AOTY 2018

Let It Be

The Beatles - Let It Be
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
User Score
Based on 328 ratings
1970 Ratings: #30
May 8, 1970 / Release Date
LP / Format
Apple / Label
Phil Spector / Producer
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After a huge streak of revolutionary albums, The Beatles end their career with an album that is just an album. No reinventions that would change the shape of popular music, only good rock songs.
This one got some pretty mixed opinions from the fans and critics (or the closest The Beatles could get to receiving "mixed opinions", at least). If you don't like it you probably blame the mess that were the recording sessions for this album, the production or Yoko. However I think it is in ... read more
Odds and ends, but the best odds and ends of all time. Phil spector can't even ruin this album.
Stand-Out Tracks:
- Across The Universe
- Let It Be
- For You Blue
This is easily the weakest of The Beatles albums and quite a lackluster send off for the Fab Four. You can hear the lack of chemistry between the group throughout the whole record that tells a more interesting story than the album itself. It’s a deteriorating Beatles sound backed by a few tracks that keep it from a negative score.
12. Maggie Mae
11. Dig It
10. For You Blue
9. I've Got a Feeling
8. Two of Us
7. One After 909
6. Across the Universe
5. Dig a Pony
4. Get Back
3. The Long and Winding Road
2. I Me Mine
1. Let it Be
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Track List

  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
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Added on: September 2, 2012