Beautiful Day Media has announced “Songs After Sandy: Friends of Red Hook For Sandy Relief” a Charity Compilation to raise funds for communities devastated by Hurricane Sandy.
Friends of Red Hook sums it up as musicians from Brooklyn and all over the world come together to help (in alphabetical order): Adam Acuragi, Joseph Arthur, Brendon Benson, Eric Burdon, Ben Folds Five, Ben Harper, Roger Hodgson, Kaiser Cartel, Emmanuel Jal, Matt Lenny, Eli Lieb, Toby Lightman, Jeff Lynne, Joan Osborne, Amanda Palmer, Kenny Wayne Shepherd featuring Buddy Flett, Smitty, Ringo Starr, thenewno2, Bow Thayer, These United States, Joe Walsh, Bob Weir and Jesse Malin.
These artists have offered previously unreleased tracks while others have offered unique experiences and one of a kind signed items. The music will be released in volumes, while signed items will be announced as they are donated. Tracks for volume one are listed below, and please be sure to check back at our sites for updates on artists and items.
To learn more about the organization behind Songs for Sandy, click here.
You can pre-order the album here.
Songs After Sandy: Friends of Red Hook for Sandy Relief, Vol. 1 tracklist
Adam Arcuragi – “Cobra Tie”
Joseph Arthur – “Come on Caroline”
Brendan Benson – “What I’m Looking For” Live version
Eric Burdon – “Tishomingo Blues”
Kaiser Cartel – “Long Way From Home”
Matt Lenny – “Broken Bridges”
Toby Lightman – “Life Is A Riddle”
Jeff Lynne – “Save Me Now”
Joan Osborne – “Where We Start”
Kenny Wayne Shepherd featuring Buddy Flett – “Third House on the Left”
Smitty – “Ryder”
Ringo Starr – “Wings”, recorded Live in Atlanta with the 2012 All Starr Band
Bow Thayer & Perfect Trainwreck – “The Tide”
These United States – “Damned & Redeemed”
Joe Walsh – ”Rocky Mountain Way” Live from Troubadour, with Ringo Starr on drums
Bob Weir and Jesse Malin– Video, live performance of “Brown-Eyed Women”