The Beatles: Get Back trailer released by Disney

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When Paul McCartney and John Lennon first met as teenagers, the latter was around two years older and therefore the natural leader of what became The Beatles. As time when on, the duo formed their joint songwriting credit, the most successful in music history. Now two members of the Fab Four always had a healthy and brotherly rivalry, but following the death of manager Brian Epstein in 1967, McCartney ended up taking on his role.

With the release of The Beatles: Get Back on Disney+ this weekend, it’s clear from the footage that even during the 1969 Let It Be sessions, McCartney had a charismatic leadership style and appears somewhat more dominant than Lennon.

In the first episode of Peter Jackson’s revisionist documentary, Macca gets frustrated with Lennon for not coming up with enough new material and clashes with George Harrison over the way he plays the guitar.

In the end, on January 10th, 1969, the Quiet Beatle had had enough and temporarily left The Beatles.

The second episode opened with just Ringo Starr and McCartney arriving at the Twickenham Studios on Monday, January 13, discussing with the others what to do.

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