Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Let It Be Rehersals - The Complete Rooftop concert

Hey guys. I haven't updated this blog in a while, so I figured I should pull myself together and update it, so here we go.
Today we're checking out some more stuff from the let it be/get back session, we saw Kum Back in an earlier post.
The name of the album we're checking out today is Let It Be Rehearsals vol. 1 (The Complete Rooftop Concert) and it contains the full rooftop concert (what a surprise!) and some other stuff from the let it be session.

Now let me just get one thing clear here, why is it called the complete rooftop concert? Well, you see, in the Let It Be film we see the rooftop concert, what is left out from the film is one more performance of Don't Let Me Down and I've Got A Feeling, plus another go on Get Back, which is played in the very end of the film, when the cops arrive to shut down the show, as far as I remember we don't see the whole last Get Back performance.
So, we have the rooftop concert from the film plus 1x I've Got A Feeling, 1x Get back and 1x Don't Let Me Down. This makes up the first nine tracks of the album.

Furthermore, we have the full recording of The Walk, which we saw a small part of on Kum Back. A take of Oh! Darling, apparently before it was an awesome track, and we see Maxwell's Silver Hammer, which sounds pretty identical to the clip of it we see in the Let It Be film. These two tracks will, obviously, later appear on the Abbey Road album. Another Abbey Road track we see are She Came In Through The Bathroom window.

Two Of Us appear in the rocking-style, as seen in the Let It Be film, before it was turned acoustic.

Hope you will enjoy this, the rooftop concert is obviously awesome and two of us sounds kinda neat in the rocker version, so I highly recommend that you give this a download.

http://www.mediafire.com/?2xyf2aklz9nevqq

Cheers

20 comments:

  1. :O I had no idea this 'gig' was ever recorded

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  2. I've only heard about the concert, but never seen/heard it myself. Thanks.

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  3. u gived me idea i go listen to them now

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  4. I'll listen it, thanks i love Rock too ;)

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  5. nice nice nice thanks for link

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  6. Definitely very cool. I love the Beatles. I like when Paul McCartney appeared on Letterman and did his rooftop concert at the Ed Sullivan theatre.

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  7. Wow, they sound pretty neat. Thanks for the tip.

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  8. I'll have a look into it, thanks for the link buddy!

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  9. very nice, will have to download.

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  10. thanks for the post, i haven't heard the beatles in ages!!

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  11. Sweet, will download when I get home.

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