Thursday, March 12, 2020

The Beatles' new movie is called "The Beatles: Get Back"

     The Beatles' new documentary, directed by Peter Jackson, is titled "The Beatles: Get Back" and has also been announced for its North American release date.

It will be released in theaters in North America on September 4, 2020 and will be distributed by Walt Disney Studios.

The film set a new spot in the session for the album "Let It Be" and was announced for production in January 2019. Created based on approximately 55 hours of unreleased film footage shot by Michael Lindsey-Hog, and from 140 hours of unreleased audio called "Get Back Sessions".

It is thought that the band at this time, had a lot of hassles, and no one was motivated, which caused the dissolution.

However, according to Peter Jackson, "Of course, moments of emotional misunderstanding have been captured, but it is not only wonderful that John, Paul, George, and Ringo make excellent songs together, it is also interesting, It's an exhilarating experience and I'm really surprised at their friendship."

These expressions were also found in the "White Album" 50th anniversary set released last year. Ringo Starr once left the band in the middle of the session, but Giles Martin said that the remaining session tapes recorded the scenery they were enjoying.

Maybe they are all right.
They have been together since their debut, gained popularity and money, and gained greater say.
The result was increased self-assertion and conflicts.
In retrospect, whether we are a company colleague or a couple, we are not always on good terms.
It is natural to argue, and everyone overcomes it and forms a firm bond.
When they entered the studio and the session began, they were strong bands. They have been playing since the era of Hamburg, and they played perfect rendition from just a single note without saying anything.

There were many twists and turns in this project, but many great songs were created.
You can see how much they liked and enjoyed making songs.
The proof is that they finished the masterpiece Abbey Road after a short break.