ROOFTOP:

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Different to their moptop concerts ,george and paul no longer standing next to each other and john in the middle,gives you an idea of what they would have been like in concert in the 1970,s.John being in the middle was clearly trying to curtail paul who was clearly dominating at that time.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great concert,pity they split.

  3. Michael Lantz says:

    I like that picture of the Beatles on the rooftop back in January of 1969.I wish they would have toured in 1969 they might have played the Fillmore West and the Fillmore East.I think that the reason the Beatles did not tour in 1969 because of John and Yoko's drug bust in 1968.I think that John would have problems getting a visa to play in the U.S.

  4. Markzapp says:

    I think the reason that the Beatles did not tour in 1969 is because…what we all know…they had had enough of it all and each other by that time. John especially thought that it was time to move on. Paul DID want the group to perform but the other 3 were so NOT into doing that at that time. John wanted to perform with Yoko by then. ENJOY The Beatles touring years that there were:1963-1966, in photos and recordings.

  5. Anonymous says:

    they performed on the roof because they couldnt be botherd(george and john that is)performing at a venue somewhere.We were lucky to get that.

  6. Michael Lantz says:

    I was listening on youtube to the Beatles working in the studio.I don't believe that myth that the Beatles were at each others throat or that the Let It Be sessions were a disaster.I listen to those guys have so much fun,there is plenty of joking around,laughter,and the likes.When I listen to those sessions I would never know that they were at each others throats.

  7. Debjorgo says:

    I agree, Michael. I think by the time Let It Be was to come out, the
    Beatle had already split. It was a hot topic. The film was cut to show the scenes pertinent to that.

    And who's idea was it to spend the first five minutes of the film setting up the drum kit.

    Let It Be could definitely be cut to be more entertaining. Hell, just show the whole rooftop concert. Then they wouldn't have time to show the fight scenes.

    Really, the only scene I remember was with George and Paul (I'll play whatever you want me to play or I won't play at all).

    Have you heard the Hey Jude version with George playing guitar through it. Not bad, but the released version is better.

  8. Anonymous says:

    i've never heard that version of hey jude and i've looked a long time for it. where can it be heard? thanks, don

  9. Anonymous says:

    I didnt know it exisited,i think you,re pulling our leg.I've heard alot over the years but never george playing on hey jude,even though paul said he did play early on but paul told him to stop,havent heard a recording of it.If it exist give us some proof or confirmation.I,m sure if it existed it might have been released on anthology but never was.

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