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I’d like to say thank you on behalf of the group and ourselves and I hope we’ve passed the audition.

On January 30th 1969 the iconic rock band, the Beatles who had been feuding went to the roof of the Apple offices at 3 Savile Row in central London, and performed live for the last time.

This was the group that started the “British invasion” and even more important that broke every rock and roll rule in existence and continued to innovate until they broke up nine months after that roof top concert.

I would never contend to be an expert on the Beatles just a fan of the “fab four.” Never saw them live, just listened to them over and over (and still do).

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For those of you have never seen the group, or for those who remember the Beatles with the same reverence as me, permit me to present the video below, which shows a big part of the roof top concert, the last time the Beatles played a live concert together.

BTW a bit of Beatles trivia, in this concert (see picture above or video below), John Lennon was in the middle, and George Harrison on stage left.  Normally Harrison was in the middle. If anybody knows the reason for this change, please let me know)

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