Paul McCartney named the culprit for the breakup of The Beatles
John Lennon decided that the artists had better stop performing.
Paul McCartney, a former member of the legendary band The Beatles, named the real culprit of the breakup collective. Previously, it was he who was considered the reason that the Beatles ceased their activities, reports Chronicle.info with reference to joy-pup.com.
As noted by Paul McCartney, the opinion of many that he initiated the collapse of The Beatles , incorrect. On the contrary, during one of the quarrels that happened quite often, it was John Lennon who decided that the artists had better stop performing.
“It was not me who started the collapse of the band. It's all Johnny's fault, “the singer said.
He himself wanted to play with The Beatles, but the group broke up. McCartney added that one day John Lennon came and announced that he would leave the team.
If this had not happened, the band would have performed more. Paul McCartney believes Lennon was too busy with his new life with Japanese avant-garde artist Yoko Ono, who became his wife and later became a widow. His colleague did not like the shackles that he felt when he was with The Beatles. He always wanted freedom, which he had not felt since childhood, when he was raised by his tough aunt Mimi. Paul himself wanted to resurrect the band, since at that time he could not imagine his life without the Beatles. In 2020, he stated that the breakup of the group was associated with a family quarrel, which he did not specify.
Recall that The Beatles was founded in 1960 in Liverpool. It included John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Star. Soon the team became so successful that it won the recognition of the whole world.
In total, 14 albums by The Beatles were released, and 6 of them became diamond ones. That is, each such album has sold 10 million copies. But in 1970 the group broke up, each went his own way. And on December 8, 1980, John Lennon was killed near his home in New York.
In addition, at the end of August it became known that the members of The Beatles are planning to re-release the most popular album “Let It Be”. Its release is scheduled for October 15, 2021, and will include 27 previously unreleased recordings. It will also feature a 14-track Get Back mix created by producer Glyn Johnson. The album will be accompanied by a book about the legendary four, which created the group. It was written by Paul McCartney himself.
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