Composing the Beatles Songbook: Lennon and McCartney: 1966-1970

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Composing the Beatles Songbook: Lennon and McCartney: 1966-1970

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2008
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Composing the Beatles Songbook: Lennon and McCartney: 1966-1970 is the second documentary chronicling the greatest songwriting team in the history of popular music. The first volume covers 1957-1965. This edition follows the pair as they expanded their horizons in the final years of The Beatles. The film digs deeply into the songwriting process and the multiple layers of meanings in their greatest hits and deepest tracks. The film incorporates rare studio footage, classic performances, and numerous interviews with friends, critics, and historians. Composing the Beatles Songbook seeks not just to praise the amazing talent of John Lennon and Paul McCartney but understand their process and influence on modern popular music. If you ever wanted to know more about your favorite Beatles's song, then this video is for you. The filmmakers cast a critical eye on the most important songs from the 1966-1970 period including "Eleanor Rigby," "Hey Jude," and "I Am the Walrus."
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    Arts, Documentary, Music

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