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Beatles Let It Be '70 Film Doc Widescn vers. DVD/CD combo- Original.Get Back CD

Beatles Let It Be '70 Film Doc Widescn vers. DVD/CD combo- Original.Get Back CD

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DVD Let It Be 1970 Movie Documentary This version is taken from the 40th Anniversary of the Let It Be film. This version is widescreen Dolby Stereo.Thisfilm is like you've never seen it before-- the DVD also contains a complete video album version of all the songs included which were made for music television and contain approximately 32 minutes of never before seen video footage.Running time for the DVD is 2 hours and 28 minutes. The DVD is region-free (plays globally) CD CD Contents: Original Get Back LP This version is the raw and unreleased version as was slated for original release.It remained unreleased due to tremendous controversy at the time,Some "promo" copies were made a few of which found their way to radio stations.This album was reproduced by Phil Specter and ended up being released as the Let It Be album.Highlights on this CD include: Save The Last Dance For Me, full-length version of Dig It, The Long And Winding Road, Across The Universe, Get Back,and Let It Be.This follows the same format as the movie with alot of fun stuff between tracks. After you listen to this version, you can dispose of yourLet It Be Naked CD that came out some years ago. The film observes the Beatles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr) from a "fly on the wall" perspective, without narration, scene titles, or interviews with the main subjects. The first portion of the film shows the band rehearsing on a sound stage atTwickenham Film Studios. The songs are works in progress, with discussions among the band members about ways to improve them. At one point, McCartney and Harrison have an uncomfortable exchange, with McCartney criticising a guitar riff played by Harrison on "Two of Us". Harrison responds: "I'll play whatever you want me to play, or I won't play at all if you don't want to me to play. Whatever it is that will please you, I'll do it." Also appearing are Mal Evans, providing the hammer blows on "Maxwell's Silver Hammer", and Yoko Ono, dancing with Lennon.The Beatles are then shown individually arriving at Apple headquarters, where they begin the studio recording process with Harrison singing "For You Blue" while Lennon plays slide guitar. Starr and Harrison are shown working on the structure for "Octopus's Garden" and then demonstrating it for George Martin. Billy Preston accompanies the band on impromptu renditions of several rock and roll covers, as well as Lennon's improvised jam "Dig It," while Linda Eastman's daughter Heather plays around the studio. Lennon is shown listening as McCartney expresses his concern about the band's inclination to stay confined to the recording studio. The Beatles conclude their studio work with complete performances of "Two of Us", "Let It Be", and "The Long and Winding Road".For the final portion of the film, the Beatles and Preston are shown giving an unannounced concert from the studio rooftop. They perform "Get Back," "Don't Let Me Down," "I've Got a Feeling," "One After 909," and "Dig a Pony," intercut with reactions and comments from surprised Londoners gathering on the streets below. The police eventually make their way to the roof and try to bring the show to a close, as the show was disrupting businesses' lunch hour nearby. This prompts some ad-libbed lyrical asides from McCartney: during the second performance of 'Get Back,' he sings, "Get back, Loretta ... you've been out too long, Loretta ... you've been playing on the roofs again ... and your mummy doesn't like that ... it makes her angry ... she's gonna have you arrested! Get back, Loretta!". In response to the applause from the people on the rooftop after the final song, McCartney says, "Thanks Mo!" (to Ringo's wife Maureen) and Lennon quips, "I'd like to say 'thank you' on behalf of the group and ourselves, and I hope we passed the audition!" - en.wikipedia.org