13 November 2011
4 December 2010
Do you mean a documentary of Paul ordering around engineers, or a reworked Let It Be film?
And I neeeeeeeeed her all the time
1 May 2010
There's more footage that wasn't included in Let it Be movie.. and somebody mentioned in here that Paul and Ringo didn't want to release it because it shows the Beatles fighting with each other a lot. So we might not see a proper Let it Be release during Paul and Ringo lifetime...
Now a Let It Be Naked documentary would be throwing some mud over Phil Spector and I don't think Paul would do it. I think he's happy with the release of the CD.
Here comes the sun….. Scoobie-doobie……
Something in the way she moves…..attracts me like a cauliflower…
Bop. Bop, cat bop. Go, Johnny, Go.
Beware of Darkness…
1 May 2011
Not a fan of replacing LIB with a new happier version one bit. The original movie is part of Beatle history regardless of desired Beatle spin. By all means make a new documentary using unseen footage but give us the original as well. Its just rediculous and petty to not put it out.
"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris)
12 April 2012
I like the walrus' idea of a film in which we can see paul ordering around engineers, i really had to laugh when I read this. Anyway I think a new let it be film would be interesting with more complete performances of songs in twickenham (like Maxwell's Silver Hammer in the original movie) and actually seeing them recording the masters of get back (without the coda), For You Blue , don't let me down instead of so much rooftop and why do we see the beatles recording a For You Blue take which is almost similar to the released version bit not completly instead of the actual master? I like the naked promo video of get back, i think some parts show the beatles recording the master (eg billy's solo) and also the other parts show the beatles having a good time, they should release a film in the same way
Once there was a way to get back homewards. Once there was a way to get back home; sleep pretty darling do not cry. And I will sing a lullaby