What the Beatles’ Family Has to Say About Peter Jackson’s “The Beatles: Get Back”


What the Beatles’ Family Has to Say About Peter Jackson’s “The Beatles: Get Back”

Thanks to Peter Jackson’s highly anticipated three-part documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, fans are about to see what really happened when The Beatles recorded Let It Be.

Despite the fact that The Beatles recorded Abbey Road after it, fans have come to think of the album as the band’s break-up album over the years.

The original Let It Be film, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, did little to help matters.

Hogg’s film depicted a disgruntled band on the verge of breaking up.

Because the film depicted painful memories, the majority of The Beatles despised it.

The myth that The Beatles hated each other during the Let It Be recording sessions appears to have been debunked by Jackson’s documentary.

The band’s survivors and their families are overjoyed.

Ringo discussed Michael Jackson’s upcoming documentary during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

He stated that he disliked the first Let It Be film.

It only focused on the fighting, rather than the beautiful, collaborative moments.

“I had a lot of conversations with Peter Jackson because I didn’t like the first one [Let It Be] because it was too dark for me.

It wasn’t even dark; it was just dull.

“It was all about this fight between John and Paul,” explained the narrator.

After seeing Jackson’s film, Ringo realized that those recording sessions weren’t all bad.

“Peter was in LA and said [Get Back] was a lot of fun, a lot of joy… and, of course, there was a lot of good music.”

There were four men in a room.

It’s better whether it’s up or down, whether it’s laughter or whatever.

But it’s six hours long! And two hours at night… put on something warm,” Ringo added.

After seeing The Beatles: Get Back, Ringo isn’t the only Beatle who has a new perspective on those sessions.

George Harrison’s son claims that his father was ‘nonchalant’ about leaving the Beatles.

Paul told the Sunday Times about his experience watching The Beatles: Get Back.

Even he bought into the myth that the Let It Be sessions were the band’s darkest period, he admitted.

According to the Daily Mail, Paul said that seeing the movie brought back a lot of good memories for him.

“I’ll tell you what’s really fantastic about it: it shows the four of us having a great time,” Paul said.

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