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Secondly, none of Phil Spector's orchestral and choral overdubs were included, and his mixes were not used. Additionally, all lead vocals and drums are now placed in the middle of the stereo picture, giving the album a more modernised sound and feel. Finally, all studio and rooftop dialogue from the original album was removed, resulting in a number of sharp fade-outs where dialogue had been previously audible.
All tracks written by Lennon–McCartney except those marked with (*), which are by George Harrison. 
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 " I've Got a Feeling" was also presented in a new composite edit of its two rooftop concert takes.  In January 1969, the Beatles began rehearsals for what was planned to be their first concert in several years. The concert was to be recorded for a television special and album, and the rehearsals were filmed for accompanying documentary footage.
The project's original working title was Get Back, and an album and film were to be the end products of these sessions. Being older and more independent, the individual Beatles' tolerances for each other's quirks had decreased. On 10 January, Harrison walked out of the sessions after the latest in a series of arguments with Lennon over his music and after being criticised by McCartney about his playing style on the song "Two of Us".
By the time the sessions ended, all parties involved were so aggrieved that all of the resultant recordings were left on the shelf for over a month, with no one wanting to face the gruelling editing process. Later that year, they recorded and released Abbey Road, the sessions for which ran relatively smoothly.
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Select Gold in the Certification field. Naked in the "Search BPI Awards" field and then press Enter. A criticism levied against Let It Be has centred on Spector's "Wall of Sound" technique, with some critics stating that the quality of the music was diminished by his orchestration and use of choirs on three of the album's tracks.
  The three songs that Spector had embellished with orchestras and choirs were McCartney's " The Long and Winding Road", Lennon's "Across the Universe" and Harrison's "I Me Mine". McCartney and George Martin had already added a horn section, cellos and backing vocals (by McCartney and Harrison) to the single version of " Let It Be" before Spector remixed it for the final Let It Be album.
San Francisco, CA: Chronicle Books. For "The Long and Winding Road", the Naked producers used the final take, recorded five days after the rough run-through Spector had selected for the original album.  As with all songs on Let It Be. Naked, this version is devoid of any orchestral or choral overdubs.
(The unadorned take from Let It Be is featured on Anthology 3. ) Finally, there is a slight lyrical difference: whereas the original album version included the line "Anyway, you'll never know the many ways I've tried", on this version the line is "Anyway, you've always known the many ways I've tried". Electric guitar and electric piano are also present in this version, played respectively by Harrison and Billy Preston.
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The result was the album Let It Be, released on 8 May 1970, a month after the Beatles' break-up. Nl – The Beatles – Let It Be. "Dig a Pony" features two major fixes and edits.
An off-pitch note sung by Lennon in his second "because" was digitally pitch-corrected. Also, whereas the original album track featured Lennon beginning to play the song's final guitar riff one beat too early, this version mixes the error out, leaving a clean outro. The opening guitar riff in the Naked version is the same as the final guitar riff in both versions. 0/10  " Across the Universe", which dates from nearly a year before the rest of the original album was recorded, was stripped of almost all of its instrumental and vocal overdubs, leaving Lennon's acoustic guitar and lead vocal as the song's centrepiece, yet still retained the tamboura used on the original mix. This marks the second appearance of the track in its correct key as recorded (the first appearing on Anthology 2), as the original "wildlife" version had been sped up and the Let It Be album version had been slowed down. Com – The Beatles – Let It Be. The cover image of the album features monochrome negatives of the original photos from the "Let It Be" cover. Harrison's photograph, unlike that of the other Beatles, has been replaced with another showing him in performance, his teeth less prominent, as a monochrome negative version of the original would show them "blackened".
On the right of Harrison's new picture, the original Let It Be picture can partially be seen. All songs published by Northern Songs, except tracks 3 and 9 published by Harrisongs. On 13 November 2003, the completed Let It Be. Naked album had its world premiere with a two-hour radio special from Infinity Broadcasting.
The special featured: a 50-minute documentary of the original Get Back/ Let It Be sessions, including interviews with all four Beatles; an uninterrupted broadcast of the new Let It Be.
Naked album; and a 20-minute roundtable discussion hosted by Pat O'Brien. The roundtable discussion featured analysis from musicians Sheryl Crow, J.
Chasez, Billy Joel and Fred Durst, Breakfast with the Beatles host Chris Carter, record producers Alan Parsons and Jimmy Iovine, music critic David Fricke and journalist Geraldo Rivera.  Professional ratings Release and reception [ edit ] Fly on the Wall bonus disc [ edit ]
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Naked project arose during a chance reunion of McCartney and Let It Be film director Michael Lindsay-Hogg on a plane in the early 2000s. McCartney and Lindsay-Hogg discussed the unavailability of the film on both VHS and DVD, which led to discussion of a possible remixed "soundtrack" to accompany a proposed future DVD release. In early 2002, McCartney recruited [ citation needed] Abbey Road in-house engineers Paul Hicks, Guy Massey and Allan Rouse to go back into the vaults and assemble a brand new studio album from the 30 reels of tape recorded during the January 1969 sessions.
Since much of the Let It Be material had been recorded live, many sound anomalies existed on the tapes. Hicks, Massey and Rouse did extensive work, digitally cleaning up each individual track of every song before remixing them. Some takes were edited together to create the best possible final version.
For " Dig a Pony", an errant note sung by Lennon was digitally pitch-corrected. " I Me Mine" (*) The album is presented in a form which Paul McCartney considered closer to its original artistic vision: to "get back" to the rock and roll sound of their early years  rather than the orchestral overdubs and embellishments which were added by Phil Spector to three of the songs in the production of the final Let It Be album. McCartney in particular was always dissatisfied with the " Wall of Sound" production style of the Phil Spector mixes of these three tracks, especially for his song " The Long and Winding Road", which he believed was ruined by the process.
  George Harrison gave his approval for the Naked project before he died.  McCartney's attitude contrasted with Lennon's from over two decades earlier. In his December 1970 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Lennon had defended Spector's work, saying, "He was given the shittiest load of badly recorded shit – and with a lousy feeling to it – ever.
And he made something out of it.
When I heard it, I didn't puke. " Harrison and Ringo Starr also remained complimentary about Spector's contribution,  with Starr saying: "I like what Phil did … There's no point bringing him in if you're not going to like the way he does it – because that's [wall of sound] what he does. " 
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For the title track, the original take 27A was used for the bulk of the song, but two edit pieces were flown in from take 27B (the version seen and heard in the Let It Be film); namely, the guitar solo and a brief section near the end (the final "Mother Mary comes to me" bar) to fix an errant piano chord that was present on the album/single versions. Also, as per all other tracks, all instrumental overdubs were removed. With the versions featured on the single, the original album, and the compilation album Anthology 3, it features the fourth version of the song's guitar solo to be released thus far.
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The 22-minute bonus disc contains song excerpts and dialogue from the many hours of tape which accumulated during the Let It Be sessions. Some of the removed dialogue that had appeared on the original album appears on this disc. In total, the track is 21 minutes and 55 seconds long and brings the album's total length to 56:59.