The Beatles crossing Abbey Road became an iconic symbol and one of the most famous and most imitated album covers in recording history...
I sincerely hope that you enjoy my cover of this 1969 Beatles classic entitled 'Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End' which they originally released on their album entitled 'Abbey Road'. Sorry, but it's the best 'Paulie' that I can do ; (
And in the end, the love you take Is equal to the love you make
Between Sept.1989 to July 1990 Paul and Linda McCartney rounded up their group to do a 13 country world tour. Plus the tour coincided with the release of his "Flowers in the Dirt" album.
The Beatles "The End" Guitar Solo Cover Audio and Video Re-Mix Version
48 years ago, The Beatles released the Abbey Road LP. The Fab Four’s eleventh 1969 studio album is considered one of the finest of all time, with a song sequence that builds on many themes, along with their Side 2 medley ending with The End and Her Majesty. "The End" concludes with perhaps the most quintessential Beatles lyric: "And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make." Abbey Road was the last recording session in which all four Beatles John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr participated. Although Let It Be was the final album that the Beatles completed before the band’s dissolution in April 1970, most of the album had been recorded before the Abbey Road sessions began. --- The End is near for Entercom’s Los Angeles classic rock station KSWD (100.3 the Sound) which was sold to Christian radio chain EMF (Educational Media Foundation) in September 2017 as part of a divestment required by its yet-to-be-finalized merger with CBS Radio. KSWD frequently plays The Beatles. 100.3 The Sound has a combination celebration and goodbye before disappearing from the airwaves by early November 2017. 100.3 The Sound signed off the air playing The Beatle's The End. You will be missed!
Used this Beatles song to help me learn a bit more about using iMovie. Easily one of the greatest guitar moments recorded by The Beatles, the End features Paul, George and John taking it in turns to solo. Recorded in the summer of ’69, it is said that they lined up three deluxe reverbs and recorded it in one take to one track (after a couple of run throughs). I also used a deluxe reverb and tried to use guitars that emulate the sound on the record. Seems nobody knows for sure what they used, but they had Casinos, Les Pauls, Strats and Teles in the studio at this point. Who plays your favourite part? Mine are Paul’s.
Here's a breakdown of all the guitar parts on The Beatles song "The End." Charts & Tabs are available at www.mikepachelli.com