Paul McCartney will turn 73 next June but he obviously has no plans of slowing down.

He says, “We haven’t gotten any concrete plans except in April, I think we’re going back to Japan.” These will be the make-up dates for the shows he canceled in May after being hospitalized with a stomach virus. He also says he’s “going to do a little bit of writing” and is working on songs for an animated movie. Perhaps he’ll provide some more details when he chats with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show on Comedy Central Tuesday night.

Without any fanfare, McCartney recently released Live at the Electric Proms 2007 on iTunes. It contains 17 songs, including “Hey Jude,” “Live and Let Die,” “Baby Face,” “Blackbird,” “Back in the U.S.S.R.,” “Band on the Run,” “Elearnor Rigby” and “Get Back.”