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Maggie Mae 8. I've Got A Feeling 9. One After The Long And Winding Road While Let It Be was initially meant to be a return to simplicity, Phil Spector's later involvement he was brought in to "reproduce" the tracks, adding extra voices and instruments to thicken arrangements and remix the record, a decision made without McCartney's input killed that angle.
Organizational chaos aside, the sessions were painful. We all know what it feels like to be around people we don't like for days on end; if reality television has taught us anything, it's that a camera crew in a room Album) of such people does nothing to ease tension. The Album) the Beatles spent recording and filming was described by all as supremely unpleasant, despite a later uptick when they'd returned to finish up at Abbey Road. And when they finished, LP, no one really liked what they'd laid down on tape.
So not surprisingly, the essential nature of Let It Be is that it feels incomplete LP fragmented; it's a difficult album to peg because the Beatles were never sure themselves what they wanted it to be. So One After 909 - The Beatles - Let It Be (Vinyl best way to approach it is as a collection of songs by guys who still were churning out classics with some regularity. It may not succeed on the level of the Beatles' previous albums, but there's enough good material to make it a worthy entry in their canon.
Outside of the title track, there's little here that feels consequential to the Beatles' legacy. The swampy "I've Got a Feeling", possibly reflecting McCartney's recent interest in Canned Heat, is intriguing because it sounds so classic rock 70s.
And Lennon's "Across the Universe", recorded during the White Album sessions and sounding like it was beamed in from somewhere else, has a certain ringing brilliance.
For balance, there's "Dig a Pony" and the boogieing "One After ", the latter actually written by Lennon and McCartney as kids in the fifties. Still, for plenty of good bands, the best of these would be career highlights. Recorded without joy, set aside for months while a better album was assembled, and finally remixed in a way that enraged one of the band's principals, Let It Be finally saw release in May But by that point, the Beatles break-up had been official for several weeks.
There's since been a live album, compilations, digitization, trolls through the archives, and an ocean of ink spilled about this little band that made it very big. And now there are these CD issues, done beautifully. But there never was a proper reunion, and we can assume that there will never be another Beatles.
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