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Like previously mentioned, the focus is on the band’s January 1969 records sessions, mainly for their album known as Let It Be. It showcases the Beatles’ creative process and ups and downs as they attempt to write fourteen new songs for their first live concert in over two years, all in under three weeks. According to Paul McCartney, the bassist, co-lead vocalist, and co-songwriter of the Beatles, “The idea was that you’d see The Beatles rehearsing, jamming, getting their act together and then finally performing somewhere in a big end-of-show concert.” 

As the three-part docu-series were released on November 25, November 26, and November 27 of 2021 respectively, many students at San Marcos have already watched the one-of-a-kind film collection. Enna Garcia, a freshman at San Marcos, said, “The documentary gave a cool insight on the dynamic of the band and the creation of so many songs that I listen to on repeat.” This was a common excitement amongst many Beatles fans at San Marcos. The docuseries provided students and everyone else who watched with the creative process of some of their favorite songs.

Though much of the trivial information and fun facts had already been released in a different documentary or in the many books published throughout the years, the Disney+ docuseries will forever be one of a kind. It provided Beatles fans across the globe with a whole new light in showing the unforgettable band’s true dynamic.

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Baylie Bingham, Sports & Social Media Editor
Baylie is a junior at San Marcos High School. This is her third year doing the King's Page, first as a staff writer, then as graphics editor, and now as sports editor as well as social media. She loves to write about politics, the environment, and local events in both San Marcos and Santa Barbara as a whole.
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