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Listen: Jenny Lewis and Paul Schaffer Cover The McCoys’ “Sorrow” in Tribute to David Bowie

Paul Schaffer and the World's Most Dangerous Band Due Out March 17 via Sire

Jan 06, 2017 David Bowie Bookmark and Share

Longtime former David Letterman bandleader Paul Schaffer is releasing a self-titled new album with his backing band, The World’s Most Dangerous Band, on March 17 via Sire. Paul Schaffer and the World’s Most Dangerous Band is the follow-up to The World’s Most Dangerous Party, which came out 24 years ago. The album features various special guests, including Bill Murray and Jenny Lewis. The collaboration with Lewis is a cover of The McCoys’ 1965 song “Sorrow,” which David Bowie covered on his 1973 album Pin Ups. This cover is in tribute to the late Bowie. Listen below via Spotify or Apple Music, followed by the album’s tracklist and Bowie’s version of “Sorrow.”

Paul Schaffer and the World’s Most Dangerous Band Tracklist:

1. “Cast Your Fate To The Wind” - featuring Shaggy
2. “Why Can’t We Live Together” - featuring Darius Rucker
3. “Sorrow” - featuring Jenny Lewis
4. “Yeh Yeh” - featuring Paul Shaffer
5. “Win Your Love For Me” - featuring Dion
6. “Happy Street” - featuring Bill Murray
7. “Some Kind Of Wonderful” - featuring Felicia Collins
8. “Rhythm” - featuring Leo Napier
9. “I Don’t Need No Doctor” - featuring Valerie Simpson & Felicia Collins
10. “Enjoy The Ride” - featuring Will Lee
11. “Just Because” - featuring Paul Shaffer
12. “Wigwam”


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