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  1. Feb 16,  · Thus Let It Be Although something more coherent naked sounds than the original but not necessarily more convincing. On the bonus cd is over twenty minutes of studio interviews and first attemps of songs, which are actually more interesting for the Beatles fan/5(31).
  2. Released November – "Let It Be Naked" by THE BEATLES on EMI/Apple 2 4 (Barcode ) is a 2CD Reissue/Remix/Remaster and plays out as follows: Disc 1 ( minutes): 1. Get Back 2. Dig A Pony 3. For You Blue 4. The Long And Winding Road 5. Two Of Us 6. I’ve Got A Feeling 7. One After 8. Don't Let Me Down 9. I Me Mine /5(K).
  3. 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. Let It Be evolved from an original plan to make a television show featuring the group playing tracks from the .
  4. Naked on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - 2 4,Apple Records - 2 4 • Format: CD Album, Repress CD Mixed, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Non-Music • Style: Pop Rock, Spoken Word5/5(2).
  5. Aug 28,  · Naked on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - CDP 5 2 4,Apple Records - CDP 5 2 4 • Format: CD Album CD Mixed, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Non-Music, Pop • Style: Spoken Word, Pop Rock/5().
  6. Basically the Naked version of Let it Be () sounds like a batch of outtakes that were all left unfinished and had an empty sounding feel. Phil Spector's production on the original released version of the album elevates the tunes very beautifully. A TRUE Beatles fan would definitely prefer Let it Be () over Let it Be Naked ().
  7. Naked is by far the best album, better than Phil Spector’s Let It Be, he did it well, but the remaining beatles just made it better, plus its remixed, I would of added Dig It and Maggie Mae, I love those tracks.
  8. Let It Be Naked is an alternative mix of the Beatles ' album Let It Be, released on 17 November by Apple Records. The project was initiated by Paul McCartney, who felt that the original album's producer, Phil Spector, did not .

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