Bruce Springsteen, The Who + Rolling Stones Featured On Sandy Relief Live Album

artist: The Rolling Stones date: 12/20/2012 category: general music news

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Bruce Springsteen, The Who + Rolling Stones Featured On Sandy Relief Live Album
A highlights album featuring some of the best moments from last Wednesday's (Dec. 12) 12-12-12 concert is now available at iTunes, with plans for a CD release on Jan. 22. Two dozen of the best performances and collaborations are included, with at least $6.50 from each sale going to the Robin Hood Relief Fund. Amongst the highlights are tracks from Bruce Springsteen, The Who, The Rolling Stones and Adam Sandler's collaboration with Paul Shaffer on the Sandy Relief Version of "Hallelujah". Eric Clapton's two songs are included, as are three by Billy Joel and three by Roger Waters, including his version of "Comfortably Numb" with Eddie Vedder. Not making the cut are the Paul McCartney collaboration with Nirvana, and the Springsteen and Bon Jovi duets, UltimateClassicRock reports. With 50 performances from Madison Square Garden, some cuts were made necessary and it's possible - as Vintage Vinyl News points out - that rights or contractual issues may have prevented a few songs from being included. As previously reported, "Cut Me Some Slack" is available separately at iTunes. "12-12-12 The Concert for Sandy Relief" is on sale for $12.99 at iTunes. The track list is as follows: 1. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, "Land of Hope and Dreams" 2. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, "Wrecking Ball" 3. Roger Waters, "Another Brick In The Atlantic Wall Part I, II & III" 4. Roger Waters, "Us And Them" 5. Roger Waters (Feat. Eddie Vedder), "Comfortably Numb" 6. Adam Sandler and Paul Shaffer, "Hallelujah (Sandy Relief Version)" 7. Bon Jovi, "It's My Life" 8. Bon Jovi, "Wanted Dead Or Alive" 9. Eric Clapton, "Got To Be Better In A Little While" 10. Eric Clapton, "Crossroads" 11. The Rolling Stones, "You Got Me Rocking" 12. The Rolling Stones, "Jumpin Jack Flash" 13. Alicia Keys, "No One" 14. The Who, "Who Are You" 15. The Who, "Baba O'Reilly" 16. The Who, "Love Reign O'er Me" 17. Billy Joel, "Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway)" 18. Billy Joel, "Moving Out (Anthony's Song)" 19. Billy Joel, "You May Be Right" 20. Chris Martin, "Viva La Vida" 21. Chris Martin (Feat. Michael Stipe), "Losing My Religion" 22. Chris Martin, "Us Against The World" 23. Paul McCartney, "Helter Skelter" 24. Alicia Keys, "Empire State Of Mind"
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