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Dylan Cover Discs To Benefit Amnesty International

10:01 AM Friday 11/25/11 |   |

A sprawling new collection of Bob Dylan cover songs is being released in January to benefit Amnesty International.

  • Bob Dylan

    London Feis Festival, Finsbury Park, London, UK
    June 18, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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The human rights organization said Wednesday that all of the songs on the 4-CD collection will be new or previously unreleased versions, with the exception of Dylan’s title cut, “Chimes of Freedom.”

The disc, to be released in the U.S. on Jan. 24, is being produced by the same music executives who made a 2007 benefit album for Darfur featuring John Lennon songs.

Participating artists range from 19-year-old Miley Cyrus to 92-year-old folk legend Pete Seeger. Cyrus recorded “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go” and Seeger, with a children’s chorus, does “Forever Young.”

The disc is being released to commemorate Amnesty International’s 50th birthday.

Among the other participating artists: Adele, Cage the Elephant, Dave Matthews Band, Ziggy Marley, Maroon 5, My Chemical Romance, Patti Smith, Sting, Pete Townshend, The Gaslight Anthem and Ke$ha.

Eighty artists and 75 new songs are included.


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