Harrison McCartney Feud - The Break Up of The Beatles





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Published on May 9, 2012


The rehearsals and recording sessions for the album did not run smoothly. The acrimony that began during the recording of the previous year's White Album resumed soon after the rehearsals began. The band were not getting along, and Lennon and McCartney weren't working together as before. McCartney assumed the role of the leader, while a laid back Lennon was more interested in spending time/making music with his soon-to-be wife Yoko Ono, who was now present in the studio with him at all times. All of the factors led to friction within the band. At one point, Harrison walked out and quit the group after several arguments with McCartney, and a severe fall-out with Lennon, due to the former's perfectionism and the latter's growing lack of interest in the band, only to be coaxed back some days later. The film version is famous for showcasing a number of conflicts between the group members and has frequently been referred to as a documentary intended to show the making of an album but instead showing "the break-up of a band"

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