Let It Be [Remastered]

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 077774644723
  • Catalog Number: 46447

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Beatles Primary Artist
George Harrison Guitar, Vocals
John Lennon Guitar, Vocals
Paul McCartney Bass, Vocals
Ringo Starr Drums, Vocals
Technical Credits
George Harrison Composer
John Lennon Composer
Paul McCartney Composer
Ringo Starr Composer
George Martin Producer
Glyn Johns Engineer
Alan Rouse Liner Notes
Kevin Howlett Liner Notes
Steve Rooke Remastering
Guy Massey Remastering
Sam O'Kell Remastering
Drew Lorimer Redesign
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    this is the best

    all songs are very very good to hear , and the best band of the whole wide world. the best there is , the best there was, and the best the BEATLES will be.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 19, 2011

    An Iconic Masterpiece - You'll Listen to this 100 Times !

    This is one of The Beatles' best works and one of my favorites. I was 14 yrs. old the first time I bought this album. It was the summer of 1971 in San Francisco at The Tower Records store. Nixon was in The White House and it seemed like you could feel evolution as it was happening.The world was changing every day and every minute and so were The Beatles. But they seemed ahead of everything else with the songs on this album. Each one to be a classic, with it's own meaning or perhaps it was us that gave each tune our own personal meaning and now all these years later, our own memories.
    For new Beatle fans this is an iconic must have, and a must to listen to well over a 100 times. Then you listen to it 100 more times and your favorites will pick you, not the other way around.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    More filler than usual

    There are some great songs here but more than the usual number of fillers. But the good songs make it a must have album.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Disappointing, especially for a final album.

    I am a die-hard Beatles fan, and I have been for as long as I could remember. Yesterday, I bought the Beatles's self-titled, (the White Album) and "Let it Be." I had mixed views on "The White Album," though I begun to listen to it more today, and I understand more of the concept of it now. However, "Let it Be" was sort of disappointing for me, especially for the Beatles's last album. It sounded like they were going back to their Hamburg years when they were still unknown lads from Liverpool trying to make it in the music business, covering songs from popular artists at the time. The songs sounded too old-fashioned for the time the album came out, which was in the early seventies. On the bright side however, the Beatles had their fair share of some decently well-done songs on this album, including "Across the Universe," (one of my personal favorites) and "Let it Be." On the other hand, the rest of the album was quite a shock to me. Didn't appeal to me at all. But, I've been attempting to collect all the Beatles albums for the past couple of months, but it doesn't hurt to add this album to your collection.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    How Not To Produce An Album

    When Phil Spector got a hold of "Let It Be" he had a vision. Unfortunately that vision had nothing to do with what the Beaatles were all about. This Album has some of the Beatle Greatest songs but they are messed up by Phil Spector's lavish production putting strings and female voices in the backing. If you want to hear the songs the way they were meant to be then listen to "Let It Be ... naked" and skip the Phil Spector version.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    This is a new phase Beatles album... essential to the content of the film, Let It Be was that they performed live for many of the tracks. In comes the warmth and the freshness of a live performance, as reproduced for disc by Phil Spector.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Original is Still the Best!

    I have already stated several reasons why I prefer the original version of Let it Be to Let it Be. . .Naked so I will not repeat myself here. I refer you to that review for the full report. Suffice it to say, that Paul McCartney's attempt to strip away the Phil Spector touches from this record do not do it justice. In other words, I prefer the original Let it Be for the same reasons that McCartney hates it. This is the Beatles' most underated album and it serves as a fitting coda to their career (Though Let it Be was the last Beatles' album released, it was recorded before Abbey Road and held back to coincide with the release of the film). The swirling orchestral moves and choral sounds on "The Long & Winding Road" add a level of poignancy to the song, especially considering what was happening to the band as they were recording it and considering that it ended up being their last #1 single before the breakup, that the stripped down version lacks. "Across the Universe" also benefits from Spector's touch giving the song a mystical, almost otherworldly, quality. Spector also transforms "Let it Be" into a modern day hymn which gives more credibility to McCartney's lyrics and vocal performance. Lennon & McCartney harmonize well on the Everly Brothers influenced "Two of Us," all the more remarkable given the growing tension between them. I would have preferred the extended single version of "Get Back" but the abrupt ending and humorous comment by Lennon at the end of the album version endear it to the listener nonetheless. In fact, the humor displayed on the original version is one of the main reasons I prefer it to Naked where the absecence of such gives the latter an air of formality and sterility that is not in evidence on any Beatles record. Overall, you will have to decide for yourself which you like better. Let it Be. . .Naked is not a complete disappointment, but for my money nothing beats the original. It was a fine ride indeed!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The most artfully made Beatles album

    Many people don't understand this album and it's production. This album was created to be more than just a Beatles music. It is a work of art including the production. Take a good listen to Dig a Pony or I'be got a feeling for example. It could be described as "higer level of music". Most people never been able reach understanding of this level, the ones that do are rewarded with a form of art which can be compared to Picasso master pieces and other extraordinary artists. Inded it has been produced in rather raw yet artistic form which puts emphasis on the piece of art more than on the melody it's self. No other albums from other has achieved this level as yet. This album needs to be viewed as a masterpiece not just as music to be understud.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    not the best, but still good

