Ringo Starr says he’s ‘amazed’ that Beatles music appeals to all generations.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Ringo Starr highlighted how new generations are becoming fans of the Beatles and the upcoming Get Back documentary.
On Thursday, Kimmel informed Starr that his 7-year-old daughter was thrilled that the music legend would be appearing on the show since her morning alarm clock is set to a Beatles song.
“What’s amazing is that she’s seven years old and she enjoys music. Every generation has been influenced by the Beatles’ music. Why do you think that is? Because it’s fantastic,” Starr explained.
He went on to say, “I enjoy the music myself, and I’m amazed that every generation gets into it,” before applauding the way Beatles music has been remastered throughout time.
The Beatles: Get Back, a documentary series from Disney+, will be released in three two-hour parts on November 25, November 26, and November 27.
Over 60 hours of previously unseen film were used to create the documentary, which shows the renowned band recording songs for their final two albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be.
The material is from the same video that was shot for Michael Lindsay-original Hogg’s Let It Be feature from 1970. The new documentary series will be directed by Peter Jackson.
“I had a lot of conversations with Peter Jackson because I didn’t enjoy the first one because it was too dark for me. It wasn’t even dark; it was dreary, and it was all about John and Paul’s quarrel,” Starr told Kimmel.
“You know, there was a lot of joy and a lot of fun. That wasn’t the only thing. Of course, there was a lot of fantastic music, but we also had a nice laugh,” he concluded.
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