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10 July 2012, 11:46
Gary Barlow has been enjoying writing sessions with the musical legend.
Take That's new album could feature songs written by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, according to reports.
The musical mogul has apparently been writing songs with singer and The X Factor judge Gary Barlow after initially hooking up on the song 'Sing' for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Sir Andrew told The Sun that there was one particular track that the pair were working on, and that the intended to team up again in Spain later this summer.
"I am writing with Gary Barlow again. I've come up with the tune this time and he’s already emailed me with lyrics this morning. It hasn’t got a title yet," he said.
"Gary's going to be down in Majorca this summer and so will I, so we’ll get together and something will come out of it."
Sir Andrew added that their songs could also be given to other artists.
Take That's last album 'Progress' was released in 2010 and marked the first time the group had worked with Robbie Williams in more than 15 years. The album's release was followed by a European tour, which earned the five-piece huge critical acclaim.