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Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney have been photographed together after the two men connected in the studio.

Starr posted the photo on his Twitter feed, “Thanks for coming over and playing Great bass. I love you man peace and love”.


Starr’s publicist later confirmed to Billboard that McCartney was there to contribute to Starr’s new album, his follow-up to 2015’s Postcards From Paradise.

McCartney and Starr last recorded together for Starr’s 2010 album, Y Not. McCartney played bass on “Peace Dream” and sang on “Walk With You”.

Other guests who have appeared on the album include Peter Frampton, Joe Walsh and Benmont Tench.

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