LONDON (AP) - A new version of The Beatles' album "Let It Be" will be released in November, the group's company Apple Corps announced Thursday.
"Let It Be...Naked" strips the 1969 album of Phil Spector's lavish production effects, returning to Sir Paul McCartney's original idea for the recording.
"This is the noise we made in the studio," McCartney said of the new version. "It's exactly as it was in the room. You're right there now."
Background dialogue, "Dig It" and "Maggie Mae" have been taken off the album, and "Don't Let Me Down" has been added, Apple Corps said.