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The Beatles



3.47 | 234 ratings

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3 stars When it comes to recorded good sogwriting, I prefer poorly recorded good songs over perfectly produced or over-produced irrevelant ones. To prove my point I surrender evidence "A".

A naked sound engineered production version of the publicly released and ultra well known The Beatles 1970 "Let It Be" album, which by now we all know was not exactly their last joint effort.

Good songs are still good and bad songs even if produced by GOD will still be bad. Simple lesson, good proof! This release really makes this pont very clear. Surprising because it was not intended to be heard and a very good lesson for anyone who thinks that anything that is recorded in a top tech studio will turn to gold just like as if touched by fairies.

No!;.. Good songwriting survives in any kind of abusive (like early American Black music) or the over-comfortable (The Beatlesīs "Let It Be" original released version) conditions.

Anyway, besides being very good (as its songwriting) it turns out to be quiet fun as an alternate version.


admireArt | 3/5 |


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