spider (Alain Johannes cover) [played Nov 10, 2011 Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires]

When Doves Cry (Prince cover) [played Nov 12, 2012 Bowery Ballroom, NYC]

Ring Them Bells (Bob Dylan cover)


Vanity (The Avett Brothers cover)


Stay With Me (Lorraine Ellison cover) [Jan 28, 2016 The Roxy, West Hollywood, CA]

Mother (John Lennon cover)


Politician (Cream cover) [September 3, 2007 Roundhouse, London]

Stay (Rihanna cover) [Nov 1, 2013 Cadillac Palace, Chicago IL]
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Bela Lugosi's Dead (Bauhaus cover)


Going to California (Led Zeppelin cover)


Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin cover)


Stranglehold (Ted Nugent cover) [Nov 6, 2007 Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC]

Long Gone Day | River Of Deceit | I Don't Know Anything - (Mad Season; 01.30.2015)


Drive My Car (The Beatles)

Our next lists will include covers Soundgarden and Audioslave have done together. If you have footage or a recording of any of the missing covers listed, please contact us so we can get it up! Thanks.

- Lea

Matt. Fucking. Cameron.

With a new solo album coming out this month, we wanted to do a quick recap of Matt's side-project work in the past. No boring history lesson, just some of our favorite projects. 
 

Hater
Matt and Ben were both part of Hater, along with John McBain from Monster Magnet, and released their first album in 1993.  They recorded the follow up, "The 2nd", in 1995 but it wasn't released until 2005.
 

 

 

Matt Cameron – drums, vocals (1993–1997, 2005)
John McBain – guitar (1993–1997)
Ben Shepherd – guitar, vocals
John Waterman – bass (1993–1995)
Brian Wood – vocals (1993–1995)
Alan Davis – bass (1995–1997)
Andrew Church – bass (2005)
Bubba Dupree – guitar (2005)
Andy Duvall – drums (2005)

Listen To Hater:  Spotify | Apple Music/iTunes 

Wellwater Conspiracy

Matt, Ben and John McBain also formed Wellwater Conspiracy in 1993, and released singles including Sleeveless the same year, eventually releasing 3 albums: Declaration of Conformity (1997), Brotherhood of Electric: Operational Directives (1999), The Scroll and Its Combinations (2001), and Wellwater Conspiracy (2003)

I found the song "What Becomes Of The Clock" as an Amazon MP3 exclusive bonus track and it's always been my favorite track from the band. 

Guest artists on Wellwater Conspiracy albums include Kim Thayil on a few tracks of The Scroll and Its Combinations, and Josh Homme on Team Lambchop, Red Light Green Light, and Ladder To The Moon (all on Brotherhood of Electric). 

(Plus Eddie Vedder on Felicity's Surprise)

Matt Cameron – vocals, drums
John McBain - guitar
Ben Shepherd – vocals (1993–1998)
Glenn Slater – keyboards (2002–2004)

Listen To Wellwater Conspiracy: Spotify | Apple Music/iTunes
(For some reason, they're listed on some services as both "Wellwater Conspiracy" and "The Wellwater Conspiracy" and they come up as two different bands.  So if there's an album missing or something, it could be that. Or it could be that music services don't have their shit together and are still missing songs, even from bands that already feature)

Ten Commandos
Ten Commandos started early August 2008 after a conversation between Matt Cameron (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) and Alain Johannes (Eleven, Queens of the Stone Age) following a memorial concert for Natasha Shneider (Eleven).  Alain had the idea to write and record songs using Matt and Ben Shepherd (Soundgarden, Hater) as the rhythm section. The three convened in Seattle in late 2008 and for 7 days and wrote the bulk of the record. Matt and Alain’s schedules cleared up enough in the spring of 2014 to finally finish the songs in Seattle. With the addition of Dimitri Coats (OFF!, Burning Brides) on guitar, the band entered famed Studio Litho with engineer Don Gunn. In the summer of 2014, the band finished recording at studio 11ad in Hollywood CA. All members contributed in the writing of the record.  Guest musicians include Mark Lanegan (Staring Down the Dust), Nikka Costa (Come) and legendary guitarist Peter Frampton (Sketch 9).  [SOURCE]

Soundgarden
Soundgarden isn't Soundgarden without Matt Cameron, and that goes for every song, but this playlist of "Matt's Songs" are songs he was given songwriting credit for. 

Matt was originally going to do vocals on Rhinosaur too, but we don't know if that was ever recorded, or if the idea was scrapped too early for a recording to exist in the vaults.

 

 

 


Pearl Jam

Our Jazz Fest video of Pearl Jam performing Rockin' In The Free World, with Chad Smith of RHCP on drums, and Matt Cameron on guitar

Pearl Jam - Rockin' In The Free World @ New Orleans Jazz Fest 2016 - Jeffgarden.com