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Beatles album NO: 12 - 1969 - Abbey Road


Side 1: Tracks

Come together - McCartney - Lennon

Something - Harrison - # single Nov 1969 #

Maxwell's silver hammer - McCartney - Lennon

Oh darling - McCartney - Lennon

Octopus's garden - Starkey

I want you (she's so heavy) - McCartney - Lennon


Side 2: Tracks

Here comes the sun - Harrison

Because - McCartney - Lennon

You never give me your money - McCartney - Lennon

Sun king - McCartney - Lennon

Mean Mr Mustard - McCartney - Lennon

Polythene Pam - McCartney - Lennon

She came through the bathroom window - McCartney - Lennon

Golden slumbers - McCartney - Lennon

Carry that weight - McCartney - Lennon

The end (her majesty) - McCartney - Lennon


Beatles album NO: 13 - 1970 - Let it be


Side 1: Tracks

Two of us - McCartney - Lennon

Dig a poney - McCartney - Lennon

Across the universe - McCartney - Lennon

I me mine - Harrison

Dig it - McCartney - Lennon -Starkey - Harrison

Let it be - McCartney - Lennon - # single March 1970 #

Maggie Mae - McCartney - Lennon - Starkey - Harrison


Side 2: Tracks

I've got a feeling - McCartney - Lennon

Oone after 909 - McCartney - Lennon

The long and winding road - McCartney - Lennon

For you blue - Harrison

Get back - McCartney - Lennon


And in the end


The Beatles last album was performed live on many Tracks and a fitting tribute to one of the few bands who had learnt their craft the hard way, on stage, crossing all generations, from the leather jacket's and Teddy Boy' styles of the fifties, the Mod and Hippy generations, through to the present day... Not bad for for a couple of lad's from Liverpool eh?

The group itself had more than died' long before the tragic murder of John Lennon, and in some way, the fact that they did not return as a unit in the future to pander to the money men', adds to the quality and memory of what they had achieved musically and still remains today to the old and new generation of music  fans'. No has beens', but the best there ever was.

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