Reacting To The Beatles "Get Back" Documentary

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I recently watched the new Beatles documentary "Get Back" on Disney +. Here are my thoughts.

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Rick Beato
Rick Beato Anos atrás
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rifyrafi Anos atrás
Watching Paul just casually slapping on his bass and then suddenly hear "Get Back" being born is like watching a planet forming from space dust. Absolutely amazing especially if you're a songwriter.
James Tuckerman
There’s a moment where Ringo shares the chorus from Octopuses Garden and then says, “That’s all I got.” Then George Harrison sits down and helps him in the most patient and respectful way. Then, George Martin comes over. Everyone just helping each other. The lack of ego on Ringo and George was amazing. And the camaraderie even between Paul and John was next level. Loved this. ❤️
sam tan
sam tan 7 horas atrás
And this is for the kids - even more astounding that they didn't utilize 20 co-songwriters.
Faking a Nerve
I found the relationship between Paul and Linda's daughter incredibly touching. Ringo teaching her to play drums was also a real tearjerker. They were truly just a big family.
John Ferguson
One of the things that struck me the most in the films was how patient and humble Ringo was throughout all the sessions. He didn't once look bored or disengaged despite having very little active input into the songwriting process. He knew his role and he just got on with what he did best when he was needed. There was the occasional bit of footage where he was playing in between songs where you really got a glimpse of how fantastic a drummer he was. It was also really cool to see him and George working up parts of Octopus's Garden together.
The Fabulator
The moment in the first episode where Paul McCartney literally conjures Get Back out of thin air in a mixture of defiance and frustration at the lack of material they have at that point is one of the most magical things I’ve ever seen.
Harry Joiner
Harry Joiner Anos atrás
Dear Sir Paul: If you’re reading this, please let Rick interview you. Thank you.
tim barkin
Love your commentary...I too am a Beatlemaniac, I was 14 in 1964 and this juggernaut of talent just hit me like a freight train. I think the primary reason for their success, besides insane talent, utterly original musical ideas and chemistry was Hard Work. They came from a blue collar, working class background and that was why they would play and replay and rewrite everything dozens of times. The job's not done until it's done.
I wasn't a big Beatles fan before and started watching Get Back just because I love to watch creative people create something. I loved the series for this alone. It still hit me real hard when part 3 was over. I can't imagine what hardcore fans must have felt. I'm currently deep into their catalogue, kicking myself for not doing so earlier, but happy still. Better late than never.
Julian Haywood
There were lots of genuinely touching moments during the documentary but, for me, the most moving was seeing Paul and John, during their most intimate, creative moments, staring into each others eyes. It was almost like they were communicating telepathically! Astonishing!
So-Ko Moto
I thought it was like being there for the painting of the Sistine Chapel. Just unbelievable to see such a work coming together, in real time. I felt for George, and laughed with John. Paul was a force of nature, and Ring was just so chill. They all seemed to be able to play everything. During the concert on the roof, I was amazed just how good a live band they were. I marveled at what charisma Paul and John had live.
Greg Dietz
I've only seen the first episode, but so far what stands out to me is just how jaw droppingly talented Paul was. They're all great of course, but Paul just completely blew away my misconceptions.
Lil Dyl
This doc proved how underrated and patient ringo was . He never missed a frickin beat even when they were screening around . Not once did they need to give him direction as what to do for a song . Very stable and backbone of the bands . Much props to ringo ( and he never bitched and complained either )
Ok Go
I really like the magic that Billy Preston brought to their songs, it was immediately evident and very clever.... fitted so well with their arrangements.👍🇬🇧
This documentary was utterly brilliant. To see the genesis of some of these songs and how they evolved into what we know/love was really special. You cannot understate the impact that Billy Preston had on this album. The only annoyance was Yoko wailing nonsense into the microphone occasionally. The rooftop performance of 'I've got a feeling' made me tear up a little. Great, great film.
Don Noack
I'm an amateur musician in bands for 55 years. Aside from being entertaining, this documentary is a master class in 1. Band member dynamics and how to manage their impossible tangents; 2. The varied styles of both individual and collective song creation; 3. The appearance of "goofing off" and seeming uselessness of jamming that ironically is the requirement for making amazingly different neural connections and subsequently amazing songs; 4. The masterful velvet glove of a producer like George Martin (also reflected in others around the Beatles); 5. The power of one individual/instrument (Billy Preston on keys) to alter a creative direction and musical experience; 6. The amazing combination of hard work, repetition, serendipity, and luck in how professional musicians work and how so many of the folks around the stars contributed, not to mention how open to such suggestions The Fab Four were; AND 7. The power of the surrounding environment to help or hinder creativity. Jackson did at least as much for the world's musician community as he did for the Beatles' Admiration Society!
Christian Belena
Christian Belena 14 horas atrás
Across the Universe was originally recorded in 1967. It was released on a compilation "No One's Gonna Change Our World." The Let It Be version (seen in Get Back) is the same song. Some manipulation of the master track makes it sound like a different version. See the Beatles Recording Session book.
Steven Peyton
Fantastic documentary! Three of the Beatles were who I thought they were, but watching this totally changed how I think of John. He and Paul had their little scuffles (which always happens when two alphas are in the same group), but he was much more likeable and upbeat than I thought he was. And it was very obvious that he and Paul loved each other like brothers.
spankywzl Anos atrás
I liked the part where Ringo starts playing a song he wrote, and George immediately grabs a guitar so he can help his friend flesh it out. That was who George was, and I miss him most.
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