Ringo Starr admitted he needed to listen to his old Beatles albums in order to prep for his onstage reunion with Paul McCartney earlier this month. The surviving members of the "Fab Four" delighted fans with their two-song reunion at L.A.'s Dodger Stadium on July 13th, in which the pair tackled "Sgt. Pepper's - Reprise" and "Helter Skelter"

We asked Ringo about how it felt rocking out once more in a baseball stadium with his old bassist: "Oh, great! It's always a pleasure and a thrill for me to play with Paul. And he calls me up and says, 'I've got these two numbers I want you to play on. . .' Y'know, he's been playing them for the last couple of years, so, he knows how they go, but I have to get the record out again and say, 'How does that go?' And that's what I did and we went down to Dodger Stadium and had a lot of fun."

Although Ringo said there were no other plans for the pair to hit the stage together anytime soon -- he did reveal that another team-up between the former bandmates is coming up: "But he did come and play on. . . I'm makin' a new record, a new CD, and he did come over and play on one of the tracks for me. I'm actually far, far, along and we're, like, the last stage of fine-tuning and mixing. Like, two tracks left to finalize. Finish up this weekend and Monday I'm on the plane and headin' your way."

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AUDIO: RINGO STARR ON PLAYING DODGER STADIUM WITH PAUL MCCARTNEY