“Now And Then”, the last song by The Beatles

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The last song of the quartet, which reunites its original members 60 years after their debut.

“Now And Then” is the final chapter that all fans of the Liverpool quartet need, a new one-of-a-kind single, bringing together John, Paul, george and Ringo through time. Find out the details.

As if it were 1963, the premiere of a song by the Beatles It’s here, the single double “Now And Then / Love Me Do” It is the beginning and the end of the most iconic band in the United Kingdom. The so-called last song brings together the composition of John Lennonwith the guitars of George Harrison recorded two decades later and the contributions of Paul and Ringo: to this is added a string arrangement composed of Giles Martinson of George Martinand choruses of other original songs by The Beatles.

Listen “Now And Then”:

It has unique technology, through a professional method the sound was restored from a cassette provided by Yoko Onojust like in the documentary Get Back, from where the vowels of Lennon. Something that Paul and Ringo They say it was as if their companions were still there, in their music.

“Now And Then” premiered with a music video and a mini-documentary, both directed by Peter Jackson. In the video we see some clips of Anthology, where the guitars were recorded Harrisonand a series of images from the entire career of the quartet: a collage which includes george and John along with his colleagues today. In the mini documentary you can learn more details about the making of the song.

As part of the surprises, they will also reissue the collections Grid and Blue, which now bring together 75 songs, for remastering in Dolby Atmos, on November 10.


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