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By daggerwell @ 2007-01-14 16:46:25
The Rooftop Concert

The final live performance by the band, recorded (and filmed) on January 30, 1969 on top of the Apple Building at 3 Savile Row, London. The full performance included the following songs: "Get Back #1", "Get Back #2", "Don't Let Me Down #1", "I've Got A Feeling #1", "One After 909", "Dig A Pony", "God Save The Queen" (which has surfaced on the German bootleg On the Rooftop), "I've Got A Feeling #2", "Don't Let Me Down #2", and "Get Back #3". Portions of this concert were seen in the Let It Be film. Three tracks of this session, namely "I Dig A Pony", "I've Got a Feeling" and "One After 909", were used by Phil Spector to compile the Beatles' final album to be released, Let It Be.

The individual solo careers of each Beatle have also spawned a countless number of bootlegs of live shows, studio outtakes and demos.

With the advent of DVD-Rs, the world of video bootlegs has begun to catch up with Beatles bootleg collectors.

File sharing (both audio and video), and the ready availability of cheap CD writing equipment, has largely signalled the demise of the for-profit bootlegging industry. Most bootlegs are now circulated between fans on the internet.
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@ 2007-01-14 17:51:16
Got a "More Info" link?
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@ 2007-01-14 18:37:33
The Rooftop Concert

The final live performance by the band, recorded (and filmed) on January 30, 1969 on top of the Apple Building at 3 Savile Row, London. The full performance included the following songs: "Get Back #1", "Get Back #2", "Don't Let Me Down #1", "I've Got A Feeling #1", "One After 909", "Dig A Pony", "God Save The Queen" (which has surfaced on the German bootleg On the Rooftop), "I've Got A Feeling #2", "Don't Let Me Down #2", and "Get Back #3". Portions of this concert were seen in the Let It Be film. Three tracks of this session, namely "I Dig A Pony", "I've Got a Feeling" and "One After 909", were used by Phil Spector to compile the Beatles' final album to be released, Let It Be.

The individual solo careers of each Beatle have also spawned a countless number of bootlegs of live shows, studio outtakes and demos.

With the advent of DVD-Rs, the world of video bootlegs has begun to catch up with Beatles bootleg collectors.

File sharing (both audio and video), and the ready availability of cheap CD writing equipment, has largely signalled the demise of the for-profit bootlegging industry. Most bootlegs are now circulated between fans on the internet.
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@ 2007-01-14 21:22:01
The powers that be might release the entire movie on DVD some day but it hasn't happened yet. Nice to see the concert though...thanks gamma.
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@ 2007-01-15 07:23:39
Welcome to VGT! You're off to a great start.
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@ 2009-01-02 03:21:52
Incredible sensations, now in January 2009, hearing this concert... We're young boys, just the Paul McCartney song 1997...
Happy and Bright New Year, World!
Giuseppe Pilone
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@ 2010-04-17 17:27:18
it is funny - many people don't notice billy preston playing electric piano with the lads for the last concert. they had a great sound. some kind of fusion of psychedelic blues , jazz and country . . . i don't know. it was a great way to say goodbye and another reunion would have simply watered down the output in total. since then rock has not progressed much. still verse, chorus with a back beat.