Beatles Consider New Single, Tribute Concert

The Beatles have unearthed another unreleased track from the group's archives. The band is planning to release the tune, a demo recorded in 1968 circa the sessions for the soundtrack to the animated film "Yellow Submarine," later this year.

The song features lead vocals by the late John Lennon, and the U.K. tabloid "The Sun" reports that unlike the two new compositions featured on the Beatles' "Anthology" series ("Free as a Bird" and "Real Love"), the surviving members of the band have decided not to add any parts or overdubs to the track.

A spokesperson for Apple Records in London told the Associated Press that the new single might be included in the special re-release of the Beatles' animated film, "Yellow Submarine," which will also get a revamped soundtrack.

Also rumored to be in the works is a Beatles tribute concert, and European faves Boyzone and Robbie Williams are said to be on the shortlist of possible performers for the show. No word yet on when and where such

a tribute concert might take place or if Paul McCartney, George Harrison, or Ringo Starr would participate, but we'll keep you posted.