Watch the Beatles' New Get Back Trailer as they create Ive Got a Feeling with Get Back
The film that became the Beatles' swan-song film Let It Be was released in 2002, and has been used extensively in the past 50 years.
The new album, "Let It Be" chronicle the Beatles' divorce, has been resembling that of Michael Jackson, who previously conceived a novel about the album "You Shall Not Grow Old".
The first extensive footage that was released showed a powerfully cheerful counter-narrative to the original film the Beatles clowning around, laughing, hugging each other the subsequent releases have been eloquent, and we see it in the clip of the group rehearsing Ive Got Sense Friday morning.
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In it, Paul McCartney is in full captain-of-the-ship mode, giving his bandmates a specific instruction on how to get the song done; true to form, John Lennon is clowning around and George Harrison is bristling at being ghettoed around in fact, he re-created the first page of the album in the recently released Let It Be boxet set and also based on the one from the All Things Must Pass
The full six-hour docuseries will air on Thanksgiving weekend, of course. But we all know how it ends, but we don't have any idea there's still so much to see.