On January 30, 1969, at lunch time, The Beatles appeared on the rooftop of their record label’s headquarters, unannounced, and started performing. As the band played, the audio feed went to producer Alan Parsons in the basement of the building. Lindsay-Hogg’s camera crew set up cameras in the windows of the Apple Corps building that morning, anticipating a crowd gathering. Some Apple Corps employees skipped the concert to keep working. Officers from the Greater Westminster Council marched over to Apple Corps and made their way up to the roof.