Beatles / Let It Be Day By Day In Color Expanded / 3CD+2DVD With Slipcase

Beatles / Let It Be Day By Day In Color Expanded / 3CD+2DVD With Slipcase / Misterclaudel
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Twickenham Film Studios & Apple Studios From January 2 To January 31, 1969. Digitally Remastered

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It is a material of the Beatles with a feeling of boil down considerably, but I am very pleased to present the surprised title to the people of maniac here. It is a set of sound source and image from get back session which included the first appearance video abundantly. In January 1969, the enormous material shot and recorded at Twickenham Film Studio and Apple Studio. Systematic ones were released, but this was not the case for the video. Since many of the sound sources contain a signal to be synchronized with the image of pea, it was predicted that a lot of video material is still left, but until now almost never see the sun’s eyes and fragments The date credit was not enough for the images that I could see in the past, and there was no systematic summary of the video of the get back session. This work is an epoch-making title that can organize the video in order of the date first, and can watch it synchronized with the actual session schedule.

The picture of the Get Back Session was recorded on the premise of a movie. As a result, sessions are held in Twickenham’s Film Studio, not in the recording studio in the first half. While listening to music, you can see the fact that it is a project that focuses on shooting. As you know, the movie is a full-color work, but there are two kinds of flowing images, color and monochrome, that strange things happen. Among the shots I suppose they were shot at the same time at the same place, why the monochrome picture exists, this is originally color was converted to monochrome in the process of leakage, and the contents are also almost dub Rather, it is a mystery just to exist as a completely different picture. This series entitled “LET IT BE DAY BY DAY in color”, “LET IT BE DAY BY DAY in black & white” was entitled to be released separately in color image set and monochrome image set. This work is part of color.

January 2 starts from the scene of recording equipment and instruments. You can see that it is a quick recording place. Also, unlike a closed-door recording studio only in the shooting studio, the wider it is, the season is winter, and the members know that they are wearing the coat worn by the roof top. I can see George Martin. Yoko is also next to me, but she knows silently whether she is not hand-caught.
On January 3rd it is familiar scene where Paul is playing the piano next to the apple sitting. George arrived and talking with apples smilingly on the way. Of course not only the performance scene, but also the setting of the equipment and the scene being adjusted are included. The scene singing “All Things Must Pass” is impressive. It can be said that apples are watching anxious behind the front three who are discussing it also expresses the characteristics and atmosphere of this session.
On January 6th, Paul is singing “Oh Darling” at the piano. A scene of George and Paul’s quarrel is also filmed on this day. The main is the recording of “Do not Let Me Down”.
January 7th is “Get Back” recording. The song is still far from being completed with rough cutting. In the scene of “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” you can also see that Mar Evans is actually ringing a real hammer according to the song. After that it is “Across The Universe” John sings with a very bad feeling. It is the moment when scenes that smile with each other’s eyes are relaxing at the part where John and Paul are haunted.
January 8th is George’s “I Me Mine”. It is also this day that John and Yoko dance waltz according to songs. “Two Of Us” singing with abnormal high tension and “I’ve Got A Feeling” are white eyes. It is impressive that Paul’s big tight figure is the first day. Yoko is smiling and laughing against John’s bad tasteful joke “Queen knows the members of FBI sucking marijuana.”
I tried “Two Of Us” again on January 9. At this point it is still an electric set arrangement.
Yoko’s song is finally appearing on January 10th. With the members of the Beatles deploying an avant-garde jam back, Yoko is Jito alone! John! Jo ~ ~ ~ ~! It is only for shouting. Being a sanctuary called the recording of the Beatles, it is a fearless image of singing behind the Beatles. “Do not Worry Kyoko” is also played. Paul seems to try a variety of experimental things, such as bringing the bass closer to the amplifier and deliberately causing howling.
There is no performance scene on January 13, only the discussion scene. I feel Paul is making a speech by myself, indicating that this project itself is focusing on Paul. You can see the young and pretty Lovely Linda.
January 14 is recorded from a scene where Paul and Ringo are very happy to say hello. The Beatles had lived a night type of life, but at that time it was told that it was in the morning considering the filming staff of the movie (which is why recording at Twickenham was unpopular). That is the evidence Paul and the apples are speaking words full of spirit “yogurt!” Between recordings, John and Yoko are interviewed in the studio for some program.

