Well they had that little fling up on the roof in '69 to promote the 'Let It Be' movie and (later) lp. So if they would have stuck together I'm sure they would have done whatever their new release would have been during the tour, ten songs and we're out of here. So pick 3 songs off of John's lp, 3 off of Paul's, 3 or 2 off of George's and we'll let Ringo do one or two.
Probably could have pull it off sounding raw like they did on the rooftop, but with today’s technology, Beatles Tribute bands sound marvellous, compared to what they would have had to do for sounding good on stage.
I thought of potential songs and Back in the USSR would have been an almighty opening number. The more intricate studio pieces might not have been so easy to replicate live but so many tracks would have worked and perhaps a theatre tour where fans listened would have been spine tingling.
The one reason I quit going to concerts was because of the screaming. As soon as the artist would come out people would start screaming! I asked one time, the girl next to me, why the hell are you screaming for? You can't possibly hear what they are playing, and she just said "I feel like it!" Oh well, I'm sure the same thing would happen at a Beatle concert if they would have had another one.
Q: At what point in time did the girls quit screaming at concerts? Or did it have to do with screamworthy acts fading away and newer ones replacing them that didn't get the screams? Would they have screamed for the Beatles in '69 or '70?
What would have been on the set list? Probably not "Thank You Girl" or other early hits. I would imagine stuff recorded after 1966; nothing before then. Maybe early cover versions.
I remember seeing Eric Burdon and the Animals in 1968. They did not do anything by the Animals. Two different groups that had the same lead singer.