Clockwise from upper left: Bright Eyes, Ed Sheeran, Louis Armstrong, Etta James, Peter Gabriel Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Love Songs You Love To Love

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Peter Gabriel's 2010 covers album Scratch My Back is complemented this year by a multi-artist tribute album, And I'll Scratch Yours. Michele Turriani/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Peter Gabriel's Favorite Artists Remake His Music From 'Scratch'

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Peter Gabriel's new album, And I'll Scratch Yours, comes out Jan. 7. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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And I'll Scratch Yours

<em>Audio for First Listens is no longer available after the album is released.</em>
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Guest DJ Peter Gabriel

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Clockwise from upper left: Peter Gabriel, MC Ride of Death Grips, Metz, Kevin Devine of Bad Books Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Peter Gabriel's 'So' At 25, Death Grips, Peter Bjorn And John, More

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New Mix: Childish Gambino, Symphonic Peter Gabriel, More

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Peter Gabriel takes Bon Iver's "Flume" and locates its breathtaking grandiosity. Nadav Kander hide caption

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'Flume' by Peter Gabriel

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