On January 21, this time again, I’m filming comments with sign language (something else) to be inserted in Stones ‘Rock’n’ Roll Circus, regardless of movies. From this day the filming has been done by moving to Apple studio. From the heartfelt feeling of the home ground, I can hear how it was very relaxing with casual wear.
January 22 is greeted by Billy Preston as a guest player. George was appreciating Billy Preston as he was very saved to alleviate the tension between the members during this period that was not good relations. Some images are listening to rare playbacks by all.
January 23 begins with the attendance scene of the Beatles. A member of the Beatles that appears one after another in Apple Building. This is also a scene dared to be made for the movie again. Paul who lived in the neighbor knew that he was walking and commuting. At Twickenham, it was a bad mood, but here George is obviously listening to Paul’s instructions.
January 24 is a relaxed tempo “Get Back”. On January 25th, “Old Brown Shoe” recording is mainly recorded. George is still singing a beard with 26 years of age and masculinity is full of strength, Paul is a piano, and John plays the guitar on the knee and uses the bottleneck to play that impressive riff. It can be confirmed from the video that Yoko did not leave one time.
On January 26th George is singing “Octopus’s Garden” with an apple while playing Akogi. It seems like only two people practice. This song is a joint credit of four people, but when you see this picture you can see that George actually is the song made by the main. George playing the piano and teaching singing to the apple. What surprising is that apple can also play the piano? Members are appearing in the studio one after another during the practice of the two. George · Martin arrived, John and Yoko arrived, puffed the cigarettes, followed by Paul who entered the studio is bringing Heather. Indeed the painting on the wall is probably written by Heather. I thought that this day I left the original and played in a distraction, many Oldies numbers are being played. I do not have a fun looking John really.
“Get Back” is recorded on January 27. Paul stands up and is recording in live form. The songs are pretty close to the release · version, and it is understood that the keyboard of Billy · Preston is nearly completed including keyboard. You can see Mick Jaggers and others who came to visit the studio.
January 28 is a video confirming playback by everyone. On January 29th Paul and John start with images that are serious discussions. I can see Paul desperately doing the description of this project to John. Because the clapperboard enters, it seems to be a garage for the movie.

And it is finally the day of the rooftop concert on January 30th. Although it is possible to reproduce almost the whole picture by connecting each roll while needing editing, although it knows that there is a video because there is a sound which until now there was no neat thing until now it sees them I could not do until now. In this work, it will be the first title to recreate roof tops with images. It is recorded from the appearance that members come up from the downstairs and stand by. London at the end of January is cloudy and it seems that the wind is strong when you see where John’s hair is coming. At first it gently lights up the riff of “Get Back” in the warm up. Suddenly the sounds that resonate are looking up as people go along. And play “Get Back” twice. In the movie, it is hard to understand that multiple takes are edited by editing, but at the end, “Get Back” has been played three times in a row. To play the same song more than once suggests that this is not a concert but a shoot for a movie to the last. Of course, although it was not complete recording in this work, I want you to pay attention to the fact that it is the longest recorded in the actual order of the songs as the image of the rooftop, including the first appearance.

And January 31st will be the last day of this session. There was only a final day and a completed picture that I played quite well was left. The “Two Of Us”, which was originally played in the electric set, seems to have been judged to be the best in Akogi as eventually recorded here. “The Long And Winding Road” is looking Paul is looking like a camera looking like this. And finally the title song “Let It Be” has also taken three takes on this day. Especially the second take is a streaming image recorded from clapperboard.

