translated from Spanish: The Beatles will release album on their 50th anniversary

London. The Beatles will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their album “Let It Be” with the publication of a special edition, which will include unreleased recordings in the studio and will go on sale on October 15. This was confirmed by the legendary British band in a statement, which came accompanied by a preview of the album with three songs, already available on all digital platforms: the 2021 version of “Let It Be”; Glyn Johns’ mix of “For You Blue” (1969) and the first performance of “Don’t Let Me Down” from a rooftop. This special edition of “Let It Be” will follow in the wake of previous expanded editions of the albums of “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (2017), The Beatles “White Album” (2018) and “Abbey Road” (2019). The Beatles. Instagram Photo Like those mentioned, it will also include the remix of the album by Giles Martin and Sam Okell in stereo and Dolby Atmos extracted from the original session, in addition to 8 rooftop recordings, and 27 session recordings never before released. On 2 January 1969, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr began recording the album (which was provisionally called “Volver”) at a studio in Twickenham, south-west London. There, the weeks of rehearsals were documented by the cameras. These are the only Beatles sessions filmed. Some of them are seen in the 80 minutes of the film “Let It Be” (1970), but hundreds of photographs and more than 60 hours of unpublished film and 150 hours of recordings have not yet seen the light. It will be this fall when they do, hand in hand with a book and the premiere at the end of November of the documentary series “The Beatles: Get Back”, directed by the Oscar-winning Peter Jackson (“The Lord of the Rings””The Lord of the Rings”) and broadcast exclusively on Disney +. Read more: Tom Cruise closes CinemaCon in a big way with “Mission Impossible” and “Top Gun” “I had always thought that the original “Let It Be” film was a bit sad because it was about the separation of our band, but the new film teaches the love and camaraderie we had between us,” writes Paul McCartney in his foreword to the libretto included in the special edition of “Let It Be.”  TikTok Video, Cameraman Dodges a Bullet That Passes Brushing

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