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Tag Archives: Get Back Sessions

#askNat – concerning the Sessions album

This week’s #askNat question comes from David over in the U.K. whose message sent to me a couple months back reads as follows: Hi Nat, Only recently found your site and since then have spent many happy hours enjoying your insight, info and tunes. Here’s a question for you: The Sessions album was going to […]

#askNat – concerning tapes recorded during the Get Back sessions, 1969

For this week’s #askNat entry everyone is getting their money’s worth as I am going through a series of 10 questions about the Get Back sessions tapes that comes in via email from Nick Vaggott. Hi Nat, I have questions about the many hours of audio from the Get Back sessions that are sourced from […]

Beatles Rarity of the Week – “Sexy Sadie” (sessions composite)

Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. In mid-February 1968, The Beatles traveled to Rishikesh India to study Transcendental Meditation as students and guests of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. While residing at his retreat near the foothills of the Himalayas, they attended their lectures but also had plenty of free time to relax, play […]

#askNat – concerning Billy Preston on Abbey Road

Hello and welcome to another in the #askNat series. This happens each Thursday here at TheBeatlesRarity.com and is where I answer a Beatles-related question sent in by anyone who happens to send one in. This week I have a question here from Phill Boylett from the U.K. who has this to say: Hi Nat, My […]

Beatles Rarity Of The Week – “Don’t Let Me Down” (second rooftop performance)

Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. I’ve always felt that it was a blatant omission to leave “Don’t Let Me Down” off of the Let It Be album. After all, it was one of the key songs worked on during the Get Back Sessions of January 1969, the source of the other tracks […]

#askNat – concerning varying styles on “Two Of Us”

This week on #askNat I have a question from Keith Giosa from Philadelphia PA who writes: Hey, Nat! I’ve been wanting to ask this question for some time and given the recent discussion about alternate bass players and someone bringing up “Two of Us,” I thought it was as good a time to ask as […]