Aug. 26 (UPI) — The Beatles have announced a set of special edition reissues of their 1978 album Let It Be that will be released in October.
The special edition album, available in multiple packages, has been newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell.
The super deluxe package, which retails for $139.98, will feature 5 CDs, an audio Blu-Ray and a 105-page book. The content includes 27 previously unreleased session recordings, a four-track Let It Be EP and a never-before released 14-track “Get Back” stereo LP mix by engineer Glyn Johns from 1969.
Three tracks from the reissue including a 2021 stereo mix of “Let It Be,” a rooftop live performance of “Don’t Let Me Down” and track “For You Blue” from the “Get Back” stereo LP mix have also been released digitally across music streaming services.
Filmmaker Peter Jackson’s Get Back documentary is coming to Disney+ starting on Nov. 25. The documentary will be separated into three, two-hour long episodes that showcase the iconic band recording songs for Abbey Road and Let It Be.