Musical palate cleanser, gettin’ back edition

Dunno about you, but this pretty much looks like must see TV for me.

Fans of The Beatles were in a bit of shock on Wednesday when the trailer for Peter Jackson’s upcoming Disney+ docuseries Get Back dropped with never-before-seen footage of the legendary band.

The Beatles: Get Back three-part special will showcase the Fab Four’s fascinating songwriting process, friendship and struggles. The crystal-clear restored footage was gathered from the band’s January 1969 recording session and subsequent final live performance in London.

Helmed by the Oscar-winning Lord of the Rings director, the Disney+ docuseries shows how close the four musicians were while also displaying the cracks in their relationship which would ultimately lead the group to break up in 1970.

In addition to the studio songwriting process, the docuseries will show how The Beatles conceived and pulled off their last public performance, which took place Jan. 30, 1969, on the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters.

Tasty looking trailer:


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14 responses to “Musical palate cleanser, gettin’ back edition

  1. RangerRuss

    Gotdam hippies!

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  2. gastr1

    Wow. Agree… totally on this.


  3. Scotty King

    Looks and sounds great!


  4. Salty Dawg

    I’m in.


  5. Love to see it. Hope it’s available on something other than Disney+, which I don’t subscribe to, soon after it initial release.

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  6. timberridgedawg

    Waiting for The Beatles Adventure Ride at Disney World announcement.

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  7. What that dude “Peter Jackson” does with old film is utterly amazing…this looks like it was shot last week…this is a must watch for my happy ass.

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  8. Corch Irvin Meyers, Former Jags Corch (2021)

    I don’t think I’ve ever been more excited for anything in my entire life. Not even the premier of “The Fellowship of the Ring,” as I love The Beatles even more than Tolkien.



    Worse than Springsteen, if that’s possible.

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  10. waltergeiger

    many said the beatles were not a great live performance band. the rooftop concert killed that thought forever!


  11. Russ

    I’ve been looking forward to this for a couple of years now.

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  12. gotthepicture

    Dang! Looks good.