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over 50 years ago, the Beatles separated. Since Paul McCartney (79) publicly made the end of the band on April 10, 1970 in an interview, he is considered the scapegoat for the separation. That's what the bassist wants to let the biggest band all times lit longer. How different media reports , McCartney should be in an interview that on October 24 on BBC Radio 4 is to be broadcast, John Lennon (1940-1980) as the initiator of the separation.

Paul McCartney (li.) und John Lennon gegen Ende der Beatles-Zeit. © Imago / Zuma Press Paul McCartney (Li.) And John Lennon towards the end of the Beatles time.

"I did not initiate the separation. That was our Johnny," McCartney should say in the interview. "John came in one day and said, 'I leave the Beatles'. Sounds that after a trigger for the separation or not?"

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According to other sources , Lennon has announced his exit internally in 1969. According to all the small manager, McCartney has stopped the Beatles to keep the dissolution of the band still for themselves. But McCartney had no desire for it and let the bomb burst when he introduced his solo album "McCartney".

did John Lennon no more time?

Paul McCartney makes John Lennons Tendenz in the interview with the BBC to remove from the band internally, responsible for the end. "The real point was that John began a new life with Yoko". With his wife Yoko Ono (88) Lennon launched several protests against the war, for example the famous Bed-Ins. "John wanted to lie in a sag for a week in Amsterdam in bed," says McCartney. This was no longer compatible with the work in a band.

, Paul McCartney indirectly reflects the old cliché that Yoko Ono is mainly responsible for the end of the Beatles. Many fans threw the artist who pulled Lennon from the band. He turned McCartney and his alleged despotism as a leader of the group to the main debt.

completely new is McCartney's current statement to the BBC by the way not. Lennon himself had already insisted that he had dissolved the Beatles: "I founded the group and I dissolved them again. That was so easy," he said once.

Sir Paul McCartney puts on cosy display with wife Nancy Shevell .
Sir Paul McCartney, 79, put on a cosy display as he posed with wife Nancy Shevell, 61, at the Robin Hood Benefit in New York on Wednesday night. The former Beatle, 79, could be standing with his arms around businesswoman Nancy, 61, at the venue. He wore a smart navy blue suit and crisp white shirt with a floral tie while Nancy looked chic in a black dress with a zip to the front. © Provided by Daily Mail ( American-native Nancy's dress finished just above the knee and she wore a pair of black high-heeled shoes in the same colour as her dress to add a few inches to her stature.

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