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(the perfect) Let It Be
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Yes, the album version of Let It Be is pretty good as well.  I prefer the guitar solo in Spector's but prefer the production on Martin's single version.  As a general rule, the versions of the rooftop songs on Naked are awful, and they are much better on Spector's album.  However, I think just about everything else sounds better on Naked.

And with SCITTBW, I do see what you're saying about not splitting up the medley.  But I kinda wanted the Anthology 3 version to be on there for some odd reason.

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limitlessundyinglove said

Well, I dunno.  It could be an alternate, longer version or something.  Wouldn't be the first time that there'd be two different versions of a Beatles song.  

When have they ever done multiple versions of songs? (Other than Anthology and Phil Specters LIB mixes)

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Well, there was the single version of Please Please Me , which has Ringo playing the tambourine while the album version has no tambourine (might be a different take too, don't remembera-hard-days-night-ringo-13).  Then there was Help !, where the single version is a different vocal take.  Also, there's the German language versions of I Want To Hold Your Hand and She Loves You .

 

Edit: Forgive me, I have made an egregious error.paul-mccartneyI meant Love Me Do , not Please Please Me .

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Well, there was the single version of Please Please Me , which has Ringo playing the tambourine while the album version has no tambourine (might be a different take too, don't remembera-hard-days-night-ringo-13).  Then there was Help !, where the single version is a different vocal take.  Also, there's the German language versions of I Want To Hold Your Hand and She Loves You .

 

Edit: Forgive me, I have made an egregious error.paul-mccartneyI meant Love Me Do , not Please Please Me .  

Well I guess it would be fine, as long as SCITTBW is till in the Abbey Road medley.

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Yeah, I'd never want to take SCITTBW out of the medley.  It just works really well in it, smack dab in the middle.  However, I think it could work as a track on LIB as well.  And this is all theoretical anyway.a-hard-days-night-george-9I don't think Apple will be releasing a new LIB related project anytime soon.

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@limitlessundyinglove said
Yeah, I'd never want to take SCITTBW out of the medley.  It just works really well in it, smack dab in the middle.  However, I think it could work as a track on LIB as well.  And this is all theoretical anyway.a-hard-days-night-george-9I don't think Apple will be releasing a new LIB related project anytime soon.  

Yeah A3 SCITTBW would work good on LIB .  On a different note, I would like to have had some of the unreleased songs from the Get Back album released, particularly the full cut of Dig It and the Save The Last Dance For Me cover.

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I'm joining the conversation quite late, but I just wanted to say both of those songs (the extended cut of Dig It and Save The Last Dance For Me) are available from various sources on the web, and (in my opinion) are just way too sloppy to ever make it onto a "perfect" version of this album. If they'd stuck to the original concept of releasing a work in progress with wrong-takes and chords etc. it might have worked but they really aren't good tracks even compared to things like Maggie May or Her Majesty . Fun to hear once, I suppose.

 

In my mind I wish they had just jumped in the studio with George Martin a few days after the rooftop concert, put 2 or 3 live takes of each song from the film onto tape and we'd have ended up with a better end product then we got. The fact that the eventual Let It Be release was a mix of rehearsals and an uncomfortable live performance is why we'll never be quite happy with the end product.

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 I'm the type of person who goes into music shops and clean up the Beatles CD section if they're not in the correct spaces.

I have a problem. a-hard-days-night-paul-7  

At our HMV record shops (that are closing for good), they only have select records, so I always put the Beatles LPs up front instead of being buried in the pack!

I too have a problem. a-hard-days-night-paul-11

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My version, with a couple edits here and there, is this:

The Beatles - Get Back
Side One: - Rooftop
01 One After 909 - Let it Be... Naked version with intro chatter from Johns Mix 2 and outro chatter from Let it Be
02 Dig A Pony - Let it Be... Naked version with intro and outro chatter from Let it Be
03 I Me Mine - Let it Be version with intro chatter from Johns Mix 2
04 Don't Let Me Down - single version with intro chatter from Johns Mix 2
05 I've Got A Feeling - Let it Be... Naked version with "Danny Boy" outro from Let it Be
06 Get Back - single version with Let it Be tuning intro and "audition" outro chatter
Side Two: - Studio
07 Two Of Us - Let it Be... Naked version with Let it Be intro chatter
08 For You Blue - Let it Be... Naked version with intro chatter from Let it Be
09 Let It Be - Let it Be... Naked version with intro chatter from Johns Mix 1
10 Teddy Boy - Phil Spector mix edited down to 3'15, with Johns Mix 1 intro and outro chatter
11 All Things Must Pass - Anthology 3 version, slightly remixed
12 The Long And Winding Road - Let it Be... Naked version with intro chatter from Johns Mix 2

Both sides at about 20 minutes each, and some fantastic tunes in their best (IMHO) versions. I Me Mine was included in side 1 mainly because the "live" section was a song short and this is the song that sounds more like it. I'll probably post it in my blog, one of these days

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Good setlist, although I think side 2 should've been the live stuff because that's how they ended the January 1969 sessions as well as the movie, here's my perfect album for Let It Be , called Get Back .

