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The world owes Yoko an apology! 10 things we learned from The Beatles: Get Back

Peter Jackson’s eight-hour documentary on the Fab Four reveals Ringo is an amazing drummer, McCartney was a joy and their entourage were coolest of allThe concept for Let It Be was: no concept. The Beatles arrived in an empty studio and wondered where the equipment was. (And revealed that they knew very little about setting up PA systems.) What were they rehearsing for? A show on the QE2? A concert on Primrose Hill? A TV special in Libya? A film? What would the set look like? Would it be made of...
Tags: Music, Television, Film, Documentary, George Harrison, The Beatles, Yoko Ono, Culture, Pop and rock, Television & radio, Paul Mccartney, Libya, Factual TV, Peter Jackson, Ringo, Mccartney


The Length Of Peter Jackson's The Beatles: Get Back Is Kind Of The Point

While Peter Jackson's deep dive into the creative process of The Beatles has been getting mostly rave reviews there has been some pushback on its long runtime. "Get Back" was intended to be a long feature and then during the Covid lockdown the decision was made to release it as a limited series on Disney+.The thing is three parts, each one well over two hours each — and the eight-hour length of the full docu-series has been a sticking point for some critics, including our own Josh Spiegel.Jokes ...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, John Lennon, George Harrison, Liverpool, Paul Mccartney, Jackson, Peter Jackson, Beatles, Ringo, Mccartney, Lennon, John Paul George, Harrison, EMI, Josh Spiegel


George Harrison's childhood home sells for £171,000

The Beatles legend rehearsed with John Lennon and Paul McCartney at the Liverpool council house.
Tags: News, John Lennon, George Harrison, Liverpool, Paul Mccartney


Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr Honor George Harrison On 20th Anniversary Of Death

The surviving Beatles and Olivia Harrison posted social media tributes to the musician.
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George yawns as Paul invents "Get Back" out of thin air.

Watching Paul come up with “Get Back” out of literally thinking air while Ringo and George just yawn is a marvel to watch. This Beatles documentary is INSANE #TheBeatlesGetBack pic.twitter.com/09Nii0tHqr— Darth Yavin (@DarthYavin) November 27, 2021 [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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The Beatles: Get Back Review: A Shapeless Documentary With A Fantastic Ending

The new 8-hour, 3-part docuseries "The Beatles: Get Back," branded as a Disney+ Original and hailing from blockbuster filmmaker Peter Jackson, raises two unavoidable and unfortunately unanswerable questions. First, why is this 8 hours long? And second, why is this on Disney+? The latter question, no less a head-scratcher than the first, at least does not pose as a commentary on the content of "The Beatles: Get Back." But for a streaming service that is awfully shy about presenting some of its ow...
Tags: Reviews, London, Movies, Disney, George Harrison, Paul Mccartney, Jackson, Peter Jackson, Ringo Starr, Beatles, Olivia Harrison, Harrison, Twickenham England, Yoko Ono Lennon, Michael Lindsay Hogg, Apple Studios


Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius: Big Stories, Small Moments

A s decades are heaped upon our lifespans, we gradually edit down our memories into a solid narrative. Our personal history becomes like a film we’ve seen so many times, we no longer know which parts are real and which are imagined. That sums up this week’s Sagittarius Solar Eclipse (Dec. 3. 2021, 11:38 pm PST), square Neptune, rather well, I think: The big picture is captured on grainy film stock and projected onto a large screen, and it’s hard to see the details. How must it be for the peopl...
Tags: John Lennon, George Harrison, Yoko Ono, Moon, Paul Mccartney, Jackson, Peter Jackson, Pluto, Ringo Starr, Mccartney, Lennon, Neptune, Sagittarius, Astrology, Eclipses, PAUL


Peter Jackson’s Mammoth Beatles Documentary Is A Feast For Fans

There is already a movie about the Beatles making Let It Be. It is called Let It Be. Throughout January 1969, a crew led by director Michael Lindsay-Hogg — who had helmed the Beatles’ music videos for “Paperback Writer,” “Rain,” “Hey Jude,” and “Revolution” among other work at the center of 1960s rock — filmed the Fab Four rehearsing, recording, and ultimately giving their final public performance on the roof of their Apple Corps. headquarters in London. The Let It Be movie famously depicts a ba...
Tags: Music, London, John Lennon, George Harrison, The Beatles, Movie Review, Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, Peter Jackson, Ringo Starr, Beatles, George Martin, Jude, Glyn Johns, Apple Corps, Linda McCartney


The Beatles: Get Back Clip: The Fab Four Rock Out On The Roof

We're days away from both Thanksgiving food comas and the premiere of "The Beatles: Get Back" on Disney+. The original docuseries from the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy director Peter Jackson is a three-part event that begins on Thursday. It's the perfect excuse to remove yourself from family battles over politics and who's getting turkey skin. Today we have a brand new clip of the famous rooftop performance of the titular song, and it's stunning.Jackson, who's won three Oscars so far, has restore...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, News, Disney, George Harrison, Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, Jackson, Peter Jackson, John She, Michael Lindsay Hogg


