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During the recording of the Let It Be album and film, Paul McCartney had suggested that the band end the project with a live performance.
Venue suggestions included a small club (McCartney's preferred choice), a cruise ship or a lunatic asylum. Unsurprisingly, the last suggestion came from Lennon. In the end, The Beatles headed up to the roof of their Apple headquarters and played five songs including Don't Let Me Down and Get Back.
The sound of the group playing brought the streets below to a standstill, forcing the police to intervene. The Beatles fought the law, but the law won...