John Lennon was by no means one to beat across the bush when it got here to how he actually felt about The Beatles songs. But do you know that the late star as soon as described one in every of his personal tracks as mainly signifying nothing? Spotted by Far Out Magazine in Lennon’s 1980 Playboy interview, the music in query is Yellow Submarine’s Hey Bulldog.
Originally known as She Can Talk To Me, Hey Bulldog has turn out to be one thing of a fan favorite in more moderen years.
While Paul McCartney stated of the music some 14 years later: “I bear in mind Hey Bulldog as being one in every of John’s songs and I helped him end it off within the studio, however it’s primarily his vibe.
“There’s a bit of rap on the finish between John and I, we went right into a loopy little factor on the finish.
“We all the time tried to make each music completely different as a result of we figured, ‘Why write something like the last one? We’ve completed that.’”
Speaking with Rolling Stone, Jackson stated: “Even although Let It Be wasn’t filmed with the breakup in thoughts it was filmed 14 months earlier.
“I can simply think about that in case you have been going to the cinema in May of 1970, and also you simply heard that the Beatles had damaged up, you then’re clearly going to take a look at the film via a selected filter.
“I believe that has led to it being often called the breakup movie. But it’s not likely a breakup movie within the slightest.
“Just me personally as a fan, wanting on the 56 hours, I get a way of a bunch that desires to do one thing completely different, however they’ve run out of locations to go.”
The director continued: “They by no means wished to repeat themselves — they didn’t wish to make Sgt. Pepper 2.
“There’s even conversations we’ve received on movie the place they’re discussing, ‘Maybe if we went back and became the Cavern Club band again’ — changing into the lunchtime bender gang.
“Because they will’t play a stadium that’s greater than Shea. They’ve completed complicated albums. They’ve completed easy albums.
“You get the sense that they actually don’t wish to break up. That’s the overriding impression I get. They’re a forward-moving band, however they’ve run out of locations to go.”