Rooftop Vocal Harmony – How to sing Get Back – The Beatles

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7 thoughts on “Rooftop Vocal Harmony – How to sing Get Back – The Beatles”

  1. Brilliant. I always find whatever Paul is doing is the natural one to go for when singing Beatle songs. Another example is John’s incredible low harmony in ‘If I fell’. Brilliant video once again 🙂

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