The Beatles Let It Be...Naked on iTunesThe Beatles have finally released Let It Be...Naked on iTunes with additional bonus features including studio chatter, podcasts, and more. “If we’d had today’s technology back then, it would sound like this because this is the noise we made in the studio," said Paul McCartney. "It’s all exactly as it was in the room. You’re right there now.”

Let It Be...Naked features the original unedited and unproduced takes from Beatles sessions at Apple Records and Twikenham Studios in London in 1969 including the rooftop concert that produced "Get Back," "I Dig A Pony," and "Don't Let Me Down." 

If you're only familiar with Phil Spector's glossy production of the Let It Be sessions, the new mix offers The Beatles in all their gritty glory.  The band was musically in a great place at the time despite their personal troubles and the original Let It Be sessions are not to be missed.  A few months later, the lads would tie up loose ends with their final album,  Abbey Road, which was recorded to the studio's new transistor mixing board which made for a much smoother, polished sound. But Let It Be was recorded with the same tube gear the band had used since 1962 and Let It Be...Naked benefits from the funky sonics.  Visit the website for all the details.