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Let It Be was officially The Beatles' last album. Although most of the songs were initially recorded in January 1969 –before the recording of Abbey Road in September 1969– only Get Back and Don't Let Me Down were released on single later that April '69, and the rest of the recordings left unpublished due to The Beatles' busy schedule and personal difficulties in the band-/production-team. When The Beatles finally decided they would split up, the unreleased material was prepared… read more



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  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    Let It Be... Naked is just kind of a cash-in, IMO. Phil Spector is a nutjob murderer, but he's also a musical genius. The recording sessions for this album were an unmitigated disaster and he was able to cut together a great record out of that clusterfuck. Are some of his embellishments superfluous? Sure, and you can criticize Spector all you want for adding strings and so forth, but bear in mind there wouldn't even have BEEN an album without him, so to release a version of the album that supposedly presents the album the way the band envisioned it is disingenuous, because there really WASN'T a vision for the album, which is why the recordings were abandoned and the sessions ended.
  • Avatar for VadiushaKomarov
    rating 8.5/10
  • Avatar for OcellatedGod
    Let It Be... Naked is better. [4]
  • Avatar for enxe3
  • Avatar for GhostHaunted
    Всегда буду видеть Боярского вместо Харрисона на обложке лол
  • Avatar for LeandroViotto
    Dig a Pony!!
  • Avatar for Clemente96
    leribííí, leribííí, leribííííí, leribííí
  • Avatar for Abomination317
    It's basically the Beatles doing their pre-Rubber Soul era... and only doing it slightly better.
  • Avatar for peki39
    IMHO the best album by the grand beatles.

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