Paul McCartney shares unreleased John Bonham collaboration during Twitter Q&A
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The Beatles and Led Zeppelin supergroup of your magical mystery imagination finally exists (sort of).

During a Twitter Q&A on Monday, Paul McCartney shared a new version of the Wings song “Beware My Love” that features Led Zeppelin’s late drummer John Bonham on the kit. McCartney posted a link to the previously unreleased tune after a Twitter user asked if any earlier version of it existed.

McCartney was hanging around Twitter on Monday to promote two new album reissues from his post-Beatles band Wings. 1975’s Venus and Mars and 1976’s Wings at the Speed of Sound will be re-released on Nov. 4, each with a bonus disc of rare songs and outtakes to go along with a remastered version of the original album.

The Bonham version of “Beware My Love” cuts off the song’s acoustic intro and gets into the meat of it a bit quicker. From there, Bonham’s galloping drums anchor the rhythm, though with his unmistakable and forceful playing style, it’s not hard to see why McCartney eventually opted for the version that appeared on the original album.

As for the rest of the Q&A, Rolling Stone has a solid recap, but just for laughs, here are a few of his tweets from the session provided free of context.

Good times. Listen to the new John Bonham version of “Beware My Love” on iTunes or by clicking the first tweet above. You can also watch the newly released video for “Call Me Back Again” from Venus and Mars at the top of the story.