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Sir Peter Jackson's The Beatles: Get Back
26 November 2021
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Lindsay-Hogg reeeeally wanted to go to that amphitheatre in Libya, hey?

  

The man clearly just wanted a holiday, especially with the suggestion of bringing over an English crowd. Why???????

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2nd part is marvellous.

Great spirit everybody.

I never realized Billy Preston was such a talented and great musician untill i watched his whole appereance into the sessions. 

When they first asked him to join them on electric piano his first reaction was like “hahaha, yeah right, are you kidding?…” but then when he just realized that they really meant it… His face was…priceless…

I also liked very much the Mean Mister Mustard version they played at Twickenham.

Also John made me laugh a lot.

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Leppo said
I’ve never been a big fan of I Me Mine but there’s a moment where George is presenting the song and John’s comments are really brutal which must have really hurt and you have to really feel for him. I’ve been in band situations myself presenting my own songs and you feel quite vulnerable.

Is it possible that the arrival of Dick James triggered something in George too? That’s to say wasn’t he mainly representing John and Paul’s interests?…. and perhaps it was one more reminder on top of the song rejections that he was an unequal member and the financial implications that underpinned that relationship.

I have to say for me All Things Must Pass is an incredibly great song and you have to ask how that was passed over by John and Paul. I seem to remember reading that at some stage George stated that he didn’t want them to use some of his songs for Let it Be. Is that right? I assume this was after the walk out?

  

I think maybe it’s because George said that he thought his songs were too slow for the show. So probably they tried to work them out just in case or because they really needed new stuff… Anyway i think they inverted in ATMP more time than what appeared in Jackson’s film

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Hi everybody

I just came back from my Carbonite frozen prison to say…. What part of the word NO the guy that was pushing Ringo to have the concert in Libya didn’t get??????? a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

 

It was truly annoying…..but as someone said in Twitter, it was a very Spinal Tap moment. a-hard-days-night-paul-11

Nice to be around again guys. I LOOOOVE Jackson’s Get Back film, I haven’t seen the whole 2 episodes but planning to do it this evening….

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Leppo said
I’ve never been a big fan of I Me Mine but there’s a moment where George is presenting the song and John’s comments are really brutal which must have really hurt and you have to really feel for him. I’ve been in band situations myself presenting my own songs and you feel quite vulnerable.

I have to say for me All Things Must Pass is an incredibly great song and you have to ask how that was passed over by John and Paul. I seem to remember reading that at some stage George stated that he didn’t want them to use some of his songs for Let it Be. Is that right? I assume this was after the walk out?

  

Hear hear!!!! I love I Me Mine and to see how George got the idea truly blew my mind.. and the most heartbreaking is that chat between John and Paul in the cafeteria (Ep 2) in which they know they have been in a way, mean to George.

I have said it before and I will say it forever….. I don’t get why Paul and John didn’t work on All Things Must Pass . Maybe because it was too much a Harrisong?

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I just finished the first Episode 30 minutes ago and had to let it sink it in.

First an foremost. The quality is glorious. I mean the footage is over 50 years old! It doesnt look that way. There maybe is some DNR to polish it up and get the dirt out of the picture but all in all the quality is marvelous. Bright colors, great detail. They did a great job getting the picture as good as possible. Not to mention the sound quality. I mean…come on this sounds like its taken from the stage today. The songs sound so great! Just amazing, really! Iam very happy how it turned out and I really hope for a good BD release of the Series because it deserves to be on Bluray or even 4K!

Content wise Iam stunned too. I mean this probably the most intimate and private look we’ll get on the Lads working together and working things out. The LIB gives really just a small glimpse into what is shown here. For example the conversation where George tells Paul he plays whatever he wants him to play. Its far longer in GB and its where Paul admits he doesnt like beeing the Boss because he gets so much blame for it. Its really mind blowing seeing them coming to life in this way and I cant imagine how it must be for Dhani, Sean and Julian to see their fathers in their prime age as young adults in this new footage (assuming they have not seen it). GB is something special and its done very well. Its telling a story and we can follow their journey.

What I really have to say: Paul doesnt come around as bossy for me and John isnt as desinteresed as it was claimed. George doesnt seem so much out of it too. There are occations where they seem to have tension but they seem to have a good time lots of times too. I didnt get this “its all bad and fucked up all the time” wibe at all. Its more like they needed direction and they had’nt a clue what they wanted, all of them, what gave them a hard time. Plus the pressure of time to come up with songs and a show when they used several months for writing and recording their albums over the past years.

