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The Beatles, "Let It Be", Original 1970 Vintage Vinyl, Last Release by the Fab Four; W/ "Long and Winding Road", "Get Back" - Very Good Plus

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The Beatles, "Let It Be", Original 1970 Vintage Vinyl, Last Release by the Fab Four; W/ "Long and Winding Road", "Get Back" - Very Good Plus

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  • Vintage item from the 1970s
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Description

Release Date - 1970
Label - Columbia QC 38200
Condition -

LP: 3+
Cover: 3+
Sleeve: 4

Includes -


Side one

1. Two Of Us
2. Dig A Pony
3. Across The Universe
4. I Me Mine
5. Dig It
6. Let It Be
7. Maggie Mae



Side two

1. I've Got A Feeling
2. One After 909
3. The Long And Winding Road
4. For You Blue
5. Get Back


This is the final release by The Beatles - but Beatles fans will tell you that some of the recordings on the previous album, "Abby Road" were actually recorded after the sessions for "Let It Be". Some of the "Let It Be" tracks were recorded over a year before the album's release in May of 1970. The album's working title was "Get Back". The idea was to produce an LP that harkened back to the band's early days, when the songs and the recordings processes were simpler. The record was released at the same time as the group's movie by the same name. This if the film that shows the band rehearsing, and then paying live at the famous roof-top concert in London.

When I first looked at the album, I noticed a very visible scratch on each side. I was about to send this to the "Yard Sale" bin, but I cleaned it and gave it a careful listening through headphones. I was surprised -- for the most part, the album sounds clean with very little in the way of crackles and pops. One scratch was across the song "Two of Us", and it sounds fine; there might be a crackle or two in there somewhere, but it is well-hidden by the music. So, bottom line -- it's Very Good Plus. The cover shows a modest amount of shelf wear and the inner sleeve is dandy.

After I saw the movie, I knew I had to have the album since it signified the end of an era in rock and roll. Beatles Forever!


Condition Code:

5: Near Mint
4: Excellent
3: Very Good
2: Good
1. Fair

I rate each recording's quality only after carefully listening to the entire album.

Every LP has been lightly cleaned. All pictures of album covers in my listing are of the actual albums themselves.
Release Date - 1970
Label - Columbia QC 38200
Condition -

LP: 3+
Cover: 3+
Sleeve: 4

Includes -


Side one

1. Two Of Us
2. Dig A Pony
3. Across The Universe
4. I Me Mine
5. Dig It
6. Let It Be
7. Maggie Mae



Side two

1. I've Got A Feeling
2. One After 909
3. The Long And Winding Road
4. For You Blue
5. Get Back


This is the final release by The Beatles - but Beatles fans will tell you that some of the recordings on the previous album, "Abby Road" were actually recorded after the sessions for "Let It Be". Some of the "Let It Be" tracks were recorded over a year before the album's release in May of 1970. The album's working title was "Get Back". The idea was to produce an LP that harkened back to the band's early days, when the songs and the recordings processes were simpler. The record was released at the same time as the group's movie by the same name. This if the film that shows the band rehearsing, and then paying live at the famous roof-top concert in London.

When I first looked at the album, I noticed a very visible scratch on each side. I was about to send this to the "Yard Sale" bin, but I cleaned it and gave it a careful listening through headphones. I was surprised -- for the most part, the album sounds clean with very little in the way of crackles and pops. One scratch was across the song "Two of Us", and it sounds fine; there might be a crackle or two in there somewhere, but it is well-hidden by the music. So, bottom line -- it's Very Good Plus. The cover shows a modest amount of shelf wear and the inner sleeve is dandy.

After I saw the movie, I knew I had to have the album since it signified the end of an era in rock and roll. Beatles Forever!


Condition Code:

5: Near Mint
4: Excellent
3: Very Good
2: Good
1. Fair

I rate each recording's quality only after carefully listening to the entire album.

Every LP has been lightly cleaned. All pictures of album covers in my listing are of the actual albums themselves.

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