Radio personality Don Imus has announced the artists and track listing for The Imus Ranch Record II, scheduled for an Oct. 26 release on New West Records. The project features artists from a variety of genres performing songs chosen by the radio personality. Jamey Johnson’s cover of Meat Loaf’s “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” leads the album. Other selections include Hayes Carll on Roger Miller’s “King of the Road,” Elizabeth Cook on “You Move Too Fast,” Levon Helm’s “It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Lot to Cry” and Sam Moore on “Bop.” Other featured artists include Delbert McClinton, Kinky Friedman and Charlie Robison. The project raises money for the Imus Ranch, founded by Don Imus and Dierdre Imus to provide the experience of the great American cowboy to children suffering from cancer or serious blood disorders, and children who have lost siblings to sudden infant death syndrome. The first Imus Ranch Record was issued in 2008.