Let It All Be Music – The Party Album is a budget-priced 2-CD box set by Boney . released on Sony-BMG, featuring a mix of singles, album tracks and 12" versions. The box set contains 8 tracks (versions) that are previously unreleased on CD. The tracks are divided into "The Seventies" (Disc 1) and "The Eighties" (Disc 2). "Let It All Be Music" (van Vugt) - 5:09. From Oceans of Fantasy (1979). Alternate album version.
Let It Be is the third studio album by American rock band The Replacements. It was released on October 2, 1984 by Twin/Tone Records. A post-punk album with coming-of-age themes, Let It Be was recorded by the band after they had grown tired of playing loud and fast exclusively as on their 1983 Hootenanny album; the group decided to write songs that were, according to vocalist Paul Westerberg, "a little more sincere.
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But then it was, 'Let's make it an album and a film, and we're going to make the album a film of us doing a concert of songs we've never recorded before. It's kind of like trying to do too much at once. And then you're recording it - the comparison I made in the book is kind of Nixon's 'The Watergate Tapes,' you have no idea that this stuff is going to comeback to haunt you forever. Let It Be earned the Beatles their only Academy Award, when they won the 1970 Oscar for Best Original Song Score. Information on this particular release: Let It Be is a filmed documentary of the Beatles rehearsing and recording their new album in 1969. The film culminated with a concert by the group set on the rooftop on their own Apple office building in London's west end. Paul McCartney's concept for the album and film was that it wasn't going to have studio trickery like overdubs and effects.
Let It Be is an album released in 1970 by English rock band The Beatles. It is their 12th and final album even though production started before the Abbey Road sessions. Let It Be was an attempt to breathe new life into The Beatles by having them perform together live in the studio rather than record complex arrangements separately and put them together via overdubs. In essence, Paul McCartney wanted them to go back to their roots.
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