|1. Let It Be Documentary|
|2. Dig A Pony (2009 - Remaster)|
|3. Across The Universe (2009 - Remaster)|
|4. I Me Mine (2009 - Remaster)|
|5. Dig It (2009 - Remaster)|
|6. Let It Be (2009 - Remaster)|
|7. Maggie Mae (2009 - Remaster)|
|8. I've Got A Feeling (2009 - Remaster)|
|9. One After 909 (2009 - Remaster)|
|10. The Long And Winding Road (2009 - Remaster)|
|11. For You Blue (2009 - Remaster)|
|12. Get Back (2009 - Remaster)|
Any other band in history would have laid down and died after writing something this good. The only problem is, for The Beatles in the late sixties, a five star album is too far below their standard. With Rubber Soul and Revolver coming in at six stars, and Sgt. Pepper at least eight, especially if you factor in the singles that were contemporary with it, what could these poor struggling young men do but get together one more time and make Abbey Road (six stars)?
It only warms my heart to read that a stripped down version will be released - not that I have a grudge against Phil Spector, it's just that he wasn't one of the "fifth Beatles" - and that the film, crude and painful as parts of it are, will be released on DVD.
Side note on the film: For a movie about a bunch of hairy, unwashed musicians sitting around fighting and trying to make some music, it has an incredible emotional arc for the viewer. We see them fighting, playing badly, seemingly lost... but by the end, there they are on the freakin' roof playing songs no one else knows yet tight and hot like the classics they are.
Well, that's my story and I'm sticking to it.
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