The Beatles ‎– Let It Be

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Apple Records ‎– PXS 1
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A1 Two Of Us 3:33
A2 Dig A Pony 3:55
A3 Across The Universe 3:51
A4 I Me Mine
Written-By – Harrison*
2:25
A5 Dig It
Written-By – Harrison*, Lennon*, McCartney*, Starkey*
0:51
A6 Let It Be 4:01
A7 Maggie Mae
Arranged By – Harrison*, Lennon*, McCartney*, Starkey*Written-By – Trad.*
0:39
B1 I've Got A Feeling 3:38
B2 One After 909 2:52
B3 The Long And Winding Road 3:40
B4 For You Blue
Written-By – Harrison*
2:33
B5 Get Back 3:09

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"This is a new phase BEATLES album... essential to the content of the film, LET IT BE was that they performed live for many of the tracks; in comes the warmth and the freshness of a live performance; as reproduced for disc by Phil Spector"
"Thanks to George Martin/Glyn Johns/Billy Preston/Mal Davies/Peter Brown/Richard Hewson/Brian Rogers".

Includes a 164 page book, "The Beatles Get Back". Deleted December 1970 and replaced with normal LP format without the book.

The official catalog# of this box set is PXS 1, however the LP sleeve and the record itself carried the standard catalog# PCS 7096.
Original box set LP sleeve had a Red Apple Logo on the reverse. replaced with the standard Green Apple for the later non box set.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label: A-Side): YEX 773
  • Matrix / Runout (Label: B-Side): YEX 774
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out etching: A-Side): YEX 773 - 2U
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out etching: B-Side): YEX 774 - 2U
  • Other (Cat # LP): PCS 7096
  • Rights Society: ncb

Other Versions (5 of 469) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
M 003 The Beatles Let It Be(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Mercur M 003 Poland Unknown Sell This Version
SBTL 1013, SBTL-1.013 The Beatles Let It Be(LP, Album, RE) Apple Records, Apple Records SBTL 1013, SBTL-1.013 Brazil Unknown Sell This Version
CP32-5333 The Beatles Let It Be(CD, Album, Enh, RM, Unofficial, Pap) Odeon (2) CP32-5333 Russia 2009 Sell This Version
No.38 The Beatles Let It Be(LP, Album, Unofficial) KKK (2) No.38 Singapore Unknown Sell This Version
8X0 6351 The Beatles Let It Be(8-Trk, Album) Apple Records 8X0 6351 Canada 1970 Sell This Version

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karin_templin

karin_templin

July 17, 2019
Hey.. I need help. I`ve got the The Beatles Let it be. But i cant find the Vinyl. The Number is PCS 7096 (YEX.774) P 1970 mfd in the UK.. Can some one help me? :-)
70sman

70sman

March 4, 2018
Are you telling me that i cannot find an original UK or US lp on here exact when it came out?
geoglyphs

geoglyphs

February 26, 2018
I have two copies of the book without the LPs they belonged to. Both have the title on the spine and are printed by Garrod and Lofthouse in England. Nevertheless, I noticed a small difference between them: one has the full credits printed on page 5, the other has the first part of the credits printed, but the credits for the lyrics are glued in on a separate piece of paper. Otherwise the credits are identical. Did anyone notice this before?
Groovemaster-DJ

Groovemaster-DJ

January 25, 2018
This is how the album was supposed to have been released in the De Agostini collection and it wasn't total let down and spoilt the otherwise excellent thought out collection, perhaps the tray book and outer slip card could be now printed and mailed out with a replacement red apple lp sleeve to make the collection correct and complete
after all we had
Please Please Me Stereo Gold on Brown Parlophone labels
Magical Mystery Tour full Sterero B side with USA Capitol rainbow labels flyer and sheet
what went wrong with this after being told it would indeed come with box and book!
thebubs

thebubs

September 6, 2017
THIS BOX SET IS THE MOST APPALLING DOG EXCREMENT KNOWN TO MANKIND. The music? Great! No problems there! Everyone should definitely own the single LP (with the Red Apple on the back) - as it is a great LP to own! But seriously who on earth would want to own an original box set???? It beggars belief.

THE BOX SET CONSISTS OF:-

1) The LP (record and cover!) - GREAT! But its all downhill from here.

2) The Let It Be Book - Possibly the cheapest and nastiest made book I have ever seen from this era. Someone decided at the time to laminate (seriously?) the outer cover - so it is now always peeling. But WORST OF ALL whoever made this book obviously got the glue from from a nursery school and didn't even know how to hinge it properly! So because it wasnt 'double hinged' you can't actually open it without creasing the spine. And worst of all the glue is SO POOR, that if you open the book more than 45 degrees - pages will start to pop out of it! SO A BOOK YOU CAN'T READ AND CAN'T OPEN! EXCELLENT!

3) Holding tray. Piece of paper that quickly looks nasty. If you can find a Mint one, you are scared to slide it in or out because it will crease at the earliest opportunity.

4) Book holding tray. Must get the vote for the most pointless invention know to mankind. Doesn't 'hold' the book at all - and disintergrates at the slightest movement from the book. Great!

5) Outer box - actually not terrible, but why open ended? Reader Digest and even EMI were already doing proper boxes - so why on earth was it made like this????

SO IN SHORT - IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO SPEND £400-£600 ON ONE OF THESE BOX SETS - DON'T BOTHER. GET A SINGLE LP INSTEAD. UNLESS OF COURSE, YOU WANT A BOX SET THAT:-

1) You can't access without serious risk of damage
2) A book holder - that doesnt hold the book, and breaks at the slightest touch.
3) A book you can't actually read because you will break it if you do!

WHAT AN INCREDIBLE BOX SET.... NOT.

Oh yes - and this box set NEVER came with a poster. Feel free you enjoy the myth and pay people huge sums if you like. But the Apple Advertising poster was put inside EVERY SINGLE Beatles LP on Parlophone AND Apple in 1970. It was never made for this box set at all. Of course, some were put inside it - but this was the same as any other Beatles Or Apple LP of this period. For example I found one in a 1 box Sgt Pepper on Parlophone just last week. So am I frantically buying a battered Let It be Box set to put this poster inside and rip people off? Er.... no. But others will. All the time. So BEWARE.
TheBeatlesFan1963

TheBeatlesFan1963

July 8, 2017

Its A Great Album My Fave Song Is I Me Mine
TomLechevre

TomLechevre

January 23, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
I have a version of LIB that I got in Ireland some time in the late 1970s (78 or 79). It's listed as an Apple record (PCS 7096, as usual), with a green Apple logo on rear sleeve, but the label is 70s-era Parlophone. The label and sleeve also state "Made in Gt Britain," but the label also confusingly states "Made in the Rep. of Ire." Matrix/runout is stamped YEX-773-3U (side A) and YEX-774-3U (side B). I don't see any UK reissues here that use the Parlophone label--was this unique to Irish pressings?
Loudpipe

Loudpipe

December 25, 2016
Today I saw my bros' LIB, a swedish pressed album in red vinyl, with a booklet. He bought this in a shop and the clerk stated "it was a special edition". Anybody knows more about this? The LP-cover is a folded one, the label on the record is the "normal" Apple-logo, but the vinyl is bright red.
Alwills

Alwills

November 3, 2016
There appears to be 2 different versions of the book with U.K. pressing. The first run had no spine lettering and the pages were notoriously badly glued and often fell out even with light use. The second run had 'Get Back' on the spine and the pages were less prone to dropping out.

97cobra

97cobra

February 10, 2016
with the Apple Records ‎– AR 34001 version, did it include the poster and lyrics?