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  • Nikogrel says:
    Song facts. From Wikipedia: “Dig a Pony” is a song by the Beatles, originally released on their album Let It Be.“Dig a Pony” was the penultimate song played at the concert on the rooftop of Apple Studios in Savile Row, London on 30 January Composition. John Lennon was the song’s composer and singer but the song was credited to Lennon–McCartney.
  • Dikree says:
    In the studio. John Lennon played versions of ‘Dig A Pony’ several times at Twickenham Film Studios in January , during a series of rehearsals which were filmed for the Let It Be movie. He ran through the song on 2, 7, and 13 January By the time sessions started at The Beatles’ own Apple Studios later in the month, they were familiar with the song and enjoyed playing it.
  • Meshura says:
    "Dig a Pony" is a song by the Beatles, originally released on their album Let It Be. "Dig a Pony" was the penultimate song played at the concert on the rooftop of Apple Studios in Savile Row, London on 30 January Please note the text from Wikipedia is imported without editing or rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfo: Blues rock.
  • Zululkree says:
    Limited edition gram, audiophile vinyl LP pressing of this album from the Fab Four comes housed in replicated artwork. One of the few Beatles' albums panned by critics at the time of its release, quot;Let It Bequot; sets a high bar that many other bands' best albums can't reach/5(3).
  • Yozshuzragore says:
    Jun 02,  · This is how the album was supposed to have been released in the De Agostini collection and it wasn't total let down and spoilt the otherwise excellent thought out collection, perhaps the tray book and outer slip card could be now printed and mailed out with a replacement red apple lp sleeve to make the collection correct and complete/5().
  • Goltilmaran says:
    Dig a Pony This song is by The Beatles and appears on the album Let It Be () on the compilation album Anthology 3 () on the remix album Let It Be Naked () This song is featured in the video game The Beatles: Rock Band. Rolling? Yeah! Okay! A-one, two, three, er— Hold it! Ahh! Hold it A-one, two, tell, you I, a-hi-hi, a-hi-hi, dig a pony Well, you can celebrate anything.
  • Vijind says:
    Not the best Beatles' album, but nicely presented on vinyl. The inclusion of a 'single' vinyl disc "Fly On The Wall" was a great idea, but a disappointment in terms of content. Days and hours of unreleased music from the "Let It Be" film set, was stripped down to a bare 20 minutes or so, and to compound this misjudgement, the best of the /5(1).
  • Zolorr says:
    I always thought (and still do) that The Beatles were overrated. That doesn’t mean they didn’t make some great music. I don’t think there is a bad song on the album and several are very good. I also think vinyl is the way they should be played.

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