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Let It Be – Expanded with previously unreleased sessions, rehearsals and studio jams; and Glenn Johns’ previously released 1969 Get Back LP mix

Featuring a new stereo, 5.1 surround and Dolby Atmos mix by producer Gilles Martin and engineer Sam Oakel; Expanded with previously unreleased session recordings and demos.

Let It Be

Let It Be

On January 2, 1969, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr rang in the New Year at London’s Twickenham Film Studios. The Beatles jumped into rehearsals for a project that meant they could return to where they once belonged: the stage. Over the course of 21 days, cameras and tape recorders documented almost every moment: first at Twickenham and then at the Beatles’ own Apple Studio, where Billy Preston joined them on keyboards. Together they rehearsed new originals and jammed old songs, all captured live and unblemished.

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On January 30, the cameras and tape recorders rolled as The Beatles, with Preston, performed their final concert on the cool terrace of Apple’s headquarters on Savile Row before a small gathering of family and friends and everyone else. did The range of these amps spread across the wind. The afternoon spectacle brought London’s West End to a standstill as streetlights rose skyward and the windows of neighboring buildings were thrown open for a better view. A flurry of noise complaints brought the police to the roof and shut down the concert after 42 minutes.

The album, entitled The Return, was co-written by Glenn Johns in April and May, which featured false starts, interspersed tracks, later starts, polished performances, and Even broke with “I’ve got a feeling.” “I tried to make it louder,” John explains. However, the Beatles decided to save many of the project’s cassettes, rolls of film and photos to record and release their LP masterpiece, Abbey Road. The Beatles’ final album, Let It Be, made up of tape recordings taken before and after the January 1969 session, was finally released on May 8, 1970 (May 18 in the US ) was published. Let it be a movie.

The sessions that led to the release of the album and the film represent the only time in The Beatles’ career that they were documented making music in the studio at such length. Over 60 hours of unreleased film footage, over 150 hours of unreleased audio recordings and hundreds of previously unreleased photographs have been newly researched and painstakingly released this fall for three additional and definitive Beatles. : A feast for the senses that includes the entire archive. . The new Let It Be Special Edition of The Beatles: Get Back, directed by three-time Academy Award-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson, joins the Beatles: The Return documentary series, and a beautiful Beatles: The Return New hardcover book. Raw sources tested for the new projects revealed that the sessions had a more upbeat and kinder spirit than the 1970s 80 Minutes.

Paul McCartney wrote in his speech: “I always thought the original Let It Go was sad because it was about our group breaking up, but the new film shows the friendship and love between the four of us.” For the book, let it be a special edition. “It also shows the wonderful times we had together and together with the newly remastered ‘Let It Be’ album is a strong reminder of that time. This is how I want to remember The Beatles.”

Besetzung Des Neuen Beatles Musicals ‘let It Be’ (von Links Nach Rechts) Stephen Hill Als George Harrison, Reuven Gershon Als John Lennon, Emanuelle Angeletti Als Paul Mccartney Und Gordon Elsmore Als Ringo Starr

Super Deluxe CD and Vinyl Collection Beautiful Book Presented by Paul McCartney; Introduction by Giles Martin; Remembering Glenn John; insightful chapters and detailed track notes by Beatles historian, author and radio producer Kevin Howlett; and an article by journalist and author John Harris that explores science fiction and their reality. The book is illustrated in scrapbook style, with rare and previously unpublished photos of Ethan A. Russell and Linda McCartney, as well as handwritten lyrics, session notes, sketches, Beatles letters, tape boxes, movies and films. Photographs not previously published. others

