12/12/12: The Concert for Sandy Relief

12/12/12: The Concert for Sandy Relief


A charity album culled from a charity concert, 12/12/12: The Concert for Sandy Relief double-disc set doesn't sample from every act that played the star-studded Hurricane Sandy relief bill, nor does it have every noteworthy moment from that lengthy evening. For instance, "Cut Me Some Slack" -- the roaring,…  See more details below


A charity album culled from a charity concert, 12/12/12: The Concert for Sandy Relief double-disc set doesn't sample from every act that played the star-studded Hurricane Sandy relief bill, nor does it have every noteworthy moment from that lengthy evening. For instance, "Cut Me Some Slack" -- the roaring, surprisingly enjoyable collaboration between Paul McCartney and the surviving members of Nirvana -- is nowhere to be found (it is being saved for the soundtrack of Dave Grohl's documentary Sound City), and there is nothing from Kanye West here, either. Instead, we have big doses from British classic rock royalty -- three songs apiece from Roger Waters and the Who, the entirety of the Rolling Stones' two-song set -- a pair of songs each from Bruce Springsteen, Alicia Keys, Eric Clapton, and Bon Jovi, three songs from Chris Martin, three songs from Billy Joel, and Adam Sandler's genuinely bizarre song parody of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" (punchline: "Sandy screw'ya"). Although the Who seem slightly long in the tooth, there's not much here that's embarrassing; it's all professional stadium rock, delivered with precision if not panache. Here, as on the TV show, the ones that steal the show are Martin's surprise duet with Michael Stipe on "Losing My Religion," Clapton tearing into the Derek & the Dominos obscurity "Got to Get Better in a Little While," and Billy Joel performing his set with gusto, proving once again that he has a knack for rising to the occasion at these charity events.

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Disc 1

  1. Land of Hope and Dreams  -  Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
  2. Wrecking Ball  -  Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band
  3. Another Brick in the Atlantic Wall, Pts. 1-3  - Roger Waters
  4. Us and Them  - Roger Waters
  5. Comfortably Numb  - Eddie Vedder
  6. Hallelujah  - Adam Sandler
  7. It's My Life  -  Bon Jovi
  8. Wanted Dead or Alive  -  Bon Jovi
  9. Go to Get Better in a Little While  - Eric Clapton
  10. Crossroads  - Eric Clapton
  11. You Got Me Rocking  -  Rolling Stones
  12. Jumpin' Jack Flash  -  Rolling Stones

Disc 2

  1. No One  - Alicia Keys
  2. Who Are You  -  Who
  3. Baba O'Riley  -  Who
  4. Love, Reign O'er Me  -  Who
  5. Miami 2017 (Seen the Lights Go Out on Broadway)  - Billy Joel
  6. Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)  - Billy Joel
  7. You May Be Right  - Billy Joel
  8. Viva La Vida  - Chris Martin
  9. Losing My Religion  - Chris Martin
  10. Us Against the World  - Chris Martin
  11. Helter Skelter  - Paul McCartney
  12. Empire State of Mind, Pt. 2  - Alicia Keys

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jon Bon Jovi   Guitar,Vocals
Roger Daltrey   Vocals
Mick Jagger   Guitar,Vocals
Billy Joel   Piano,Vocals
Nils Lofgren   Guitar,Background Vocals
Paul McCartney   Bass,Vocals
Richie Sambora   Guitar,Background Vocals
Bruce Springsteen   Guitar,Vocals
Pete Townshend   Guitar
Roger Waters   Bass,Vocals
Charlie Watts   Drums
Simon Townshend   Guitar,Background Vocals
Snowy White   Guitar
Patti Scialfa   Guitar,Background Vocals
Tawatha Agee   Background Vocals
Rusty Anderson   Guitar
Bobby Bandiera   Guitar
Roy Bittan   Piano
Everett Bradley   Percussion,Vocals
Graham Broad   Drums
David Bryan   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Tommy Byrnes   Guitar,Vocals
Jon Carin   Guitar,Keyboards,Vocal Harmony
Elaine Caswell   Background Vocals
Eric Clapton   Guitar,Vocals
John Corey   Keyboards
Barry Danielian   Trumpet
Clark Gayton   Trombone,Tuba
Charlie Giordano   Keyboards
Darryl Jones   Bass
Jon Joyce   Background Vocals
Curtis King   Background Vocals
Hugh McDonald   Bass
Cindy Mizelle   Background Vocals
Pino Palladino   Bass
Brian Ray   Guitar
Keith Richards   Guitar
Ian Ritchie   Saxophone
Mark Rivera   Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Vocals
Frank Simms   Background Vocals
G.E. Smith   Guitar
Zak Starkey   Drums
Michael Stipe   Vocals
Garry Tallent   Bass
Tico Torres   Percussion,Drums
Soozie Tyrell   Violin,Background Vocals
Eddie Vedder   Vocals
Willie Weeks   Bass
Max Weinberg   Drums
Paul "Wix" Wickens   Keyboards
Frank Simes   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Curt Ramm   Trumpet
Steve Jordan   Drums
Abe Laboriel   Drums
Chris Martin   Guitar,Vocals
Dave Kilminster   Guitar
Alicia Keys   Piano,Vocals
Loren Gold   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Greg Smith   Bass,Vocals
Harry Waters   Keyboards
Robbie Wyckoff   Vocals
Reggie Grisham   Brass
Stevie Van Zandt   Guitar,Background Vocals
Jake Clemons   Saxophone
Greg Miller   Brass
Eddie Manion   Saxophone
Dave Rosental   Keyboards
Crystal Teliefero   Percussion,Background Vocals
Chuck Burghi   Drums

Technical Credits

Leonard Cohen   Composer
Jon Bon Jovi   Composer
Mick Jagger   Composer
Billy Joel   Composer
John Lennon   Composer
Paul McCartney   Composer
Richie Sambora   Composer
Bruce Springsteen   Composer
Pete Townshend   Composer
Roger Waters   Composer
John Sykes   Producer
Peter Buck   Composer
Eric Clapton   Composer
David Gilmour   Composer
Robert Johnson   Composer
David Kahne   Engineer
Mike Mills   Composer
Keith Richards   Composer
Brian Ruggles   Sound Production
Michael Stipe   Composer
Bill Berry   Composer
Josh Cheuse   Art Direction
Harvey Weinstein   Producer
Shawn Carter   Composer
Janet Sewell   Composer
Kerry Brothers   Composer
Chris Martin   Composer
Will Champion   Composer
Guy Berryman   Composer
Jonny Buckland   Composer
Angela Hunte   Composer
Victoria Parker   Additional Production
Martin Karl Sandberg   Composer
Jim Dolan   Producer
George Harry   Composer
Alicia J. Augello-Cook   Composer
Frank Liu   Logo Design
Owen Grover   Additional Production
Melissa Ormond   Additional Production

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