Dont Let Me Down - The Beatles - Beginning Of The End (Volume 03) (CD)

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  1. "Don't Let Me Down" (take two) "Get Back" (take three) The first performance of "I've Got a Feeling" and the recordings of "One After " and "Dig a Pony" were later used for the album Let It Be. In , a "rooftop" version of "Get Back", which was the last song of the Beatles' final live performance, was included in Anthology 3.
  2. Mar 03,  · "Don't Let Me Down" was recorded at the same Apple Studios sessions that produced the a-side of this single, "Get Back," but was also rehearsed on January , , , and , and also performed during the "rooftop concert" on the roof of Apple Studios on January
  3. Jan 30,  · They had stopped touring in , but on Jan. 30, , they made history atop the Apple Corps office building in London’s garment district.
  4. THE BEATLES 'Get Back / Don't Let Me Down' 2-track UK 3" Mini CD Single on Parlophone Records featuring Get Back, and Don't Let Me Down. Housed in a mini gate-fold picture card sleeve inside of a plastic blister pack.5/5(1).
  5. Print and download Don't Let Me Down sheet music by The Beatles. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Chords in C Major. SKU: MN
  6. Released in April to tease what was supposed to be a new album (a new album which wouldn't materialize for another year, and would be released in the shadow of a completely different record), the "Get Back/Don't Let Me Down" single was the first glimpse people got into the acrimonious Let It Be sessions. Both songs had been debuted publicly at the Beatles' Rooftop performance in January.
  7. "Don't Let Me Down" was one of the Beatles' most powerful love songs, used for the B-side of "Get Back," and fairly popular on its own merit, reaching the Top 40 under its own steam. The principal composer for this outing was lead singer John Lennon, who delivered one of his most soulful vocals ever for the track: a vocal that conveyed soulful.
  8. "Don't Let Me Down" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, recorded in during the Let It Be sessions. It was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon– band recorded the song with Billy Preston; the single release with "Get Back" was credited to "the Beatles A-side: "Get Back".

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