On January 30, 1969, The Beatles famously staged their final live performance on the rooftop of their Apple Corps headquarters in London’s Savile Row. As a bit of a tribute last month, Norah Jones and her band recorded versions of two of the songs from the Let It Be album on the observation deck of New York’s Empire State Building (although the Beatles nerd in me must point out that the Fab Four did not perform “Let It Be” on the roof at Apple, but recorded it in the studio the next day).

It’s worth pointing out that The Empire State Building is considerably taller that the Apple Corps building in London.

Jones posted her two rooftop tribute performance videos of Beatles’ songs from the Let It Be album (“I’ve Got A Feeling” and “Let It Be”), last Friday to mark today’s anniversary of the actual rooftop concert, and we’re sharing those videos, above and below this text, for you to enjoy!