Bridging the Distance
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|Bridging the Distance: a Portland, OR covers compilation|
|Compilation album by various artists|
|Label||Arena Rock Recording Co.|
Bonus tracks (available in digital format only)
|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|
- 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.
- The album incorrectly lists this track as "Originally recorded by Elvis Costello". Although Costello covered this track, it was originally recorded by Brinsley Schwarz.