Total: $0.00

And I'll Scratch Yours

Peter Gabriel

CD  |  Rock  |  27 Sep 2013


Currently not in stock - Usually dispatched: 5-10 days

Not available

This product is a member of the following groups/offers:

3 For $50 Music


Featuring the likes of Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, Randy Newman, David Byrne, Lou Reed, Paul Simon and more covering songs from throughout Peter Gabriel’s solo career including classic such as Shock the Monkey, Games Without Frontiers, Big Time, Don’t Give Up and Solsbury Hill.

And I'll Scratch Yours, set for release on 27 September 2013, is the companion piece to the album Scratch My Back released in 2010. At the time of the release of Scratch My Back Peter Gabriel said; "Rather than make a traditional covers record, I thought it would be much more fun to create a new type of project in which artists communicated with each other and swapped a song for a song, i.e. you do one of mine and I’ll do one of yours, hence the title - Scratch My Back - And I’ll Scratch Yours. Although, at first, I hoped to have the companion record out at the same time, it became clear it would take a while longer pulling in the second record with all the other artists. This will come later".

It’s three years later, but that record, And I'll Scratch Yours is now ready for release.


Title: And I'll Scratch Yours

Format: CD

Release Date: 27 Sep 2013

Artist: Peter Gabriel

Sku: 2238950

Catalogue No: PGCD14

Category: Rock

Disc Count: 1

Transfer Format: Compact Disc

Video Format: Alternative

Primary Audio: PGCD14

Language: 0884108002117

Subtitles: Universal Music



I Don't Remember (david Byrne) - David Byrne

Come Talk To Me (bon Iver) - Bon Iver

Blood Of Eden (regina Spektor) - Regina Spektor

Not One Of Us (stephin Merritt) - Stephin Merritt

Shock The Monkey (joseph Arthur) - Joseph Arthur

Big Time (randy Newman) - Randy Newman

Games Without Frontiers (arcade Fire) - Arcade Fire

Mercy Street (elbow) - Elbow

Mother Of Violence (feist Ft. Timer Timbre) - Brian Eno

Solsbury Hill (lou Reed) - Feist

Biko (paul Simon) - Lou Reed