Out now via iTunes is 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief. The collection, which features highlights from the December 12th star-studded concert at New York's Madison Square Garden, includes tracks by Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, the Who, Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Roger Waters, Billy Joel, Bon Jovi, and more. Vintage Vinyl News reported that the Robin Hood Relief Fund will receive a minimum of $6.50 from each sale of the album. A CD version of the album is scheduled for release on January 22nd.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend were among the first artists to sign on for the charity concert. Daltrey has been adamant that the Who's main purpose has always been to help its audience lighten their load:
The full tracklist to 12-12-12: The Concert For Sandy Relief is:
"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" - Roger Waters
"Us And Them" - Roger Waters
"Comfortably Numb" - Roger Waters with 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'Riley" - 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 and Michael Stipe
"Us Against The World" - Chris Martin
"Helter Skelter" - Paul McCartney
"Empire State Of Mind" - Alicia Keys
1) You don't have a job. You don't want to lie and say you're employed if you're not, but it's not the best thing to lead off with. If you're on food stamps and have a housing voucher or your parents still support you, that may look like a sign of weakness and a threat that you could become dependent on him - or that you may be looking for a meal ticket and not a boyfriend.
2) You slept around in college or high school. Your youthful experiences are your own private business. Too much casual sex is not going to send a good signal. Just be quiet.
3) You were arrested, in a psych ward, or fired. The accepted wisdom is that leopards don't change their spots. It might be a great story or an unfair consequence you didn't deserve, but it is still going to take the shine off your attractiveness and turn you into damaged goods in his eyes. Just don't go there.
4) You haven't dated or had sex in a long time. If you tell him you've been out of circulation for a long time, the next question will be "Why?" And there's never a good answer. It will reflect badly on you and your value as a dateable woman.
5) You were sexually abused. This is an issue that could affect your approach to a sexual relationship and must be addressed at some point. But it is best for a man to see you as a strong woman before he sees you as a victim. This will not make you damaged goods to most men, but it is still best to keep it to yourself until a bond and deeper knowledge of each other has developed.
6) Your ex is abusive and unstable. A man may think physical abuse can change a woman's perception of all men and he also may not want to get into a situation where a crazy dude might barge in on him and get violent.
7) You get dumped a lot. You know they were all jerks and cheaters and derelicts, but your date doesn't. Men want a woman of high value, just as you want a man of value. Don't devalue your currency with stories that won't help your situation and that he doesn't need to know.
8) You cheated. Once a cheater, always a cheater. That may or may not be true, but you don't want to plant a serious reason for him to always distrust and disbelieve you. You are just undercutting your relationship before it really begins. If the question comes up, just look him in the eye and say, "I will never cheat on a man." It's the future tense, so it is not a lie - unless you plan on cheating.
Talk about being brainwashed by TV listen to this. Police in Nassau County New York said a man shot his girlfriend during a fight about whether a zombie outbreak as seen on AMC's "The Walking Dead" could actually occur. Jared Gurman, 26, argued via text messages with his girlfriend, Jessica Gelderman, 27, just after 2:30 a.m. Monday about the possibility of a zombie apocalypse as depicted on the AMC series. When she went over to his place to calm him down he shot her in the back with a .22-caliber rifle. He’s now being charged with attempted murder.
The increasingly massive 12-12-12 benefit concert to help Hurricane Sandy relief efforts will now be broadcast live from Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 12th, beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET. The show will be broadcast worldwide on TV, radio and the Web, with an estimated one billion viewers or listeners potentially tuning in globally. Among the TV and cable channels carrying the concert in the U.S. are CBS, AMC, HBO, MSG, Showtime, VH1 Classic, Fuse and PBS. Websites that will stream the broadcast include AOL, Hulu, MTV, Yahoo, Vevo and more.
The show will also be beamed into movie theaters in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area via satellite.
The show's organizers said in a statement, ""The fact that so many major media companies are joining forces to distribute and stream this important event to homes worldwide will enable us to create a tremendous and unprecedented fundraising effort on a global scale to benefit the victims of this devastating storm."
The concert's all-star lineup includes Paul McCartney, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Coldplay's Chris Martin, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, Kanye West, The Who and a newly added Eric Clapton, and The Rolling Stones!
All money raised through ticket sales for the event will benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy via the Robin Hood Foundation.
Sandy lashed the East Coast in late October, devastating parts of New York and New Jersey, causing more than 100 deaths and leaving behind tens of billions of dollars worth of damage.