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McCartney sang with Lennon at the Glastonbury "I've got a feeling". This was made possible by "Get Back" director Peter Jackson. © provided by www.rollingstone.de Cannes, France: Julian Lennon 2013
McCartney sang with Lennon at the Glastonbury "I've got a feeling". This was made possible by "Get Back" director Peter Jackson.
during a performance in Glastonbury sang Paul McCartney together with John Lennon . This made the technology of "The Beatles: Get Back" director Peter Jackson possible. For Julian Lennon, the son of the Beatles singer, a shock.
Paul McCartney brought his long deceased bandmate for the song "I've got a feeling" from the 1970 album "Let IT Be". "I have something very special here," announced the 80-year-old. Peter Jackson called him and explained the idea. The director would insulate Lennon's audio track so that McCartney could sing with him.
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"This is really something special for me," said McCartney. "I know it's just virtual, but honestly - it's John. We are united again ”.
in an interview announced Julian Lennon that he was first shocked when he saw the appearance. Before his concert in Glastonbury, McCartney had already tried the technology during his tour through North America. But Julian changed his opinion with the duet in Glastonbury. In the meantime, he "enjoys" the performance. Read
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