AudiophilePhiljohn lennonist and Craig Slowinski like this. Location: London, UK. For years, I had only ever heard the Naked version. As it happens. I watched the LIB film for the first time ever yesterday. It was good fun, especially after they escaped the misery of Twickenham Studios. Anyway, I think the dialogue snatches and the joke songs on the album work to make it a sort of a sort of souvenir of the film. If only they could have found room on the original album for Don't Let Me Down.
Orthogonian BluesMay 24, Location: United Kingdom. I prefer Naked by a considerable margin. Leon TallisMay 24, Location: Orstraya. LongersMay 24, Location: City of Angels. But not all three. I went with Beatles and Paul's solo album.
Took me a couple of years to get ATMP. Location: Devon. The original release is perfect as it is, EvethingandnothingMay 24, Location: New England. For all the talk about what should or should not have been done with Let It BeI find the album title ironic. Last edited: May 24, JerryMay 24, Location: Dorchester, Dorset, England. The songs are crisper, they have more bite and energy. And he added orchestration only to those songs which suited it.
MumbojunkMay 24, Paul WLongers and Evethingandnothing like this. JamieCMay 24, Location: Skowhegan, ME. I enjoy orchestrated pop and always have, so I really like this release.
Inside were photographs taken while the band rehearsed and recorded songs for the album. They were also filming proceedings for the film Let It Be. In the UK the Album) was released in a deluxe box set and came with a glossy, thick book with many more photographs taken during the recording sessions by Ethan Russell, along with dialogue from the film. To help begin The Beatles - Let It Be (Vinyl identify if you have a Album) US pressing or a fake we need to look at a number of key identifying elements on the cover, and also on the record itself.
The first of the telltale signs is on the front cover. This is a close-up of the image of George Harrison.
Notice how it is clear and the skin tones of his face are natural, The Beatles - Let It Be (Vinyl. Notice the difference between this close-up of George Harrison and the previous slide. This is a fake copy of the LP. You LP see that the skin tones are grainy and do not look natural at all.
Also, the white borders around each photograph are wider on the counterfeit copy than on the original. The Let It Be album was actually a soundtrack album to the film of the same name, and so in the US the record was being distributed by the United Artists company not Capitol Records. To signify this in the US they gave it red Apple logos on the rear cover and also on the labels.
This is a close-up of the red Apple on the rear cover and it's how a genuine copy of the record should look.
This is a close-up of the logo on a counterfeit copy. Notice that the Apple is quite dark and very red. Now we turn to the vinyl record. There are a number of key indicators that will tell you if your copy is real, or a fake. Firstly, those red Apple labels. This is Side 1 of a genuine pressing of the LP.
Notice that the Apple is a rich red color and the background is dark. Depending on which US pressing plant they were made some labels will have a glossy look, others not so. But they should all be rich in color like this one. By contrast the labels on the counterfeit look pale and washed out. The quality of the printing is just not there.
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