Bridging the Distance

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Bridging the Distance: a Portland, OR covers compilation
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Compilation album by various artists
Released 2007
Label Arena Rock Recording Co.

Bridging the Distance: a Portland, OR covers compilation is a compilation album released April 17, 2007 by Arena Rock Recording Co. to benefit p:ear.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Performing Artist Length
1. "Think about Me" (Originally recorded by Fleetwood Mac) Christine McVie The Decemberists  
2. "The Harder They Come" (Originally recorded by Jimmy Cliff) Jimmy Cliff Pat MacDonald  
3. "Long Distance Runaround" (Originally recorded by Yes) Jon Anderson The Joggers  
4. "Dancing in the Dark" (Originally recorded by Bruce Springsteen) Bruce Springsteen The Snuggle Ups  
5. "Tangerine" (Originally recorded by Led Zeppelin) Jimmy Page The Thermals  
6. "Shattered Dreams" (Originally recorded by Johnny Hates Jazz) Clark Datchler Christopher Walla  
7. "Eye in the Sky" (Originally recorded by The Alan Parsons Project) Alan Parsons/Eric Woolfson Viva Voce  
8. "That Smell" (Originally recorded by Lynyrd Skynyrd) Allen Collins/Ronnie Van Zant The Minus 5  
9. "Sombre Reptiles" (Originally recorded by Brian Eno) Brian Eno Talkdemonic  
10. "Don't Bring Me Down" (Originally recorded by Electric Light Orchestra) Jeff Lynne The Minders  
11. "Sister Christian" (Originally recorded by Night Ranger) Kelly Keagy The Kingdom  
12. "What a Fool Believes[1]" (Originally recorded by The Doobie Brothers) Kenny Loggins/Michael McDonald Lackthereof  
13. "White Wedding" (Originally recorded by Billy Idol) Billy Idol Whip  
14. "Invincible" (Originally recorded by Pat Benatar) Simon Climie/Holly Knight Wet Confetti  
15. "She Sells Sanctuary" (Originally recorded by The Cult) Ian Astbury/Billy Duffy The Dandy Warhols  
16. "Pearl of the Quarter" (Originally recorded by Steely Dan) Walter Becker/Donald Fagen Point Juncture, WA  
17. "Crazy on You" (Originally recorded by Heart) Ann Wilson/Nancy Wilson Blitzen Trapper  
18. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?[2]" (Originally recorded by Brinsley Schwarz) Nick Lowe Crosstide  
19. "Bring It on Home to Me" (Originally recorded by Sam Cooke) Sam Cooke Britt Daniel  

Bonus tracks (available in digital format only)[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Performing Artist Length
1. "Black Sabbath" (Originally recorded by Black Sabbath) Ozzy Osbourne/Tony Iommi/Geezer Butler/Bill Ward Wroom  
2. "They Don't Know" (Originally recorded by Kirsty MacColl) Kirsty MacColl Tara Jane O'Neil  
3. "Starman" (Originally recorded by David Bowie) David Bowie Boy Eats Drum Machine  
4. "I Saw Your Mommy" (Originally recorded by Suicidal Tendencies) Mike Muir/Louiche Mayorga The Punk Group  
5. "Til Death Us Do Part" (Originally recorded by The Kinks) Ray Davies Mirah w/ Golden Bears  
6. "Free Money" (Originally recorded by Patti Smith) Patti Smith/Lenny Kaye Swan Island  


  1. ^ The album incorrectly lists the credit for What a Fool Believes as (Lester Abrams/Rev. Patrick Henderson/Kenny Loggins/Michael McDonald). Although Abrams and Henderson have had associations with McDonald, and have co-written other songs with him, "What a Fool Believes" was written by Loggins and McDonald. See Abrams and Henderson for more information.
  2. ^ The album incorrectly lists this track as "Originally recorded by Elvis Costello". Although Costello covered this track, it was originally recorded by Brinsley Schwarz.

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