The Beatles: Another Fab Four to Preview, from Let It Be's 50th Anniversary

The Beatles released another four songs on Friday, ahead of next month's 50th anniversary edition of Let it Be.

They are take three of "One After 909," featuring some boogie woogie piano playing from Billy Preston; take eight of "Get Back"; the 1970 Glyn Johns mix of George Harrison's "I Me Mine"; and a new mix of "Across the Universe."

These follow "Let It Be" (2021 Stereo Mix)' "Don’t Let Me Down" (first rooftop performance)' and "For You Blue" (‘Get Back’ LP Mix), which were released last month.

To go along with the release of these songs, they've posted on YouTube an unboxing video for the album's special edition releases. The 50th anniversary edition of Let It Be will be released in various configurations on October 15th.

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