“The Beatles: Get Back” is a documentary series that arrives today at Disney streaming platforms who say it will be something never seen before.
In the docuseries the band will be seen in his creative process to compose 14 new songs in 1969; in addition, it will be shown to Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr preparing to return to the stage, after a two-year hiatus.
“The Beatles: Get Back” focuses on the english band a year before their disintegration (in 1970), when they released their last studio album “Let It Be”, which includes the song “Get Back.”
Details on “The Beatles: Get Back”
“The Beatles: Get Back” is directed by Peter jackson (director of the trilogy of “The Lord of the rings”) and produced by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Lennon, Olivia Harrison, Peter Jackson, Clare Olssen (They Shall Not Grow Old) and Jonathan Clyde (The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years).
It includes 60 hours of never-before-seen recordings, filmed over 21 days under the direction of Michael Lindsay-Hodd in 1969 and also features more than 150 hours of unreleased audio, most of which was stored in a vault for more than half century, Disney + stated.
In the documentary you can also see the latest live performance of The Beatles, aconcerta that they carried out on the roof of Savile Row in London.
When and where to see it?
“The Beatles: Get Back” features three chaptersThe first opens on Thursday, November 25, the second on Friday, November 26, and the third on Saturday, November 27.
All the chapters will be available on the Disney +.
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