I read about George leaving the Band in that Episode and when it was almost over I thought: when will this happen?! Because I didnt feel like there was so much tension and reason for leaving. They rehearsed ATMP (damn do I wish the Beatles had recorded that song together for at least AB) and John was rather dismissive of IMM for whatever reason but all in all George didnt get a bad treatment beside not beeing as close with Paul and John as the two were together. There were scenes where their bond really came up again and I loved it! But beside that Paul and George had much more to contribute from what was shown here then John had, at least in my view. John got on the ride but didnt engage in much discussion and talking from what we saw. So I was rather suprised when the infamous “I think Iam leaving the band now!” came. And they really got crazy after lunch because of that. I honestly didnt get it why George did (judged only from what we saw here).

Seeing the songs coming together was magical. Get Back , Dont Let me Down, Two of Us and OMG (!!) Let It Be . I was so great seeing and hearing them rehearse those legendary songs. And seeing them together, alive and well was just so magical and heartwarming. This series is really something special and I cant wait to watch Episodes 2 and 3. Luckily my gf had a long work day so I could  spend my time watching Episode 1 with good headphones and no interruption.

One more thing: I predicted correctly: they did a quick and nice summery about their career up until 1969 with some nice footage. It wasnt to long and gave the viewer a good overview about their delevopment and evolution until GB.

Fingers crossed this gets a good Bluray release together with the original film!

 

BTW: have you seen Paul at the Premiere?! That man looks amazing for his age! Damn! So glad he and Ringo are still around to experience all the love they get from their fans!

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Part 2 was definitely great, to be sure. I absolutely loved the way things were tackled in it, and to see so much familiar moments recast in a new light.

It was clear that once they left Twickenham, the vibe was much improved. Now the lads are absolutely basking in each other’s company, having loads of fun, and being quite productive. Simply put, having a cozy and intimate atmosphere, something homey, was all that was needed. That and switching the focus of the project to realize that a live special simply could not happen and they had to find something else, and just record the songs in the meanwhile, relieved a lot of pressure. And Billy Preston’s presence definitely gave them a shot in the arm.

John’s freewheeling humor and wordplay definitely stole the show in this section. This is especially notably with how much the audio mix has been cleaned up, and all the ambient noise of the original film and parts as shown on the last episode of Anthology, where a lot of the sound was quite muddy and a lot of surrounding noise crept in.

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Leppo said
I’ve never been a big fan of I Me Mine but there’s a moment where George is presenting the song and John’s comments are really brutal which must have really hurt and you have to really feel for him. I’ve been in band situations myself presenting my own songs and you feel quite vulnerable.

Is it possible that the arrival of Dick James triggered something in George too? That’s to say wasn’t he mainly representing John and Paul’s interests?…. and perhaps it was one more reminder on top of the song rejections that he was an unequal member and the financial implications that underpinned that relationship.

Yes, John’s comments seem brutally unfair.  John was also being somewhat hypocritical considering some of John’s quieter, non-rock songs that the Beatles had already recorded.

I Me Mine (as recorded by George, Paul and Ringo – without John) eventually became quite a rocker anyway in the “I Me Mine ” choruses.

I have to say for me All Things Must Pass is an incredibly great song and you have to ask how that was passed over by John and Paul. I seem to remember reading that at some stage George stated that he didn’t want them to use some of his songs for Let it Be. Is that right? I assume this was after the walk out? 

It may ultimately have been George’s decision:

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I just came back from my Carbonite frozen prison to say…. What part of the word NO the guy that was pushing Ringo to have the concert in Libya didn’t get??????? a-hard-days-night-ringo-13

 

It was truly annoying…..but as someone said in Twitter, it was a very Spinal Tap moment. a-hard-days-night-paul-11

Nice to be around again guys. I LOOOOVE Jackson’s Get Back film, I haven’t seen the whole 2 episodes but planning to do it this evening….

  

OMG, Mithvaean, welcome back! a-hard-days-night-ringo-6apple01apple02heart You’ve returned maybe 2-3 times in a decade and I think I missed you every time 🙁

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I watched part one last night, will watch part two later tonight. 
The challenge of putting this all together must have been immense, and the sheer amount in there was enough to be completely immersed in that room. 

George’s wah pedal work was really clean, always a favorite part of listening to the rehearsals. Also loved Mama You’ve Been On My Mind, I could listen to that all day. Bittersweet  that we only get to see a fragment.  

