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The Beatles' very last show

Издание: Newsweek
Дата: 01.03.2003
Номер: 3
Автор: Brownell Ginanne
Разместил: Corvin
Тема: Битлз - Anthology (Антология Битлз) (1995)
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The Beatles never reunited after that exhilarating, to-hell-with-everything rooftop concert where John Lennon told the crowd he hoped they'd passed the audition and only once after Lennon's death did Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr ever play together again. That was at a reunion at Harrison's Friar Park mansion in 1994, where they'd planned to record some of their standards. But they tried to get through "Let It Be", found it emotional Mount Everest and feel back on knocking around some favourites from their Liverpool days: Chuck Berry songs, "Blue Moon of Kentucky" - even "Ain't She Sweet".

A minute of the proceeding - which may have lasted 10 hours - was released in 1996. But around April 1, EMI will put out a DVD with about an hour of the session. What we probably won't get is much of the bickering between Harrison (who died in 2001) and McCartney. And probably no electric guitar: Starr has said they unplugged. For that, you want McCartney's upcoming U.K. concert - tour played, hardly coincidentally, for April.

Ginanne Brownell in London


Тема: Битлз - Anthology (Антология Битлз) (1995)


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