It turns out John Lennon wasn't the only famous John to hit the studio with Paul McCartney. The former Beatle unveiled a long lost collaboration with Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham during a Q&A session on Twitter.
McCartney said it was "fantastic" playing with Bonham, whom he called a "great friend and ballsy drummer." The alternate version of "Beware My Love" is featured on the upcoming reissue of Wings' 1976 album Wings at the Speed of Sound. The expanded version is due out November 4th, as is a special version of its predecessor, Venus and Mars.
The new collaboration wasn't the only thing McCartney shared during his Twitter chat. He also revealed that he twerked with Katy Perry;
He also said one of the best concerts he's ever seen was a Jay Z and Kanye West gig; his favorite TV shows are "Veep" and "Family Feud"; and his favorite pie is pecan.
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