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Let It Be Love - Hot Pets - Love Games (Vinyl, LP)


  • Douzuru
    Jan 10, - Explore Sherrie Klotz's board "Beatles Album Covers" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Beatles albums, Beatles album covers, Album covers pins.
  • Kajilkree
    Let It Be is the 12th and final studio album released by Beatles, being together. It was released by the band's Apple Records label shortly after the group announced their break-up. At that time always remember a discussion which is the last Beatles album Abey Road or Let it Be, becaue it was known that most tracks of let it be was /5(K).
  • Fenriktilar
    Indeed, it is Steve Fjelstad’s 'raw’ production on this album (plus Westerberg’s passionate vocals) that is one of the main reasons why I prefer Let It Be to the more polished production sound of its follow-up, ’s Tim (perhaps surprising given that Tim was produced by the Ramones drummer, Tommy Erdelyi)/5().
  • Faekree
    Paul's voice is a bit hoarse in some points, especially on the opening tune "Drive My Car", but that does not change the fact that this is a 5 Star album! My favorite Paul McCartney album is 's "Back In The U.S." in support of the "Driving Rain" album. I think Paul was at his peak vocally on that tour, which I was fortunate to see live/5().
  • Gorr
    This g vinyl LP remastered recording of the Beatles Yellow Submarine album is perfectly mixed and it sounds absolutely wonderful on a good stereo system. It's great to listen to the early Beatles songs from the sixties again, but also with a mix and quality of sound of today. Great album!/5().
  • Kik
    Feb 10, - Pretty album art of songs I love. See more ideas about Album art, Album cover design, Album covers pins.
  • Digul
    Browse through a collection of vinyl in a variety of colors and formats. Find a range of vinyl records of famous artists like Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Nirvana, David Bowie and Frank Sinatra, as well as new vinyl releases like Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift. Vinyl records are known for their clear sound quality as compared to MP3s or CDs.
  • Faut
    Maybe it will grow on me, but at any rate, it's a small price to pay for all of the obvious improvements. I'm pretty sure that from now on I'm going to be listening to the Naked version of Let It Be much more often than the original. I love John, but his enlistment of Phil Spector to produce the Let It Be album /5(1).

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