Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles

January 1969 – The Beatles planned to return to live performance, setting up in Twickenham Film Studios, London, for 21 days of rehearsals. They then decamped to their new studio in their Apple office building in Saville Row and on January 30th performed their last ever live group performance on the rooftop. All of this was filmed for a proposed documentary (eventually released in 1970). During the rehearsal process, they asked Glyn Johns, who had been hired to help with the live sound, to attempt a mix to create an album. This was never released, becoming known as one of the great ‘lost’ albums in rock history and is now included in this Super Deluxe Set. The album was delayed further and in fact became their 12th and final official album release on 8th May 1970 following additional production by American producer Phil Spector.

The Let It Be album has been newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell. All the new Let It Be releases feature the new stereo mix of the album as guided by the original “reproduced for disc” version by Phil Spector and sourced directly from the original session and rooftop performance eight-track tapes.

The Super Deluxe collections also feature 27 previously unreleased session recordings, a four-track Let It Be EP, and the never before released 14-track Get Back stereo LP mix compiled by engineer Glyn Johns in May 1969. Additionally, the Super Deluxe editions feature a 100 page hard-back book with an introduction by Paul McCartney, extensive notes and track-by-track recording information and many previously unseen photos, personal notes, tape box images and more. The Super Deluxe Vinyl Special Edition slipcase box set houses 4 LPs, a 12" EP, and a 105-page hardbound book in slipcase.

The Beatles

Let It Be - Special Edition

Capitol Records
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
CDx6

$139.99

Super Deluxe 5CD + bluray. Includes 100-pg booklet.

Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

0713869

Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
LP

$32.99

180-gram vinyl.

Black
Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

B003226301

Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
CD

$18.99

Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

B003226202

Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
CDx2

$24.99

Deluxe 2CD. 40-page booklet w/ the new stereo album mix and a second CD of outtakes.

Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

B003226102

The Beatles

Let It Be - Special Edition

Capitol Records
Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
CDx6

$139.99

Super Deluxe 5CD + bluray. Includes 100-pg booklet.

Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

0713869

Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
LP

$32.99

180-gram vinyl.

Black
Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

B003226301

Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
CD

$18.99

Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

B003226202

Album artwork for Let It Be - Special Edition by The Beatles
CDx2

$24.99

Deluxe 2CD. 40-page booklet w/ the new stereo album mix and a second CD of outtakes.

Released 10/15/2021Catalog Number

B003226102

January 1969 – The Beatles planned to return to live performance, setting up in Twickenham Film Studios, London, for 21 days of rehearsals. They then decamped to their new studio in their Apple office building in Saville Row and on January 30th performed their last ever live group performance on the rooftop. All of this was filmed for a proposed documentary (eventually released in 1970). During the rehearsal process, they asked Glyn Johns, who had been hired to help with the live sound, to attempt a mix to create an album. This was never released, becoming known as one of the great ‘lost’ albums in rock history and is now included in this Super Deluxe Set. The album was delayed further and in fact became their 12th and final official album release on 8th May 1970 following additional production by American producer Phil Spector.

The Let It Be album has been newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell. All the new Let It Be releases feature the new stereo mix of the album as guided by the original “reproduced for disc” version by Phil Spector and sourced directly from the original session and rooftop performance eight-track tapes.

The Super Deluxe collections also feature 27 previously unreleased session recordings, a four-track Let It Be EP, and the never before released 14-track Get Back stereo LP mix compiled by engineer Glyn Johns in May 1969. Additionally, the Super Deluxe editions feature a 100 page hard-back book with an introduction by Paul McCartney, extensive notes and track-by-track recording information and many previously unseen photos, personal notes, tape box images and more. The Super Deluxe Vinyl Special Edition slipcase box set houses 4 LPs, a 12" EP, and a 105-page hardbound book in slipcase.