Beatle Brunch Bytes

Let it Be remixes – NEW!

from: The Beatles / APPLE  

We’re over the moon with happiness to finally debut some newly remixed music from The Beatles Let it Be remix – remaster coming out October 15th. In this Brunch Bytes posting, hear three songs from different places along the remix – remaster discs.
First: “Let It Be” – the longer album version of “Let it Be” appears here remixed by Giles Martin and Sam Okell at Abbey Road Studios. A much cleaner sound, hear the guitars without having them dominate the track, and hear Paul’s golden and soaring 27 year-old voice, deliver it perfectly.
Second: The original previously unreleased Glyn Johns mix of George Harrison’s “For You Blue”, recorded in their Apple Studio. As a condition of Harrison’s return to the group after he’d walked out, The Beatles abandoned the idea of a concert at this point, and relocated to this studio in central London, on 22 January, 1969 to record an album of some of the songs rehearsed at Twickenham. Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg chose to include footage relating to “I Me Mine” in the filmed documentary, which then necessitated a formal recording of the song. George chose to re-record his vocal for “For You Blue”, adding in “bop bop” and chatter like “go Johnny go” which can be heard on Glyn’s mix found on Anthology 3. This is Glyn’s mix of the song which was to appear on the album “Get Back” before Phil Spector “re-produced” it to become “Let it Be”, making its first official appearance on the new “Let it Be” sets. 
Third: The first rooftop performance of John Lennon’s “Don’t Let Me Down”. The entire 43-minute rooftop performance will be shown along with more than 5 additional hours of live in-studio performances and chat, which has been carefully edited and mixed for sonic and visual brilliance by Academy Award Winning Director, Peter Jackson. His 6-hours of performances are scheduled to be broadcast on Disney+ Thanksgiving Weekend over three nights, much like The Beatles Anthology was.
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The first rooftop performance of “Don’t Let Me Down”, January 30, 1969.