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Desc:A poignant artistic statement
Category:Arts, Classic TV Clips
Tags:beatles, john lennon, paul mccartney, George Harrison, ringo starr
Submitted:Dinkin Flicka
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Comment count is 9
Huskerdu324 - 2009-06-16
Really just makes you remember how great this band can be.
Stopheles - 2009-06-16
The version of "I've Got a Feeling" on this is probably my favorite Beatles recording. A band could base its entire sound on analyzing what the Beatles did while playing that song, and they'd end up being a pretty damned good band.
Keefu - 2009-06-16
This is probably one of the last times they had fun being the Beatles.

Factually, it's their last "live" performance ever.

5 extra stars for "Don't Let Me Down" which is one of my favorite underrated Beatles songs ever.

Keefu - 2009-06-16
Even more extra stars for Paul's "You've been playing on the roofs again" ad-lib and John's "I hope we pass the audition" in the later videos.

Dinkin Flicka - 2009-06-17
I submitted the other parts... I hope they get voted. I never submitted a multi-part before, I don't know if there's a trick to it besides submitting all the parts and letting people vote them up...

Keefu - 2009-06-17
Sometimes multi-submit works. Sometimes it doesn't.

StanleyPain - 2009-06-17
Someone joked on the Beatles Rockband video that this should be the last level of the game.

Judging from the gameplay footage, it is.
Lothy - 2009-06-17
Needs the Billy Preston tag.
sparklefatty - 2010-04-19
I've got a friend who used to play with Billy Preston before he went on to play with the Beatles, no lie.

They were all underrated players, all of them so good on their intruments and so good as a group.

A new Bealtes song would come on the radio and we'd all go, "They did it again!"
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