McCartney did not believe Yoko Ono is to blame for the breakup of The Beatles

McCartney did not believe Yoko Ono is to blame for the breakup of The BeatlesPaul McCartney stated that he does not blame Yoko Ono for the breakup of The Beatles. This writes The Guardian.According to McCartney, the group was falling apart and so". Moreover, McCartney even said that communication with It has a positive impact on the work of Lennon. "The appeal of Yoko explained including its avant-garde view of things. She showed him [John Lennon] that you can be different, and he liked it," said McCartney.The contractor acknowledges that he was unhappy with the presence of Yoko Ono on Studio sessions. In addition, McCartney stated that the conflicts within The Beatles arose due to the influence of Allen Klein, a businessman, who was the Manager of the group in the late 1960s.the 12th and last Studio album "Let It Be" by The Beatles was released in may 1970. In the same year the group disbanded. McCartney noted that the collapse of the team was "not so painful" because The Beatles have left behind a significant amount of recorded material.The full interview, in which McCartney talks about his relationship to Yoko Ono, Allen Klein and the breakup of The Beatles, will be shown in the TV show, the David frost in November. Source: McCartney thinks Yoko Ono is to blame for the breakup of The Beatles.



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