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‘We Are the World’ Turns 20 on DVD
NEW YORK (Billboard) – The 20th anniversary of the release of USA For Africa’s charity single “We Are the World” will be marked Feb. 1 with the DVD “We Are the World: The Story Behind the Song.”
The double-disc set, from Image Entertainment, boasts more than four hours of footage from the historic session, which featured some of the biggest names in music.
The announcement comes on the heels of the release of a 20th anniversary version of Band Aid’s “Do They Know It’s Christmas,” the British famine relief charity single that spurred both the USA for Africa tune and the Live Aid concert. A DVD featuring most of the Live Aid performances also hit stores recently.
Bruce Springsteen, Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan and Diana Ross were among the artists on hand for the original Jan. 28, 1985, session that birthed “We are the World.” It went on to sell more than seven million copies worldwide and win the song and record of the year Grammys.
The single and accompanying album have raised more than $60 million for African famine relief. Proceeds from the upcoming DVD will benefit the same cause.
In addition to an expanded edition of the original “making of” special released on home video in 1985, “The Story Behind the Song” will include a 10th anniversary documentary about the song and two hours of rehearsal and recording footage.
Fans will also be able to use a newly created karaoke function to sing over the song’s chorus and instrumental breaks. Additional clips include “We Are the World” performances at the Grammys, American Music Awards and Live Aid.
“I wish I could say that ‘We Are The World’ solved all the problems it highlighted,” says Ken Kragen, one of the original recording session’s co-organizers. “Nevertheless, it did shed incredible light on those problems, galvanized many into action and set an example of what people can accomplish when they come together in pursuit of helping others in need.”