Paul McCartney's next release will come from the same pop standards pile he trolled for his latest album, "Kisses On The Bottom." He'll release a version of the "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On an Open Fire)," co-written and popularized in 1946 by Mel Torme, as part of a compilation albums called "Holidays Rule," which comes out October 30. McCartney recorded the song with jazz-pop songstress Diana Krall, who was a chief collaborator on "Kisses..." The song is currently streaming on McCartney's www.mplcommunications.com web site ( http://bit.ly/Qw2fVA). McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime" is also on the set, covered by The Shins...In other McCartney news, Wings' "Live and Let Die" was named the top James Bond movie theme of all time in a poll conducted by BBC Radio. The tune beat out Carly Simon's "Nobody Does It Better" from "The Spy Who Loved Me," and Shirley Bassey's theme for "Goldfinger."