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8 Commentsto Dont Let Me Down - The Beatles - 1967-1970 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Kazrarr says:
    "Don't Let Me Down" was one of the Beatles' most powerful love songs, used for the B-side of "Get Back," and fairly popular on its own merit, reaching the Top 40 under its own steam. The principal composer for this outing was lead singer John Lennon, who delivered one of his most soulful vocals ever for the track: a vocal that conveyed soulful.
  2. Nicage says:
    "Don't Let Me Down" was recorded at the same Apple Studios sessions that produced the a-side of this single, "Get Back," but was also rehearsed on January , , , and , and also performed during the "rooftop concert" on the roof of Apple Studios on January
  3. Akiramar says:
    – (widely known as "The Blue Album") is a compilation of songs by the English rock band the Beatles, spanning the years indicated in the blazmonsandsenlachan.mihesizagemermutochecamotu.infoinfo was released with – ("The Red Album"), in – made No. 1 on the American Billboard chart and No. 2 on the British Album Chart. This album was re-released in September on CD, charting at No. 4 in the United Kingdom.
  4. Akinokazahn says:
    "Don't Let Me Down" is a song by the Beatles (with Billy Preston), recorded in during the Let It Be sessions. It was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon-McCartney. Please note the text from Wikipedia is imported without editing or authentication.A-side: "Get Back".
  5. Daijar says:
    "Don't Let Me Down" is I think one of the very best songs John wrote during his time with the Beatles. Released in as the B side to the single "Get Back" it would later in the early '70s appear in the Beatles album "Hey Jude" which was a collection of their songs released as singles either as A or B side.5/5(19).
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  7. Mazuzilkree says:
    British rock/pop group, formed in Liverpool, England during the late s. Signed to recording contract with EMI in The lineup () comprised John Lennon (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards), Paul McCartney (vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, percussion), George Harrison (guitar, vocals, sitar), and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals, percussion).
  8. Arashir says:
    Thank God we can take solace in the fact that "Abbey Road" was the Beatles' swan song. "Let It Be" was the final Beatle release, but "Abbey Road" I believe was recorded later. "Let It Be" only reaffirms for me that the magic of the Beatles is all but gone. The film is depressing enough. There are so many things not to like about this album.

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