As mentioned above, multiple cameras are shot simultaneously for movie shooting, rooftop concerts are the same song, shots from other buildings, behind the members, cameramen lying in front, cameramen from multiple Shots are left. In this work, especially three songs of “Get Back” “Do not Let Me Down” and “I’ve Got A Feeling” where each grouped image is left are recorded so that they can be reproduced and compared at the same time There. Although it is not a roof top, there is also a cut difference with respect to “Besame Mucho”, so it is recorded at the same time. Also, although it is not a multi-image, “Do not Let Me Down” and “Besame Mucho” have different edits, so they are also included here.

This is a working print when editing the film taken by Michael Lindsey Hogg, director of the movie “Let It Be” into the form of a movie. There is a difference between what was finally cut and the audio was also released.
At the end of the disc, images related to “LET IT BE” are recorded. Initially it is a movie trailer. And since the ending telop varies depending on the version of the movie, here are two kinds of endings recorded. The Grammy Award was held on March 16, 1971. The movie “LET IT BE” was awarded the Best Film Music Award, and when Paul attended with Linda on behalf of the Beatles at the award ceremony, it is a picture of the time. At this point the Beatles have already broken up. Because the appearance of the two people is that of Moro 1971, it is extremely spoiled. Next on April 16, 1971, this is the Academy Awards ceremony. Unfortunately members are not present. “ANTHOLOGY ROUGH CUT” is a related image that was included in the working version of the video work Anthology. It is an outflow image in the production stage, and a time code is left in the lower part.

Although the order to introduce was reversed, in this work three CDs are recorded at the same time separately from the image. Up to half of disk 1 and disk 2, the stereo sound source of January 3, 1969 is recorded. As soon as the session began, I still get a distracted impression, but I’ve tried repeated cover tune with less frequent performance and “All Things Must Pass” later on recorded in George’s solo album It is a very interesting day, such as. In rare places it is a song such as “I’m So Tired”, “Ob La Di Ob La Da”, “Back In The USSR” and “Every Little Thing”, songs that I once played at the Beatles, “Gimme Some Truth” There are songs recorded in the album etc.

【CD: RAJIO SHOW】 This is a radio program that was broadcast at the time on March 23, 1970. As you can see from the date, it is broadcast at the time of not selling movies and albums yet. Neither the listener nor the broadcasting station at this time should have noticed that being broadcast at this time is precious different from the actually released take. It is an interesting program to introduce the Beatles’ new album before release including interviews of members of the Beatles, and solo songs already released at this time.

Here is a new era, a special program specializing in “LET IT BE” celebrating the 40th anniversary from the release of the album and movies on May 20, 2010. In this era, the hurdles to turn on air for unreleased songs and unreleased take are coming down, and it contains contents that are exactly special programs, including songs and takes that you could only hear on boot. At this point George ‘s interview and so on were in use.

【’LET IT BE’ DAY BY DAY in color expanded】
From manicia must-do M Claudel · label, it is a valuable collection of images of Get back session in January 1969, which included many first-appearing images. Moreover, because it is recorded in the order of the date, it is made with high material value. Until now, there are many sound sources, almost all of them are spilling out, but this was a lonely situation as it became a picture. This work is a must-see picture to solve such a situation. I am confident that this work will be accepted into mania with surprise in the circumstances surrounding the material of the Beatles which was hard to come out first appearance sound source or video. Permanent preservation of a beautiful picture / disk specification A tightly pressed board. Slip case included.



