Beatles, The - The Rooftop Concert album flac
- Album: The Rooftop Concert
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- Released: 2009
- Style: Classic Rock
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The first release of all the sound captured by all the cameras filming the Apple rooftop concert of January 30, 1969. Some are on the roof, others are down in Savile Row, taking reaction.
The Beatles' rooftop concert was the final public performance of the English rock band the Beatles. On 30 January 1969, the band, with keyboardist Billy Preston, surprised a central London office and fashion district with an impromptu concert from the roof of the headquarters of the band's multimedia corporation Apple Corps at 3 Savile Row. In a 42-minute set, the Beatles played nine takes of five songs before the Metropolitan Police asked them to reduce the volume
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The Beatles‘ rooftop concert was the climax of a project originally titled Get Back. It was conceived as exactly that, a return to their rock roots in a desperate effort to restore unity when business and personal chaos threatened to destroy the band. A documentary crew filmed the Beatles rehearsing and recording new material for an honest album, free from the studio wizardry that had dominated their recent work. The experience pushed the group to the point of disintegration, but they needed an end to the film. Although Abbey Road was the final album to be recorded by the four Beatles, Let It Be was the last to be issued in May 1970, weeks after the group’s split made headlines around the world. The black-trimmed cover gave it funereal quality, and fans anxiously studied to the parting message from the foursome that defined the Sixties.
The Beatles 'The Complete Rooftop Concert' (1998 RT : RT1) Roof of the Apple Studios building Savile Row, London, England Thursday January 30th, 1969. CD Booklet Notes: The Beatles were going to make a documentary film of themselves producing a TV show and writing a bunch of new songs for their next album, which was to be a return to their roots of the rocking days. This was probably inspired by the emergence of The Band, straightforward, down home and everyone's favourite name to drop at the time.
The Beatles' rooftop show began at around midday. The timing coincided with the lunch hour of many nearby workplaces, which led to crowds quickly forming. Although few people could see them, crowds gathered in the streets below to hear The Beatles play. I once saw most of the rooftop concert on YouTube and haven’t been able to find it since except for Don’t Let Me Down and Get Back. I wonder where I can find it again.
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