Willie Nelson and family cover Hank Williams and George Harrison on new album

Willie Nelson's latest album is right on tune for family gatherings next week.
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‘Annoying snobs was part of the fun’: Paul McCartney and more on the Beatles’ rooftop farewell

As Peter Jackson’s TV series Get Back recasts the Fab Four’s final days in a more positive light, the ex-Beatle remembers the responses to their historic gig above the streets of LondonIt’s lunchtime on a cold Thursday in January 1969. After weeks of sometimes difficult rehearsals and recordings, the Beatles and their new songs finally – and spectacularly – collide with the outside world. The occasion is now fixed in their iconography. On 30 January on the roof of 3 Savile Row, the London HQ of ...
Tags: Apple, Music, London, Television, Media, Film, Documentary, John Lennon, Disney, US, George Harrison, The Beatles, Society, UK News, Culture, Pop and rock


The Mystery of Who Played Bass on The White Album’s “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”

George Harrison, the quiet Beatle, was the first to break out on his own in 1970 with his glorious triple album All Things Must Pass. “Garbo talks! — Harrison is free!” wrote Melody Maker’s Richard Williams in a review, a reference to the reclusive silent film star who, like the Beatles’ guitarist, kept her mystique and star power even after fans first heard her voice. Harrison’s revelation couldn’t have been as dramatic as all that. Surely, no fan of “Taxman,” “Within You Without You,” ...
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Lost 1968 song with George Harrison and Ringo Starr heard for first time

A lost and previously unheard song featuring Beatles duo George Harrison and Ringo Starr has been played for the first time.
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Lost 1968 song with Beatles' George Harrison and Ringo Starr heard for first time

A lost and previously unheard song featuring Beatles duo George Harrison and Ringo Starr has been played for the first time.
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Beatles: Song featuring George Harrison and Ringo Starr found

The song, featuring Ringo Starr and George Harrison, was found at the home of writer Suresh Joshi.
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George Harrison's childhood home, where the Beatles rehearsed, is up for auction

The childhood home of late Beatles guitarist George Harrison is set to be auctioned off.
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George Harrison's childhood home up for auction

The Beatles legend rehearsed with John Lennon and Paul McCartney at the Liverpool council house.
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Who's actually playing bass on The Beatles' "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"?

The Beatles' "Why My Guitar Gently Weeps" was a milestone song for many reasons. One of the band's most beloved recordings, it is arguably the first song where George Harrison proved himself to be a songwriter on par with Lennon and McCartney. — Read the rest
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Willie Nelson & Lukas Nelson – “All Things Must Pass” (George Harrison Cover)

Willie Nelson is 88 years old, and he’s about to release his third studio album of 2021. Nelson recorded the new LP The Willie Nelson Family with his sister, his sons, his daughters, and his longtime backing band. We’ve already posted first single “Family Bible,” and now the Nelsons have also shared their take on the George Harrison classic “All Things Must Pass.”
Tags: Music, George Harrison, Willie Nelson, Nelson, New Music, Lukas Nelson, Nelsons, Promise of the Real


The Beatles: Get Back Trailer Debuts For Disney+ Docuseries

Disney+ has finally released the official trailer for Peter Jackson’s long-in-development documentary The Beatles: Get Back, teasing the most intimate and honest glimpse into the creative process and relationship between John, Paul, George, and Ringo ever filmed. The three-part documentary series is scheduled to roll out over three days starting from November 25 through November 27, just in time for Thanksgiving. The Beatles: Get Back trailer, which you can check out below along with the poster,...
Tags: Video, UK, TV, London, Movies, Documentary, John Lennon, Disney, George Harrison, The Beatles, Paul Mccartney, TV News, Streaming, Scarlett Johansson, Jackson, Peter Jackson


Dave Grohl Shares Storyteller Chapter About The Greatest Night Of His Musical Life

Dave Grohl just published his book The Storyteller, a memoir of sorts comprising narrative snapshots from his life and career. The project began during the pandemic with the Instagram account @davestruestories, which in turn evolved into a blog, also called Dave’s True Stories. Today one of the stories in the book has made its way back to that blog.
Tags: Music, News, Foo Fighters, Dhani Harrison, George Harrison, The Beatles, Dave, Paul Mccartney, Dave Grohl, Ringo Starr, George Martin, Ravi Shankar


A Guitarist Rocks Out on Guitars Made from Shovels, Cigar Boxes, Oil Cans & Whisky Barrels