ゲット・バック・セッションの映像は、映画を前提として収録されたものである。そのため前半はレコーディング・スタジオではなくトウィッケンナムのフィルム・スタジオでセッションが行なわれている。音楽もさることながら、撮影に重点を置いたものである企画であるという事実が伺える。ご存知の通り映画は全編カラー作品であるが、不思議な事に流出映像はカラーとモノクロの2種類が存在する。同じ時に同じ場所で撮影されたと思しきショットもある中で、何故モノクロ映像が存在するのか、これは本来カラーであったものが流出の過程でモノクロに変換されたものなのか、そして内容もほとんどダブらず、まったく別の映像として存在するだけに謎である。本シリーズは、「LET IT BE DAY BY DAY in color」「LET IT BE DAY BY DAY in black & white」と題し、カラー映像セットとモノクロ映像セットでわけてリリースされることになった。本作はカラーの部である。

1月3日はリンゴが座っている横でポールがピアノを弾いているお馴染みのシーンである。途中ジョージが到着してリンゴとにっこり笑いながら話している。演奏シーンももちろんだが、機材のセッティングや調整しているシーンも含まれている。「All Things Must Pass」を歌っているシーンが印象的である。フロントの3人がディスカッションをしているのを後ろでリンゴが不安そうに見ているのも、このセッションの特徴や雰囲気を表しているといえよう。
1月6日、ポールはピアノで「Oh Darling」を歌っているシーン。ジョージとポールの口論のシーンもこの日に撮影されている。メインは「Don’t Let Me Down」のレコーディングの様子である。
1月7日は「Get Back」のレコーディングである。まだ粗削りで曲は完成に程遠い感じである。「Maxwell’s Silver Hammer」のシーンではマル・エバンスが曲に合わせて実際に本物のハンマーを鳴らしているのも確認できる。その後はジョンが非常に気怠い感じで歌う「Across The Universe」である。ジョンとポールがハモる部分でお互い目を合わせにっこりするシーンがホッとする瞬間である。
1月8日はジョージの「I Me Mine」である。ジョンとヨーコが曲に合わせワルツを踊るのもこの日である。異常なハイテンションで歌う「Two Of Us」と「I’ve Got A Feeling」が白眉。この日はポールの大ハリキリぶりが印象的である。ジョンの悪趣味なジョーク「女王様はマリファナを吸っているFBIのメンバーを知っている」に対しヨーコがウケて笑っている。
1月9日は再び「Two Of Us」にトライしている。この時点ではまだエレクトリック・セットのアレンジである。
1月10日はいよいよヨーコの歌が登場である。前衛的なジャムを展開するビートルズのメンバーをバックに、ヨーコがひたすらジョン!ジョン!ジョ~~~~ン!と叫ぶだけのものである。ビートルズのレコーディングという聖域に入り、あろうことかビートルズをバックに歌うという恐れ知らずな映像である。「Don’t Worry Kyoko」も演奏される。途中ポールはベースをアンプに近付かせ、わざとハウリングをおこさせるなど、いろいろ実験的な事を試しているようだ。

1月21日は、これまた映画とは関係なく、ストーンズの『Rock’n’ Roll Circus』に挿入する手話(的なもの)を交えたコメントを撮影している。この日から撮影はアップル・スタジオに移動して行なわれている。ホーム・グラウンドの心安さからか、普段着で非常にリラックスした様子が伺える。
1月24日はゆったりとしたテンポの「Get Back」である。1月25日は「Old Brown Shoe」のレコーディングがメインで収録されている。まだ26歳と男っぷりが全盛の髭をたくわえたジョージが歌うバックで、ポールはピアノ、そしてジョンはギターを膝の上に置いてボトルネックを使い、あの印象的なリフを奏でている。ヨーコが片時も離れなかったといのが映像からも確認できる。
1月26日はジョージがアコギを弾きながらリンゴと一緒に「Octopus’s Garden」を歌っている。二人だけの練習のようだ。この曲は4人の連名クレジットだが、この映像を見ると実質的にジョージがメインで作った曲だというのがわかる。ジョージがピアノを弾きながらリンゴに歌唱指導をしている。意外だったのはリンゴもピアノが弾けるという点であろうか。二人の練習中に次々とメンバーがスタジオに現れている。ジョージ・マーティンが到着し、ジョンとヨーコは到着するなりタバコをふかし、続いてスタジオ入りしたポールはヘザーちゃんを連れてきている。なるほど壁に貼ってある絵はヘザーちゃんが書いたものなのだろう。この日はオリジナルから離れ、気晴らしに演奏したと思しきオールディーズ・ナンバーが数多く演奏されている。ジョンの実に楽しそうな顔ったらない。
1月27日は「Get Back」が収録されている。ポールが立ってライヴ形式でレコーディングされている。曲はかなりリリース・バージョンに近く、ビリー・プレストンのキーボードも含めほぼ完成しているのがわかる。スタジオに見学に来たミックジャガーらの姿も見える。

