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Video: Temple of the Dog reunion and other Pearl Jam 20 highlights

on September 04, 2011, 7:20am

pearl jam Video: Temple of the Dog reunion and other Pearl Jam 20 highlights

During the first night of Pearl Jam’s 20th anniversary music festival in Alpine Valley, WI, Temple of the Dog reunited, Chris Cornell aided in a cover of Mother Love Bone, The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas lent his vocals for “Not For You”, Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme guested on “In The Moonlight”, and Liam Finn, The Swell Season’s Glen Hansard, and Mudhoney’s Dan Peters joined the band for “Who You Are”. Night two better feature the resurrection of Kurt Cobain or I’m going to be disappointed.

Our complete recap of Pearl Jam 20 is forthcoming, but we culled together videos of the aforementioned highlights below. We’ll add in more clips as they appear.

Temple of the Dog – “Say Hello 2 Heaven” + “Hunger Strike” + “Reach Down”

The members of Pearl Jam teamed up with their former bandmate, Chris Cornell, for a three-song reunion of grunge band Temple of the Dog. The all-star collective last reunited in 2009.

Pearl Jam – “Stardog Champion” (Mother Love Bone cover)

Cornell also helped Pearl Jam cover Mother Love Bone, the former Seattle grunge band composed of Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, Bruce Fairweather, Greg Gilmore, and the late Andrew Wood.

Pearl Jam – “Not For You” (w/ Julian Casablancas)

Pearl Jam – “In The Moonlight” (w/ Josh Homme)

Pearl Jam – “Who You Are” (w/ Glen Hansard, Liam Finn & Dan Peters)

Pearl Jam – “State of Love and Trust” (w/ Dhanni Harrison)

Pearl Jam – “Love Reign O’er Me” (The Who cover)

The Strokes – “Juicebox” (w/ Eddie Vedder)

The surprises extended beyond Pearl Jam’s headlining set.

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Sceliakeen
September 4, 2011 at 1:10 pm

Ok, my bad… Dan Peters did appear on drums on Who We Are… But you didn’t mention Joseph Arthur…

Sceliakeen
September 4, 2011 at 12:25 pm

Temple of the Dog played three songs in total: Huner Strike; Say Hello to Haven & Reach Down. Mudhoney joined PJ for their final encore and played MC5’s Kick Out the Jams. Joseph McArthur lent background vocals on Who We Are, not Dan Peters.

Alex Young
September 4, 2011 at 2:41 pm

Thanks for the heads up!

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