Category: Jazz

  1. Shakalar Reply
    The Beatles - Let It Be Naked - Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover. Music; Vinyl Record; 12” album and a 7” containing “Fly On The Wall” material offering a unique insight into The Beatles at work in January 1. Get Back in Vinyl LP with Damaged Cover. 1. .
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    19 product ratings - The Beatles - Let It Be [New Vinyl LP] Gram, Rmst, Reissue $ Trending at $ Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days.
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    Beatles "Let It Be" Vinyl Lp Apple Ar , Red Apple Label, Recorded in England LP (12" album, 33 rpm) The Beatles Format: Vinyl. We've owned a record store in California for 21 years and this is the most pristine copy of an original analog Beatles Let It Be album we've ever bought. The jacket is completely mint and still /5(16).
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    The album retailed at $7, creating a gross sales figure of $25,, before it was even released. As United Artists was the distributor of the Let It Be film, it also had the rights to distribute the soundtrack album in America. Capitol, meanwhile, retained the rights to release songs from Let It Be as singles and on compilation albums.
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    " Let It Be " is a song by the English pop band the Beatles, released on 6 March as a single, and (in an alternative mix) as the title track of their album Let It Be. It was written and sung by Paul McCartney, and credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership.
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    Sep 10,  · Recorded without joy, set aside for months while a better album was assembled, and finally remixed in a way that enraged one of the band's principals, Let It /
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    Mar 18,  · Did you know that in the USA The Beatles' Let It Be (their twelfth and final LP release) was one of the most counterfeited vinyl records of all time? Before we examine how to tell if your copy is real or a fake, let's look at the release in detail. Here we have the front cover of .
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    Buy Let It Be on CD, on Vinyl, or on iTunes Although released in and thought by many as the Beatles’ last album, Let It Be was actually recorded in January of ; before Abbey Road.