added: 19 Dec 2012 // by: VVN Music
Columbia Records has released a highlights album from last week's 121212 concert for relief of victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The night was amazing with performances by Bruce Springsteen, Roger Waters, Billy Joel, Paul McCartney, the Who, Eric Clapton, the Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi and many more. This release captures 24 of the over 50 performances on the night. While this is a great highlights disc, it would be great to see the whole concert made available at some time.
Of particular disappointment (and it may be a rights/contractual issues) is that only one of Paul McCartney's songs made the cut, Helter Skelter. His collaboration with the living members of Nirvana and performances of My Love and Live and Left Die were left out. Also missing are the two Bruce Springsteen/Jon Bon Jovi duets on Born to Run and Who Says You Can't Go Home.
The Robin Hood Relief Fund will receive a minimum of $6.50 from each sale of the album. A physical version is scheduled for January 22.
See the full concert setlist here
Land of Hope and Dreams ' Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Wrecking Ball ' Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Another Brick In The Atlantic Wall Part I, II & III ' Roger Waters
Us and Them ' Roger Waters
Comfortably Numb ' Roger Waters feat. Eddie Vedder
Hallelujah (Sandy Relief Version) ' Adam Sandler and Paul Shaffer
It's My Life ' Bon Jovi
Wanted Dead Or Alive ' Bon Jovi
Got To Be Better In A Little While ' Eric Clapton
Crossroads ' Eric Clapton
You Got Me Rocking ' The Rolling Stones
Jumpin Jack Flash ' The Rolling Stones
No One ' Alicia Keys
Who Are You ' The Who
Baba O'Reilly ' The Who
Love Reign O'er Me ' The Who
Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway) ' Billy Joel
Moving Out (Anthony's Song) ' Billy Joel
You May Be Right ' Billy Joel
Viva La Vida ' Chris Martin
Losing My Religion ' Chris Martin feat. Michael Stipe
Us Against The World ' Chris Martin
Helter Skelter ' Paul McCartney
Empire State Of Mind ' Alicia Keys
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