In a new interview with Talk Is Jericho, the renowned producer Rick Rubin has touched on his collaboration with The Beatles star Paul McCartney and said that he never listens to his band’s records.
during a recent online appearance, the producer has talked about Paul McCartney and his current viewpoint on his former band The Beatles‘ records. The producer stated that Paul McCartney never listens to The Beatles records.
“I have endless questions, and when we heard the tracks individually together, it sparked memories in him that he hadn’t thought about,” he said.
“If you think about it, there’s no reason – I don’t know if you ever go back and watch your old [wrestling] matches but I never go back and look at anything I worked on.
“I might hear it somewhere at a party, I’ll recognize I produced that song, but I don’t go back and listen to my old work, as I’m always making new work.
“And same with Paul – he has no reason to go back and listen to it unless maybe he’s going to go on tour and he’s teaching the band a song they haven’t played before, they listen to it together, but he’s never analyzed the tracks, that’s why. Why would he ever do it?
“This was also the first time that the master recordings ever left Abbey Road in history, so that was a big deal.
“We were listening to the individual tracks, and I could see his surprise, and again, we take it for granted because it’s The Beatles, and he was there in the room, but even for him now looking back, it’s miraculous – he is miraculous.”
Paul McCartney‘s McCartney 3,2,1 original documentary music series had originally released on July 16, 2021.
In the six-episode documentary, Paul McCartney was chatting with the producer Rick Rubin to discuss his legendary The Beatles career. They also discussed in the six-episode documentary that how he’s been rocking the stage for more than 50 years.