The Rolling Stones And Paul McCartney In The Studio Together

The Rolling Stones And Paul McCartney In The Studio Together

Photo Credit: Mick Jagger by  Northfoto / Shutterstock.com  – Paul McCartney by Mark Reinstein / Shutterstock.com

Now talk about a new album that will get people finally back in the record stores. The Rolling Stones and the former Beatle have gotten together in the recording studio as work has continued on the new yet unnamed Rolling Stones studio album. The Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney recording together on new album sounds like one of those supergroup fantasy stories. However, it has been reported that Paul McCartney has been playing bass on at least one of the new tracks the Rolling Stones have been recording for their first new studio album of original material since 2005’s A Bigger Bang. The Rolling Stones did release a new studio album in 2016 entitled Blues And Lonesome, but it was an album of blues covers done in tribute to their earlier days.

It has also been reported that Ringo Starr had been playing drums on some of the tracks but that rumor has also been denied by an associate of the band. We will have to wait and see on that one. I am sure we will be finding out more about this new recording in the upcoming weeks as more info leaks out of the Rolling Stones Kingdom.

Keith Richards also made the statement, that Rolling Stones fans have not heard the last of Charlie Watts explaining that Charlie Watts had already recorded many of his parts for the new album before he passed away last year. Charlie Watts was replaced by Steve Jordan for the Stones’ live shows who is said to have been recording in the studio with The Rolling Stones on the new album. Steve Jordan and Keith Richards have worked together in the studio before as Steve Jordan was a member of Keith Richard’s solo band The X-Pensive Winos. We can probably assume that Daryl Jones will be playing bass on the album. Daryl Jones replaced Bill Wyman in 1993. The man has been playing bass and recording with The Rolling Stones for thirty years now. I think it’s time to make him an official Rolling Stone.

The Rolling Stones’ new album is being produced by Andrew Watt. The young man was born in 1990 and hails from Great Neck, New York which is on Long Island for people unfamiliar with NY. Andrew Watt is currently one of the hottest producers in the business. While Watt may be only in his early 30s, he is no stranger to classic rock. He won a Grammy Award for Producer of the year in 2021. He has worked with  Elton John, Ozzy, Glenn Hughes, Eddie Vedder, Miley Cyrus, Ed Sheeran and many others. It will be interesting to hear how much of an influence he has on the new Rolling Stones album.

In the end, Rolling Stones fans, as well as most of the music world, would gladly take any sort of band configuration for a new Rolling Stones Studio album. The Rolling Stones have produced only one new studio album of original material in the past twenty-five years. A Bigger Bang was released in 2005. Their previous studio album was released in 1997 entitled Bridges to Babylon. However, we highly doubt that anyone back in the 1970s would have thought that The Rolling Stones would still be releasing new albums when Keith Richards and Mick Jagger both were about to turn 80 years old. The fact that the band is still together and touring at their age, and doing it so well, is a great gift to us all from the Gods of Rock And Roll.

 

Photo Credit: Mick Jagger by  Northfoto / Shutterstock.com  – Paul McCartney by Mark Reinstein / Shutterstock.com

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