    It's kind of obvious that the Beatles didn't intend to put out this album because if they did they would have put a lot more work into it. This album would have been a lot better if Phil Spector hadn't added all the other effects into each of the songs. With some songs (like "Let It Be" and "The Long and Winding Road") the effects were okay. With other songs though (like "Across the Universe," "One After 909", and especially "I Me Mine") the added features were awful and ruined the songs. I much prefer the new "Let It Be...Naked" album over the original.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Mediocre Beatles is still better than most other bands' crowning acheivements

    Let it Be may not be on anyone's 'favorite Beatles album' list, but it's still very good. Any album with "Let it Be", "Get Back" and "Across the Universe" is worthy in my book. Even the Phil Spector-ization is alright - it helped make some of the songs more listenable, albeit schmaltz in the case of "the Long and Winding Road". The only thing I thought was really wrong with the original LP was the omission of "Don't Let Me Down" (which now found its way to the 'Naked' Let it Be, at least)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hmmmm......

    Perhaps not their best, but maybe not their worst either. There's no doubt that Phil Spector overhauled The Long and Winding Road, I mean, those strings give it a terrible, sappy quality that I do not like. Also, the material here is kinda weak...especially Dig a Pony, one of the worst Beatles songs of all time. Don't get me wrong, I love the Beatles...but this just doesn't live up to albums such as Sgt. Pepper

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Best

    Having listened to the Beatles all my life and having my first Beatle Album, A Hard Days Night at 4 years old I've been a Beatle freak ever since. My father purchased Let It Be for me the day it came out, it had a book with it in a package that looked like a four album set. Anyway every song on this record is amazing. Dispite all the negitive reviews concerning it's over production on a few of the songs, even from the Beatles themselves, I still think this is the best album the Beatles ever made. The material was just so strong with Let it Be, The Long & Winding Road, I Dig a Pony & Get Back how can you go wrong. I do look forward to the new stripped down CD also.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Beatles: Let It Be

    There are some who say that this is the weakest Beatles record ever. Well, if they have one, it certainly wouldn't be this classic. Let It Be, Across The Universe, The Long and Winding Road, Two Of Us: with those songs alone you have the makings of a masterpiece. Still, this album does have one weak song, but it's not bad at all: I've Got A Feeling. It's a very good song, but not particularly up to the Beatle standard. No matter what anyone else says, buy this album. Across The Universe is a truly beautiful song.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Let It Be- The Beatles-

    Let It Be is an excellent display of the talents of our beloved John, Paul, George and Ringo. The balance between the different sounds and styles in music is phenominal. The simple sound of guitars in "Two Of Us" and piano keys in "Let It Be" is complimented by the heavier sound of "Get Back". This is a true masterpiece

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    classic

    er, i don't think this album was mauled by phil spector and his trademark sound adds a new demension to the beatles' catalog as a whole. classic album, no reason to like one song over the other. all is good...let's not forget they were using reel-to-reel and spring reverbs in those days. the production ain't bad for an album recorded in real time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE FAB FOUR IS STILL FAB!

    I'm a huge Beatle maniac. This album is one of my favorites, beside Abbey Road. The Beatles music is timeless...Buy this album today!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I've got a feeling...

    Look people, don't let all these bad reviews scare you; this album is a gem. Though the album was a bit heavy on the dubbing, it was very good. Its funny how the album was supposed to have no over dubbing but they did it anyway. I think the version of Let it Be on this album (with the regular lead guitar solo) is better than the other version with that weird guitar that you hear everywhere. Look, just get it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Listener: 15-Year-Old Beatle and George Harrison fan

    I really like this album because it has that live feeling to it, and since I'll NEVER get to see them perform live, this is the second best thing. Also, the songs on this album are just great. For example, every time I hear Let It Be I get goosbumps, and I Me Mine has got to be one of George's best songs. That opening guitar to that song is just as good as a guitar solo in a Carlos Santana song! I also think that The Long and Winding Road is just a beautiful yet sort of a sad song, because it's as if he's saying good bye to his fellow band mates, because remember this was towards the end of their time together as a band, and like another listener that has already commented, I think For You Blue is a very cute, fun song that is just totatlly different from your typical Lennon/McCartney song, but every song that George ever wrote during that time was always different from the typical Beatle song. I feel that this is a great and very emotional album, and I feel that every Beatle fan should at least have it and hear it. Every song on here is just great, like all thier albums, so you can't go wrong.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    best song

    let it be is the best beatles song i ever heard also there are 2 songs that like i like get back and the long a winding road from beatles 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Harrison shows his own

    I believe this albums beauty lies within Harrison. My favorite track For You Blue is incredible. The shear brilliance, that bluesy twang and live cut feel make for a lush full tone. Let It Be is the song that sticks in everyones mind but with all the tension and arguing over this album the simple fact is Harrison stayed the course. Like all Beatle albums he did his part and more. As a lover of music I think anyone who is going to listen to this album should just concentrate on the Harrison tracks.

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