McCartney 3, 2, 1 is manna from heaven for those of us devoted Beatlemaniacs who have pored over The Beatles’ Recording Sessions, have read and re-read the Geoff Emerick book Here, There and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of The Beatles, own The Beatles in Mono box set and have marked their calendars for the premiere of Peter Jackson’s three-part documentary series The Beatles: Get Back on Thanksgiving weekend—people who obsessively jump down the rabbit hole. But at the same time, the sheer brilliance of the music, the humanity that resonates through it and the quality of the conversation between these two extremely interesting people casts a net wide enough to ensnare more people than just us geeks, it turns out.

Scott RodgerSir Paul McCartney’s longtime manager, who executive-produced the six-part, three-hour series, now streaming on Hulu, alongside McCartney, Rick RubinJeff PollackPeter BergFrank Marshall and four others, was kind enough to share his experience in helping shepherd the series from its inception during the dark days of the pandemic a year ago through its 7/16 premiere and the nearly universal adulation that followed.

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