Several modern rock giants, including Blur's Damon Albarn, Queens of the Stone Age, Yo La Tengo and Matthew Sweet, have contributed tracks to the upcoming tribute record This Is Where I Belong: The Songs of Ray Davies & the Kinks,which comes out later this year on Praxis Recordings. Ray Davies himself joins Damon Albarn on the song, "Waterloo Sunset," from the 1967 Kinks album Something Else. Matthew Sweet performs "Big Sky" from the 1968 album Village Green Preservation Society,Fastball play "Till the End of the Day" from 1965's The Kink Kontroversy and Queens of the Stone Age re-interpret "Who'll Be the Next in Line" from Kinkdom, also from 1965.
The tracklisting is as follows:
Fountains of Wayne - "Better Things"
Bebel Gilberto - "No Return"
Steve Forbert - "Starstruck"
Jonathan Richman - "Stop Your Sobbing"
Queens of the Stone Age - "Who'll Be the Next in Line"
Matthew Sweet - "Big Sky"
Lambchop - "Art Lover"
Bill Lloyd and Tommy Womack - "Picture Book"
Tim O'Brien - "Muswell Hillbilly"
The Minus Five - "Get Back in Line"
Ron Sexsmith - "This Is Where I Belong"
Fastball - "Till the End of the Day"
Yo La Tengo - "Fancy"
Ray Davies and Damon Albarn - "Waterloo Sunset"