It was Jan. 30, 1969, when the four gentleman of The Beatles gathered on the rooftop of the Apple Corps building in London. It had been three years since they had performed live together, and that frigid afternoon would be the last time they ever would.
In the next year, the band fell apart for a number of reasons -- the swift rise of the band's dark horse, George Harrison, divergent personal and professional interests and, obviously, clashing egos, to name a few.
Thankfully, the final, unexpected concert was recorded so that we might treasure it for years and years to come. In honor of the 45th anniversary, watch the fabled performance below.
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