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01 Get Back (Rooftop Performance / Take 1)
02 Get Back (Rooftop Performance / Take 2)
03 Don’t Let Me Down (Rooftop Performance / Take 1)
04 I’ve Got A Feeling (Rooftop Performance / Take 1)
05 One After 909 (Rooftop Performance)
06 Dig A Pony (Rooftop Performance)
07 God Save The Queen (Rooftop Performance / Jam)
08 I’ve Got A Feeling (Rooftop Performance / Take 2)
09 Don’t Let Me Down (Rooftop Performance / Take 2)
10 Get Back (Rooftop Performance / Take 3)
The audition is finally here. The Beatles’ famous farewell rooftop concert is finally getting its digital audio release.
Get Back: The Rooftop Performance will have the complete 40-minute gig, with new mixes in stereo & Dolby Atmos by Giles Martin and Sam Okell. It’s available for streaming at midnight ET on Friday, January 28 from Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe. This marks the first-ever release for the January 1969 roof show, in the wake of the Peter Jackson docuseries Get Back and the expanded Special Edition box of Let It Be.
“We wanted to put it on the box set,” Giles Martin tells Rolling Stone in an exclusive interview. “But it just took up too much real estate. It’s 40 minutes, so it didn’t make any sense. But the response to Get Back has been so extraordinary.”
Get Back: The Rooftop Performance debuts just in time for the show’s anniversary on January 30th, 1969, at the end of the sessions. The Beatles went up on the roof of their Apple headquarters in London, as crowds gathered in the streets below, until the show got shut down by the police. Three of the roof performances made it on to the finished Let It Be album: “I’ve Got a Feeling,” “Dig a Pony,” and “One After 909.” It turned out to be the last time the Beatles ever played live in public.
“I always thought the rooftop concert is better to be seen and listened to, rather than just listened to,” Martin says. But the rapturous acclaim for Get Back changed his mind. “There was such an overwhelming request: ‘Why don’t we have this?’ That’s why we did it. I think this is more of a historical document for fans. I’ve made it so fans can listen to everything I have, really. I cut off a bit at the end, which is basically just wind noise, and that’s it. I mixed the whole thing from start to finish in its entirety.”
On Sunday, January 30, there will be Get Back: The Rooftop Performance screening events in 80 IMAX theaters in the U.S. and U.K. The 60-minute screenings will happen simultaneously at 3 pm ET, starting with a Q&A with director Peter Jackson.
The weekend is full of celebrations of the concert’s anniversary. On Friday at 12pm ET, Norah Jones is releasing two rooftop tribute videos on her YouTube channel, doing “Let It Be” and “I’ve Got a Feeling,” filmed in December on top of the Empire State Building. The Beatles Channel on SiriusXM will air a special on the roof performance, hosted by Beatles historian Kevin Howlett, debuting on Friday at 11 am ET. On Saturday (9 am ET), Cirque du Soleil will also debut a tribute video, with “Get Back (LOVE Version),” from cast members from its Vegas show The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil.
In addition, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is announcing a new exhibit dedicated to the January 1969 sessions, The Beatles: Get Back to Let It Be, opening on March 18. It includes Ringo’s drum kit, John’s glasses, Paul’s handwritten lyrics for “I’ve Got a Feeling,” and George’s pink pinstripe suit, just one of his many iconic fits from the docuseries.
The full rooftop performance is included in Get Back. The Beatles and director Michael Lindsay-Hogg spent much of the sessions debating exotic locations for their live comeback: a cruise ship? A hospital? An orphanage? Out in Libya, in the middle of the desert? But they decided to just give it a go on the roof, braving the London winter. It famously ended with Paul giving a shout out to Ringo’s wildly applauding wife Maureen Starkey (“Thanks, Mo!”) and John quipping, “I hope we passed the audition.”