Even Flow

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Learn how to play Even Flow on guitar.

 

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Even Flow Tab

Intro:

Csus2 D x4

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Freezin’ rests his head on a pillow made of concrete again

Csus2 D Csus2 D Csus2 D Csus2 D
Oh Feelin’ maybe he’ll see a little betters any days oh yeah

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Oh hand out faces that he sees come again ain’t that familiar

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Oh dark grin he can’t help when he’s happy he looks insane

D A# D C
Even flow, thoughts arrive like butterflys

D A# D C
Oh, he don’t know, so he chases them away, yeah oh

D A# D C D C D C
Oh, someday yet, he’ll begin his life again life again life again

Kneelin’ looking through the paper though he doesn’t know to read
Prayin’, now to something that has never showed him anything
Oh, feelin’, understands the weather or that winters on its way, yeah
Oh, ceilings, few and far between all the legal halls of shame

Even flow, thoughts arrive like butterflys
Oh, he don’t know, so he chases them away, yeah, oh
Oh, someday yet, he’ll begin his life again
Oh, whispering hands, gently lead, lead him away him away, him away

Solo:
Csus2 D x26

Outro:
Csus D x8

Learn How To Play Pearl Jam Even Flow Guitar Chords

It is a portrait of a man who lives on the street, an indigent lonely, frozen and confused, thoughts come to his head and he discards them, he can only believe that someday his life will begin again

pearl-jam-even-flow-guitar-tabPearl Jam’s Even Flow is the second single from the album Ten, signed by Epic Records, was written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and played on guitar by Stone Gossard.

It is one of the songs of the group formed by Eddie Vedder, vocalist and guitarist; Mike McReady on guitar; Stone Gossard, guitarist; Jeff Ament, bass, and Matt Cameron on drums.

However, recording it was not an easy task, they did it 50 or 70 times without being totally satisfied with the result, in the end they managed to get a good recording. In 1992 they had to re-record it for the soundrack of the film Singles.

The video that accompanied Even Flow was not achieved so easily, it was planned that the band was recorded inside a zoo, the location was prepared and hired director Schenck to take charge. However, the end result was not what anyone expected and had to devise a new way to carry out the video.

During the first filming drummer Matt Cameron injured his wrists and had to play splint on the following concerts.

The video ended up being a compilation of excerpts from the Moore Theater concert in Seattle in 1992, filming was in charge this time from video director Josh Taft. At the beginning of the video you can see how Vedder is upset with Taft because he considers annoying his intrusion.

Ten was the album with which Pearl Jam debuted in 1991, is considered the best album of its trajectory. Ten certainly marked the beginning of one of the most successful rock bands (specifically grunge) in the United States and the world.

All the music of the disc was composed in group sessions so that Eddie Vedder later wrote letters to him. The eleven songs cover subjects as diverse as pain, suicide, psychiatric hospitals, among others.

Ever Flow’s resounding success was slow to come, but a year after its release, it was placed at number two on the US Billboard 200 chart.