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Published: 2012/05/03

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Alabama Shakes, My Morning Jacket and More Featured On New Charity Album

ATO Pictures has announced the release of Turn the Tide: Songs for ‘Last Call at the Oasis’ a companion charity album to the new film Last Call at the Oasis in support of the global water crisis.

Featured on the album are 20 unreleased exclusive tracks from artists including Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Alabama Shakes, My Morning Jacket, Amos Lee, The Whigs and more. All songs on the album were donated for free, with all proceeds going to benefit water charities including Natural Resources Defense Council, Waterkeeper Alliance, Environmental Working Group and Food and Water Watch.

Directed by Academy Award winner Jessica Yu, Last Call at the Oasis opens in theaters on May 4. The album is now available for download via the film’s website. See below for the full tracklisting.

Turn the Tide: Songs for ‘Last Call at the Oasis’ Tracklisting

1. Alabama Shakes – Hold On
2. Hey Rosetta! – Yer Spring
3. Lisa Hannigan – Flowers
4. Amos Lee – Black River (Live from the Academy of Music)
5. Waters – Mickey Mantle (DiMaggio Version)
6. My Morning Jacket – The Day is Coming
7. The Dig – I Already Forgot Everything You Said
8. Vusi Mahlasela – Conjecture of the Hour
9. The Whigs – Right Hand On My Heart
10. Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds – Little Red Bird (Live from Randall’s Island, 9.28.2011)
11. Bobby Long – Dead and Done
12. Rodrigo y Gabriela – 11:11
13. Gomez – Options
14. Danny Barnes – Overdue
15. Lindsay Fuller – Everything I Ever Had
16. The Jayhawks – Red’s Song (Live)
17. Primus – Last Salmon Man
18. Dirty Dozen Brass Band – Unclean Waters
19. Blind Pilot – Half Moon
20. John Butler Trio – Oceans (Live at St. Gallen)


There are 3 comments associated with this post

SF87 May 3, 2012, 14:55:32

This is very distressing — this looks like a fantastic album with a lot of great artists, some of my favorites. And NRDC and Waterkeeper are fine in my book… but so long as one penny of proceeds goes to benefit whackjobs like F&WW, I will not be buying this album, or supporting any of the contributing artists. Madhouse groups like F&WW are a disgrace to the environmental movement, and I will have nothing to do with them or anyone who does.

Wilkes May 3, 2012, 15:17:18

What do you find so reprehensible about FWW? A lot of their research breaks ground, especially on consumer nightmares like the USDA’s HIMP program.

The Herp May 4, 2012, 12:12:27

FWW gets its money from sources that bias their opinion putting them at odds with projects that should be hailed instead of shunned. There is a lot of groundbreaking research happening out there, not all of it is so strongly slanted. I won’t be buying this album.

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