A New Beatles Film By Director Peter Jackson Is Upcoming

A New Beatles Film By Director Peter Jackson Is Upcoming

Peter Jackson will direct a new Beatles film, based on never-released footage of the Let It Be recording sessions A new Beatles film will thrill the fans of the Fab 4 all around the world. Peter Jackson has just announced that he will direct a new Beatles film. Jackson is the renowned film director of the trilogies of the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit”. The film, still untitled, will use about 55 hours of footage dating…

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Paul McCartney Performs ‘Get Back’ With Ringo Starr And Ronnie Wood At Epic London Show

Paul McCartney Performs ‘Get Back’ With Ringo Starr And Ronnie Wood At Epic London Show

Last night Sir Paul McCartney, 76, performed to a sold out crowd at the O2 Arena, London and formed an impromptu super group as he invited his former bandmate Ringo Starr and Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood to join him on stage. During the encore of the career spanning show, the three music legends played together ‘Get Back’. The trio flashed grins at one another and they really enjoyed their jamming session in front of…

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Beatles recording engineer Geoff Emerick dies age 72

Beatles recording engineer Geoff Emerick dies age 72

Geoff Emerick, the audio engineer best known for his work with the Beatles, has died aged 72 following a heart attack. In the early 1960s, when he was 15 years old, Emerick began working as an assistant engineer for EMI Records. He first met the Beatles in 1963, when he was a tape operator on an overdub session for ‘Misery’ and ‘Baby It’s You’. At 20, three years later, Emerick was promoted to engineer on…

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Paul McCartney says John Lennon only complimented his song writing once

Paul McCartney says John Lennon only complimented his song writing once

Paul McCartney has recently revealed that John Lennon praised him for a song only once. Reporter Sharyn Alfonsi from CBS and her 60 Minutes crew spent two days with McCartney at his recording studio in the south of England. McCartney gave two interviews and was nostalgic about the band’s last concert, a live session on the Apple Building’s roof in London. Sir McCartney told the reporter many personal and intimate stories behind rare photos such…

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