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Let It Be is the twelfth and final studio album by the English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 8 May 1970, almost a month after the group's break-up, in tandem with the motion picture of the same name. Like most of the band's previous releases, the album topped record charts in many countries, including both the US and the UK. However, the critical response was generally unfavourable, and Let It Be came to be regarded as one of the most controversial rock albums ever. Today is the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles final album, Let It Be. I suppose kind of like they do these days on unplugged except you know it wasnt to be unplugged it was to do a live album. Let It Be. The final Beatles album was first released on 8th May, 1970, just prior to the launch of the cinema film of the same name. Rehearsals and recording sessions for the album had taken place in January, 1969 first At Twickenham Film Studios and later in the basement and on the roof of their Apple headquarters in London's Savile Row. Up to now the idea behind the album had been to capture the group live in the studio without overdubs or effects but this changed when producer, Phil Spector was brought in to re-produce the tracks. The Beatles - Let It Be Original 35mm Widescreen Theatre Print - Stereo Audio. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 1970 13 Songs. Conceived by McCartney as an effort to reclaim the bands marital groove, Let It Be presented The Beatles not as an elaborate studio art project but as four guys making music together in a room. You can listen to Let it Be here: . George in 1994. Released on this day in 1970, rehearsals and recordings for the album took place in January 1969 in Twickenham Film Studios, and then in the basement studio and on the rooftop of the bands offices in Savile Row, London. The whole Let It Be project was really to see work in progress to see the Beatles working. The Beatles last album to be released, Let It Be was mostly recorded in early 1969, prior to Abbey Road. The music was produced by George Martin, and was then prepared for release in 1970 by Phil Spector. The plan, vague as it was in the early stages, was to perform one or more live shows, but with an added dimensions of a television show and record release. The January 1969 sessions began as rehearsals for a concert which was to be filmed, which they hoped would yield enough suitable material for an album. LET IT BE marks its 50th anniversary today, but left to The Beatles and their final album wouldn't have seen the light of day. Today marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles final studio album Let It Be. But, of course, their last record also marks their break-up and the disputes between the Fab Four in the run-up to its release. The movie will also include the bands entire 42-minute final live performance, which took place on the roof of Apples Savile Row London office, completely restored. Jackson recently directed First World War documentary They Shall Not Grow Old. For that film, the filmmaker and his team restored colourised and added sound to the original Edwardian footage. The Beatles started recording Let It Be as a series of jam sessions in early 1969 at Twickenham Film Studios in London, coming off a fruitful creative period of more experimental fare like Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1967 and the critically acclaimed The White Album 1968. They were originally going to call it Get Back. So, they got back into the studio and recorded live, with the idea of making a documentary about the process. But Let It Be is not without its high points. The majority of the album's 12 songs were written by either John Lennon or Paul McCartney, who were rivals in songwriting and spurred each other on, Freiman says

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