See, it’s stuff like this that makes me love Paul and how down to earth he is. Remarkable really, when you consider how famous he is.
I’ve only seen snippets. But 2 moments blew me away for different reasons. First was Paul and Ringo sitting there and you here Paul say, “and then there were two.” - with Ringo appearing to tear up. And second, this . . .
I think Rick Beato said it best. They go into the studio every day, like most people would go into an office to do their job. They arrive in the morning, eat some toast, pick up their instruments and like you said, they are constantly trying stuff. They get stuck, move onto something else, then come back to it. They break for lunch, come back, do more of the same, then go home. Lennon then comes in the next day, with new songs and new lyrics. So cool to watch.The way they evolve their ideas on the fly is so cool. Constantly iterating and trying stuff, lots of which doesn't stick, but they just keep going. Paul on rhythm guitar/bass to get an idea across, to himself and to the others, improvised harmonies, everything.