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LET IT BE

The Beatles

 

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3.29 | 534 ratings

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friso
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4 stars The Beatles - Let it be (1970)

The Let is Be album is a record made of pre-recorded material that was to be recorded for a live audiance. An album of new songs recorded live, a great idea - but it never happened. Calling these recordings demo's doesn't do them must justice, but the other late Beatles albums are recorded significantly more professional. The Beatles had enjoyed the best popmusic productions since 1966 and the band used the studio as an instrument. Because of them being unable to perform for regular audiances the necessity of being able to fully reproduce songs live had been removed from the artistic proces. The recordings of the Let it Be sessions where passed on to Phil Spector who gave some songs orchestral arrangements - the subject of many discussions still today.

This is actually one of my favorite Beatles records, simply because the band sound like a band playing music. The music lives, is in the moment, sharp and exciting. On this record the talent of the Beatles really shines threw, both as songwriters 'nd as performers. The album has both art rock songs and eclectic pop tracks, but I like all songs on this album.

Conclusion. Let is Be is the Beatles album in which they once again sounded like a band. I love it. Four stars.

friso | 4/5 |

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