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Now, this is exciting news:
The surviving Beatles are planning to re-release "Let It Be" the way they intended: stripped down. The album will have the same track listing, but it will not have the orchestration that producer Phil Spector added to it after the band broke up.
They're (finally!) going to release the movie on video/DVD this year as well. Oh, how my heart goes pitter-pat!
Replies: 7 Confessions
Are they also re-releasing the lawsuit?
jima @ 01/31/2003 10:33 AM CST
They aren't taking out the kazoos, are they? Please, not the kazoos!
Phineas @ 01/31/2003 10:37 AM CST
Time to get pedantic: the article did not mention what
if any input Pete Best had in all this.
drench @ 01/31/2003 10:52 AM CST
Or Tony Sheridan, for that matter.
jima @ 01/31/2003 01:55 PM CST
Tony Sheridan was never actually in the band, friend. But they could have asked Jimmy Nicol, the drummer who played with the Fabs on a European tour while Ringo was having his tonsils out.
amyc @ 01/31/2003 02:24 PM CST
"Oooh, looka me! I know all about the Beatles! I'm so cool! Blah de blah de blah!"
(that was you)
jima @ 01/31/2003 02:48 PM CST
That's not a bit like Cagney!
amyc @ 01/31/2003 03:08 PM CST