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The BeatlesLet It Be... Naked

Label:Parlophone – 07243 595438 0 2, Apple Records – 07243 595438 0 2
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation, Mixed, Mono
Genre:Rock, Non-Music
Style:Pop Rock, Dialogue


A1Get Back2:34
A2Dig A Pony3:38
A3For You Blue2:28
A4The Long And Winding Road3:34
A5Two Of Us3:21
A6I've Got A Feeling3:31
B1One After 9092:44
B2Don't Let Me Down3:19
B3I Me Mine2:21
B4Across The Universe3:38
B5Let It Be3:54
Fly On The Wall
Level UpC1aConversation
Level UpC1bSun King0:17
Level UpC2Don't Let Me Down0:35
Level UpC3aConversation
Level UpC3bOne After 9090:09
Level UpC4aConversation
Level UpC4bBecause I Know You Love Me So1:32
Level UpC5aConversation
Level UpC5bDon't Pass Me By
Level UpC6Taking A Trip To Carolina0:19
Level UpC7John's Piano Piece0:18
Level UpC8aConversation
Level UpC8bChild Of Nature0:24
Level UpC9Back In The USSR0:09
Level UpC10aConversation
Level UpC10bEvery Little Thing0:09
Level UpC11Don't Let Me Down1:01
Level UpC12aConversation
Level UpC12bAll Things Must Pass0:21
Level UpD1aConversation
Level UpD1bShe Came In Through The Bathroom Window0:05
Level UpD2aConversation
Level UpD2bPaul's Piano Piece1:01
Level UpD3aConversation
Level UpD3bGet Back0:15
Level UpD4aConversation
Level UpD4bTwo Of Us0:22
Level UpD5Maggie Mae0:22
Level UpD6Fancy My Chances With You0:27
Level UpD7aConversation
Level UpD7bCan You Dig It?0:31
Level UpD8aConversation
Level UpD8bGet Back0:32
Level UpD9Conversation

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This version has a different rim text on labels: ℗ 2003 THE COPYRIGHT IN THIS...
in comparison to the following release with the rim text: ℗ THE COPYRIGHT IN THIS... (the year 2003 is missing)
The Beatles - Let It Be... Naked

Heavyweight 180g vinyl pressing.
Gatefold glossy cover.

Includes a 12" x 12" 20-page booklet and an additional 7" disc with 20 song-fragments: "Fly On The Wall": "A Unique Insight Into The Beatles At Work In Rehearsal And In The Studio During January 1969".

Generic anti-static die-cut poly-lined dust inner sleeve without corners (only the LP).

This "...Naked" -LP was mixed and remastered from the original 1969 recorded master-tapes and comes without "Dig it" and "Maggie Mae," two titles of the 1970 "Let It Be" release but with "Don't Let Me Down" that is not on Phil Spector's reproduced remix from 1970.
"Fly On The Wall" (7" Disc) consists of snippets of conversations and song-fragments as they were recording the album. None of them are numbered on the 7"-cover or in the booklet. They are edited here in a numbered track-list to give an overview for orientation.

Printed in the EU.

The earliest gatefold jacket & 7" sleeve has a misprint where credits are written.
The words "recordingis" are written as one word. Later 1st pressings have the phrase "recording is" correctly printed as two words.
The second pressing from 2010 has pronounced differences: polygraphy darker, less contrast, paper thinner, gatefold sleeve has a smaller size. Difference in color is particularly noticeable on the back of the sleeve. In addition, the cover of second edition has is smaller sizes in width and height.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 724359543802
  • Barcode (Printed): 7 24359 54380 2
  • Label Code: LC0299
  • Rights Society: BEL BIEM
  • Price Code (F:): PM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 5954380 1A1 SRz
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 5954380 1B1 SRz
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout): 5954380 1A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout): 5954380 1B1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Let It Be... Naked (CD, Album, Copy Protected, CD, Copy Protected, Mixed)Apple Records, Parlophone07243 595714 2 3Europe2003
Let It Be... Naked (CD, Album, CD, Mixed, Mono)Capitol Records, Apple RecordsCDP 7243 5 95713 2 4US2003
Let It Be... Naked (CD, Album, CD, Mixed)Parlophone, Apple Records07243 595713 2 4Europe2003
New Submission
Let It Be...Naked = レット・イット・ビー… ネイキッド (CD, Album, Copy Protected, Reissue, CD, Copy Protected, Mixed, All Media, )Apple RecordsTOCP 67300・01Japan2003
New Submission
Let It Be... Naked (Cassette, Album, Partially Mixed)Apple Records, Parlophone, CX07243 5 95227 4 6, 7243 59522746, E00378Indonesia2003
Cardiff_Giant's profile picture
Edited 5 days ago
I always thought the sequencing on this album was all wrong. Seriously seems random rather than deliberate. "Get Back" should be the first song, and this Naked version gets that right at least. But then things go out of whack again. "Two Of Us" would be so perfect as the closing track, but here it's weirdly placed as track 5 of 6 on Side 1 (slightly less weird than having it as the opening track). Instead "I've Got A Feeling" moves to the end of Side 1, rather than starting Side 2. What are you doing guys? Would have flowed better like this:

