Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Roger Daltrey confirmed for Paul McCartney tribute album

Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson and Roger Daltrey are among the artists confirmed as having recorded songs for a Paul McCartney tribute album. The Art Of McCartney contains 42 tracks, with backing provided by McCartney’s long time band. Dylan has covered "Things We Said Today" and Wilson has recorded a version of "Wanderlust", while elsewhere the album also contains Willie Nelson’s "Yesterday", Roger Daltrey’s "Helter Skelter", B.B. King’s "On The Way" and The Cure’s "Hello Goodbye".

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Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson and Roger Daltrey are among the artists confirmed as having recorded songs for a Paul McCartney tribute album.

The Art Of McCartney contains 42 tracks, with backing provided by McCartney’s long time band.

Dylan has covered “Things We Said Today” and Wilson has recorded a version of “Wanderlust”, while elsewhere the album also contains Willie Nelson’s “Yesterday”, Roger Daltrey’s “Helter Skelter”, B.B. King’s “On The Way” and The Cure’s “Hello Goodbye”.

The album is released on November 17 and is available in a variety of formats.

A limited run of 1,000 Deluxe Boxsets will include two pieces of specially commissioned artwork, a bespoke Höfner guitar USB with FLAC files of 34 tracks, a collectors edition DVD, and audio documentary, a 64-page 12″ hardback book, 4 black and white art cards, a triple CD and 4 x 12″ coloured vinyl. It comes with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity.

A Strictly Limited Vinyl Boxset, featuring 4 x 12″ coloured vinyl and a 12” bound book.

A Triple Gatefold Vinyl, with 34 tracks across three 12″ albums.

A CD Casebook, with a 34 track double CD, 16-page hardback book and the Making of The Art Of McCartney DVD.

It will also be released on CD, a digital album, and an iTunes album.

Tracklisting for The Art Of McCartney is:

1. Maybe I’m Amazed – Billy Joel
2. Things We Said Today – Bob Dylan
3. Band On The Run – Heart
4. Junior’s Farm – Steve Miller
5. The Long and Winding Road – Yusuf / Cat Stevens
6. My Love – Harry Connick, Jr.
7. Wanderlust – Brian Wilson
8. Bluebird – Corinne Bailey Rae
9. Yesterday – Willie Nelson
10. Junk – Jeff Lynne
11. When I’m 64 – Barry Gibb
12. Every Night – Jamie Cullum
13. Venus and Mars/ Rock Show – KISS
14. Let Me Roll It – Paul Rodgers
15. Helter Skelter – Roger Daltrey
16. Helen Wheels – Def Leppard
17. Hello Goodbye – The Cure ft James McCartney
18. Live And Let Die – Billy Joel
19. Let It Be – Chrissie Hynde
20. Jet – Robin Zander & Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick
21. Hi Hi Hi – Joe Elliott
22. Letting Go – Heart
23. Hey Jude – Steve Miller
24. Listen To What The Man Said – Owl City
25. Got To Get You Into My Life – Perry Farrell
26. Drive My Car – Dion
27. Lady Madonna – Allen Toussaint
28. Let ‘Em In – Dr. John
29. So Bad – Smokey Robinson
30. No More Lonely Nights – The Airborne Toxic Event
31. Eleanor Rigby – Alice Cooper
32. Come And Get It – Toots Hibbert with Sly & Robbie
33. On The Way – B. B. King
34. Birthday – Sammy Hagar


The limited edition vinyl boxset and deluxe boxset features the following eight extra tracks;

1. C Moon – Robert Smith
2. Can’t Buy Me Love – Booker T. Jones
3. P.S. I Love You – Ronnie Spector
4. All My Loving – Darlene Love
5. For No One – Ian McCulloch
6. Put It There – Peter, Bjorn & John
7. Run Devil Run – Wanda Jackson
8. Smile Away – Alice Cooper



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