M.O.M., Vol. 3: Music for Our Mother Ocean

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Rarely does a charity record seem so universal -- or so urgent. MOM III is a benefit album to raise money and awareness for the Surfrider Foundation,a nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation ofthe world's oceans. So, it should make sense that just about every heavy inAmerican rock -- Lit, Smash Mouth, Pearl Jam, Rage, the Beasties -- has come out to contribute to this sun-drenched collection. From bikini-cultureblowouts like Brian Setzer's team-up with Brian Wilson on "Little DeuceCoup" and Everclear's tear through "Walk Don't Run" to James Taylor'snavel-gazing "Gaia" and Chris Isaak's restive "Winter Waves," this CDattempts to be all things to ...
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Barnes & Noble - Jon Dolan
Rarely does a charity record seem so universal -- or so urgent. MOM III is a benefit album to raise money and awareness for the Surfrider Foundation,a nonprofit organization dedicated to the protection and preservation ofthe world's oceans. So, it should make sense that just about every heavy inAmerican rock -- Lit, Smash Mouth, Pearl Jam, Rage, the Beasties -- has come out to contribute to this sun-drenched collection. From bikini-cultureblowouts like Brian Setzer's team-up with Brian Wilson on "Little DeuceCoup" and Everclear's tear through "Walk Don't Run" to James Taylor'snavel-gazing "Gaia" and Chris Isaak's restive "Winter Waves," this CDattempts to be all things to all beachcombers, and -- fluffy one-offs aside -- often succeeds. Beck's laid back and loopy "Electric Music and the SummerPeople" is a blue lagoon of po-mo pleasure, while the Beasties' skate-punkflailings give us a glimpse into what Elvis Costello once called "the otherside of summer." Call it a good collection for a great cause, and don't passit up.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
The third benefit album for the Surfrider Foundation, an organization dedicated to preserving oceans, is as weirdly scattershot as the two other MOM albums, and just as enjoyable. As with any tribute album, MOM, Vol. 3 is certainly a collection of moments, balanced somewhere between the good and the mediocre. To its credit, the Surfrider Foundation gets major artists to deliver exclusive songs to their record. Even better, they're lucky to get first-rate music from these artists, most notably with Beck's terrific, frazzled beach party song "Electric Music and the Summer People" and Pearl Jam's strangely ambitious "The Whale Song." These, along with Snoop Dogg & Rage Against the Machine's duet on "Snoop Bounce," are the most notable new recordings, but they aren't the only worthwhile moments, either. Brian Setzer and Brian Wilson knock out an enjoyable "Little Deuce Coupe," Everclear tackles "Walk Don't Run" as if they were the Pixies, Chris Isaak's "Winter Waves" is a cool breeze of Beach Boys pop, the Beasties' "Nothing to Say" is a fun punk throwaway, and several other cuts aren't bad, either. Of course, there are a few trying moments as well -- record companies should agree that alternative bands are banned from doing ironic covers of oldies particularly, Sprung Monkey's "Coconut", even if it is for a good cause -- but they're not enough to sink the collection. The best thing about MOM, Vol. 3 is that almost all of it is exclusive material. Not counting the Butthole Surfers' remix of Jane's Addiction's "Ocean Size," Paul McCartney and James Taylor are the only ones that dig into the vaults for their contributions, but this is one case when the good intentions outweigh the end result. It's impossible to imagine most listeners grooving on every track on the album, but it's still more enjoyable than most tribute or benefit albums.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/17/1999
  • Label: Hollywood Records
  • UPC: 720616223340
  • Catalog Number: 162233

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Little Deuce Coupe - Brian Setzer (2:35)
  2. 2 Cocunut (3:25)
  3. 3 Summer in the City - Butthole Surfers (3:13)
  4. 4 Electric Music and the Summer People (3:34)
  5. 5 Snoop Bounce (6:04)
  6. 6 Summer (2:12)
  7. 7 Ocean Size (4:22)
  8. 8 The Whale Song (3:33)
  9. 9 Here Comes the Sun (3:08)
  10. 10 Wild Life (6:39)
  11. 11 Gone Surfin' (3:12)
  12. 12 Sea Cruise (3:05)
  13. 13 How Strong (4:42)
  14. 14 Walk, Don't Run (1:59)
  15. 15 Wicked Man - Ben Harper (5:04)
  16. 16 Mother (3:06)
  17. 17 Gaia (5:24)
  18. 18 Nothing to Say (1:16)
  19. 19 Sunland - JKay (4:32)
  20. 20 Money (2:57)
  21. 21 Winter Waves (2:46)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Beastie Boys Track Performer
Jimmy Buffett Track Performer
Butthole Surfers Track Performer
Chris Isaak Track Performer
Jane's Addiction Track Performer
Paul McCartney Track Performer
Pearl Jam Track Performer
Red Hot Chili Peppers Track Performer
James Taylor Track Performer
Brian Wilson Track Performer
Brian Setzer Track Performer
Gary Hoey Track Performer
Snoop Dogg Track Performer
Beck Track Performer
Lisa Loeb Track Performer
Ben Harper Track Performer
Tom Morello Track Performer
Brad Wilk Track Performer
Everclear Track Performer
Paul McCartney & Wings Track Performer
Sprung Monkey Track Performer
Lit Track Performer
Smash Mouth Track Performer
Allison Moorer Track Performer
Technical Credits
Beastie Boys Composer, Producer
Chris Isaak Producer
Paul McCartney Composer, Producer
Pearl Jam Producer
James Taylor Producer
Peter Collins Producer
Johnny Smith Composer
A.W.O.L. Composer
Gary Hoey Producer
Beck Producer
Lisa Loeb Producer
Mario Caldato Jr. Producer
Terry Date Producer
Perry Farrell Producer
Frank Filipetti Producer
Don Gilmore Producer
Kenny Greenberg Producer
Ben Harper Composer, Producer
Dave Jerden Producer
Paul Leary Producer
Linda McCartney Composer
Brendan O'Brien Producer
J.P. Plunier Producer
Rick Rubin Producer
Doug Schwartz Mastering
Jim Wirt Producer
Nigel Godrich Producer
Juan Patino Producer
Michael Utley Producer
Lit Producer
Dave Kaplan Producer, Liner Notes, Executive Producer
Art Alexakis Producer
Chris Covert Creative Consultant
Peter Paterno Contributor
Ken Davis Producer
Pierce Flynn Liner Notes, Executive Producer
Todd Smith Producer
Joe Thomas Producer
Jeff Devine Art Direction
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