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Paul & Ringo provided a busy month for Beatles fans in December with new releases and TV shows including an entertaining Paul McCartney interview with Idris Elba and the premiere of Paul McCartney Live at the Cavern Club 2018.
Now it's time to look forward to a number of Beatles & solo releases during 2021.
Already confirmed on the 30th January is a new Japanese 4k release of the Beatles first film, A Hard Day's Night, the black & white one, in a 4k/2xblu ray package.
The highly anticipated Get Back film by respected director Peter Jackson receives its premier on Disney's streaming site Disney+ on 27th August 2021 after being delayed a year because of the Covid19 crisis. Expect cinema and multiple media releases to follow.
Dhani Harrison is preparing box sets for All Things Must Pass, The Concert For Bangla Desh and Living in the Material World.
The box set for All Things Must Pass was expected around it's 50th Anniversary in November 2020 but never materialised. The last major George Harrison release was The Vinyl Collection in February 2017, lets hope for a February release this year.
Another delayed release was the Plastic Ono Band Ultimate Mixes box set, supposedly comprising of 6xCD & 2xBlu Ray. Really looking forward to this one but I hope we don't have to wait until October to have it in our collections.
Ringo Starr has already announced the release of his new 'Zoom In' EP on the 19th March with a track list of 'Zoom in Zoom Out', the already released single 'Here's to the Nights', 'Waiting For The Tide To Turn', 'Not Enough Love in the World' and 'Teach Me To Tango'.
That leaves Paul McCartney to find room to release his latest Archive Collection. Let's hope he releases the double set of London Town & Back to the Egg with the Wings Glasgow '79 concert film thrown in for good measure.
And you thought December '20 was a busy time...