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The Beatles
The Complete Rooftop Concert 1969 - With 'Let It Be' The Film
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1Get Back
2Let It Be #2
3Kansas City
4Stage Settings
5Dig A Pony
6You Really Got A Hold On Me
7Don't Let Me Down
8I Want You
9Camera A Roll 563
10Octopus' Garden
11Old Brown Shoe #1
12Camera B1, Roll II46 - Slate I Various Views
13Don't Let Me Down #3
14Oh Darling
15Old Brown Shoe #2
16Get Back #3
17A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
18Camera B1, Roll II47 - Various Interviews
19I Me Mine
20Camera B1, Roll II48 - Take 3
22Shake Rattle And Roll
23 Movie Film Soundtrack - Apple Building, London UK - January 30 1969
24Let It Be
25Get Back #2
26Dig It
27Get Back #4
28I've Got A Feeling
29Suzy Parker
30Piano Improvisation
31Camera D, Roll 1 Take 3 - Rooftop
32 Movie Trailer
33 'Let It Be' The Movie - Outtakes Sequence
34One After 909
35 Rooftop Sequence
36Get Back #1
37Don't Let Me Down #1
38Camera C - Recordings At Apple Reception Desk
39Camera B1, Roll II49
40Camera D, Roll 3 - Rooftop
41 4 Versions Comparison
42Get Back #5
43One After 909 #2
44 Let It Be - The Movie (No-Timing Version)
45 'Let It Be' The Movie - BBC Widescreen Version
46God Save The Queen
47Improvisation With Yoko
Featuring – Yoko Ono
484 Cameras, 1 Is Wild Camera - A Roll 562 Take 2 - All Cameras Take 3
49Across The Universe
51Motion Picture Trailer
52Dig A Pony #2
53I've Got A Feeling #2
54The Long And Winding Road
55One After 909 #1
56Camera B3, Roll Savile Row Street
57Get Back
58I've Got A Feeling #1
59Old Brown Shoe
60Two Of Us
61Besame Mucho
62Dig A Pony #1
63 Complete Rooftop Concert - Apple Building, London, UK - January 30 1969
64Danny Boy
66Maxwell's Silver Hammer
67Let It Be #1
68Don't Let Me Down #2


  • Recorded At – Apple Studios


On 30 January 1969, the Beatles performed an unannounced concert from the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters at 3 Savile Row, within central London's office and fashion district. Joined by keyboardist Billy Preston, the band played a 42-minute set before the Metropolitan Police asked them to reduce the volume. It ultimately became the final public performance of their career. The rooftop concert is featured in The Beatles last film, Let It Be. This video will be blocked within a few days. 3: is The Beatles - Apple Rooftop Concert 1969 Full Video - YouTube by Roger Jr Dunn on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who. Filmed on 30 January 1969, at the Beatles' rooftop concert at Apple in London. Footage used in the film Let It Be. The Beatles' rooftop concert was the final public performance of the. See full summary . Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg. Let It Be is a filmed documentary of the Beatles rehearsing and recording their new album in 1969. The film culminated with a concert by the group set on the rooftop on their own Apple office building in London's west end. Paul McCartney's concept for the album and film was that it wasn't going to have studio trickery like overdubs and effects. It was back to the roots with the Beatles performing the songs in a natural way. The film and it's accompanying soundtrack was delayed while the Beatles recorded and released their final album Abbey Road. It w. The documentary film Let It Be gives an unparalleled insight into the Beatles getting back to basics at Twickenham and at their own recording studios in Savile Row. It spans two weeks of recording of what was to be their final album, Let It Be. A highlight of the film is their legendary gig on the roof of the Apple Building. The sound of their music attracts hundreds of people in the streets below. The crowd spills over into the streets, blocks traffic, frustrates the police. 1969, Beatles The, Bootleg. Complete rooftop concert. Date : 20011969 Lieu : Apple building rooftop, 3 Saville Row, London Label : Yellow Dog Records Ref. YD 072073 Support : 2 cd Durée : 127:30 mn Source : Soundboard Qualité sonore : 5,510 à 9,510. Liste des titres : CD1 67:51. 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, downhome and everyones favourite name to drop at the time. 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. The album and film were ultimately released in May 1970 as Let It Be, their swan song. Here are 15 little-known facts about the Beatles final bow on the world stage. The most complete of these off-the-cuff performances is an instrumental version of God Save the Queen, played while engineer Alan Parsons changed tape reels. These were little more than jokes, and were never seriously considered for any official release. On a cold day in January 1969, The Beatles, who hadn't played live since 1966, took to the rooftop of the headquarters of Apple Records, located at 3 Savile Row, in central London. And there they played an impromptu last gig, much to the delight of Londoners on nearby rooftops. and to the chagrin of the police. At the time, The Beatles were recording their album, Let It Be, and the rooftop show let them run through various tracks from that last effort. Songs played during the set include Get Back, where the Beatles were accompanied by Billy Preston on the keyboards, and Do. De Beatles houden een onaangekondigd concert op het dak van Apple Studios en spelen een aantal nummers van hun allerlaatste album Let It Be. Als ze niet de Beatles waren zouden ze waarschijnlijk zijn gearresteerd, maar ja, het zijn nou eenmaal muzieklegendes. John, Paul, George en Ringo beginnen met een optreden van het laatste nummer van hun discografie, Get Back. The Beatles - Apple rooftop concert 1969. El concierto forma parte de la revolución musical y como pieza histórica. Existen varias anécdotas del suceso, el cual se le recuerda por el día que la policía inrrumpió en el último concierto por las llamadas de los vecinos aledaños