single video theory

Single Video Theory is a documentary directed by Mark Pellington that follows the making of Yield. It was released first on VHS on August 4, 1998, and then on DVD on November 24, 1998.

It features interviews with the band members and behind-the-scenes footage of the band’s rehearsal sessions for its shows opening for The Rolling Stones. Shot on 16mm film over three days during late 1997 in Seattle, the term single video theory is a play on the single bullet theory involving JFK.

The audio has been ceremoniously ripped and submitted for your approval.

  • All Those Yesterdays
  • Given to Fly
  • Wishlist
  • Faithfull
  • Brain of J
  • Low Light
  • MFC
  • No Way
  • In Hiding
  • Do the Evolution

 

     

    6 Responses to single video theory

    1. Mike says:

      Nice work on the enhanced volume uploads!! Loving listening to SVT!!

      • gremmie says:

        Thank Mike! We try to make sure we have the best available material anywhere on the interwebs. If you see anything else not up to snuff please let us know!

    2. Cozza says:

      Great work! Thanks for these. Any chance you could add Ed’s solo version of immortality from the Verona soundcheck in 06 (Imagine in Cornice DVD).

    3. Aliveguy says:

      Every page is a treat!! Fantastic site!

    4. Chad says:

      Fellas, having this up is so freaking awesome.

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