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Tag Archives: Let It Be film

Beatles Rarity Of The Week – “a Get Back Sessions tag medley”

Hello again and welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. I’m Happy Nat and each week I dig up a Beatles or Beatles-related track that is not (or is no longer) a part of their currently available standard catalog. This time around my focus is on the Get Back Sessions of January 1969 when […]

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 […]

Beatles Rarity Of The Week – “Two Of Us” (complete account of rehearsal seen in ‘Let It Be’ film)

Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. Over the years since starting up The Beatles Rarity, I’ve heard from a lot of you concerning the Let It Be film and mainly about just when is it finally going to get an official BluRay/DVD release. The question has come up from people on the Facebook […]

#askNat – concerning Lennon-McCartney originals written prior to The Beatles getting signed

This time around on #askNat let’s look at a question sent in by Leo in New Jersey who has this to say: Hello Nat, I don’t think this was ever asked before, so I’ll ask it now. Prompted by your rarity this week, I got to thinking about which original songs were written BEFORE The […]

#askNat – concerning a Beatles’ rooftop gig attendee’s likeness to Cynthia Lennon

This week on #askNat we are hearing from Jim Trawiki in Austin, Texas who has sent me this inquiry: In the film Let It Be, there is a scene during the rooftop performance of two women sitting in the street below, near a red phone booth. One of the women is blonde, and is wearing […]