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Editors’ Notes

The group's final studio release was actually recorded before Abbey Road, but was set aside and then released a few weeks after the band's decision to split had been made official. Here, the group worked on recording with no studio effects or overdubbing of additional instruments or vocals. Their intention was to perform the songs live and capture them directly on tape. This approach provides soulful urgency in "Dig a Pony" and "I've Got a Feeling" (both aired during the band's final rooftop concert). The album also unearths some of The Beatles' rock 'n' roll roots with tracks such as "Get Back" and "One After 909." Famed producer Phil Spector was eventually brought in, adding his own signature layers of sound to several songs, including two of the band's most popular ballads — the title track and "The Long and Winding Road." This remastered iTunes LP version of Let It Be contains a mini-documentary on the album as well as liner notes and photos.

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For years I had considered iTunes to be the most complete music library in the whole wide world... until I discovered it had no Beatles music. It was such a SHAME, really, for not having music of the world's most perfect band in your library.

Thank you iTunes for bringing us such good music. Better late than never, huh ?

Long live The Beatles!!!

The Sound of Almost Silence

This is the most emotional album the Beatles ever produced- you can hear the love the band had for each other while they simultaneously fell apart at the seams.
In their last studio album, all the peace, regret and passion for their time together comes out. Every track on Let it Be is a classic, most of all the title song and Across the Universe. And by the time the strains of the Long and Winding Road hit you, you'll fully realize that The Beatles came a long, long way with the formation of rock music, and this album is the best way ever to say goodbye.

Falling apart, coming together

The blood was bad between the boys during the entire recording of this project, but the music rose above any petty differences and changes in life direction. The songs are strong, raw and unforgettable. The Beatles were showing you themselves, "...warts and all," and the listener feels a closeness to the band that wasn't possible with previous slick studio albums. It's one of my favorite albums from the lads and I only hope that the Let It Be documentary will be released soon.


Formed: 1957 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s

So much has been said and written about the Beatles -- and their story is so mythic in its sweep -- that it's difficult to summarize their career without restating clichés that have already been digested by tens of millions of rock fans. To start with the obvious, they were the greatest and most influential act of the rock era, and introduced more innovations into popular music than any other rock band of the 20th century. Moreover, they were among the few artists of any discipline that were simultaneously...
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