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The Beatles - Let It Be - The Movie FLAC

The Beatles - Let It Be - The Movie FLAC
The Beatles
Let It Be - The Movie
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1The Long And Winding Road
2Dig A Pony
3I've Got A Feeling
4You Really Got A Hold On Me
5Let It Be
6One After 909
7Two Of Us
8Dig It
9Get Back
10For You Blue
11Shake Rattle And Roll
12Don't Let Me Down
13Get Back Reprise


Hear the "Apple studio performances" and the "Rooftop Concert" as reproduced for this disc in Hi-Fi Stereo


Let It Be is a 1970 British documentary film starring the Beatles and directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg. The film documents the group rehearsing and recording songs for their twelfth and final studio album Let It Be, in January 1969. The film includes an unannounced rooftop concert by the group, their last public performance. Released just after the album in May 1970, Let It Be is the final original Beatles release. Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg. Stars: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Billy Preston. premiere, in New York City theaters. The film, which was shot in January 1969, was originally intended to be a TV special called Get Back featuring the group rehearsing for their fi. The documentary film Let It Be gives an unparalleled insight into the Beatles getting back to basics at Twickenham and at their own recording studios in Savile Row. It spans two weeks of recording of what was to be their final album, Let It Be. A highlight of the film is their legendary gig on the roof of the Apple Building. The sound of their music attracts hundreds of people in the streets below. Filmed on 30 January 1969, at the Beatles' rooftop concert at Apple in London. Footage used in the film Let It Be. The Beatles' rooftop concert was the final public performance of the. See full summary . Let It Be is a film starring The Beatles, showing them recording their two albums, Let It Be, and Abbey Road, although Abbey Road was released before both the movie and album that would go by the name of Let It Be. The film was filmed in 1969 during the recording of the afformentioned albums. It has been kept from being distributed on DVD by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and the estates of John Lennon and George Harrison, as it shows the Beatles getting on each others' nerves and arguing. However, it. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Let It Be Remastered 2009 The Beatles Let It Be 2009 Calderstone Productions Limited a division movie, which captured the making of The Beatles' final studio album, is set for a special anniversary re-release in 2020. By Sam Moore. 19th September 2018. The Beatles. Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the movie also includes the iconic footage from January 1969 of The Beatles final-ever public performance on the rooftop of Apple Corps HQ in central London. McCartney has now disclosed that there are plans afoot to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the film in 2020 with a special DVDBlu-Ray release. On the basis of the Beatles swan-song 1970 film Let It Be, the albums sessions were downright morose. While the idea was to show the group performing live, creating music on the spot, as nature intended. with the many hours of unused Let It Be footage. An entirely different, much more cheerful narrative will be presented in Jacksons forthcoming film, on the basis of a several-minute-long preview that was screened for an invite-only audience during Universal Music Groups Grammy weekend showcase. 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. Manager Allen Klein oversaw the Let It Be album and documentary film of the same name, squeezing out the last remaining drops of a bands unity that had gone well past its sell-by-date. Despite being loved by Beatles fans the world over, Lennon once described the record as the sh est load of badly recorded s . 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. PagesPublic figureMusicianBandThe Beatles HitsVideosThe Beatles. Let It Be. Full Movie