Various a tribute to the words of jhonn balance
This is the 20th album of original music Red Hot has produced over the past 25 years to help raise awareness and money to fight HIV/AIDS and related health issues.
The musicians on Cover Stories joined the project, in part, because they believe in the cause Cover Stories benefits – all proceeds go to War Child UK, a non-governmental organization supporting children affected by conflict – but they inhabit it because Carlile's music feels right in their hands. She sets the standard for so many listeners. One notable fan even provided a foreword that appears in the album's liner notes: Barack Obama, who extols Carlile's passion for War Child and refugee relief, but who might also have a future as a music critic. "Brandi Carlile tells stories that encourage us to see ourselves in one another," he writes. In other words, she inhabits a sense of the personal that is political, expansive, and profound. Cover Stories , benefitting a cause that Carlile believes is crucial, beautifully serves this young old soul's legacy, too.
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In contrast to an earlier tribute album, That's Fats: A Tribute to Fats Domino ( Capitol , 1996), which mostly contained previously released cover versions , Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino is (with the exception of the opening track, by John Lennon ) composed of newly recorded versions. The album is critically described as "...one of the more remarkable tribute albums to surface in recent years...(s)panning the worlds of rock (Neil Young, Elton John, Los Lobos, Tom Petty), blues (. King), country (Willie Nelson), jazz (Herbie Hancock), and even reggae (Toots & the Maytals, who just nail "Let the Four Winds Blow")..."