We’re rounding off the year with a special Christmas edition of the sell out smash event from September.
The Midnight Special return to The Jazz Cafe for two more shows performing The Beatles’ final masterpiece, ‘Abbey Road’. Once again, the band will be playing the album in full, 50 years after the original release of the record.
The band will return to the stage for a second set of Beatles greatest hits.
The Beatles in 1969…
After the somewhat difficult ‘Let It Be’ sessions with the band on the verge of breaking up, The Beatles returned to the familiarity of Abbey Road Studios to start work on a batch of carefully crafted recordings with ambitious musical arrangements. George Martin was invited back to produce the sessions on his own insistence that “We do this like we used to…”
Considered by many as The Beatles masterwork. The stand out moments on side one of the vinyl ‘Something’ and ‘Here Comes The Sun’ were two of George Harrison’s finest songs ever cut to tape.
With a feeling amongst the members that this would be their last album together, this is the sound of a whole band working flawlessly in the studio. Most notably in the 8 song medley that made up the second side of the vinyl, finishing with ‘The End’ and the fitting lyrics, “In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make…”