Paul McCartney dreams of albums with Bob Dylan, David Byrne

    After he’s done working his newest album, Electric Argument, Sir Paul McCartney tells Absolute Radio that he’d like to finally team-up with Bob Dylan. He then mentions that he’s also got his eyes on David Byrne, though he seems to be making a wish list more than hinting towards specific plans. Unlike most artists, McCartney actually has the weight to make this happen so it’s entirely possible that colloborations with one or both of these legends could actually come to light sooner than later. It’s hard to imagine precisely what any of that would sound like, but it’ll be great to eventually find out.McCartney’s current collaboration with Youth (which they’re calling Fireman) will be available Nov. 25. [NME]