tribute album

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Noun1.tribute album - concept album compiling a performer's work or work supporting some worthy causetribute album - concept album compiling a performer's work or work supporting some worthy cause
concept album - an album whose recordings are unified by some theme (instrumental or lyrical or narrative or compositional)
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Cohen also appeared on a tribute album to fellow Canadian songwriter Joni Mitchell led by jazz legend Herbie Hancock, which won Album of the Year in 2008.
1 in the physical charts and the next thing I knew I was being bombarded with offers to do a Bowie tribute album.
Jamie has just been feted with the tribute album, 'Hey, It's Me, Jamie,' by Star Music.
So - if he wants to do a tribute album - more power to him.
The tribute album is a star-studded affair with, besides Hill (who's also a co-producer), Mary J Blige, Usher, Gregory Porter, Alice Smith and Simone's daughter, Lisa.
THE Art of McCartney tribute album, featuring various worldfamous artists' cover version's of Macca's most famous songs, is due for release next month.
The song, recorded for the "Art of McCartney'' tribute album coming out in November and featuring Paul McCartney's son James on keyboards, just sounds terribly much like everyone involved is having a blast, and that makes it hard not to enjoy listening to it.
Bon Giovi has been performing throughout Europe and the Middle East for more than 10 years and was the only British tribute act to be asked to make a guest appearance on the New Jersey, USA tribute album Garden State Of Mind Vol.
But the singer's legacy, whose life was cut short at 53, is very much alive and well, as this tribute album shows.
Cue a tribute album boasting the biggest names in classic rock.
This time she is in Eugene launching her tour for "First Came Memphis Minnie," a tribute album to one of Muldaur's heroes in the blues.
OCDC Get The Blessing NOT a tribute album to AC/DC, but some stonking Bristolian jazz-punk halfway between Pigbag and James White & The Blacks.