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Paul McCartney Releasing An Album Of Standards

09:01 AM Monday 12/19/11 | |

Paul McCartney is releasing an album of standards – plus two new songs of his own.

The former Beatle announced Monday that his new disc will be out Feb. 7. It doesn’t have a title yet. He’s already streaming one song, “My Valentine,” on his website.

McCartney says he and John Lennon were inspired in their own writing by some of the standards. Some of them he first heard when his father performed them at home on piano.
Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder make appearances on the disc, which was recorded with Diana Krall and her band.

McCartney says he’s been thinking about the project for 20 years and at age 69 decided “if I don’t do it now, I’ll never do it.”


Comments

  1. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    03:18 PM, Dec 19, 2011

    These artists can do whatever they want with their craft; if you do not like it, do not buy it. Period.

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  2. RenoDavid wrote:

    01:50 PM, Dec 19, 2011

    Graham, I can't say it any better than you. Sad.

  3. GrahamBanks wrote:

    01:36 PM, Dec 19, 2011

    Ugh!  Please don't release this.  You were holding on to some relevance and dignity by releasing modestly clever but widely ignored records over the past decade.  This will put you round the bend as an artist.  Unless it's an album of country and western swing, it's all been done before.  Please don't join Rod Stewart and Phil Collins in the realm of important artists that just don't care anymore.

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