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Kev., Morgan aka Admin
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#835912 01/07/2021 8:37 PM
by Kev.
Kev.
I remember this just like it was yesterday, no pun intended. How cool they were, great bit of film....



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#835913 Jan 7th a 08:41 PM
by raf940
raf940
Just bought a CD of Magical Mystery Tour now sitting on a cornflake waiting for the van to come
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#835984 Jan 8th a 02:17 PM
by ricochetrider
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The NZ director who did Lord Of The Rings among other things is putting together a new doc about Let It Be (I believe this is the specific or sole target of his work).I linked a teaser short he put together, in my Boredom Chronicles thread. If you haven seen this teaser, it's really great. It's quite joyous, a stark contrast from the angst and tension of the original Let It Be film.

This rooftop "concert" was just fantastic. SO great to see these guys performing together. They really had some moments, didn't they. The rooftop performance was one of them for sure. Billy Preston's use of the Fender Rhodes electric "piano" on this & other Beatles tunes was no doubt the first time I really and truly connected with that sound. It wasn't long before after that the Fender Rhodes became seared into my soul as one of the most quintessential & joyous Sounds Of Music.
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#836014 Jan 8th a 07:09 PM
by scott garland
scott garland
probably the best pop combo, they made a lot of smiles
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