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Bob Dylan, The Cure, Kiss and more combine for Paul McCartney tribute album
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Bob Dylan, The Cure, Kiss and more combine for Paul McCartney tribute album

The Cure, Bob Dylan, The Bee Gees' Barry Gibb, The Who's Roger Daltrey, Kiss and Def Leppard are among the artists who will be contributing track to a tribute album to Paul McCartney. 

The album is titled The Art Of McCartney and has been put together by Los Angeles producer Ralph Sall, who previously worked alongside McCartney in 2003 when they revived a song from the 1971 Ram sessions.

The album will be released on November 17th and includes material from across McCartney's career, including tracks by The Beatles, Wings and his solo career. 

You can watch The Cure recording their cover of 'Hello Goodbye', with McCartney's son James guesting on piano, below. Scroll down and click to watch the video. 

 

The Art Of McCartney' tracklist is as follows:

Billy Joel – 'Maybe I’m Amazed'
Bob Dylan – 'Things We Said Today'
Heart – 'Band On The Run'
Steve Miller – 'Junior’s Farm' 
Yusuf/Cat Stevens – 'The Long And Winding Road'
Harry Connick Jr – 'My Love'
Brian Wilson – 'Wanderlust'
Corinne Bailey Rae – 'Bluebird'
Willie Nelson – 'Yesterday'
Jeff Lynne – 'Junk'
Barry Gibb – 'When I’m 64'
Jamie Cullum – 'Every Night'
Kiss – 'Venus And Mars/ Rock Show'
Paul Rodgers – 'Let Me Roll It'
Roger Daltrey – 'Helter Skelter'
Def Leppard – 'Helen Wheels'
The Cure ft James McCartney – 'Hello Goodbye'
Billy Joel – 'Live And Let Die'
Chrissie Hynde – 'Let It Be'
Robin Zander & Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick – 'Jet'
Joe Elliott – 'Hi Hi Hi'
Heart – 'Letting Go'
Steve Miller – 'Hey Jude
Owl City – 'Listen To What The Man Said'
Perry Farrell – 'Got To Get You Into My Life'
Dion – 'Drive My Car'
Allen Toussaint – 'Lady Madonna'
Dr John – 'Let ’Em In'
Smokey Robinson – 'So Bad'
The Airborne Toxic Event – 'No More Lonely Nights'
Alice Cooper – 'Eleanor Rigby'
Toots Hibbert with Sly & Robbie – 'Come And Get It '
BB King – 'On The Way'
Sammy Hagar – 'Birthday'

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