Fifty years ago today, the Beatles gave their last live public performance, an impromptu session on the roof of their recording studio in central London while they were working on their last album Let It Be. The session lasted for 42 minutes before police shut it down, presumably because they did not have a permit and were disturbing the neighbors.
Here is the group singing Don’t Let Me Down.
Here they are with Get Back.
Michael Tomasky gives the background to the session.
Apparently Peter Jackson is making a film of the last recording session using 55 hours of previously unseen in-studio footage.