Sunday, May 9, 2010

Let It Be 40'th anniversary

40 years ago the great band "The Beatles" launched their final album together, Let It Be. The album has the famous songs "the long and winding road" and "across the universe". This album would later become their most celebrated album, ranking 86 in the Rolling Stone's 500 greatest albums of all time.
Let It Be

Despite the album's success in rock history, the members of the band were not satisfied with Phil Spector's production of the album. The result of the album was criticized by a lot of critics including John Mendelsohn a album reviewer from the Rolling Stones. Later on Paul McCarteney fixed the criticized album from John Spector and created a new album called Let It Be... Naked which eliminated Spector's production.

The album is a great album with a lot of successful songs. From this album "The Beatles" had the name of their documentary sorted out, "Across The Universe"... interesting fact: the documentary was supposed to be called "Get Back".

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Alisha Stafford Feitosa said...

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Let me know if you want to redo this post using your own words and opinions and giving proper credit to your source of information.

Alisha Stafford Feitosa said...

Better job giving some credit to your source (though you could introduce them first), but I still want to hear more of your thoughts on the topic.