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They came, they sang and together they climbed the rooftop of the Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast to play a tribute to The Beatles. Calling themselves The Snoodles, members from A Plastic Rose, Mojo Fury and And So Watch Your From Afar gathered on 30th January 2009 - 40 years ago to the day since The Beatles played a concert on the roof of the Apple Corps building.

Directed by Will McConnell
Camera: Will McConnell, David Neill, Genevieve Ewing
Sound: David Donelly, Andrew Melville

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