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Paul McCartney Announces New Album

Paul McCartney Announces New Album

You’ve got to be pretty envious of Paul McCartney, dude is so established he can record, tour, and make millions of dollars on a whim. It’s also nice that his twilight-years discography is a hell of a lot less embarrassing than Ringo’s.

His campaign will continue into 2012 with a new studio record, which will apparently feature appearances from people like Stevie Wonder and Eric Clapton. It’s an album of covers from McCartney’s childhood, as well as a few new compositions, he’s saying the songs included are “the songs me and John based quite a few things on.”

"I always thought artists like Fred Astaire were very cool. Writers like Harold Arlen, Cole Porter, all of those guys - I just thought the songs were magical," he continued. McCartney also mentioned that the sessions were “very organic” and reminded him of his time with The Beatles – which might be something he’s required to say at this point. The currently-untitled album doesn’t have a release date yet, but next summer seems the most likely. You know, in time for the festivals. [NME]

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