Saturday, February 7, 2009

One After 909

In Beatles facts, "One After 909" has a great history. This Lennon song was one of the first he ever wrote, and the earliest recording of the track is a slow version (that may be heard on Anthology) as compared to the faster one from Let It Be. The song was played in the film Let It Be and was also one of the songs played during the rooftop concert at Saville Row. It was played live by the group until 1962.

Lennon and McCartney share lead vocals. Lennon plays lead guitar, Harrison rhythm, McCartney bass, and Starr drums.

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