The Beatles - Get Back [Blu-ray]

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The Beatles - Get Back [Blu-ray]

The Beatles - Get Back [Blu-ray]

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Directed by Peter Jackson, the series offers unprecedented access to the band as they prepare to record the Let It Be album. Also featured — for the first time in its entirety — is The Beatles’ last live performance as a group — the unforgettable rooftop concert on London’s Savile Row — as well as other songs and classic compositions featured on the band’s final two albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be.

Well to top off all the good bounty of new 1969 Beatles footage low and behold a grey market DVD/Blu-ray set entitled “Get Back: The Rooftop Concert” has also made its way to the world and does feature what would make a superb bonus disc to this new “Get Back” set. In addition to movie reviews, Todd has written many articles for Home Theater Forum centering mostly on streaming as well as an occasional hardware review, and is a frequent guest on the Home Theater United podcast. Peter Jackson directs this documentary series which depicts the making of The Beatles' 1970 album 'Let It Be'.Directed by Peter Jackson, The Beatles: Get Back is a three-part documentary series that takes audiences back in time to the band’s intimate recording sessions. particularly true in the Atmos configuration, though even in LPCM the added width offers more opportunity for sonic engagement and exploration. The funny thing is I’m not one hundred percent sure it is legit but I’m thinking it more than likely is – are you confused yet?

I’m thrilled that the rooftop concert from The Beatles: Get Back is going to be experienced in IMAX, on that huge screen,” Jackson said in a statement at the time. Absolutely FANTASTIC Service, bought and paid for on Friday morning and arrived on Saturday morning! Even More Details: Language(s): English|Subtitles: English, French, German, Japanese, Latin Spanish|Interactive Menu|Screen ratio 1:1.This footage of the band rehearsing, writing, arguing, laughing, and coming to terms with their eventual breakup has been unseen since it was filmed. If you own a Blu-ray player treat yourself to the Blu-ray set as it has the best picture and sound as well as grooviest packaging. Best interview to to see an honest viewpoint of why they broke up was George Harrison on Dick Cavett in the early ‘70’s.

Acclaimed director Peter Jackson’s stunning docuseries The Beatles: Get Back will now be available to own on a Blu-ray Collector’s Set. Since all of the other titling onscreen throughout the documentary looks the same on DVD as well as Blu-ray I thought the dialogue captioning would be standard too. So this is in fact my defacto bonus disc it’s just too bad that something like this couldn’t have been included in the official Blu-ray set.

Use the thumbs up and thumbs down icons to agree or disagree that the title is similar to The Beatles: Get Back. Okay, George left for a few days but what we see here isn’t the oft peddled disintegration of the group. I can't honestly recommend this product - try and get the original LET IT BE movie, it's much better! Another difference we see is in how many outsiders were constantly whispering in their ears, most with good intentions (we see John being warned about Allen Klein), while others more self serving. Just yesterday a coworker (~50) said "The Beatles are over rated" (we were discussing the new Elvis movie and whether or not it was anything younger people would bother seeing).

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