The hour and a half spent listening to the Beatles rehearse “All Things Must Pass” (that includes their chatter before and after playing) on the second day of the Twickenham sessions are interesting (and aggravating) enough to warrant multiple posts. Count this as post No. 1.
Like Let it Be’s opening sequence, there was a bit of symbolism in the film’s portrayal of the “All Things Must Pass” rehearsals.
Don’t remember hearing the song in the movie? Well, they never quite got to the song itself.
About 5 1/2 minutes in — after a performance of “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” from a different day — there’s a sequence lasting just under a minute of George getting a load of feedback speaking from his…
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