Let It Be [Remastered]

Let It Be [Remastered]

by The Beatles

CD(Remastered / Special Edition / Enhanced / Digi-Pak)

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/09/2009
Label: Capitol
UPC: 0094638247227
catalogNumber: 82472
Rank: 2709

Tracks

  1. Two Of Us
  2. Dig A Pony
  3. Across The Universe
  4. I Me Mine
  5. Dig It
  6. Let It Be
  7. Maggie Mae
  8. I've Got A Feeling
  9. One After 909
  10. The Long And Winding Road
  11. For You Blue
  12. Get Back
  13. Let It Be Documentary

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Beatles   Primary Artist

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Let It Be [Remastered] 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
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DarkLotusICP4life More than 1 year ago
awesome amazing album by the beatles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
historianWI More than 1 year ago
Some music snobs like to cut this album down and fault Phil Spector for overproduction. He did a great job of helping to refine, enhance and finish some great raw material by four good musicians who were too childish and self-centered to get along at this stage of their career.He should be given credit for finishing the job. After hearing the "naked" versions of these songs, we should admit that the strings Spector added to Across the Universe and the Long and Winding Road added to the beauty of the music. Although Ringo was the only Beatle not on an ego trip in the late 60's, George Harrison has one of his most thoughtful chord progressions here on I Me Mine, and the song Two of Us provides a refreshing duet where Paul and John are working together like a team. Let It Be has a much more finished sound than the sloppy White Album, and the lyrics are better than much of Abbet Road. There is no way to top earlier albums from the 60's like Revolver, or the Beach boys Pet Sounds or the 5D album by the Byrds. However, this album is much more musical than any of the garbage that other bands have called music since then. Phil Spector and all 4 of the Beatles deserve respect for working together to make Let It Be one of the best but underestimated albums to end the 60's.
Heavyoak More than 1 year ago
recommended!
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