Pearl Jam gave members of their Ten Club fan club a nice stocking-stuffer this holiday season, releasing two recordings from 2011's PJ20 music festival, including this live version of blues-y alt-rocker "In the Moonlight," which finds the band teaming up with Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme. Along with the Binaural outtake, which you can hear above, the band also released a live version of "All Night" featuring Glen Hansard, Liam Finn and Joseph Arthur.
Pearl Jam Play 'In the Moonlight' With Josh Homme
Song was an outtake from sessions for 'Binaural'
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