The clothing company Patagonia has teamed up with some of our favorite bands to launch the Patagonia Music Collective with proceeds to benefit non-profit environmental groups. Acts such as moe., Umphrey’s McGee, Pearl Jam, Jack Johnson and Medeski, Martin and Wood are participating by making an exclusive track available for purchase ($.99 each) through the Patagonia Music Website.
For this week’s Boot Camp column, we wanted to point you in the direction of five Patagonia Music Collective tracks that are well worth the buck…
Umphrey’s finally offers a studio version of a track that predates the band.
Pearl Jam kicks down a live version of this classic track from its debut LP.
moe. share a Chuck Garvey-written original called One Life that the band debuted at Summer Camp last year. Back on January 31st, moe. performed One Life and seven other originals at the Patagonia World Headquarters in Ventura, CA. Head over to Jambands.com to read Garvey’s take on the genesis of One Life. [HT – Kahlil Katool]
California rockers Toad The Wet Sprocket have made an exclusive acoustic take from 1991’s Fear LP available for purchase.
Jazz guitarist John Scofield shares a previously unreleased studio track.
READ ON for a complete list of bands, tracks and charities that benefit…