It looks like the Rolling Stones might record with the two surviving members of the Beatles, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. according to diverseMcCartney has already recorded bass parts for an upcoming Stones project, apparently worked on by super-producer Andrew Watt.
according to diverseIn his, was recording sessions recently in Los Angeles. At the moment, it’s unclear if Starr and McCartney will appear on the same track or which songs will appear on the final track listing. diverse He claims to know, however, that the album is “approaching the mixing stage”.
This will be the Stones’ first album of original material since 2005 Bigger blastnot to mention his 2016 album of blues covers blue and lonely. The new Stones album will likely feature contributions from founding drummer Charlie Watts, who passed away in 2021 at the age of 80. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards confirmed in 2021. Los Angeles Times interview that Watts had already recorded his parts for a number of songs before his death. Richards said, “Let me put it this way, you haven’t heard the last Charlie Watts.”
This would also be a breakthrough in the Beatles-Stones relationship, which has fluctuated from intense rivalry to completely icy over the years. In 2021, McCartney said the Stones were a “blues cover band… I think our network was a little bit wider than theirs.” Just a few weeks later, Jagger joked on a Los Angeles show that McCartney was in the audience and was about to “join us for the blues cover.”
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