4 Moments Fans Are Hoping to See in Peter Jackson’s ‘The Beatles: Get Back’

The Beatles in the recording studio during the 'Let It Be' sessions in 1969.
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4. A more detailed rooftop performance

The whole point of recording Let It Be was so that The Beatles had new material to show fans during a proposed televised concert special. After George quit it, that plan fell through. When he returned, The Beatles moved operations to

The Beatles are on everyone’s radars right now. Part one of Peter Jackson’s highly anticipated three-part documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, is here, and we have some huge hopes. There are a few things that fans expect to see at some point. Things that have recently been teased and things that fans know were captured, but that didn’t make it into the final cut of Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s 1970 film Let It Be.

We know that Jackson’s documentary will show the good and the bad, but as long as we get to see certain things, we’ll be happy. Here are the four moments we hope to see in The Beatles: Get Back.

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4. A more detailed rooftop performance

The whole point of recording Let It Be was so that The Beatles had new material to show fans during a proposed televised concert special. After George quit it, that plan fell through. When he returned, The Beatles moved operations to Apple headquarters in Savile Row, London, and decided to play to fans in a surprise rooftop concert.

Fans are excited to see their performance in its entirety for the first time. Even Ringo Starr was excited for fans to see it all. He told Ultimate Classic Rock that the scene was his favorite.

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“From, whatever, January 5th to the end of January – within a month we’d made a record and we’d done a record,” Ringo said. “On the roof was so great, and we played live again. There’s a great piece in the [footage] for me. Paul says, ‘Who wants to play live?’ and you can hear me in the background going, ‘I do.’ And we did.”

Lindsay-Hogg told Inside Hook that getting the band on the roof was the hard part, but once they started playing, it was like they were teenagers again.

“Once I got them on the roof — which that was the hard part, because they didn’t really make up their minds until they were standing down in the little cubbyhole of a room about to go on the roof — they were great,” he said. “All that had been going on before, them not getting on or them having spats, like people who work together often do, and [once] they started really playing and they knew there was a crowd down below, they

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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