Pearl Jam and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the band's monumental fifth studio collection, Yield, with a variety of release events kicking off with a new spatial audio mix of the album available today.
The spatial audio release of Yield was produced and mixed by Josh Evans and Nick Rives, who previously collaborated on all of Pearl Jam's previous spatial audio releases. Evans--who began working with the band as an assistant engineer and tech during the making of the eponymous Pearl Jam (aka the "Avocado" album) in 2006--produced 2020's Gigaton, the first new Pearl Jam studio album in seven years.
Vinyl Me, Please (VMP) and Pearl Jam's Ten Club have released the deluxe 25th anniversary vinyl reissue of Yield, an album masterpiece that gave further realization to what Cameron Crowe called, "the flipside of the classic rock tale." The 25th anniversary edition of Yield is pressed on 2LPs for the very first time on 180g translucent red & black hi-melt vinyl in a double gatefold, direct-to-board and die cut jacket. Pre-orders available HERE