The famous documentary series featuring the real Beatles has ended

Nurtured by then-anecdotes and completely unknown passages in The Beatles’ known experience, the soap opera “Get Back” lands this weekend on Disney+ in stages, Thursday, yesterday and today.

On Thursday evening, the platform hosted an exclusive presentation with a summary of the three episodes to be shown by this production, which accredits Peter Jackson as director, and who, in addition, is declared a fan of the Liverpool quartet and a natural connoisseur of its music.

“It became a way of exposing valuable details and with a different perspective, with what we knew and, to be honest, putting on a rooftop concert was a gem, it was something we will never forget, something we deserve and for which we will all be grateful for life. ,” Jackson said in a videotaped presentation made at the Lunario National Auditorium.

And this show, held on January 30, 1969 on the rooftop of Apple Corps, on Savile Row, in London, is the climax of the musical’s audiovisual narrative and for which artistic oversight is provided by Giles Martin, son of The group’s legendary producer, George Martin.

Anyone who sits in front of a television, screen or device to watch more than six hours of soap operas, will discover behind the scenes how some of the Beatles footage took place in the British capital and the preparation and shooting of the recital they even thought of giving at Sabratha. (Libya), the ocean liner QE2 or the pyramids of Giza.

The director of the “The Lord of the Rings” saga makes reflections on the film’s contribution to the history of music and to the general archives, not only of the Beatlemaniacs, but also of those who proudly value rock music and good rock music. roll.

The late George Harrison came out with some cute exotic sandals proving that artists set trends before many fashion icons.

Yoko Ono is also visible, inseparable from John Lennon, and in all moods: bored, excited, tired, indifferent, fascinated, groupie, in love.

Seen in the more than 60 hours of footage taken by Michael Lindsay-Hoggen in January 1969, how among members of the gag group there is an environment of great fun and camaraderie. This recording contains over 150 hours of recovered audio.

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