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The Cure, KISS and More to Cover Paul McCartney for Tribute Album

February 10, 2012 (9:08 am) GMT
The studio sessions and interviews with the participating artists will be documented and put together for a planned TV special.
The Cure, KISS and More to Cover Paul McCartney for Tribute Album

While pays tribute to the classic era in his cover album "", a number of stars including , and will, in return, salute him in an upcoming tribute album. They will cover songs from Mecca's catalog including the records with and Wings or during his solo career.

The album will additionally feature , , , , Steve Miller, Jeff Lynne, , Wanda Jackson, Ronnie Spector and . The CD is being curated by producer Ralph Sall.

Sall met McCartney while working on and ' movie "" which has several McCartney songs as soundtracks. "It grew out of that experience," he said. "A good idea goes a long way, but it was important that it be blessed by Paul."

Sall has been working on the album for two and a half years, but has yet to partner with a label or distributor for the release. Beside working in the studio, he also plans a TV special using footage of the studio sessions and interview with the participating artists.

"It will be a good venue to show appreciation of his catalog," the music supervisor gushed. "You can tell by the variety of participants that Paul's music is truly timeless. Whether you're 8 or 80, everyone loves Paul McCartney."

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