Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and John Lennon in “The Beatles: Get Back”.
Photo: Linda McCartney. All rights reserved.
It was one of the most anticipated documentaries in 2021: Peter Jackson’s nearly eight-hour film “Let It Be” about the Beatles’ recording sessions for the album “The Beatles: Get Back” debuted on Disney Plus in December. It has now been announced that the three-part documentary will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on February 28, 2022.
The DVD version will include Dolby Atmos sound as well as four collector cards
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The 3-disc collector’s set can now be pre-ordered on Blu-ray from Amazon – but so far only in Great Britain. Outputs will include Dolby Atmos sound as well as four collector cards. What might annoy fans, though: Apparently the DVD and Blu-ray versions will have neither the bonus features nor the original cut of “Let It Be,” though it was promised in the announcement.
Documentary captures both the friendship of the Fab Four and their internal tension
“The Beatles: Get Back” follows two weeks of songwriting and rehearsal sessions with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr from their final album “Let It Be” and the Fab Four’s friendship and their internal tensions. He catches both. and struggle.
ME editor Mike Bruggemeyer writes in his review of the documentary: “But is it really interesting to watch the Beatles for about eight hours as they rehearse through half-baked songs, eat sandwiches, drink tea, struggle through… Avoid, tell jokes and let yourself be. Wasted by chance or first inspiration? Definitely!”
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