The 2003-album "Let It Be...Naked" is out again, this time in digital downloadable form. Is it too much to ask for that the film may be made available to us this time around?
Published 2. apr. 2013:
When The Beatles first set out to make Let It Be in 1969, they intended to record an album that would be a return to live performance. No studio effects or overdubbing of voices or instruments would be allowed - just the bare necessities of the band.
Let It Be... Naked is the stripped-down, return-to-live-takes album that The Beatles originally aimed to create, free of vocal and instrumental overdubs or added effects.
Today, Let It Be... Naked makes its debut global digital release, exclusively on the iTunes Store® at http://www.itunes.com/thebeatles.
In addition to the 11-track album, the iTunes LP features all of the original booklet art and liner notes, as well as bonus audio of studio banter captured during The Beatles' 1969 recording sessions for Let It Be.
Music videos for the 'Naked' versions of "Get Back" and "Don't Let Me Down" are also exclusively available on iTunes for download purchase and free streaming.
Over the next couple of weeks we will be celebrating Let It Be... Naked on Facebook, with the Let it Be... Naked flickbook (http://gnikn.us/14KEmEe) and a series of five special podcasts featuring tracks from the album, original archive sound from the making of Let It Be, and interviews with Paul, George and Ringo reflecting on that period in The Beatles' career.