BEA TLES LET IT BE Special Edition 2 DVD set

BEA TLES LET IT BE Special Edition 2 DVD set

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This classic film documentary shows the Beatles hard at work in the studio and ends with the FAMOUS ROOFTOP CONCERT!! AND, like any good party...the cops showed up!! See the FAB FOUR working on songs for what became the albums ABBEY ROAD and LET IT BE. This RARE glimpse into the song writing genius of LENNON/McCARTNEY/HARRISON/STARR is not to be missed!!

 

Track list: disk one

  1. introduction
  2. paul piano intro
  3. don’t let me down
  4. maxwell silver hammer
  5. two of us
  6. I’v got a feeling (1)
  7. I’v got a feeling (2)
  8. oh! Darling
  9. one after 909
  10. jazz piano song
  11. two of us
  12. across the universe
  13. dig a pony
  14. suzy parker
  15. I me mine
  16. for you blue
  17. besame mucho
  18. octopus’s garden (1)
  19. octopus’s garden (2) with Billy Preston
  20. you really got a hold on me
  21. the long and winding road
  22. shake, rattle and roll
  23. medley/jam: Kansas city / miss ann / lawdy miss clawdy
  24. dig it
  25. two of us
  26. let it be

  Track List:disk Two

       Concert on the roof

  1. get back
  2. don’t let me down
  3. I’v got a feeling
  4. one after 909
  5. dig a pony
  6. get back
  7. end credits
  8. Original Theatrical trailer
  9. Outtakes
  10. Two of us Promo clip
  11. For you blue Promo clip
  12. Let it be Promo clip

This region-free DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play on most PS2 systems and DVD Players made since 2000, and comes in a FULL SIZE DVD case, with cover art and track listing.

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4 Stars
Let It Be Review
Quality of the sound and the picture is very good considering it was recorded in 1969. For anyone who has never seen this, it has the Beatles rehearsing in the Studio. Having fun, arguing a bit and then the last concert the Beatles ever performed. On the rooftop during the midday in London. Stopping everyone in their tracks and causing traffic backups. Absolutely wonder.
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