In recent times, Paul McCartney has been making the press left and right not only to promote his new book, The lyrics: from 1956 to the present day, but also promote the new Beatles documentary The Beatles: Come back.
The documentary, directed by Oscar winner Peter Jackson, will premiere on Disney + on November 25, 26 and 27 in two-hour increments. The set of docuseries has been compiled from nearly 60 hours of previously unreleased footage that was originally filmed for Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s 1969 film, chronicling the creation of The Beatles. So be it album.
The original 1969 film showed a group in the throes of tension, but that wasn’t necessarily the case. Talk to Sunday TimesSir Paul said of the docuseries: âI’ll tell you what’s really fabulous about it, it shows the four of us having fun. It was so reaffirming to me. That was one of the important things about The Beatles, we could make each other laugh. “
He added, âJohn and I are in this streak doing ‘Two Of Us’ and for some reason we decided to do it like ventriloquists. It’s hilarious. It just proves to me that my main memory of The Beatles was joy and skill.
Lately, Macca’s Beatles memorabilia are clearly in the foreground. At a recent event dedicated to the book, he was asked what was the biggest misconception about âbeing Paul McCartneyâ. He gave an interesting response, saying, âI think the biggest misconception at the end of The Beatles was that I broke up with the Beatles, and I lived with that for quite a while. Once a title is out, it sticks. It was a big deal – and I just got over it.
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