An Animated Version of The BEATLES SONG "Two of Us""

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Comment by BeatleBob on July 18, 2017 at 1:15pm

You're Very Welcome Anthony! I Enjoyed watching it on your site! Have a Good Day!

Bob

Comment by Anthony Cappucci on July 18, 2017 at 1:00pm

Thanks Bob,

Great Info!

Comment by BeatleBob on July 18, 2017 at 12:48pm

You're Very Welcome Anthony! Here is some more information:

To promote the highly successful "1" compilation album in 2000, new music videos were produced, and older music videos were also remastered and distributed to TV stations as promotion for the album. "I Feel Fine" and "Come Together" were new animated music videos in the then popular Flash format, produced by Melon Dezign. For The Beatles' Anthology, the black and white footage from the original TV programme "Our World" of the Beatles recording "All You Need Is Love" was colourised, and even though the clip was edited in the TV series, a full length colour music video of the song was made available to TV companies in 2000, to promote the new "1" compilation album.

Most of the music videos were distributed to TV stations only, and some were used at theBeatles.com website, but were later removed as the projects got old. A new "Get Back" music video was probably distributed around this time. It was still the rooftop performance, like the 1969 music video, but different shots were used, particularly noticable by the inclusion of footage shot from a rooftop across the street, which had previously not been part of the music video.

"In 2003, aborting plans for a home video release of the "Let It Be" documentary, clips from the shooting of the film was made into new music videos promoting the reworked "Let It Be" album, titled "Let It Be...Naked". The brilliant 2003 "Two Of Us" video was an example of turning film footage from the Get Back sessions into black and white and augmenting the video with animated pencil drawings in the background. The clip was directed by Matt White of Supergrizzly Ltd."

You're Welcome,
Bob  :-)

Comment by Anthony Cappucci on July 18, 2017 at 8:25am

Thanks for the info Bob. I didn't know anything about the clip, I just found it on a web page.

Thanks,

Anthony

Comment by BeatleBob on July 17, 2017 at 1:19pm

Thanks Anthony! I watched it on your website! So Cool!!

"The brilliant 2003 "Two Of Us" video was an example of turning film footage from the Get Back sessions into black and white and augmenting the video with animated pencil drawings in the background. The clip was directed by Matt White of Supergrizzly Ltd."   :-)

Comment by Anthony Cappucci on July 17, 2017 at 10:10am

Hi Sadie,

I have now included the clip in my own website, take a look. You should be able to watch it now.

http://www.beatlesonfilm.rocks/let_it_be_clips.html

Comment by Anthony Cappucci on July 17, 2017 at 5:55am

I don't know why, it's working on my computer for some reason.

Comment by Sadie on July 16, 2017 at 11:23pm

It says "This video contains content from Apple Corps Ltd, who has blocked it on copyright grounds." What a shame. I bet it was cool! Thanks for sharing it anyway, Anthony! 

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