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FAB TWO IN FESTIVE REUNION

THERE was a Beatles reunion for the festive season when Sir Paul McCartney got together with Ringo Starr to exchange Yuletide gifts.

 

The two surviving bandmates met up for a quiet dinner at an exclusive Italian restaurant in London.

 

Ringo, 71, was the first to arrive at Cecconi’s in Mayfair just before 8pm on Wednesday. Macca, 69, arrived 10 minutes later – clutching a present the size of a thin book wrapped in shiny gold paper. Ringo – seen leaving with the gift later – was accompanied by his wife Barbara Bach, 64. But Paul’s new bride Nancy Shevell, 51, whom he wed in a London civil ceremony in October, was not with him.

 

Both Beatles stars still perform regularly and each will be releasing solo albums in the New Year – Starr’s "Ringo 2012" and, from McCartney, "Kisses On The Bottom".

 

 

 

Last Updated: 01/05/12 09:37
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by edrebber : January 1, 2012 12:45 PM EST (FUNsite member)
Did Yoko choose the title for this album?
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by : Ontario, Canada December 30, 2011 10:55 PM EST (FUNsite member)
Don`t forget he has a full studio album plus already in the can. I suspect a release hopefully summer but probably later in the year.
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by Junior : Farm December 30, 2011 10:31 PM EST (Guest)  click to register
Alright, I`m getting used to the title by now. It`s a little bit funny, and maybe it makes more sense when I hear the album. I guess it`s supposed to summarize the mood, or something like that. I`m really looking forward to it, a jazzy record, coming out only a couple of months after the classical ballet music of "Ocean`s Kingdom". And then we have the remasters/reissues ...
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by Mike : Ontario, Canada December 30, 2011 8:44 PM EST (FUNsite member)
"Kisses on the Bottom" are some words taken from the song "I`m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter".
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by Junior : Farm December 30, 2011 5:27 PM EST (Guest)  click to register
Kisses on the bottom of my life. Or kisses on the bottom of my bank account. Or kisses on the bottom of my nose. Kisses on the bottom: a tribute to Village People. Many possibilities. Kisses on the rock bottom of my bird.
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by Junior : Farm December 30, 2011 5:05 PM EST (Guest)  click to register
Kisses on the bottom of your backyard. Or kisses on the bottom of your heart. Or kiss my ass. He found a title you can play with. It`s the bottom line.
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by Junior : Farm December 30, 2011 1:40 PM EST (Guest)  click to register
Damn, that`s one of the worst titled albums ever, when I come to think of it. Kisses on the bottom? Who does he think he is? The Village People? Or is it a record aimed at women ...
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THERE was a Beatles reunion for the festive season when Sir Paul McCartney got together with Ringo Starr to exchange Yuletide gifts. The two surviving bandmates met up for a quiet dinner at an exclusive Italian restaurant in London.