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The Beatles Contribute To New Rolling Stones LP

According to reliable sources the Beatles Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Ringo Starr have recorded parts for the upcoming Rolling Stones album.

Despite decades of rivalry, with McCartney and Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger‘s tongue-in-cheek jabs in recent years, the two iconic UK bands have ‘Come Together’ for the ‘Satisfaction’ group’s first LP since 2005’s ‘A Bigger Bang.’

In 2021, Paul McCartney called the Stones “a blues cover band”, and Jagger responded at a concert by saying the ‘Let it Be’ hitmaker was “going to join us in a blues cover later.”

According to Variety, McCartney, now 80, is said to have recorded bass parts in a Los Angeles studio in recent weeks, and the first album since the 2021 passing of drummer Charlie Watts is produced by Andrew Watt, and is said to be in the “mixing phase.”

Stones guitarist Keith Richards recently teased that new music is “on its way” and in a belated Happy New Year message to fans, the 79-year-old rocker took to Instagram: with “Hi guys, here we are again.” “Wishing you all a belated Happy New Year and there’s some new music on its way and hopefully we’ll get to see you. Let’s keep our fingers crossed.”

Stones bass guitarist Ronnie Wood confirmed that late drummer Charlie will be featured on the band’s next album writing “We are recording the new album now and we are going to LA in a few weeks to carry it on and finish it off. Charlie is on some of the tracks and drummer Steve Jordan.”

The new full length will be the first to feature brand new compositions by singer Jagger and Richards since 2005’s ‘A Bigger Bang’, that follows their 2020 ‘Living in a Ghost Town’ single.

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Author: Saul Goode

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