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By Andrew Roman, Yahoo | For a brief moment Thursday morning, it seemed as if Beatlemania was back. On the stroke of 10 a.m. ET, the Fab Four debuted “Now and Then” — the band’s first new song in 27 years, and almost certainly its last. You could sense the screams and smiles and joyful tears of fans around the world.

The buzz continued into Friday morning with the release of director Peter Jackson’s whimsical “Now and Then” video, assembled from what the Oscar winner said was “a collection of unseen outtakes in the vault” and attempting to “balance between the sad and the funny.”

The track itself is an undeniable achievement. A seamless, soaring ballad, with the posthumous voice of
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Photo: Beatles – Now and Then | From the Facebook page for the song

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