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Paul McCartney and Rick Rubin tease a new documentary

We don’t know when it’ll debut nor do we have a title, but this six-part documentary on the music of Paul McCartney looks fascinating. He and producer Rick Rubin dissect material from both Macca’s time with The Beatles and as a solo performer. Sir Paul also seems to get deep into how instrumentation works within music.

Frank Marshall, who directed the new Bee Gees documentary, How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, is listed as a co-producer. And it looks very stylish in black-and-white.

Here’s a quick 96-second tease.

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