The Beatles “Let It Be – Japanese Broadcast Edition. Definitive Video Master” (No label DVD)
Programme intro / Let It Be intro / CM / Twickenham Film Studio – Opening / Adagio For Strings / Don’t Let Me Down / Conversation / Maxwell’s Silver Hammer / Conversation / Two Of Us / I’ve Got A Feeling / I’ve Got A Feeling / Oh! Darling / Conversation / One After 909 / Piano Jam / Two Of Us / Conversation / Across The Universe / Dig A Pony / Suzy’s Parlour / I Me Mine
Apple Studio – For You Blue / Conversation / Besame Mucho / Octopus’s Garden / You Really Got A Hold On Me / The Long And Winding Road / Shake Rattle And Roll / CM (Intermission) / Kansas City – Miss. Ann – Lawdy Miss Clawdy / Dig it / Conversation / Two Of Us / Let It Be / The Long And Winding Road
Rooftop – Rooftop Intro / Get Back / Don’t Let Me Down / I’ve Got A Feeling / One After 909 / Dig A Pony / Get Back / End Credit / CM / End Credit / CM / End Credit feat. Let It Be intro. (Approx 89 mins)
Reviewed earlier this year but released last year, this DVD version of the 1984 broadcast of the Beatles final film for United Artists was quick to sell out originally so the No Label brand have released another pressing – billed as the definitive video master – but the only difference is that it comes with a handsome red cover this time.
my comments from the last review still stand – It’s a great version of the film, Japanese subtitles and dated advertisements for Sony products and all. Highly recommended until Apple get their act together and alongside the forthcoming HMC release of the Shea concert, very well worth seeking out.If you liked this review, buy me a cup of joe. (Suggested: $3 a shot or $7.5 for a double)