When The Beatles arrived at Twickenham in January 1969, their self-titled album (AKA “The White Album”) was still at the top of the charts worldwide after its November 1968 release. They had an ambitious plan in mind for the project, which would include a “television spectacular” stage performance and a live album. Michael Lindsey-Hogg was hired to conduct the concert and to document the rehearsals with unlimited filming and mono recording on two Nagra reel-to-reel tape machines connected to cameras. Ethan A. Russell was brought on as an exclusive for Universal Pictures. Beatles producer George Martin and engineer Glenn Johns supervised the sound. “Paul told me he had an idea for a live concert and he wanted me to design it because I had a relatively good record of doing live albums,” recalls Johns. Impressed by the band’s daily progress in creating new songs, Martin later recalled, “It was a great idea that I thought was worth working on. A live album of new material. A lot of people would have a live album. did, reworking old material. After 10 days on the soundstage, the Beatles and the film crew later moved to the band’s more intimate and cozy Apple Studios. There, Johns borrowed the Beatles’ old stomping grounds at Abbey Road Studios. Used purchased equipment to record on eight-track tape.Billy Preston was invited to play keyboards with the Apple Band, enhancing the sessions with his boundless talent and melodious enthusiasm.

In April 1969, The Beatles quickly released their worldwide number one single “Get Back”/”Don’t Let Me Down”. Both sides of the record were billed as “The Beatles with Billy Preston” and “The Beatles as Nature Intended” and “As Live as Possible in this Electronic Age”. “There was a big surprise when the record came out,” Preston recalled in 2002. “They didn’t tell me they were going to name me! The boys were so kind to me.” The George Martin-produced single “Let Me Go” released on March 6, 1970, is a variant of Phil Speaker’s “Remastered” album version. An example of Spector’s distinctive Wall vocal production style on the Let It Be album is his orchestral overdub of “The Long and Winding Road”, which became The Beatles’ 20th US number one single.

Let It Be

Directed by Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings trilogy, They’ll Never Get Old), The Beatles: The Return takes viewers back in time to the band’s iconic recording sessions at a pivotal moment in music history. . As Jackson has gone through the vast amount of footage he has spent the past three years restoring and editing, The Beatles: The Return will be presented in three separate parts. Each episode is approximately two hours long and will air over three days, November 25, 26, and 27, 2021, exclusively on Disney+.

Beatles Puzzle. Album Cover »let It Be«.

The documentary series showcases the warmth, camaraderie and creative talent that defined the legacy of the famous quartet, with more than 60 hours of unseen footage (by Michael Lindsay-Hogg) filmed in January 1969 and over 150 hours of Compiled from mostly unheard audio. which has been completely restored. Jackson is the only person allowed access to these private film archives in over 50 years. “The Beatles: Get Back” follows John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr as they plan their first live show in two years, writing and revising the 14 new songs that originally accompanied the live album. is to combine. The documentary features, for the first time, The Beatles’ last live performance as a group, the unforgettable rooftop concert on London’s Savile Row, as well as other songs and classic compositions that appeared on the band’s last two albums. , Abbey Road and Late Night. The music for the series was also newly mixed by Gilles Martin (“Rocket Man”) and Sam Oakel (“Yesterday”).

Before the series begins, Apple Corps Ltd./Callaway Arts & Entertainment will return to The Beatles: The World on October 12. Available in English and nine international languages, The Beatles: Get Back is the first official single book published by The Beatles since the international bestseller The Beatles Anthology. The beautifully designed and produced 240-page hardback completes the comeback documentary series and lets you complete the special edition with recorded letters from many of the Beatles’ conversations during three weeks of rehearsals and sessions, as well as on Hundreds of exclusive, never-before-seen conversation-published images, including photos of Ethan A. Russell and Linda McCartney. The Beatles: Get Back begins with a foreword written by Peter Jackson and an introduction by Hanif Koresh. The text of the book was edited by John Harris. (abgesagt: Fri 08.05.2020), Rebell(i)sche Studiobühne, 19 Uhr: “50 Jahre The Beatles LET IT BE” – Jubiläumskonzert + Lesung

Vor 50 Jahren – genau am 06.03.1970 – erschien mit “Let It Be” die letzte Single

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