Let It Be



Two Of Us

Dig A Pony

Across The Universe

I Me Mine

Dig It

Let It Be

Maggie Mae

I've Got A Feeling

One After 909

The Long And Winding Road

For You Blue

Get Back






Released in 1970, it was the final album to be released by The Beatles as a group.  It was produced by Phil Spector, who was brought in to salvage the hours of recorded tapes that the Beatles were dissatisfied with.

Paul was furious with Spector's rearrangement of the album and refused to have any part in producing it.  The original title for the album was "Get Back" and the line-up of songs was:

  • One After 909

  • Save the Last Dance for Me

  • Don't Let Me Down

  • I Dig A Pony

  • I've Got a Feeling

  • Get Back

  • For You Blue

  • Teddy Boy

  • Two Of Us

  • Maggie Mae

  • Dig It

  • Let It Be

  • The Long and Winding Road

A pictorial book including movie dialogue was included in all but the US versions.  When the album was reissued the booklet was eliminated from all versions.

The album won a Grammy Award.


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