‘Kisses on the Bottom’ will be the title of Paul McCartney’s new album, out Feb. 7. The regular version features 14 tracks and the deluxe package adds a pair of bonus tracks, three postcards, and a download code for a McCartney live set from Capitol Studios. The album is a collection of standards Paul grew up listening to in his childhood as well as the two new McCartney compositions, ‘My Valentine’ and ‘Only Our Hearts.’

The album title comes from the opening lines of ‘I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter,’ originally recorded by Fats Waller in 1935: “I’m gonna sit right down and write myself a letter and make believe it came from you / I’m gonna write words oh so sweet / They’re gonna knock me off of my feet / A lot of kisses on the bottom / I’ll be glad I got ‘em.”

McCartney worked with producer Tommy LiPuma for the album, which features Diana Krall and her band as well as guest appearances from Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder.

‘Kisses on the Bottom’ Track Listing:

‘I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter’
‘Home (When Shadows Fall)’
‘It’s Only A Paper Moon’
‘More I Cannot Wish You’
‘The Glory Of Love’
‘We Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me)’
‘Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive’
‘My Valentine’
‘My Very Good Friend The Milkman’
‘Bye Bye Blackbird’
‘Get Yourself Another Fool’
‘The Inch Worm’
‘Only Our Hearts’

bonus tracks
‘Baby’s Request’
‘My One and Only Love’

Abbey Road Studios, recording home of The Beatles, will celebrate its 80th Anniversary by opening its doors to the public. The famed studio has sold out tickets for presentations by Brian Kehew and Kevin Ryan, authors of the book Recording the Beatles, in Abbey Road’s Studio Two on March 10. EMI and Abbey Road also intend on allowing guests to view an exhibit of vintage photos and priceless recording artifacts pulled from their archives. Visitors will also be able to see up close the very instruments, microphones and studio equipment used to create some historic, classic rock records.