Let It Be


Let It Be
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Artist: The Beatles
Released: 1970, 8 May
Labels: Apple / Parlophone
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Average song rating Two of Us (McCartney) - 3:27 Lyrics
Average song rating Dig a Pony (Lennon) - 3:54 Lyrics
Average song rating Across the Universe (Lennon) - 3:49 Lyrics
Average song rating I Me Mine (Harrison) - 2:26 Lyrics
Average song rating Dig It (Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, Starr) - 0:50 Lyrics
Average song rating Let It Be (McCartney) - 4:03 Lyrics
Average song rating Maggie Mae (Traditional, arranged by the Beatles) - 0:41 Lyrics
Average song rating I've Got a Feeling (Lennon, McCartney) - 3:38 Lyrics
Average song rating One After 9 0 9 (Lennon) - 2:55 Lyrics
Average song rating 10  The Long and Winding Road (McCartney) - 3:38 Lyrics
Average song rating 11  For You Blue (Harrison) - 2:33 Lyrics
Average song rating 12  Get Back (McCartney) - 3:07 Lyrics
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Producers: George Martin, Phil Spector
Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Glyn Johns
Photography: Ethan Russell
Design: John Kosh

George Harrison: Vocals, Guitar
John Lennon: Vocals, Guitar, Organ
Paul McCartney: Vocals, Bass, Piano
Ringo Starr: Drums, Vocals, Maracas

George Martin: Piano
Billy Preston: Organ, Electric Piano


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7/10 Andrew Creamer (November 28, 2006)
Phil Spector\'s touch was not easily erased with the \"Let It Be - Naked\" release; many tracks on this posthumous Beatles album still sound better with his omniscent production stylings. Damn the topedoes - Spector worked his magic on this one yet again.
7/10 Bruce Beatlefan (July 20, 2005)
When one listens to "Two of Us", "For You Blue", or "One after 909" it's awfully hard to believe that this is a disintegrating group whose members were so embittered against one another..."Dig a Pony" is quite an enjoyable rocker..."Across the Universe" is John's greatest lyric since "Help", and a beautiful haunting melody...Paul's three number ones are magnificent. "I Me Mine" is a good rocker although in the midst of George's preachy phase..."I've got a Feeling" is great. Heck I even sing along enthusiastically with "Dig It" and "Maggie Mae". If any other group had done this album I would give it the five star treatment, but it was in fact a little thin for the Beatles.

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