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November 25, 2021

The three-part documentary series, compiled from over 60 hours of unseen footage, captures the warmth, camaraderie, and creative genius that defined the legacy of music’s most iconic foursome. The series also includes – for the first time in its entirety – The Beatles’ final performance at London’s Savile Row.

On the 30th of January, 1969, the Beatles performed an unannounced concert from the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters at Savile Row, within central London's office and fashion district. Experience the final and unforgettable iconic performance of The Beatles in a special 60-minute presentation, digitally remastered into the image and sound quality of IMAX DMR technology.

This is a "Fly on the Wall" look at The Beatles' recording sessions from productive days at Apple Studios January 23 to 29, 1969. Most of this footage did not make the final cut for the film, Let It Be. We see the Beatles chat, joke, tune, rehearse and try some serious attempts at recording. Over 75% of this footage has not been seen in this form, meaning inferior copies of some of this footage has circulated, but contained few moments of audio that matched the film.

In January of 1969 The Beatles gathered together to film and record to what become "Let It Be"..... Presented here for the first time is every known clip, put in chronological order of events and with correct audio to the best of ability. All clips have been identified, synched with correct audio! You will enjoy this more than you think! The rooftop concert is now a really treat - additional audio, all in stereo and every clip of footage found - more than you think. Watching that will really impress you! All together this is the best yet! Special thanks to British Lions for their help in this project....

In January of 1969 The Beatles gathered together to film and record to what become "Let It Be"..... Presented here for the first time is every known clip, put in chronological order of events and with correct audio to the best of ability. All clips have been identified, synched with correct audio! You will enjoy this more than you think! The rooftop concert is now a really treat - additional audio, all in stereo and every clip of footage found - more than you think. Watching that will really impress you! All together this is the best yet! Special thanks to British Lions for their help in this project....

In January of 1969 The Beatles gathered together to film and record to what become "Let It Be"..... Presented here for the first time is every known clip, put in chronological order of events and with correct audio to the best of ability. All clips have been identified, synched with correct audio! You will enjoy this more than you think! The rooftop concert is now a really treat - additional audio, all in stereo and every clip of footage found - more than you think. Watching that will really impress you! All together this is the best yet! Special thanks to British Lions for their help in this project....

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