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In January, 1969, virtually every moment of The Beatles' rehearsals and recording sessions were captured on audio tape as part of the project that ultimately became the film "Let It B. For the first part of the month, at Twickenham Film Studios in London, The Beatles' performances were only preserved on small 16 minute long mono tapes (known as "Nagra" reels) that were recorded for use as the film soundtrack

First issued on 26th September, 1969 Abbey Road was the final Beatles album to be recorded but not their last to be released. Let It Be, though mainly recorded in January, 1969 was finally released in May, 1970 alongside the film of the same name. Following the 'live' nature of the "Let It Be" recordings, for Abbey Road, The Beatles returned to the North London studios to create carefully crafted recordings with ambitious musical arrangements. For the first time on a Beatles album, the front cover contained neither the group's name nor the album title just that iconic photograph taken on the zebra crossing near the entrance to the studios in London NW8 in August 1969. Abbey Road entered the British album chart at n. in October and stayed there for a total of seventeen of its 81 weeks in the chart. In the US, it spent eleven weeks at during its initial chart stay of 83 weeks.

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

Just as Ringo Starr had temporarily quit The Beatles in August 1968, George Harrison walked out on this day, unable to tolerate any longer the tensions within the group. The sixth day of the Get Back/Let It Be sessions began with Paul McCartney working alone on a number of songs. Get Back/Let It Be sessions: day five. Sunday 9 September 2018.

Arguably, the most recognisable album cover in pop music history and certainly the most parodied, The Beatles’ Abbey Road album still draws fans to the road forty four years after the photo was taken. But how did this iconic image come about? We put on our sleuthing hats to find out. The result of this detective work, eleven little known nuggets of knowledge and five fantastic behind the scenes photos. 1. The album’s working title was Everest, named after the cigarettes that sound engineer Geoff Emerick smoked. This action became one of the ‘clues’ in the Paul Is Dead myth, which began in September 1969. 6. During shots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 the group were walking out of step. However, the fifth shot was perfect, and it was this, which was selected by Paul McCartney for the album. 7. It’s the only original UK Beatles album sleeve to show neither the artist name nor the album title on its front cover.

The Abbey Road Medley is on the second side of The Beatles' album, Abbey Road. The Beatles revealed that they created the medley to "use up" several previously incomplete songs. All the songs are in different keys and styles and all written by different composers to cover almost the entire B-side of Abbey Road. Because . You Never Give Me Your Money. Polythene Pam . She Came in Through the Bathroom Window .

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Get Back Sessions from Camera A and B Rolls for January 26, 1969 - Part 1
1-1 Roll Announcement 0:13
1-2 Dialogue 2:14
1-3 Isn't It A Pity 2:33
1-4 Windows, Windows 2:26
1-5 Let It Down 1:15
1-6 Let It Down 0:46
1-7 Octopus's Garden 10:07
1-8 Octopus's Garden 1:45
1-9 Octopus's Garden 0:58
1-10 Octopus's Garden 1:56
1-11 Unknown 0:36
1-12 Octopus's Garden 4:03
1-13 Little Piece Of Leather 0:31
1-14 Two Of Us 1:03
1-15 Dig A Pony 0:34
1-16 Octopus's Garden 1:15
1-17 Octopus's Garden 1:40
1-18 Octopus's Garden 9:00
1-19 Octopus's Garden 2:30
1-20 For You Blue 2:58
1-21 For You Blue 1:44
1-22 For You Blue 4:40
1-23 For You Blue 3:19
1-24 For You Blue 4:01
1-25 Let It Be 4:14
1-26 Let It Be 3:56
Get Back Sessions from Camera A and B Rolls for January 26, 1969 - Part 2
2-1 Dialogue 0:39
2-2 Let It Be 3:45
2-3 It Was So Blue 0:40
2-4 High School Confidential 1:19
2-5 Great Balls Of Fire 2:22
2-6 Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying 2:40
2-7 Let It Be 0:19
2-8 I Left My Home In The World 0:29
2-9 I Left My Home In The World 1:18
2-10 Let It Be 13:57
2-11 Improvisation 0:30
2-12 Suicide 0:46
2-13 Let It Be 0:58
2-14 Let It Be 2:26
2-15 Let It Be 1:12
2-16 Let It Be 2:03
2-17 Let It Be 1:42
2-18 Let It Be 3:27
2-19 Let It Be 2:34
2-20 Let It Be 1:48
2-21 Let It Be 4:32
2-22 Let It Be 4:11
2-23 Let It Be 1:33
2-24 Let It Be 1:22
2-25 Let It Be 4:33
2-26 Let It Be 3:43
2-27 Dialogue 2:48
2-28 Improvisation 1:04
2-29 Let It Be 1:06
2-30 Let It Be 3:59
2-31 Let It Be 1:56
2-32 Let It Be 1:39

Notes

Get Back Sessions from Camera A and B Rolls for January 26, 1969.