Paul McCartney reconsidered the Beatles’ breakup, categorically opposing the suggestion that he was responsible for the band’s demise. In testimony on the episode This is the cultural lifeOn BBC Radio 4, which airs on October 23, McCartney said it was John Lennon who wanted to split the group.
Fans of the band have long debated who was responsible for the Beatles’ breakup, and many blamed McCartney. But he said John Lennon’s desire to be “liberated” was the main reason behind the breakup.
McCartney said the confusion over the breakup increased as his manager asked the band members to remain silent until he completed a series of deals.
The interview is preceded by the six-hour Peter Jackson documentary. output The Beatles: come back He will definitely return to the legendary band’s breakup. McCartney’s comments were first reported by The Observer.
When interviewer John Wilson asked him about the decision to go alone, Paul McCartney replied, “Stop there. I wasn’t the one who instigated the separation. Oh, no, no, no. John walked into a room one day and said, ‘I’m leaving the Beatles.'” Does this lead to separation or not?”
McCartney was sad about the split, saying the group was still “doing very good things”. “That was my band, my job, my life. So I wanted it to continue,” he said.
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