Kenny Loggins was one of the more than 40 A-listers who joined forces on "We Are the World."
He says Bob Dylan needed a little coaching before recording his part on the charity single, which ruled the radio in April 1985.
Loggins believes it was producer Quincy Jones who had to coach Dylan into sounding like his character. However, in a 2012 Rolling Stone article, Stevie Wonder gets the credit.
Kenny Loggins talked about Bob Dylan needing some coaching before "We Are the World" was recorded:
"The way I heard it was that somebody wanted him to imitate Bob Dylan. So, it was Quincy [Jones] or somebody in the control room, going [sung exaggerated], 'We are the world, we are the children.' They're trying to teach him how to sound like him. So, I imagine that was a little frustrating for Dylan."