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Starbucks will release a companion CD to Christy Turlington Burns' documentary "No Woman No Cry" that will include music from Rosanne Cash, the Dixie Chicks, Jennifer Lopez, Madonna, Sinead O'Connor, Gwyneth Paltrow and others.

The "Every Mother Counts" CD will be released April 12. Starbucks will donate $8 from the sale of each CD between April 12 and May 9 to CARE for its maternal health programs in coffee growing countries. The Oprah Winfrey Network, OWN, will broadcast the film on May 7.

Martha Wainwright, music supervisor and composer on the film, has contributed a version of Bob Marley's "No Woman No Cry," Paltrow covers Kate Bush's "This Woman's Work" and Rosanne Cash offers an acoustic version of "Motherless Children." Patti Scialfa's "Children's Song" is among the tracks that have not been previously released.

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Turlington Burns founded the organization Every Mother Counts last year and has screened her film at health conferences and film festivals in the U.S., the U.K., Canada, India, Guatemala, Poland and Zanzibar. The film follows expecting mothers in four countries -- Tanzania, Bangladesh, Guatemala and the Unites States -- as they face obstacles to receiving healthcare.

The complete track listing:

Martha Wainwright "Leave Behind"
Carla Bruni "Le Loup, La Biche et Le Chevalier (Une Chanson Douce)"
Gwyneth Paltrow "This Woman's Work"
Madonna "Promise to Try"
Patti Scialfa "Children's Song"
Toshi Reagon and Bernice Johnson Reagon "There and Back Again, Pt. 2"
Angelique Kidjo "Sweet Lullaby"
Ani DiFranco "Present/Infant" (remix)
Dixie Chicks "Lullaby"
Rosanne Cash "Motherless Children" (acoustic version)
Sheryl Crow "Lullaby for Wyatt"
Jennifer Lopez "One Step at a Time"
Karen Elson "The Last Laugh"
Sinead O'Connor "Petit Poulet"
Martha Wainwright "No Woman, No Cry"


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