From “Hard Day’s Night” callbacks to the true story of that reunion at George’s house

THE BEATLES: GET BACK – Credit: Apple Corps Ltd.

In the new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, host Brian Hiatt and Rob Sheffield – author of Dreaming of the Beatles: the love story of a band and the whole world – immerse yourself in the most revealing moments of Peter Jackson’s instant Beatles documentary To recover.

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The discussion ranges from what the film left out about a controversial reunion at George Harrison’s house to the magic of Billy Preston to speculation about what upset Yoko Ono at the end of the film – all the while tackling the guitar “I Dig A Pony “. riff, the performance in Libya that was never going to happen, the prospect of an 18 hour director’s cut, and much more.

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The episode also features a preview of another new documentary about a legendary act from the ’60s, Brian Wilson: long promised road, with executive producer, co-writer and film host Jason Fine of Rolling Stone explaining his long friendship with Wilson.

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