Let It Be

Release date
5 Dec 1995
Running length
12 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Two of Us 3:33 322,643
2 Dig a Pony 3:51 300,387
3 Across the Universe 3:27 569,485
4 I Me Mine 2:24 309,322
5 Dig It 0:49 232,609
6 Let It Be 3:51 961,179
7 Maggie Mae 0:37 243,812
8 I've Got a Feeling 3:35 304,660
9 One After 909 2:51 281,051
10 The Long and Winding Road 3:36 497,000
11 For You Blue 2:29 272,854
12 Get Back 3:05 695,075

About this album

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only Get Back and Don’t Let Me Down were released on single later that April ‘69, and the rest of the recordings left unpublished due to The Beatles’ busy schedule and personal difficulties in the band-/production-team.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 for release with producer Phil Spector. He most prominently added the orchestral arrangement on The Long and Winding Road. Furthermore the legendary rooftop-recordings of Dig a Pony and Get Back, and the last ever Beatles studio recording –I Me Mine– were added to complete the set of tracks that would be released as The Last Beatles Album: Let It Be …
In 2003 a not-produced-by-Phil-Spector reissue of Let It Be was published as Let It Be… Naked under supervision of Paul McCartney featuring various alternate takes, and a more modest sound production.

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  • enxe3


    7 Jan 6:20pm Reply
  • GhostHaunted

    Всегда буду видеть Боярского вместо Харрисона на обложке лол

    4 Jan 1:17pm Reply
  • LeandroViotto

    Dig a Pony!!

    3 Aug 2014 Reply
  • Clemente96

    leribííí, leribííí, leribííííí, leribííí

    16 Apr 2014 Reply
  • Abomination317

    It's basically the Beatles doing their pre-Rubber Soul era... and only doing it slightly better.

    17 Mar 2014 Reply
  • peki39

    IMHO the best album by the grand beatles.

    9 Dec 2013 Reply
  • beatles_1940

    two of us the best

    4 Sep 2013 Reply
  • treradical

    no such thing as a bad beatles album imo. this one has some of my favorite beatles songs on it, especially the title track.

    26 Jun 2013 Reply
  • footballjosh

    Let It Be Naked is better [3]

    19 Jan 2013 Reply
  • Porculus

    When will they finally release the originally intended Get Back album? It should take the same place in the band's discography as Smile Sessions did in The Beach Boys'.

    2 Dec 2012 Reply
  • bernlin2000

    Might not be their technically best album, but it's my favorite just for being the one I most enjoy as a whole.

    30 Nov 2012 Reply
  • greenvillepa


    18 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Akayz7

    this is the most heartfelt album they did, well... them and Phil Spector.

    16 Oct 2012 Reply
  • Gedankee

    Let It Be Naked is better [2]

    11 Oct 2012 Reply
  • RockBottomRiser

    Amazing album! Fact!

    22 Aug 2012 Reply
  • johnemanuelbrol

    dejalo asi es el ultimo disco que salio de los beatles ,aunque se grabó antes que abbey road, el albun tiene una cierta melancolia,los duos de john y paul ,ya no tenian esa energia de temas anteriores.la pelicula ,que narra la grabacion de un disco ,es una disputa constante de discursiones entre los miembros,cada uno por su lado ,y la verdad ,que no hay un un espiritu de version de letit be naked vergrupo,es todo desolador ,aunque el concierto final de la terraza amortigua ,las tensiones de los componentes,,el trabajo que no se termino se lo encargaron a phill spector..un mago de la producion,y el trabajo final .fue polemico,porque algun miembro no quedo muy conforme con algun tema...pero resulta que paul que fue discordante de sus temas producido por spector,,,no logro en su version de naked lograr superar a la version de 1970

    18 Aug 2012 Reply
  • shug94

    @Lone_Wolf everything is a competition. And The Beatles win! ... ... ... ... Seriously though, I think a lot of people get a lot of enjoyment from comparison of art. And compilation of lists. It is just another way to appreciate your music collection.

    25 May 2012 Reply
  • Lone__Wolf

    phrases like "best beatle album" comes out from those who discovered The Beatles very recently and most of them are young people. and to them.... everything is comparable and there has to be an absolute "best" of the best". Kids you should learn this before listening to music like the beatles or watching films like Apocalypse Now. You Can not compare art. it's not a competition.

    22 Apr 2012 Reply
  • taxman

    Let It Be Naked is better

    15 Apr 2012 Reply
  • silverlage

    Whats the problem?...t7b

    25 Feb 2012 Reply
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