Paul McCartney duetted just about with John Lennon for the duration of tonight’s Glastonbury headline set (June 25).
Adhering to the surprise arrival of Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen all through his set on the Pyramid phase, he connected up with former Beatles bandmate, the late Lennon in the course of ‘I’ve Bought A Feeling’.
Speaking to the group, McCartney uncovered that the strategy came from Peter Jackson, the director of the current considerable documentary Get Back again, which was primarily based on the studio classes for the band’s ultimate album ‘Let It Be’.
Check out out previous footage underneath of the collaboration earlier shot in Washington Condition.
The pair traded verses in the track, with Jackson owning isolated Lennon’s vocal for the team-up. McCartney initial debuted the collaboration with his previous co-songwriter on his latest US tour.
“I’ve acquired a distinctive very little point right here,” he reported introducing that track. “One working day, Peter Jackson rings me up and claims he can choose John’s vocals and isolate them so that you can play are living with Kohn on tour. He reported do you extravagant that?”
“That’s so specific for me male,” McCartney explained following the collaboration. “I know it’s virtual but appear on – it is John. We’re back alongside one another.”
Previously the clearly show, Grohl joined The Beatle acquiring flown all the way in particular from the US for the clearly show: the pair played ‘I Saw Her Standing There’ and ’Band On The Run’, whilst Springsteen lined The Boss 1984’s one ‘Glory Days’ and an early Beatles solitary, ‘I Wanna Be Your Person.’
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