Rock, Pop, Jazz, Blues, Psychedelia, all from just these four guys. You can really get lost in the rambling guitar and bass lines. Paul’s rambling vocal improvisations and the lack of musical clarity in songs that you’ve heard a million times a million different ways can make your head spin. But the breakthrough moments hearing a new riff or melody, or when they really lock into a tune it hits hard. 

My only wish is that some of the moments could have gone on longer, but that’s not necessarily in the filmmakers control as mm pointed out. At many points Jackson did a great job of letting moments play out and have space to develop over the course of extended scenes, which made up some of the best parts of part 1. 

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Part 2 is amazing. I’m only halfway through but George has his rosewood tele and Billy Preston just sat down at the Fender Rhodes you know its about to get good. 

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Okay, I may not have watched it on Disney+, but I have seen the first episode, and have the second ready for a watch today.

Some thoughts and impressions.

I thought the brief history at the beginning was unnecessary. This ain’t the type of thing aimed at the casual viewer, who is uninformed about The Beatles enough to have had anything added to their knowledge by it.

And what’s worse is that there’s a glaring error in it nobody’s commented on. Clicking through the years, it reaches 1961, and the captions for the year read:

They return to Liverpool, and give regular performances at The Cavern Club.

Top Liverpool drummer, Ringo Starr , has recently joined the band.

The Beatles attract the attention of local record store owner, Brian Epstein.

Epstein offers to become their manager.

Erm, Ringo didn’t join The Beatles until August 1962, around ten months after Brian offered to become their manager.

Then for some reason, in the 1968 segment, we get the caption:

They pioneer new recording techniques, including speed changes, tape loops and backwards tracks.

Yeah, factual statement, but they did all that in ’66; wasn’t something they started doing in ’68.

Myself, I didn’t think the precis history was needed, but even if considered necessary, get the facts right, and appropriate for the year you attach them to.

The footage looks incredible, Jackson has done an incredible job with it, with it not really that noticeable that at times he’s had to use footage that doesn’t completely sync with the audio to fill in gaps.

Anybody familiar with the Nagra tapes, and the whole of the first episode was dependant on the Nagras, can’t be anything but amazed at how good the sound is. Far better, clearer, and with much improved balances.

Only complaint I have about the work on the audio was the screaming audience added to Rock And Roll Music . Yes, I know a point was being made about it being performed on their 1966 tours, but I got that from the pictures and didn’t need screaming fans who weren’t there spoiling their Twickenham version.

The tensions of the Twickenham sessions certainly aren’t avoided.

Paul trying to keep up the momentum, aware that he’s too bossy at times, but unable to help himself.

John rarely engaged, and cruelly dismissive of many of George’s songs.

George, quietly seething and frustrated, until we watch him stand up, almost Out Of The Blue , after what had seemed a reasonable session, and declare he’s leaving the band. “Now.”

Ringo, just being Ringo, which is always more than enough.

It was fascinating to watch them working on stuff, getting to see how Get Back  started with a little strumbling on the guitar as Paul sought something, and then going through its No Pakistanis iteration.

It was also annoying as someone who knows the tapes to see how much things were edited, though expected. There’s that frustrating inclusion of them timing Don’t Let Me Down  to see if was long enough, us only getting a chorus, and then being told at the end it was over 4 minutes. Hopefully, if it turns out to be true that the DVD/Blu-ray has six hours of bonus footage (that doesn’t turn out to be Making Of… features), it will feature longer music sequences.

Despite slight niggles with the first episode, I thoroughly enjoyed, think Jackson has done a remarkable job in creating a more balanced picture – of Twickenham, at least.

Looking forward to Eps 2 & 3.

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I think parts 2 and 3 are a bit rushed. Specially part 3 which kinda makes sense since they included the rooftop concert (or part of it) on it. Watching them post-concert listening back to the recordings and enjoying them was way cool.

It’s a shame we didn’t get the whole thing and even though we really got a bunch of hours still are a lot missing. For instance we only saw them rehearsing “One After 909 ” once and they really rock that one on the rooftop.

Overall it was a great experience. Probably the biggest new Beatles thing since the Anthology. I hope it comes out in Bluray soon , i definitely will be getting it.

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Ron Nasty said

I thought the brief history at the beginning was unnecessary. 