そしていよいよ1月30日ルーフトップ・コンサートの日である。音は編集が必要ながら各ロールを繋げればほぼ全貌が再現できるが、こと映像となると今まできちんとしたものが存在しなかった音はあるので映像もあることはわかっていたが、それらを見る事は今まで出来なかった。本作では、まさに映像でルーフトップを再現する初めてのタイトルとなるだろう。メンバーが階下から上がって来てスタンバイする様子から収録されている。1月末のロンドンは曇り空でジョンの髪が靡くところを見ると風も強いようだ。最初はウォームアップで「Get Back」のリフを軽く音出しである。突如鳴り響いた音に道行く人たちは何事かと見上げている。そして2度「Get Back」を演奏する。映画では複数のテイクが編集により繋げられていてわかりづらいのだが、さらに最後にもう一度、「Get Back」は都合3回演奏されている。同じ曲を複数回演奏するということは、これがコンサートではなく、あくまで映画のための撮影であることを示唆している。もちろん本作でも完全収録とはならなかったものの、初登場部分を含め、ルーフトップの映像としては初めて、実際の曲順で最長収録している点に注目して欲しい。

そして1月31日がこのセッションの最終日となる。最終日だけあってかなりしっかり演奏した完成された映像が残されている。当初はエレクトリック・セットで演奏されていた「Two Of Us」は、結局ここに収録されているようにアコギでの演奏がベストと判断されたようだ。「The Long And Winding Road」は見てるこちらが照れてしまうようなカメラ目線のポールである。そして最終的にタイトル曲となった「Let It Be」はこの日3テイクも撮影されている。特に2テイク目はカチンコから収録という流出映像である。

前述の通り、映画撮影のために同時に複数台カメラがまわされており、ルーフトップ・コンサートは同じ曲でも、他のビルからのショット、メンバーの後ろ、そして正面で寝そべっているカメラマン、複数からのショットが残されている。本作では特にそれぞれまとまった映像が残されている「Get Back」「Don’t Let Me Down」「I’ve Got A Feeling」の3曲について、同時に再生して見比べる事が出来るように収録してある。またルーフトップではないが、「Besame Mucho」に関してもカット違いがあるので、同時に収録してある。また、マルチ映像ではないが、「Don’t Let Me Down」と「Besame Mucho」には別編集のものがあるので、こちらも収録されている。


ディスクの最後には、「LET IT BE」関連の映像が収録されている。最初は映画のトレイラー。そして映画のバージョンによってエンディングのテロップが異なるため、ここではその2種類のエンディングをそれぞれ収録してある。グラミー賞は1971年3月16日に行なわれたものである。映画「LET IT BE」が最優秀映画音楽賞を受賞することとなり、その受賞式にビートルズを代表してポールがリンダを同伴して出席した時の映像である。この時点で既にビートルズは解散している。二人の容姿がモロ1971年のそれなので非常に萌えてしまう。続いて1971年4月16日、こちらはアカデミー賞の授賞式である。残念ながらメンバーは出席していない。「ANTHOLOGY ROUGH CUT」は、映像作品アンソロジーのワーキング・バージョンに収録されていた関連映像。製作段階の流出映像で、下部にタイムコードが残っている。

