While the world reacted to the news that The Beatles were no more, George Harrison gave an interview to the BBC for their religious television series Fact Or Fantasy?
In answer to speculation resulting from Paul McCartney's questionnaire in which he effectively announced that The Beatles were no more, Apple issued a final press statement about the group.
With his debut solo album McCartney due for release on 17 April 1970, Paul McCartney chose not to do any promotional interviews. Instead, he asked Apple's Peter Brown to write a list of questions to which he supplied the answers. They included his ruminations on the Beatles and the end of his partnership with John... Read more »
Room four, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: Phil Spector Engineer: Peter Bown The final day's work on The Beatles' last album Let It Be was a stereo mixing and edit session for three songs.
Studio One, Studio Three control room, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: Phil Spector Engineer: Peter Bown Of all Phil Spector's decisions for The Beatles' Let It Be, none would become as contentious as this, the orchestral and choral overdubs to Across The Universe, The Long And Winding Road and I Me Mine.