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The Beatles: Get Back review – Peter Jackson's TV series is a thrilling, funny (and long) treat for fans

By David McCooey, Professor of Writing and Literature, Deakin University
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The Beatles’ Get Back project, undertaken in January 1969, has finally been completed. Again.

For most of the last 50 years it has been known as Let it Be, a film and LP record released in 1970. The project, conceived by Paul McCartney, was originally intended to be a television special documenting the band’s preparation for a live concert (their first in two and a half years). Because of the performance element, the Beatles decided to get back to their roots and only develop material that could be played…


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