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Sir Paul McCartney has teamed up with TV chef Jamie Oliver for a new charity initiative involving awesome downloads.

The Night Of A 1000 Dinners is the annual, global initiative of Adopt-A-Minefield that encourages people to host dinners and collect donations to help landmine survivors and their families and allow communities to return land to productive use. And to celebrate the “Dining to Demine” theme, Jamie Oliver is offering a range of exclusive free recipes for the event.

Sir Paul is also doing his bit for the event by encouraging people to be a guest at his own virtual Night of a Thousand Dinners Celebration by making a minimum donation of $25. Registered guests will receive a special gift via email from Paul – a download of an exclusive track called Lifelong Passion, a song the 65-year-old singer recorded under the name of the Fireman, and the result of a collaboration with respected producer Youth.

Fans only have one day left to donate and get their downloads, available at Sir Paul’s website.

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