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Composing The Beatles Songbook Lennon and McCartney 1957 - 1965

Composing The Beatles Songbook Lennon and McCartney 1957 - 1965

The Beatles’ music is more familiar to more people than that of any other group, artist or composer - there can barely be an adult on the planet who can’t hum at least a couple of their tunes. And the composers of the vast majority of these timeless songs have arguably eclipsed the offerings of anyone else who’s penned a tune before or since. Composing the Beatles Songbook – Lennon and McCartney 1957 – 1965 is an independent documentary film which reviews the partnership, music and impact of Lennon and McCartney as composers. From the day they met in 1957 until the release of the Rubber Soul album at the end of 1965, this programme dissects and contrasts, reassesses and ultimately provides one of the finest films made about the band during this period. Drawing on rare footage, classic performances and penetrating revelations from friends of the pair, Beatles academics and musicologists, we here discover the true story of how those classic songs were written. With contributions from; friends Barry Miles, Klaus Voorman and Maureen Cleave; musicians Alan Moore and Chris Ingham; journalists Robert Christgau (Village Voice) and Anthony De Curtis (Rolling Stone); authors Johnny Rogan,Pete Doggett, Steve Turner, and Nigel Williamson and broadcaster Paul Gambaccini. Features; Love Me Do, She Loves You, Can’t Buy Me Love, Hard Day’s Night, Help, Yesterday, I’m A Loser, You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away, Nowhere Man, Norwegian Wood, Michelle and many others. Extras include; Extended Interviews, Contributor Biographies, Beyond DVD Section.

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