紹介する順序が逆になってしまったが、本作には映像とは別に3枚のCDが同時に収録されている。ディスク1とディスク2の半分までは、1969年1月3日のステレオ音源が収録されている。セッションが始まって間もないため、まだ散漫な印象を受けるが、演奏頻度が少ないカバー曲や、後にジョージのソロ・アルバムに収録される「All Things Must Pass」を何度も繰り返しトライしているなど、かなり興味深い日である。珍しいところでは「I’m So Tired」「Ob La Di Ob La Da」「Back In The U.S.S.R.」や「Every Little Thing」といったかつてビートルズで演奏した事のある曲、「Gimme Some Truth」といった後にソロ・アルバムに収録される曲などがある。

【CD : RAJIO SHOW】 こちらは1970年3月23日に当時放送されたラジオ番組である。日付を見てわかる通り、まだ映画もアルバムも未発売の時期での放送である。この時点ではリスナーも放送局も、この時放送されたのが実際にリリースされたテイクと異なる貴重なものだと気付いた人はいなかったはずである。ビートルズのメンバーのインタビュー、そしてこの時点で既にリリースされていたソロの曲などを交え、発売前のビートルズのニューアルバムを紹介する興味深いプログラムとなっている。

こちらはぐっと時代が新しくなり、2010年5月20日、アルバムと映画の発表から40周年を記念した「LET IT BE」に特化した特別プログラムである。この時代になると未発表曲や未発表テイクをオンエアするハードルが下がってきており、ブートでしか聴けなかった曲やテイクを盛り込んだ、まさに特別番組に相応しい内容となっている。この時点では鬼籍に入っていたジョージのインタビューなども使用されている。

【’LET IT BE’ DAY BY DAY in color expanded】

January 3, 1969
01. Piccaso
02. Taking A Trip To Carolina
03. All Shook Up
04. Your True Love
05. Blue Suede Shoes
06. Three Cool Cats
07. Blowin’ In The Wind
08. Lucille
09. I’m So Tired
10. Ob La Di Ob La Da
11. Don’t Let Me Down
12. I’ve Got A Feeling #1
13. I’ve Got A Feeling #2
14. One After 909 #1
15. One After 909 #2
16. I’ll wait Until Tomorrow
17. The Hippy Hippy Shake
18. Two Of Us #1
19. Two Of Us #2
20. Two Of Us #3
21. Two Of Us #4
22. Two Of Us #5
23. Short Fat Fanny
24. The Midnight Special
25. Gimme Some Truth
26. All Things Must Pass #1
27. All Things Must Pass #2
28. All Things Must Pass #3
29. All Things Must Pass #4
30. All Things Must Pass #5
31. All Things Must Pass #6

January 3, 1969
01. All Things Must Pass #7
02. All Things Must Pass #8
03. All Things Must Pass #9
04. Back In the USSR
05. Every Little Thing
06. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer #1
07. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer #2
08. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer #3
09. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer #4

RADIO SHOW May 23, 1970
10. Let It Be / Paul talks
11. My Bonnie / John talks
12. Dig It / John talks
13. The Balld Of John & Yoko / Paul & Ringo talk
14. Golden Slumbers / Paul talks
15. Whispering Grass / Ringo talks
16. Act Naturally / John talks
17. Instant Karma / John talks
18. Govinda / George talks
19. For You Blue / George talks
20. I Me Mine / George talks
21. The Long And Winding Road / George talks
22. Get Back / George talks
23. Let it Be finale

01. Introduction / Let it Be
02. Get Back Rooftop Concert / Paul McCartney
03. Early Live Shows / John Lennon / Let it Be Sessions
04. Two of Us / John & Yoko / Paul McCartney
05. Across The Universe / George Harrison / Dialogue
06. I Me Mine / Dialogue
07. Let it Be / Paul McCartney
08. Dig A Pony / Paul McCartney
09. Shake, Rattle And Roll / Blue Suede Shoes
10. I’ve Got A Feeling / Dialogue / Can You Dig It
11. Get Back / Paul McCartney
12. Don’t Let Me Down / Session Dialogue
13. For You Blue
14. One After 909 / Paul McCartney
15. Mailman Bring Me No More Blues
16. The Long And Winding Road / Finale

