There are very few facts you can use to stump Beatles diehards, but every once in a while, a new documentary comes along that is both revealing and totally unique in structure. McCartney 3,2,1, a six-part docuseries that recently premiered on Hulu, is one such piece of filmmaking. The concept is simple: Paul McCartney and legendary producer Rick Rubin sit in a room together, play Beatles and solo McCartney/Wings tunes, and discuss how they got made. Shot in black and white, the style is radically minimal yet always interesting. Throughout the six-part series, McCartney and Rubin isolate tracks and vocal performances, highlighting the intricate details that made The Beatles the best rock band on earth.
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