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The six-page document was signed in Hamburg, Germany in 1961 by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and then-drummer Pete Best.
Speaking to Esquire for the magazine's September issue, the Rolling Stones guitarist shares his opinion on the Grammy-winning LP which frequently makes it to the best albums of all time lists.
During the show at London's O2 Arena, Macca also delivered the first live performance of his 1980 song 'Temporary Secretary' off his 'McCartney II' album.
After the British musician explained to West that 'Let It Be' was written after his late mom came to him in a dream, the rapper said he wanted to write a song with his own deceased mother Donda West.
The song, which appears on the group's 1965 album 'Help!', was sung live for the first time while Macca played his first show at Tokyo's Nippon Budoukan in nearly 50 years.
The interview, originally conducted by journalist Joe Smith in 1987, was unearthed and animated for PBS' 'Blank on Blank' series.
Drizzy has reacted to the news, posting a screenshot of an article on Instagram and captioning it, 'Bigger fish to fry my G #SOUND.'
'That six-year period is such a dramatic transformation in terms of global culture,' the director shared his insight.
The eight-part event series has not obtained rights to the band's music, while at the same time Sony Pictures TV is developing a project with similar theme.
The 'Tudors' executive producers Michael Hirst, Ben Silverman and Teri Weinberg reunite for the eight-part project about the legendary British band.
The Australian raptress matches the legendary British band's record after her own 'Fancy' and her collaboration with Ariana Grande, 'Problem', rise to Hot 100's No. 1 and No. 2 respectively.
Wayne Coyne, who hit the studio with the former Disney star on March 14, revealed that they were covering the legendary band's 1967 track.
John Legend, Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran and Stevie Wonder are also among performers at the event to celebrate 50 years since The Beatles' first performed on U.S. television.
The duo comprising of James Mercer and Danger Mouse covers the British band's 'And I Love Her' while Starr provides original beats from 'I Am the Walrus' from an old school TV.
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr will return to the Ed Sullivan Theater for an interview, 50 years after their band The Beatles performed there, after filming the tribute concert earlier this week.