Pearl Jam Release Cameron Crowe's Grainy 'Not for You' Video

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David Bevan WRITTEN BY
David Bevan

Earlier this fall, famed film director/music journalist/grunge nerd Cameron Crowe premiered Pearl Jam 20, his feature-length documentary that both fawns over and follows the Seattle rock icons through their 20 years as a band. After a short engagement in select theaters and a nationally televised premiere last week on PBS, Crowe is now sharing a complimentary music video for "Not for You," a bristling standout from 1994's Vitalogy. Culled mostly from grainy archival footage from Peej's homegrown, anti-Ticketmaster tour of the mid-'90s, it's a fan-tailored snapshot of the band just as they began really accelerating away from the mainstream crush that made frontman Eddie Vedder so uncomfortable. Check it out at IMDB.com.

Before you go, flip through photos from SPIN's backstage perch at Pearl Jam's 20th Birthday Bash.

See Also:
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