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Paul McCartney claims the Beatles band broke up thanks to John Lennon
John Lennon made The Beatles break up according to Paul McCartney.
The melodic artist who will present his book "The Lyrics: 1956 to the present" in November, clarifies that the confusion about the band's circumstance extended, since they had to pretend that they were still in the same group for a long time.
Be that as it may, John Lennon was the one who "instigated" the separation of The Beatles in 1970, this data was exposed lately.
Paul McCartney guarantees that the separation of the band was not his thing, but John Lennon's
“I did not instigate the breakup. That was our Johnny. I'm not the person who instigated the breakup”, he revealed to a journalist named John Wilson, who addressed him for the series" This Cultural Life "which will air on BBC Radio 4 on 23 October.
The public broadcaster clarifies that, for nearly 50 years, Paul McCartney was blamed for the breakup of the famous group. Given that in an explanation when he issued his first free collection in 1970 — "McCartney".
He confirmed that he "could not glimpse" the return to work together with John Lennon on musical themes.
The former member of The Beatles was has felt quite pressured and even stressed by public accusations about the disintegration of the famous English band. That is why he decided to stop being silent and explain the real reason and denying all the rumors that there are about the separation.
Paul McCartney expresses his words about the reason for the official separation of The Beatles
"Oh no, no, no. John walked into a room one day and said, I'm leaving The Beatles. And he said: It's exciting, like a divorce. And then we are left picking up the pieces. The thing was, John wanted to start a new life with Yoko, and he wanted... to lie in a bed for a week in Amsterdam for peace. It was not possible to object. It was the most difficult period of my life", McCartney said.
This was mentioned in his interview by the 79-year-old artist Paul McCartney, who in 1970 was busy with a lawsuit against his bandmates.
Obviously, the comments that exist on this subject directly affect Paul McCartney. It was for this reason that he decided to clarify this issue during his interview. He also expressed the feeling that being in the Beatles causes him:
“This was my band, my work, my life. I wanted it to continue, I thought we were doing pretty good things — Abbey Road, Let it Be, it wasn't bad at all — and I thought we could go on”, he explains.
Asked about the writer, McCartney acknowledges that The Beatles "could" have moved on had it not been for Lennon's decision to leave.
Paul McCartney, who will present his book "The Lyrics: 1956 to the present" in November. He clarifies that the bewilderment by the circumstance of the band was extended with the risk.
They held on fully hoping to stay together for a rule of months while the new boss. Allen Klein — with whom McCartney was heading in different directions — shut down specific parts of the business.
McCartney ultimately sued his accomplices in London High Court for a disintegrated positional relationship to keep the music out of Klein's hands.