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The Beatles return to UK Top 40 after Peter Jackson’s Disney documentary

The Beatles album Let it be jumped into the UK Top 40 after its release Peter JacksonThe documentary consists of three parts, Return.

The seven-hour series, which was released for Disney+ in November, is now a favorite with fans who have praised the insights it gives the multi-tiered band.

“I thought of them as kind, reasonable people.” Jackson told The Independent his discoveries while producing the documentary.

“They have disagreements, they have different ambitions. [But] no ego, no prima donna [behaviour]. ”

Based on Billboard’s latest report, Let it be jumped from 62nd to 22nd in the UK album chart this week, while the album was a hit first skyrocketed from No 57 to No 37.

In a five-star review The Independent, Ed Cumming called the archives “a masterpiece”.

“It is a monument to The Beatles, big and revealing, acting as a bulwark against the countless books and articles and gossip about them by showing them as they are,” he wrote. .

“Partly, it’s a fix, but it’s also a reinforcement. Any future judgments about the band and its members will have to be based on the people we see here. “

In a commentary published over the weekend, The Independent’s Louis Chilton objected to critics questioning the documentary’s worthiness.

“In the end, opponents completely missed the point of the documentary,” he wrote. “The idea was not to bring down McCartney and the others; it is to humanize them.

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“Concept about Return very impressive to see because of its very mundane. And those who doubt must know a thing or two about the mundane. When it comes to old, lazy songs, ‘The Beatles are overrated’ is like old and lazy songs. “

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/the-beatles-charts-get-back-b1970447.html The Beatles return to UK Top 40 after Peter Jackson’s Disney documentary

Emma Bowman

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