Immagine In Cornice

Immagine in Cornice
Pearl Jam
Released September 25, 2007
Recorded September 14–20, 2006, Bologna, Verona, Milan, Torino and Pistoia, Italy
Genre Alternative rock
Length 113 minutes
Language English
Label Rhino/WEA
Director Danny Clinch
Producer Linda Narvaez
Pearl Jam video chronology

Live at the Garden
Immagine in Cornice

Immagine in Cornice, Italian for "picture in a frame," is a live concert film documenting the 2006 five-concert tour of Italy by the American alternative rock band Pearl Jam. It was released on September 25, 2007.


The film documents Pearl Jam on its 2006 World Tour. It was directed by renowned photographer Danny Clinch. The film includes behind-the-scenes footage as well as performances from the band's shows in Bologna, Verona, Milan, Torino and Pistoia, Italy. It was shot in various formats, ranging from Super-8 to high definition. Immagine in Cornice has been certified gold by the RIAA.[1]

Track listing

Information taken from various sources.[2][3]

  1. "Severed Hand"
  2. "World Wide Suicide"
  3. "Life Wasted"
  4. "Corduroy"
  5. "State of Love and Trust"
  6. "Porch"
  7. "Even Flow"
  8. "Better Man"
  9. "Alive"
  10. "Blood"
  11. "Comatose"
  12. "Come Back"
  13. "Rockin' in the Free World"

Bonus songs


Pearl Jam
Additional musicians and production

Chart positions

Chart (2007) Position
US Top Music Videos[4] 1


External links

  • information at
  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
  • on Rhino Records' homepage
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