Geldof said he had been spurred into action by a call three weeks ago from the United Nations. (AFP Photo/Mal Fairclough/Files)
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One Direction, Ed Sheeran and a host of other stars are to raise money to fight Ebola with a 30th anniversary version of the Band Aid charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" Bob Geldof announced Monday.Other artists already signed up for the single include U2 frontman Bono – who sang on the original recording – Coldplay's Chris Martin, Bastille, Elbow, Ellie Goulding, Emeli Sande, Foals, Paloma Faith, Queen drummer Roger Taylor, Sinead O'Connor and Underworld.The vocals will be recorded Saturday at Sarm Studios in west London, just as on the original recording.Geldof also said there would be French, German and U.S. versions featuring artists from those countries.Geldof slammed certain countries for not doing enough to contribute.
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