Get Back (2:35)
Dig A Pony (3:38)
Across The Universe (3:38)
I Me Mine (2:21)
Let It Be (3:56)

I've Got A Feeling (3:33)
One After 909 (2:44)
Don't Let Me Down (3:19)
The Long And Winding Road (3:34)
For You Blue (2:28)
Two Of Us (3:21)

RareFindMusic's profile picture
Does anyone have an extra “Fly On The Wall” 7”? My copy was missing this when purchased.
Lombardi's profile picture
This is a fantastic recording and mixing. Haven't yet spent serious time listening to the 12" record. What I was wondering is if anyone knows if the 7" is mono. I'd like to play it with a mono cartridge if so but nowhere there's any indication of it. Anyone knows?
warsperfume's profile picture
Repress this on vinyl, Apple! I was disappointed to not see this on the 2021 box set.
mmh175's profile picture
Bought this when it came out. Really lovely album and I like having a non-wall of sound version. The version of Let It Be is beautiful and without any IGD- the pressing quality is remarkable. Unfortunately, I do not think these versions are going to be included in the upcoming 50th anniversary box set that I can tell (ordered it anyway of course!)
TheFleshExp's profile picture
I’m very glad I bought this when it came out. Prices are through the roof…understandable really though. This is worth paying up for IMO. It is a far superior version of the album than the sloppy Spectorized mess it originally was. Closer to the original concept and if the only thing they did was add Don’t Let Me Down, I’d say it was better.
beartron's profile picture
Putting aside which version of this album is best, my pressing sounds good if maybe missing some high end detail compared to the mono masters LP3 from 2014. Wouldn’t mind hearing a remaster of this at some point but happy with this version. Like a lot of Beatles vinyl it’s gotten quite expensive in the last few years, though.
ingramkeith's profile picture
The original concept for the album was just to hear them as the group without embellishments of any sort. At least Naked nearly 'gets back' to what was originally intended and is all the better for it. Hopefully when the film comes out next year there will be a definitive release on vinyl of the recordings at Twickenham, the Apple Studios and also the full rooftop concert. As for the original box set, I still have mine and as is stated in other comments, the original 'Get Back' book included was so badly produced that it fell apart if you even made any attempt to read it. Perhaps the release of the new book to accompany the film next year will be of a better quality, of course at the extra cost.
MB-Daniel's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
Now the anniversary version is in progress, maybe just maybe, we will get a double vinyl or triple vinyl with all three versions together - Let It Be, "Naked" and Get Back?? And who knows some of those missing session cuts. We have been listening to the original much longer than any new cuts, it is always hard to accept which ones best, as the newer versions have not been around as long, unless you are of a new age. A musician typically loves "Naked", the general listener the "original". To the musician, you can hear the structure of the songs better and how they build up, thats art for you............
LuciferSam10029's profile picture
I wish they would re-release this on vinyl, that'd be incredible as this is a major step-up from the original Spector mess. The Wall of Sound was indeed an interesting idea and it did work well on some music like the singles from the Ronettes and the Righteous Brothers but he butchered the hell out of Let It Be as well as Harrison's All Things Must Pass. I wish someone would go back and remix All Things Must Pass, if possible.