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Dig A Pony - The Beatles - Let It Be (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. May 08,  · ‘Dig A Pony’ Another track taken from that legendary performance on the roof of Apple Records is ‘Dig A Pony’. It’s a soulful moment for the band with Lennon’s swagger and Harrison’s rhythm working to add a big punch of personality. The live recording offers up some rough and ready touches that may have otherwise been polished out.
  2. Jan 23,  · The “Let It Be” album version of “Dig A Pony” is from the Apple Rooftop Concert on the 30th January, However, there is also a recording available on their album, “Anthology 3” from a studio recording on the 22nd January, On the album, “Let It Be Naked” is a version without the false start.
  3. The version of “Dig a Pony” that made it to Let It Be was the take they did of it on the famous rooftop concert, although there are a studio version in Anthology 3 and Let It Be.
  4. Jun 17,  · 12 videos Play all The Beatles - Let it Be (full album) Jonny jack Playlists The Animals - House of the Rising Sun () HQ/Widescreen ♫♥ 56 YEARS AGO - Duration: The Animals Tribute.
  5. May 08,  · I always thought (and still do) that The Beatles were overrated. That doesn’t mean they didn’t make some great music. I don’t think there is a bad song on the album and several are very good. I also think vinyl is the way they should be played/5(63).
  6. Hi, I was wondering if anybody else can help me find out a bit more about my “Let It Be’ Album (vinyl). I have searched ‘Discogs’ and cannot find it on here. It has a black and silver ‘Parlophone’ label a, PCSO YEX (side 1) / YEX (side 2) matrix, “An EMI Recording” on .
  7. May 10,  · 4) Before Paul McCartney released his first solo album on April 17th, Ringo was sent to McCartney’s house to ask if he’d hold off on releasing it so The Beatles could get ‘Let it Be’ out first. The Beatles: (l-r) Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon. 5) The title track for the album came to Paul McCartney during a dream about his dead mother.
  8. In the studio. John Lennon played versions of ‘Dig A Pony’ several times at Twickenham Film Studios in January , during a series of rehearsals which were filmed for the Let It Be movie. He ran through the song on 2, 7, and 13 January By the time sessions started at The Beatles’ own Apple Studios later in the month, they were familiar with the song and enjoyed playing it.

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