Twickenham Film Studios 1969
January 2, 1969
Opening Take 1
Opening Take 2
Don’t Let Me Down
Johnny B Good / I’ve Got A Feeling #1
I’ve Got A Feeling #2
Two Of Us

January 3, 1969
Paul’s Piano Intro
Don’t Let Me Down
Electric Shocks
All Things Must Pass
Maxwell’s Silver Hammer

January 6, 1969
Oh Darling
Just Fun / One After 909 Chat
Don’t Let Me Down #1
Don’t Let Me Down #2
Paul & George Discussion
Two Of Us

January 7, 1969
Get Back
Maxwell’s Silver Hammer
Across The Universe
Dig A Pony

January 8, 1969
I Me Mine #1
Two Of Us
I’ve Got A Feeling #1
I’ve Got A Feeling #2
I Me Mine #2
I Me Mine #3
You Win Again

January 9, 1969
Two Of Us
Suzy Parker
I’ve Got A Feeling #1
I’ve Got A Feeling #2
I’ve Got A Feeling #3
One After 909
Get Back

January 10, 1969
Get Back
Jamming With Yoko #1
Jamming With Yoko #2

January 13, 1969

January 14, 1969
Piano Boogie Song
John Lennon Interview

Apple Studios, Savile Row
January 21, 1969
John’s message for the Rolling Stones
You’re My Sunshine
Dig A Pony
Don’t Let Me Down
Control Room

January 22, 1969
Don’t Let Me Down
Billy Preston Arrives
I’ve Got A Feeling
Control Room

January 23, 1969
Get Back

January 24, 1969
Get Back
Teddy Boy / Control Room

January 25, 1969
For You Blue #1
For You Blue #2
Control Room

January 26, 1969
Octopus’s Garden
Jamming With Heather
You Really Got A Hold On Me
The Long And Winding Road #1
The Long And Winding Road #2
Rip It Up ? Shake Rattle And Roll
Kansas City ? Miss Ann
Lawdy Miss Clawdy
Dig It

January 27, 1969
Get Back
I’ve Got A Feeling

January 28, 1969
Control Room
Dialogue & Jam

January 29, 1969
Rooftop Dialogue
Besame Mucho

January 30, 1969
Rooftop Concert
Stage Setting
Get Back warm up
Get Back #1
Get Back #2
Don’t Let Me Down #1
I’ve Got A Feeling #1
One After 909 rehearsal
One After 909
Danny Boy
Dig A Pony False Start
Dig A Pony
God Save The Queen
I’ve Got A Feeling #2 partial
A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
Get Back mistake
Don’t Let Me Down #2
Get Back #3

January 31
01. Two of Us
02. The Long and Winding Road
03. Let it Be Take 22
04. Let it Be Take 23
05. Let It Be Take 27a
06. Let it Be Take 27b

07. Get Back #1 : Camera One, Two and Three
08. Get Back #2 : Angle One and Two, Camera One and Two
09. Get Back #3 : Camera One and Two
10. Get Back #4 : RAW VIDEOS vs LET IT BE FILM
11. Don’t Let Me Down #1 : CAMERA A vs CAMERA B
12. Don’t Let Me Down #2 : RAW VIDEOS vs LET IT BE FILM
13. I’ve Got A Feeling : RAW VIDEOS vs LET IT BE FILM
14. Besame Mucho : RAW VIDEOS vs LET IT BE FILM

15. Don’t Let Me Down film version
16. Besame Mucho un-edited

17. One After 909
18. Don’t Let Me Down
19. Two Of Us
20. The Long And Winding Road
21. Let It Be

22. Let it Be Movie Trailer
23. Original Film End 1970
24. Unreleased Apple Master End 1992
25. The Grammy Awards March 16, 1971
26. Academy Awards April 16, 1971
27. Anthology Rough Cut
28. BBC On the Record
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