Let It Be... Naked

The Beatles - Let It Be... Naked
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Based on 29 ratings
2003 Ratings: #56
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November 17, 2003 / Release Date
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If you think the original is better, I can't talk Beatles with you. Paul McCartney produced this incredibly well and knew exactly what he wanted this album to sound like. The song choices, their order in the tracklist, and the stripped-down versions he used were all sonically better than the original project.
Don't Let Me Down is on this version
That makes it instantly better than the original
Now this...this is beautiful.
Macca was disappointed with Phil Spector's touch on the last Beatles' album and 33 years later, he finds the time, with extreme comfort and without the other members of the band, for his own, naked version.
50 years ago, on April 10, 1970, Paul McCartney announced his departure from the Beatles. This date is considered the symbolic end of the band - although Lennon has already announced his departure for the other members shortly after the release of Abbey Road and McCartney's lawsuit for the dissolution of the Beatles' contractual partnership did not take place until December 31, 1970.
Among the many reasons that led to the breakup of The Beatles, an important one was the controversy over the ... read more
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