Who says you can't bring back yesterday? Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr are taking a stab at it.
The three surviving Beatles are planning the closest possible thing to a reunion next month, according to The New Yorker.They plan to gather at a studio to record new music and some previously unreleased Beatles songs, the magazine reported in the Jan. 24 issue.
The project is part of a video autobiography on the legendary music group. The "Anthology" project is planned as a 1995 TV series.
"Yes, they are going to be working together again, but they haven't begun yet. It is supposed to be ultra secret," an unidentified source from EMI, the Beatles' record label, told the magazine.