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100 1  Mansfield, Ken,|eauthor. 
245 14 The roof :|bthe Beatles' final concert|h[Hoopla electronic
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520    There are moments in time that cause us to stop and take 
       notice of where we were and what we were doing when they 
       happen in order to commit the experience to memory-how it 
       made us feel, who was there with us, why it felt 
       important. January 30, 1969 was one of those moments. 
       There are those who were on the periphery of the event 
       that day and heard what was going on; but as one of the 
       few remaining insiders who accompanied the Beatles up onto
       the cold windswept roof of the Apple building, Ken 
       Mansfield had a front row seat to the full sensory 
       experience of the moment and witnessed what turned out to 
       be beginning of the end. Ken shares in The Roof: The 
       Beatles Final Concert, the sense that something special 
       was taking place before his eyes that would live on 
       forever in the hearts and souls of millions. As the US 
       manager of Apple, Ken Mansfield, was on the scene in the 
       days, weeks, and months leading up to this monumental 
       event. He shares his insights into the factors that 
       brought them up onto that roof and why one of the greatest
       bands of all time left it all on that stage. Join Ken as 
       he reflects on the relationships he built with the Fab 
       Four and the Apple corps and what each player meant to 
       this symphony of music history. 
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