Unseen pictures show Sir Paul McCartney doing DIY and hanging with Elvis Costello during 1989 album recording
The snaps, taken by Sir Paul's late wife Linda, show him playing the trumpet, guitar and collaborating with Elvis Costello while making Flowers In The Dirt
BY MARK JEFFERIES
24 FEB 2017
Paul McCartney grins as he saws some wood in one of the snaps taken by late wife Linda
Maybe Sir Paul McCartney is sawing some Norwegian Wood...
The Beatles star, 74, has released photos taken by his late wife Linda during the making of his 1989 solo album Flowers In The Dirt.
As well as using the saw in the studio and playing a trumpet, Macca was snapped with musician Elvis Costello.
A remastered edition of the album is set to come out in March.
Earlier this week, a picture of Sir Paul and former Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr, 76, in a studio sent fans into raptures.
Ringo declared his “love” for his longtime friend and collaborator - and fans swiftly begged them for a proper Beatles reunion.
Macca looks deep in thought as he rests on a guitar
Macca flashes a smile while working in the studio
“Thanks for coming over man and playing great bass. I love you man peace and love,” Ringo tweeted to his 1.46m followers.
Drummer Ringo is working on a solo album at his home studio. Sir Paul was apparently lending a hand on bass.
Macca is seen blowing his own trumpet
Sir Paul is seen with Elvis Costello in the studio
He shared another photo of the pair with musician Joe Walsh and wrote: “And look out Joe W came out to play. What a day I'm having. Peace and love.”
Ringo’s album will be the follow-up to 2015’s Postcard From Paradise.
The pair last recorded together for Ringo’s Y Not album released in 2010.
Sir Paul played bass on the song Peace Dream and sang on Walk With You.