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Ringo and The Beatles - 1970 "All you need is LOVE ... that is ALL you need."
January 3, 1970

     August 20, 1969 was the last time the four Beatles recorded together. On January 3rd and 4th, Paul, George and Ringo got together at Abbey Road to complete the "Let It Be" album. John was on vacation in Denmark.

February 26, 1970

     The Beatles' album, "Hey Jude" is released in the U.S. on Apple Records consisting of single hits that were not available on an LP previously.

April 1, 1970

     "The climax of Phil Spector's work on Let It Be: the overdub of lavish orchestral and choral tracks onto Across The Universe, The Long and Winding Road, and I Be Mine. It was the very last recording session for a Beatles album, and it featured the work of a real-life Beatle: Ringo, who played drums on all three songs to augment the chorus." - The Beatles Recording Sessions by Mark Lewisohn; Harmony Books

May 8, 1970

     The "Let It Be" album is released, produced by Phil Spector. With the album at Number One, the Beatles have their last Number One single, The Long and Winding Road, in the U.S. on June 13, 1970.

Group Band

Good night

Let It Be
Let It Be