Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke is amongst a number of
big name artists who have donated tracks to a charity album.
All proceeds from the compilation album Give. Listen. Help. Volume 3
will go to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
The album will be limited to just 10,000 copies, and will feature
other artists such as Franz Ferdinand and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
The full tracklisting for the album, now on sale, is as follows:
Feist - 'Inside and Out' (The Audience Honey remix)
Thom Yorke - 'Harrowdown Hill'
The Rapture - 'Get Myself Into It' (Prince Language Disco mix)
Cat Power - 'Hurt' (live on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic)
Wolfmother - 'Dimension' (live at Big Day Out)
Franz Ferdinand - 'Eleanor Put Your Boots On' (single version)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - 'Cheated Hearts' (Peaches remix)
Kaiser Chiefs - 'Sink That Ship'
The Walkmen - 'Another One Goes By' (live)
Chris Walla - 'Radio'
Junior Boys - 'So Sleep'
Snowden - 'Anti Anti' (Jordan Stutter remix)
Favourite Sons - 'Things That We Do To Each Other' (live on Indie
103.1's Dead Air)
Dustin O'Halloran – ‘Opus'
Thom Yorke covers Neil Young for charity
Lou Reed, REM and Tom Waits are also involved
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke is to appear on a charity album
covering Neil Young's 1970 classic 'After the Gold Rush'.
The compilation is to raise funds for The Bridge School, a
non-profit organisation dedicated to assisting individuals suffering
from physical disabilities and speech impediments in achieving their
Since The Bridge School was founded 20 years ago by Young's wife
Pegi, acts such as Pearl Jam, Ryan Adams and Metallica have all
performed at concerts to benefit the organisation.
The compilation, which will be called 'The Bridge School', was
created with recordings from these live shows, and features
additional luminaries as Lou Reed, REM and Tom Waits.
The collection features 80 tracks, is available for purchase as an
entire album or individual tracks through iTunes.
As previously reported on NME.COM, Neil Young recently released a
selection of tracks on CD and DVD from his legendary 'Live At The
Fillmore East' performance from 1970.
November 23 2006, 14:08 GMT
By Matt Houghton