By Philip Cosores
It was old meets new as music legend Paul McCartney debuted a never-before-heard old songs in the most modern of ways: during a Twitter Q&A.
The track, “Beware My Love,” was originally featured on the 1975 Wings album, Wings at the Speed of Sound, but not in the form debuted by McCartney. In this newly released version, percussion duties are handled by none other than John Bonham, a fellow musical master that is best known as the long-time drummer of Led Zeppelin before his untimely death in 1980.
Bonham’s presence on the song, despite being relegated to his normal role as drummer, can be felt throughout, especially during the particularly memorable bridge.
You can check out the newly premiered song on iTunes via the link McCartney provided in his tweet (above). You can own it among the additional bonus tracks on the reissue version of Wings at the Speed of Sound when it hits digital and actual shelves on November 4. An updated reissue of the band’s previous album, Venus and Mars, will be released on the same day.
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