The Beatles’ Legendary 1969 Rooftop Concert. Audio is Newly Mixed by Giles Martin and Sam Okell in Stereo and Dolby Atmos. On January 30, 1969, The Beatles famously staged their final live performance on the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters in London’s Savile Row. For the first time, the complete audio for the band’s legendary rooftop performance has been mixed in stereo and Dolby Atmos by Giles Martin and Sam Okell.
Fans around the world have been exploring The Beatles’ January 1969 sessions and rooftop performance with last fall’s celebrated release of the band’s remixed, expanded Let It Be Special Edition (Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe), Peter Jackson’s “The Beatles: Get Back” docuseries (Disney/Apple Corps Ltd./WingNut)and the collectible hardcover book also titled The Beatles: Get Back (Apple Corps Ltd./Callaway). The raw sources explored for the new projects have revealed that a more joyous, benevolent spirit imbued the sessions than was conveyed in the 1970 Let It Be film’s 80 minutes, while also shining a new, warmer light on the Let It Be album.
01. Get Back (Rooftop Performance / Take 1) (4:43)
02. Get Back (Rooftop Performance / Take 2) (3:24)
03. Don’t Let Me Down (Rooftop Performance / Take 1) (3: 22)
04. I’ve Got A Feeling (Rooftop Performance / Take 1) (4:44)
05. One After 909 (Rooftop Performance) (3:09)
06. Dig A Pony (Rooftop Performance) (5:52)
07. God Save The Queen (Rooftop Performance / Jam) (0:26)
08. I’ve Got A Feeling (Rooftop Performance / Take 2) (5:35)
09. Don’t Let Me Down (Rooftop Performance / Take 2) (3:30)
10. Get Back (Rooftop Performance / Take 3) (3:47)