Ultra Live: ‘It was really beautiful’ after the death of the Beatles’ Paul McCartney, says the band’s producer David Byrne

Ultra Live is one of the most popular live concerts ever to take place in the UK.

It was held in the Manchester Arena in 1974, and was the first concert to feature the likes of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

But this year marks the 60th anniversary of the concert and a new documentary has been made about it.

David Byrne and Mark Ronson were among those who took part in the documentary.

“It was beautiful, just beautiful, it was really great,” Byrne told Buzzfeed about the show.

He added: “There was a lot of good music, it just wasn’t a Beatles concert.”

There was something about it that was just really special.

“In the documentary, which was made by the BBC in association with the National Theatre and will air on the BBC iPlayer this Saturday, Byrne and Ronson discuss the day’s events from the perspective of both the audience and the band members who were present.

They also share the experiences of their families.”

We’re not really sure what happened, it must have been an explosion,” Byrne said.

In a clip of the documentary posted to the BBC website, Byrne said the band were “totally wiped out” by the blast.”

They were standing there at that point with their hands up, it’s just so shocking.

“It’s one of those moments when you’re like, ‘You know what, it really does happen, what do we do about it?'”

David Byrne, Mark Renton and Paul McCartney in ‘Ultra Live’.

Ultra Live is the band of the late Fab Four’s first UK tour, which saw them headline the Manchester Royal Albert Hall and play to crowds of thousands.

The documentary follows the band through the night and the aftermath of the blast, with Byrne describing the moment when the band arrived at the arena.

“You know, we got up on the stage and we just walked into the arena,” he said.

There was a bunch of people lying on the floor.” “

And you know, there was just the whole thing.

There was a bunch of people lying on the floor.” 

“We were like, what’s going on?

Where are we?””

We didn’t know where we were, we just sat there and just sat in silence and we kept waiting for them to get up.

“They were like ‘oh we’ve got to go on stage’ and we were like – well we’re just going to be there, we’re not going to do anything, we’ll just sit here and we’ll do our thing.”

And then it was just all of a sudden they got up and started playing and we weren’t even sure where we’d been or what the situation was, and we’d just kind of lost our minds.

“The documentary will also feature interviews with members of the band, the musicians themselves and former members of The Rolling Stone, who spoke about the day.

The whole world changed in a way, there’s just not a lot you can say about it.””

It changed the whole dynamic of the world,” Byrne added.

“The whole world changed in a way, there’s just not a lot you can say about it.”

We are not prepared to comment further at this time,” it added. “

It is deeply concerning that such a tragedy took place, and our thoughts are with the families of those involved.”

“We are not prepared to comment further at this time,” it added.

 In a statement, The Royal Philomathonic said it had offered its full support to the families affected by the attack.

“This was a tragic incident which has touched our hearts and affected the lives of many people.

We are providing all support to those affected by this tragic event and the many others who have been affected by it,” it said.”

Our thoughts are now with those who have lost loved ones, and with those whose lives have been changed by the event.”