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After All These Years — The Rolling Stones

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And Paul McCartney plays bass on one of the tracks from the new album, "Hackney Diamonds." "Angry" is the first song to be released from it.

BTW: Despite being considered enemies or rivals in the 1960s, the Beatles and the Stones were long friendly privately. Mick Jagger helped induct the Fab Four into the Rock & Roll Half of Fame in 1988. And I saw a video of Ron Wood playing at a McCartney concert some years back, not to mention the Stones did backup vocals for "Yellow Submarine" and other Beatles tracks including "All You Need is Love."
This one features Paul McCartney on bass. And it has some lyrics that are definitely not suited to terrestrial radio.

It's not generally known that the Stones and Beatles, while superficially rivals, were long-time friends. Some songs from each band featured backup vocals from their counterparts over the years. The late Brian Jones, for example, appears on "Yellow Submarine."