The Beatles Camp released a “Let It Be: Special Edition” boxed digital service providers four tracks on October 15, representing the new mix, the unpublished vintage mix, and various components of a collection. Takes the option of not listening before.
In the next category are the 1970s “Let It Be” album, “Get Back” (heard here in “Tech 8” form) and “One After 909” (“909 after One”) “3”.
Among George Harrison’s “I Am Mine”, subtitled “1970 Gline Johns Mix,” the engineer presents a version for a possible release at Johns Studios. It is included in an EP of various blends that brings out the new box. It was the last song the Beatles recorded – although John Lennon was absent from the session – on January 3, 1970; Johns put together this unused mix two days later, for an album that was still to be released under the title “Get Back”.
Finally, the 2021 mix of “Across the Universe” is being released for the first time under the supervision of Giles Martin. This is not a completely different rendering since it was published in 1970, as it is not a “nude” version that has been stripped from its Phil Specter-Ezion, but the tracking session was complete by introducing a new spin on the track’s “reproduction” after Specter’s original.
The version of “One After 909” differs significantly from the version of the 51-year-old album: Billy Preston was advised to play the piano in producer George Martin’s studio এবং and he adopted the Barrelhouse style for that session আগে before he returned to play the organ in the rooftop concert version.
The Beatles, Martin and engineer Glenn Johns have all been concerned that the pace is slowing down from a moment of sessions already on this version of “Go Back” – but even in less than a clip it’s an interesting variation, with a fun vocal vamp on top of Paul McCartney The end. The group got what they took to the same January session after taking on three masters of “Get Back”, although they combined it with a chorus recorded the next day for the final studio rendering of the track.
The release of “Let It Be: Special Edition” will follow a great book about the October 15 movie session and filming entitled “Get Back” with many parts by Peter Jackson. The film documentary is finally coming to Thanksgiving Week. More information on the boxed set can be found here.