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Side A:

Two Of Us

Instrumentation:

Paul McCartney : Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar (1967 Martin D-28), Piano

John Lennon : Rhythm Guitar (1964 Framus 5/024 Hootenanny), Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster)

Ringo Starr : Drums

Notes:

Album version, starts with Paul's piano piece before going into the "Doris gets her oats" part and then into the normal song

Maxwell's Silver Hammer

Instrumentation:

Paul McCartney : Lead and Backing Vocals, Piano, Lead Guitar (1962 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino), Moog Synthesizer

George Harrison : Bass Guitar (1968 Fender Jazz Bass), Lead Guitar (1957 Gibson Les Paul Standard), Rhythm Guitar (1968 Gibson J-200), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums, Backing Vocals, Anvil

George Martin: Hammond Organ

Across The Universe

Instrumentation:

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar (1965 Martin D-28)

Notes:

Original version at original speed with just John on acoustic guitar and vocals, I feel the song is best suited this way

For You Blue

Instrumentation:

George Harrison : Lead Vocals, Rhythm/Lead Guitar (1968 Gibson J-200)

Paul McCartney : Piano

John Lennon : Lap Steel Guitar

Ringo Starr : Drums

Rip It Up/Shake Rattle And Roll

Instrumentation:

Paul McCartney : Lead Vocals, Piano

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar (1968 Fender Bass VI)

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster)

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Hammond Organ

Dig It

Instrumentation:

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar (1968 Fender Bass VI)

Paul McCartney : Piano, Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Hammond Organ

George Martin: Maracas

Heather McCartney: Backing Vocals

Notes:

Full version

The Long And Winding Road

Instrumentation:

Paul McCartney : Lead Vocals, Piano

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar (1968 Fender Bass VI)

George Harrison : Rhythm Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster)

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Fender Rhodes

Notes:

Doesn't include Phil's overdubs

Let It Be

Instrumentation:

Paul McCartney : Lead and Backing Vocals, Piano, Bass Guitar (1964 Rickenbacker 4001S), Maracas

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1957 Gibson Les Paul Standard), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums, Backing Vocals

Billy Preston: Hammond Organ

Linda McCartney: Backing Vocals

Notes:

Album version

Side B:

Get Back

Paul McCartney : Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar (1963 Hofner 500/1)

John Lennon : Lead Guitar (1965 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino), Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Rhythm Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Fender Rhodes

Notes:

Single version

I Want You (She's So Heavy)

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Lead/Rhythm Guitar (1965 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino), Moog Synthesizer

Paul McCartney : Bass Guitar (1964 Rickenbacker 4001S), Lead Guitar (1962 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino)?, Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Lead/Rhythm Guitar (1957 Gibson Les Paul Standard, 1968 Fender Telecaster?), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Hammond Organ

Notes:

Album version, not sure whether or not Paul played any of the many guitar overdubs during the session where they were recording as many as possible. Also not sure whether or not they used different guitars for this overdub session.

Don't Let Me Down

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar (1965 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino)

Paul McCartney : Bass Guitar (1963 Hofner 500/1), Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Fender Rhodes

One After 909

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar (1965 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino)

Paul McCartney : Bass Guitar (1963 Hofner 500/1), Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Fender Rhodes

Dig A Pony

John Lennon : Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar (1965 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino)

Paul McCartney : Bass Guitar (1963 Hofner 500/1), Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Fender Rhodes

I've Got A Feeling

Paul McCartney : Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar (1963 Hofner 500/1)

John Lennon : Rhythm Guitar (1965 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino), Bridge Vocals

George Harrison : Lead Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Fender Rhodes

Get Back (Reprise)

Paul McCartney : Lead Vocals, Bass Guitar (1963 Hofner 500/1)

John Lennon : Lead Guitar (1965 Epiphone ES-230TD Casino), Backing Vocals

George Harrison : Rhythm Guitar (1968 Fender Telecaster), Backing Vocals

Ringo Starr : Drums

Billy Preston: Fender Rhodes

Notes:

Album version

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Good setlist, although I think side 2 should've been the live stuff because that's how they ended the January 1969 sessions as well as the movie...

They finished the January '69 sessions in the studio perfecting recordings of 'Let It Be ', 'Two of Us' and 'The Long And Winding Road '.

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Sure the rooftop concert was on the penultimate day of the Get Back sessions, but think of it this way:

It's June 1989, I am your teacher, Mr. Oxford (although you choose to call me by my first name of John although I tell you not to). Anyways, after boring my 25 blokes that I call students to death with Shakespeare, Scottish history, times tables, and frog autopsies, I decide that on the second to last of school to take myself and my fellow 3rd graders to the Tennage Mutant Amusement Park down in Glasgow for a well earned day of fun (although it's secretly so this 36 year old man can find single women in their early 20's who are interested in dating while he lets his students roam free and do whatever they want).

