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Let It Be [VINYL]

Let It Be [VINYL]

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FYI, here is a handy list of the markings from each of the Capitol pressing plants: It was Sam Feldman who also scribbled the words “Phil + Ronnie” on the dead wax. In April 1969, the Beatles issued the single Get Back, after which engineer Glyn Johns prepared and submitted mixes of the album – then titled Get Back and subsequently rejected – that were widely bootlegged before release. We are available to book for live shows and events, as well as bespoke licensed music for videos, commercials, TV, film and more. The Super Deluxe Vinyl Special Edition slipcase box set houses 4 LPs, a 12" EP, and a 105-page hardbound book in slipcase. By the way, the “IAM” in the triangle stands for the International Association of Machinists Union whose workers ran the pressing plant).

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our site, provide personalised content and advertising, analyse our traffic, and ensure you see more of what you love. All the new ‘Let It Be’ releases feature the new stereo mix of the album as guided by the original “reproduced for disc” version by Phil Spector and sourced directly from the original session and rooftop performance eight-track tapes. It was released on 8 May 1970, almost a month after the group’s public break-up, in tandem with the documentary of the same name. My album has on side 1- Phil+Ronnie, JS-17,500-15, with 3 small dots under the 15 and a large one next to it, a 2 on it’s back, the bell sound stamp, sf stamp, and an *. The ‘Let It Be’ album has been newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell in stereo.On 09/09/09 (Number Nine, Number Nine, Number Nine) the album was re-released as part of the Beatles "In Stereo Remasters" collection. maybe it was seen through rose tinted glasses when I was teen but looking at it now it really is shameful pap. This album has been prepared using the 2009 digital remasters which had been created from the original stereo analogue master tapes.

There is further weakening to the inner parts of the box, some creasing and small tears where the book sits in the recess, but this is the norm for this design of box and copies that have not shown any age distressing are almost mythical and very rarely seen these days. Although many criticised this album for what it's not (especially coming after Abbey Road)it shows the group as they are at the time, fragmenting all the while still making great music. Following on from the global success of ‘Abbey Road’, Apple Corps and USM are proud to present the next multi-format Beatles album reissue of ‘Let It Be’. From then, the project lay in limbo as they moved onto the recording of Abbey Road, released that September. Actually conceived as a project before the recording of their penultimate album Abbey Road, various inter band squabbles and the temporary departure of George Harrison meant that it wasn't finished by 1970 at which point Phil Spector had been drafted in to slather strings all over it.

An asterisk ” * ” means it was pressed at the Los Angeles plant…a triangular symbol with a line coming out the pointed end means it was pressed in Winchester Virginia. still wIaiting for I will play anything you want or I wont play at all oroginal remstered film is stereo on DVD love the granny bit out on The Row I can't stand what it's all about.

The USA pressing went one stage further with this colour change as the labels had a red apple full and sliced. I believe it is a legit pressing as everything I have found online to identify true pressings notes it as such, BUT it is missing the "Phil + Ronnie" etching. The former was issued as a single in March 1970, and like all the album’s recording to this point, was produced by George Martin.In January 1970, the remaining Beatles finished the album with the completion of Let It Be and I Me Mine. They then decamped to their new studio in their Apple office building in Saville Row and on January 30th performed their last ever live group performance on the rooftop. He omitted Don’t Let Me Down (the B-side of the Get Back single) and instead included a 1968 take of Across the Universe. Non-legitimate copies also have “Phil + Ronnie” scratched in the play-out area of the disc but the writing is much smaller.

I have a Let It Be album with all of the earmarks of a US original EXCEPT instead of the IAM indicator there is an asterisk. Not particularly valued on release, it has gained traction over the years most likely when listeners realised the sort of music the four members would make solo. Hi karin_templin, you could check the releases The Beatles - Let It Be, The Beatles - Let It Be, The Beatles - Let It Be, The Beatles - Let It Be , The Beatles - Let It Be, The Beatles - Let It Be.Language - Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description. The project then yielded a single public concert held impromptu on the studio’s rooftop on 30 January, from which three of the album’s tracks were drawn. This version sounds awesome, I’ve compared to multiple records, and I thought this one sounded best. The British pressing is a real collector's item for every record collector who collects all the rock records from the 60s to 90s! Products labelled '*item fulfilled by Exertis on behalf of hmv' will be supplied to you directly by Exertis via their approved couriers.

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