It's album of duets, not a Welsh male voice choir...

Tom Jones has teamed up with James Dean Bradfield, Robbie Williams, Cerys Mathews and Divine Comedy on his new album ‘Reload’ set for a September release.

The songs are a mixture of covers and originals.

The tracklist confirmed so far (with original artists in brackets) is


(3 Dog Night) ‘Mama Told Me Not To Come’ with Kelly Jones (Talking Heads) ‘Burning Down The House’ with The Cardigans (Elvis Presley)‘I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone’ with James Dean Bradfield (INXS) ‘Never Tear Us Apart’ with Natalie Imbruglia (The George Baker Selection) ‘Little Green Bag’ with Barenaked Ladies (Van Morrison) ‘Sometimes We Cry’ with Van Morrison (Lenny Kravitz) ‘Are You Going To Go My Way’ with Robbie Williams (Gladys Knight And The Pips) ‘You Need Love Like I Do’ with Heather Small from M People (Iggy Pop) ‘Lust For Life’ with Chrissie Hynde (Sam & Dave) ‘Ain’t That A Lot Of Love’ with Mick Hucknall (Tom Jones) ‘Looking Out My Window’ with The James Taylor Quartet (Portishead) ‘All Mine’ with The Divine Comedy

“I’ve had some of the best times singing with other singers and bands, and I’ve always done it throughout my career. I’m very pleased these artists have said ‘Yes’ to the invitation, because I’m sure something very special is going to happen when we get down to working together,” said Tom Jones. “Every one of them is fresh and strong, no matter what kind of music they do, or how long they’ve been around. I’m absolutely thrilled to be having this experience.”

The album, produced by Steven Hague, will be released on Gut records, home of Space.