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Dylan and McCartney 'could team up'
Two of the biggest legends in popular music are reportedly planning to team up for the first time.
Both artists have enjoyed considerable success in the last few months, with Sir Paul's Electric Arguments album attracting excellent reviews, and Dylan's recent record topping the charts.
An insider told the Express: "Getting these two together for any length of time is difficult schedule-wise, but they both want this to work out."
The source added that the music that emerges from a collaboration would be "fascinating" to hear.
Dylan made his name with just an acoustic guitar and a harmonica in the early 1960s, writing songs which reflected the mood of the time such as The Times They Are A-Changing and Blowing in the Wind.
Sir Paul, meanwhile, followed his success in the Beatles with Wings and a solo career that has included collaborations with Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder.Posted on 26 May 2009 13:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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