George, quietly seething and frustrated, until we watch him stand up, almost Out Of The Blue , after what had seemed a reasonable session, and declare he’s leaving the band. “Now.” 

My thoughts,

Oh no, here we go again.  Cue up Whoopi Goldberg….

Poor George.  They showed a lot more frustration from George than in the original movie. 

I love the 8 hours of footage, but really hope they release the 100 minute version as a movie.

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I think you’ll get people who will sit down and see what it’s like, they might not last for 8 hours but they might be curious. So I didn’t have a problem with the opening set-up. It’s quick enough. Most books will give a brief potted history before getting in-depth. I was more relieved they didn’t do a 5 minute reminder at the beginning of part two reminding us what happened in part one. 
I noticed the errors immediately but didn’t want to complain instantly as it can darken people’s opinions and get backs up when there are so many positives. Maybe, with it being digital Apple can fix the opening and then put it up with alll the details correct, even if for the home release. I presume Apple put it together with Peter Jackson and co focusing on all the ‘Get Back ’ material; their desire to remove Pete Best from the history recap is amusing. 

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A couple things about George, who I believe is a main point of focus for many it seems. Probably because the other three are more or less playing the roles we usually think of and George is ascendant at this time:

1. I believe George was emboldened by the cameras to quit in some fashion. Maybe he felt that the crew/audience was able to validate what he had been feeling for many years, or in some ways felt safer doing that. In the States here a couple years later a documentary that followed a family in California, called “An American Family” had a famous scene where the wife asks the husband for a divorce on camera. I was thinking about that when George’s walkout happened.

2. I couldn’t tell how seriously the Beatles took his walkout. They did seem a bit shaken, and had that musical freakout after he left.  But they also tried to carry on in some way. I guess they couldn’t just take it all in immediately.

3. Ultimately, in a band that had such pressure and unique personalities, I’ve been surprised that walkouts, or at least threats to walk out, weren’t very common throughout the entire history of the band. As such, when they did happen, they seemed to be taken at their word. As they’ve all said, the Beatles were kind of a palace and it’s hard to leave the palace and they knew each other so well they probably didn’t waste each others’ time with empty threats which were a plea to be told how much they were wanted. I know I’m contradicting my point above.

4. It was interesting just like a family they were often reluctant to just say things straight out (“That’s a really good song Paul”) and so much more was that Liverpool don’t show your cards thing, just jump on the groove and help.

5. When George rolled out IMM I thought it was Ringo saying “We only do Rock and Roll here” not John, but I have to go back and rewatch. Clearly the waltzing was a ridicule but I thought Ringo was doing the riff on it – though since it was him maybe it was seen as just lighthearted and not criticism.

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I’ve just finished watching Part 3 and still have a big smile on my face! Can you love a band even more than you thought you did!? 🙂

This series had everything including the ominous black clouds on the horizon … “I had  a meeting with with Allen Klein and he is fantastic!” … the real reason The Beatles broke up, I feel.

I enjoyed George chatting to John and telling him he had so many songs and just wanted to get them out on an album of his own rather than give them away to someone else. I wish the others had gone along with this, taken a year out after Abbey Road and done their own thing and reconvened sometime in 1971, refreshed again! Oh Well!!

I also like the way the final day was shown. The original Let It Be film showed these pretty straight so I enjoyed the way it was done here. Loved the comments after ‘Let It Be ‘, even John said that it was pretty good! Then when Paul said, lets do it one more time, John said along the lines of, ‘there are so many of the bastards!’ That made me laugh/smile/cry almost. I’m sure Paul looks at that wistfully as I doubt he would ever have got that reaction from any musicians he played with, either in Wings or solo, since The Beatles broke up!

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@Bongo said
I love the 8 hours of footage, but really hope they release the 100 minute version as a movie.

Assuming the premiere for the Norwegian fan club was the same as the London premiere, afraid there is no 100 minute version Bongo.

As reported by Roger Stormo on The Daily Beatle, the event opened with a half-hour segment from Jackson talking about the technology involved – including before and after on the picture, how they’d been able to isolate the different elements on the Nagra tapes for the audio, a trip to the vault where the film has been stored all these years, along with a selection of clips.

They then got to see the 27 January segment of the series, followed by the rooftop concert.

So, assuming the premieres around the world were the same as the London event, it was more a preview of the series and what to expect rather than the showing of a 100 minute edit of the material.

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I have no words. That Rooftop concert beats the pants off the cut from let it be! Wow, wow, wow!

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