When Keith Richards felt he’d gone as far as he could go with the six-string guitar, he took one string off and played five, a trick he learned from Ry Cooder. These days, the trend is to go in the opposite direction, up to seven or eight strings for highly technical progressive metal compositions and downtuned “djent.” Traditionalists may balk at this. A five-string, after all, is a modification easily accomplished with a pair of wire-cutters. But oddly shaped eight-string guitars seem ...
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Beatles on the brink: the truth about the Fab Four’s final days

The director’s new documentary weaves together hours of unseen footage to dispel many myths about the band’s final weeks. John Harris, who was involved in the project, tells the inside storyOn paper, the idea looked brilliant. In the opening weeks of January 1969, the Beatles were working up new songs for a televised concert, and being filmed as they did so. Where the event would take place was unclear – but as rehearsals at Twickenham film studios went on, one of their associates came up with t...
Tags: Books, Music, Film, John Lennon, Disney, George Harrison, The Beatles, Yoko Ono, Culture, Pop and rock, Paul Mccartney, Libya, Peter Jackson, Music Documentary, Ringo Starr, Mediterranean


McCartney 3, 2, 1 review – the Fab Four as you’ve never heard them before

This bounteous feast for Beatles fans sees Paul McCartney dive into the back catalogue with producer Rick Rubin – who then does something truly amazingLong before their mop-topped world domination, Paul McCartney and George Harrison went hitchhiking. Paul, being the sensible one, had packed a camping stove and a can of rice pudding. “Ambrosia,” confided McCartney to his interviewer, music producer and Beatles superfan Rick Rubin, who, being American, hid bewilderment at this dismal 63-year-old E...
Tags: Music, Television, George Harrison, The Beatles, Culture, Television & radio, Paul Mccartney, Beatles, Mccartney, George, PAUL, Rick Rubin, Widnes, Link Furniture


Daily Distraction: Adam Remnant covers George Harrison

The Athens, Ohio solo artist, former Southeast Engine frontman and photographer takes a crack at 'Run of the Mill'        [Author: Columbus Alive]
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George Harrison, Barbra Streisand Both Have 50-Year-Old Material in the Top 10

Some things refuse to rightfully pass, and George Harrison’s enduring “All Things Must Pass” is one of them. Almost 51 years after its release, the classic 1970 album is in the top 10, thanks to deluxe reissues containing remixed and unreleased material. It lands at No. 6 on the Rolling Stone album chart this week. […]
Tags: News, George Harrison, Barbra Streisand, Billie Eilish, Rolling Stone Album Chart, Rolling Stone songs chart, George Harrison Barbra Streisand Both


Good Lord Does Dan + Shay’s Country Music Remind Me Of Christian Pop

The first time I heard Dan + Shay, I was certain I was hearing contemporary Christian music. It was the spring of 2018. I had been “hiking” with my wife and kids at a state park in Illinois. (I use airquotes because when you’re with two children under three, it’s more like short-form stop-start meandering.) Afterwards, I found myself in the gift shop, where I heard an adult contemporary ballad that set soft tenor vocals against even softer piano chords bathed in faint angelic light. The song tra...
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Shorties (Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi Interviewed, New Aimee Mann Music, and more)

Electric Literature interviewed author Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi. Stream a new song by . August's best eBook deals. Today's best eBook deals. eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: Deep South by Paul Theroux Dhalgren by Samuel R.Delany The Idiot by Elif Batuman In the Lake of the Woods by Tim O'Brien Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller Wild Seed by Octavia Butler All Songs Considered, BrooklynVegan, and Paste recommended the week's best new albums. BuzzFeed and InsideHook recommen...
Tags: Music, George Harrison, David, New York Times, Guardian, Brooklynvegan, Henry Miller, Electric Literature, Anika Pyle, Trejo, Peter Hughes, Elif Batuman, Samuel R Delany, Anuk Arudpragasam, Deborah Eisenberg, Deborah Copaken


George Harrison’s ‘All Things Must Pass’ 50th Anniversary Edition Proves It’s the Best Beatles Solo LP: Album Review

Most fans have a favorite Beatle, but there’s not much debate about which Beatles solo album is the best: George Harrison’s epic “All Things Must Pass.” Released in November 1970, just seven months after the group’s breakup was belatedly confirmed, it has become synonymous with the concept of suppressed brilliance. Since he first landed a […]
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How West Magazine Created a Southern-California Pop-Culture Aesthetic with the Help of Milton Glaser, Gahan Wilson, and Others (1967-1972)

In the late 1960s, a counterculture-minded media professional could surely have imagined more appealing places to work than the Los Angeles Times. Widely derided as the official organ of the Southern California Babbitt, the paper also put out a bland Sunday supplement called West magazine. But West had the potential to evolve into something more vital — or so seemed to think its editor, Jim Bellows. The creator of “the original New York magazine in the early 1960s,” writes Design Observer’s Ste...
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