Next week, The Beatles Get Back arrives on Disney Plus. The new three-part documentary series tells the story of the 1970 film Let It Be, which showed the group falling apart during their final recording sessions. Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson edited the footage to tell a more “true” story, and while promoting the series, Paul McCartney recalled the understanding the Fab Four had of their fans.
The four members of the group – McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr – came from working-class backgrounds in Liverpool.
Although the group became a multimillionaire, McCartney explained that he always thought the group was for “workers.”
Speaking of the rooftop concert that took place on the roof of Apple Corps on January 30, 1969, McCartney spoke out against those who did not appreciate his music.
He said, “There’s always the guy in the bowler hat who hates what you do. He’ll never like it, and he thinks you offend his sensitivity. (via the keeper)
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McCartney continued, “And sometimes you got the kind of snob that got angry. In a way, that was part of the fun.
The 79-year-old went on to explain that the band never wrote music for “the establishment”, but for the people.
He said, “But you have to remember, like we always have, there are people who work for this guy. There are young secretaries, young people in the office, or shopkeepers or housekeepers. These are the people who love us.
“And also a lot of bosses. We always knew there was the establishment, then there were the workers.
McCartney said: “It was so reassuring to me. That was one of the important things about The Beatles, we could make each other laugh. “
“I definitely embraced the dark side of the Beatles’ breakup and thought, ‘God, I’m to blame’.
“But deep inside me there was this idea that it wasn’t like that. I just needed to see the proof.
Jackson recently spoke about bringing the Fab Four’s journey back to the small screen once again.
Jackson revealed that the series is surprisingly funny.
He also added: “It’s very intimate. It’s the Beatles like you’ve never seen them before.
The Beatles Get Back will be released on Disney Plus on November 25, 26 and 27.
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