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SMALL FACES: Call him Der Stingle: Sting...

SMALL FACES: Call him Der Stingle: Sting has recorded three pop standards for “Leaving Las Vegas,” the film starring Nicolas Cage, Elizabeth Shue and Richard Lewis (though not featuring the Sheryl Crow song that gave it the title). Sting’s selections are “Angel Eyes,” “My One and Only Love” and “It’s a Lonesome Old Town,” all to be included on a soundtrack album due Oct. 24. . . .

The soundtrack for “Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead” does feature the Warren Zevon song from which it took its title, as well as new recordings by Blues Traveler (a version of Bob Seger’s “Get Out of Denver”), Morphine, Freedy Johnston, and the Neville Brothers with Buddy Guy, as well as oldies by Johnny Cash, Bing Crosby (Der Bingle), Dean Martin and others. The album is due Oct. 3. . . .

Wynonna is working on her third album without her mom Naomi Judd (and her first as a mom) in Nashville with producer Tony Brown. It’s due in stores about the same time she kicks off her ’96 tour in February. . . .

Vince Neil’s “Skylar’s Song,” written for his 4-year-old daughter, who died recently of stomach cancer, is being added to his upcoming “Carved in Stone” album, due Sept. 5. Proceeds from the song will go to Los Angeles’ Children’s Hospital via the T.J. Martell Foundation. A possible concert for the same organizations is being discussed.*

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