The Beatles are back with a happier ending

The Beatles are back with a happier ending

The Beatles are back with a happier ending Jackson has used the same technology for the 'Let It Be' footage as he used to restore WW1 images for 'They Shall Not Grow Old' The Beatles are back this autumn with a new book, reworked final album and much-anticipated documentary that sheds new light on their fraught final days. "Let It Be", released in 1970, has long been considered the legendary group's breakup album. However it's not that simple: "Let It Be" was actually recorded before 1969's "Abbey Road" but sat on the shelf for a year because the band weren't satisfied with it. A new remix of the album by Giles Martin -- son of The Beatles' usual producer George Martin -- aims to bring it closer to the band's …
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