In a world where retro is ever-so-modern, it’s no wonder that the Beatles have never truly gone out of style. Paul McCartney must be clued in to their continued success because he has finally chosen to release a 14-minute "experimental track" they wrote together in 1967 entitled "Carnival of Light."
Paul McCartney says Carnival of Light was never released because of its clash of sounds and "free" nature, but he has now decided that "the time has come for it to get its moment." Beatles fans everywhere are thrilled.
This long-held track will actually allow Beatles fans to hear a "new" song years and years after the initial death of John Lennon. McCartney is currently working with Ringo Starr and George Harrison to have the track released and allow fans to hear their beloved band of almost 42 years ago for the very first time.
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The Beatles Release "Carnival of Light"
- By: Lindsey Erin HeimNov 18, 2008