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Hear Lady Gaga, Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift And More On ‘One World: Together At Home’ Album

The 79-track album, featuring highlights from Saturday’s live-stream, will benefit the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

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Following Saturday’s star-studded One World: Together At Home live-stream, a 79-song soundtrack, One World: Together at Home The Album, has been released to streaming platforms via Global Citizen and Universal Music Group. The album features four hours of music, captured during the at-home performances by some of music’s biggest names, including Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift, Elton John and The Rolling Stones. All proceeds from the streaming of One World: Together at Home The Album will benefit the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

Presented by Global Citizen, the eight-hour One World: Together At Home concert raised nearly $128 million. Viewers were treated to intimate, home performances by a collection of artists that not only spanned multiple genres but also several generations, thanks in part to Lady Gaga, who served as the live-stream’s Creative Director. Gaga kicked off the event with a performance of the standard, ‘Smile’, made famous by Nat King Cole in 1954.

Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert served as emcees for the event, which aired live across multiple digital platforms and over 60 global networks, including ABC, NBC and CBS in the US.

Highlights from the marathon broadcast included a cover of Bobby Hebb’s 1966 hit ‘Sunny’, from Billie Eilish and Finneas, an uplifting remote duet of Ben E. King’s 1961 classic, ‘Stand By Me’ from Sam Smith and John Legend, and The Rolling Stone’s ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’, which the band members each performed from their homes.

Stevie Wonder, meanwhile, paid tribute to the late Bill Withers with a rendition of ‘Lean On Me’, and Paul McCartney honoured his mother – who was a World War II era-nurse – before performing a soulful version of ‘Lady Madonna’. With his piano set up in his driveway, Elton John played the anthem, ‘I’m Still Standing’.

Another notable appearance came from Taylor Swift, who surprised fans with a brave performance of ballad, ‘Soon You’ll Get Better’, which came as a surprise to fans after the artist shared that the song, off her new album, Lover, brought up a lot of emotions. “I don’t know if I’ll ever play it live,” said Swift in a SiriusXM Town Hall last year. “It’s just really difficult for me. It was hard to write. It’s hard to sing. It’s hard to listen to for me. But sometimes, music is like that. Sometimes it’s not just about stuff that was pleasant to feel.”

In an official statement, Hugh Evans, Co-Founder and CEO of Global Citizen, said, “With the generous support of artists, record labels and the world’s biggest streaming services, One World: Together at Home The Album will continue to generate support for the healthcare and other frontline workers around the world who are helping to save lives. With this album, fans will be able to revisit their favourite performances, while those who may have missed the live event will be able to experience the community created by this historic global event.”

One World: Together at Home The Album is available now. Scroll down to view the tracklist, and listen to it here.

One World: Together at Home The Album tracklist:
1. Smile – Lady Gaga
2. Lean on Me / Love’s in Need of Love Today – Stevie Wonder
3. Lady Madonna – Paul McCartney
4. Rainbow – Kacey Musgraves
5. I’m Still Standing – Elton John
6. Safety Dance – Jimmy Fallon & The Roots
7. Carnaval – Maluma
8. What a Wonderful World – Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes
9. River Cross – Eddie Vedder
10. A Change is Gonna Come – Lizzo
11. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – The Rolling Stones
12. Higher Love – Keith Urban
13. African Giant / Hallelujah – Burna Boy
14. People – Jennifer Lopez
15. Stand by Me – John Legend & Sam Smith
16. Wake Me Up When September Ends – Billie Joe Armstrong
17. Sunny (feat. FINNEAS) – Billie Eilish
18. Soon You’ll Get Better – Taylor Swift
19. The Prayer – Andrea Bocelli, Céline Dion, John Legend, Lady Gaga & Lang Lang
20. Rise Up – Andra Day
21. Black and White – Niall Horan
22. Aaj Bhi – Vishual Mishra
23. Purple Hat – Sofi Tukker
24. The Bones – Hozier & Maren Morris
25. Mad World – Adam Lambert
26. I Will Never Let You Down – Rita Ora
27. Rainbow – Kesha
28. Nocturne in B Flat Minor, Op. 9, No. 1 – Lang Lang & Gina Alice Redinger
29. No Me Doy Por Vencido – Luis Fonsi
30. Memory – Jennifer Hudson
31. Drive – Black Coffee & Delilah Montagu
32. Mr. Brightside – The Killers
33. Sajna Ve – Lisa Mishra
34. Stolen Dance – Milky Chance
35. See You Again – Charlie Puth
36. Coffin – Jessie Reyez
37. Troublemaker – Picture This
38. Flashlight – Jessie J
39. The Light – Common
40. Robarte Un Beso – Sebastián Yatra
41. I Want to Hold Your Hand – Ben Platt
42. Together We are One – Delta Goodrem
43. I Save the World the Day – Annie Lennox
44. I Shall Believe – Sheryl Crow
45. Más Futuro Que Pasado – Juanes
46. Love Me Like You Do – Ellie Goulding
47. People, I’ve Been Sad – Christine and the Queens
48. Everybody’s Got to Learn Sometime – Zucchero
49. Better Together – Jack Johnson
50. Praying – Kesha
51. Malome – Cassper Nyovest
52. Super Power – Adam Lambert
53. Drinkee – Sofi Tukker
54. Let’s Fall in Love for the Night – FINNEAS
55. Caution – The Killers
56. I’ll Be There – Jess Glynne
57. Good Over Here – Sho Madjozi
58. For You – Rita Ora & Liam Payne
59. God is Love – Common
60. Mountains – Christine and the Queens
61. Bad Habit – Ben Platt
62. Winona Ryder – Picture This
63. Es Por Tí– Juanes
64. Attention – Charlie Puth
65. Brown Skin Girl – Leslie Odom Jr.
66. Sunshine Girl – Billy Ray Cyrus
67. Burn – Ellie Goulding
68. Everyday is a Winding Road – Sheryl Crow
69. Take Me to Church – Hozier
70. Balance ton quoi – Angèle
71. Un Año – Sebastián Yatra
72. With You – SuperM
73. Despacito – Luis Fonsi
74. Bang Bang – Jessie J
75. What I’m Leaving For – Lady Antebellum
76. There Must Be an Angel – Annie Lennox & Lola Lennox
77. Slow Hands – Niall Horan
78. Bigger Love – John Legend
79. Hallelujah – Jennifer Hudson

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