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Lennon, Dylan Appear On ‘Songs For Japan’

John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Elton John are among the artists featured on the 38-song charity album being released by Universal Records for Japan Disaster Relief. The album costs $9.99 and is available through iTunes for purchase and download.

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U2, Sting, R.E.M. and Bon Jovi are among the other artists featured on the effort. A remastered version of Lennon’s “Imagine” kicks off the tracklist. Dylan has offered up the topical “Shelter from the Storm,” while Springsteen and Elton add “Human Touch” and “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,” respectively.

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