- Moonshine @@Jack Johnson
- Rainbow @@G. Love & Jack Johnson
- Even After All @@Finley Quaye
- Hobo Blues @@G. Love & Special Sauce
- Relate to Me @@The Voyces
- The Cove @@Jack Johnson
- Holes to Heaven @@Jack Johnson
- Dark Water & Stars @@Natural Calamity
- My Guru @@Kalyanji, Anadji
- Honor and Harmony @@G. Love & Special Sauce
- Liver Splash @@The Meters
- Underwater Love @@Smoke City
- Thicker Than Water @@Todd Hannigan
- Witchi Tai To @@Harpers Bizarre
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This disc, a soundtrack to the DVD of the same name, brings together Jack Johnson's dueling first loves: music and surfing. This Hawaiian-bred renaissance man has a laid-back eloquence that really emerges when he allows his musical muse to wander out past the breakers, as it does most palpably on the previously unreleased instrumental "The Cove" and the longing "Holes to Heaven" (presented here in an alternate acoustic version). Longtime collaborator G. Love lends a hand on several new offerings, most notably the airy duet "The Rainbow." Love and his Special Sauce backing band contribute a pair of tracks as well -- including the previously unreleased "Hobo Blues." Johnson rounds out the soundtrack with a passel of songs from older artists that fit the mood nicely, particularly the Meters' bouncy "Liver Splash" and Harpers Bizarre's "Witchi Tai To," which ends the disc on a joyfully tribal note. The wide variety of sonic experiences might make Thicker than Water seem unfocused, but the underlying thread -- a passion bordering on the spiritual -- holds it together very well indeed.