Your 9 year old self and your 9-10 year old classmates have lots of fun going on the rides like the Donatello's magical rollercoaster, Shredder's evil hall of mirrors, Leonardo's ferris wheel of fun, Raphael's playground of fun, Michelangelo's totally tubular cowabunga water park, Splinter's magic carpet log flume, Bepop and Rocksteady's beat em up bumper boats, and April O' Neil's stalk people around the park transportartion rollercoaster that goes around the entire amusement park, you even got to stop at the Michelangelo's cowabunga pizza parlor, where your teacher ordered you and your classmates 3 large cheese pizzas with an order of mozzarella sticks, fries, buffalo wings, haggis on a stick, and water and while you were eating lunch, you got to watch some episodes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and even got to see a sneak preview of the movie and got to watch the TMNT pizza parade. One of your friends even caught your teacher and his friend Steve, both drunk at the Casey Jones looks under April O' Neil's kilt amusement park brothel.

Anyways, it a great time and you even took a couple of pictures of it on one of those disposable cameras that you have to this day but for the last day, he had you watch his favorite childhood movie Yellow Submarine . As great as Yellow Submarine is, I wouldn't correct you if you said that you ended 3rd grade by going to TMAP, even if I knew this information because it was so close to the end that you mind as well call it the end, just like the rooftop concert.

By the way, if you think the brothel reference is too vulgar for this forum, I'll remove it, I just think it fits in there nicely.

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You can think of it any way you like, the fact remains that the Beatles finished the 'Get Back ' sessions by recording numerous takes  of 'Let It Be ', 'The Long And Winding Road ' and 'Two Of Us ' as well as jamming in between.

You might not correct me but I'll certainly correct you as you're wrong and you cannot just remove a whole day because it's not as nice an ending.

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I don't think the album is bad at all, being #6 on my list. I think too many fans jump on the bandwagon of hating it without giving it a chance. There are a few things I would change though.

A) The production. Though I disagree with those who would strip away all of Spector's lavish production, I think at times it does become too much. On The Long And Winding Road , I think it's effective but could be toned down slightly in it's grandeur, especially with that choir in the background. I think the Naked version sounds worse though.

B) The tracklisting.

Note: I would include the chatter between each song, with the 'Phase One' at the very start and the 'I hope we passed the audition at the end' before TLAWR. 

1. Let It Be - I always thought opening with an acoustic ballad Two Of Us is not how you open an album. The album version of Let It Be is a punchy way to start the album and it's the title track so why not?

2. I Me Mine - Keeping up the pace, I Me Mine is one of George's best and fits well as second.

3. Two Of Us - Song 3 or 4 is where you slow down the pace, and Two Of Us is my favourite acoustic Beatles song.

4. Don't Let Me Down - I would use the rooftop version probably.

5. Across The Universe - I would probably get rid of Spector's production here.

6. One After 909 - I'm not really keen on this one but I think it fleshes out the album's rock side nicely. I would probably remove Billy's keyboard on this as I think it makes the whole thing sound a bit naff. 

7. Old Brown Shoe - Fantastic song, great solo

8. Dig A Pony - A great rock track that doesn't get enough mention. It's a blast.

9. I've Got A Feeling - Another solid rocker.

10. Get Back - Another fantastic rocker. 

Here I would have the chatter and maybe the sounds of an orchestra tuning up to build in for the big finale: 

11. The Long And Winding Road - As I've said earlier, I would tone down the dramatic aspect of the orchestra and choir but still keep it there, as it's a gorgeous song.

Bonus track - Maggie Mae  

 C) The album cover - I've never liked the cover. I'd much prefer a shot of them on the rooftop or something.

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 C) The album cover - I've never liked the cover. I'd much prefer a shot of them on the rooftop or something.  

The album cover is head shots of them on the rooftop(save Fauls red death background picture.)

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I don't think I'd make any changes to Let It Be , other than making Two of Us the final track. I think the end "Goodbye" would be very suiting.

Other than that minor fix, it'd let it be.

 

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I like it the way it is.  Even "Let It Be ....Naked" didn't change my opinion of it. apple01

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C) The album cover - I've never liked the cover. I'd much prefer a shot of them on the rooftop or something.  

I personally think the album cover is very fitting and matches the state of the band at the time although I must admit, it would be interesting if they did a rooftop shot as the album cover.

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The album cover is head shots of them on the rooftop(save Fauls red death background picture.)  

Yes, I meant a group picture though, with their instruments and all.

Oh dear, you're not a Paul Is Dead believer are you? I should have realized that by your username though, I thought I recognized it from somewhere.

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@QuarryMan said

Yes, I meant a group picture though, with their instruments and all.

Oh dear, you're not a Paul Is Dead believer are you? I should have realized that by your username though, I thought I recognized it from somewhere.  

No I'm not a believer, I just enjoy reading about the conspiracy. It's sometimes quite interesting/entertaining.

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