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- Posted on May 28th 2010 7:15AM by Chris Cope
According to Contactmusic, in what is surely one of the oddest combinations in recent times, Nas will take on AC/DC's classic track 'Back in Black' with Santana in tow on guitar.
Soundgarden frontman Cornell is tasked with producing vocals for Led Zeppelin's 'Whole Lotta Love', whilst Cocker will perform on a cover of Jimi Hendrix's 'Little Wing'.
Former Doors keyboard player Manzarek meanwhile will collaborate on a remake of his old band's song, 'Riders on the Storm'.
Santana revealed to Rolling Stone magazine that he tried to ensure the new album was especially pleasing for females.
He said: "I paid special attention to the groove so the females would get completely aroused."
The guitarist has been keeping a relatively low profile in recent years, although in 2009 he called upon President Obama to legalize marijuana, claiming that all the money made could be reinvested in teachers and education.