Jack White and Neil Young apparently have teamed up for a new album of cover songs. According to veteran music journalist Michael Goldberg , the former White Stripes leader and the legendary rocker have recorded a full album of tribute tracks, which is set be released sometime in the near future.
Goldberg adds he expects the release will feature interpretations of a variety of cuts from singer/songwriters, including Bert Jansch ’s “Needle of Death,” Phil Ochs ’ “Changes,” Bob Dylan ’s “Blowin’ in the Wind,” Gordon Lightfoot ’s “Early Morning Rain,” Ivory Joe Hunter ’s “Since I Met You Baby” and Tim Hardin ’s “Reason to Believe,” several of which Young has been playing during his recent live concerts.
A title and release date for the collaborative album has yet to be revealed.
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