Beatles: new video for "Let it be" released

Beatles: new video for “Let it be” released

The new video clip from the film has been released “Let It Be” (read the review here). The video contains clips from the restored 1970 film “Let It Be”now available on Disney+, along with other previously unreleased images.

First published in May 1970 around the time i Beatles they melted, the film “Let It Be”directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, now finds the right place within the history of the band. The film can finally be seen in a new light thanks to the meticulous restoration work by Park Road Post Production in the context of the revelations that emerged in the docuseries Peter Jackson “The Beatles: Get Back”.

The film “Let It Be”which contains footage not featured in the docuseries “Get Back”takes viewers first to rehearsals, then to the studio and finally to the London roof of Apple Corps in January 1969 while the Beatlessupported by Billy Prestonwrite and record their album “Let It Be” and perform live for the last time as a band.

In 2021, the album “Let It Be” of the Beatles was mixed in stereo, 5.1 surround and Dolby Atmos by producer Giles Martin and Sam Okell for a series of Special Editions released by Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe. The Super Deluxe CD, vinyl and digital versions also contain 27 previously unreleased recordings, the EP “Let It Be” of four tracks and the LP version with the 14 previously unreleased tracks of 'Get Back', mixed by Glyn Johns in May 1969.