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Turns out Yoko Ono wasn’t to blame after all – Ringo Starr admits the wind was the reason the Beatles didn’t want to be trapped in the Yellow Submarine together
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The Fab Four had problems long before they parted company…
Drummer Ringo Starr talked about how pop legends used to accuse each other of being windy when they performed together.
Ringo revealed – verbally – about it after being shown a clip from Peter Jackson’s Let It Be documentary on Apple TV.
Back in 1969 Ringo, now 81, allegedly admitted that he let someone fly during a band meeting.
After watching his confession replayed on American television, Ringo confided: “We learned that when we were in a band, when we were starting out, if someone shut up, silent, they will try and leave.”
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“It caused terrible trouble,” recalls Ringo. (Each of us will say) ‘it’s not me – it’s you!’ It comes to blow”.
Laughing TV host Jimmy Kimmel joked: “So it wasn’t Yoko that split the band. Is that just gas? ,’ Ringo replied, ‘No, it’s a fart. ”
He added that friends will eventually own who is responsible and Let It Be, explaining: “You just say it and things calm down.”
When asked who is the strongest of the Beatle, Ringo chuckles and diplomatically says: “Paul…. I have to say that because the other two aren’t with us.”
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