One of the few Beatles' albums panned by critics at the time of its release, "Let It Be" sets a high bar that many other bands' best albums can't reach. Recorded in early 1969 and released in 1970, "Let It Be" was created during a time of high tensions for the band, and it got production help from Phil Spector. In spite of critical reviews, fans took the album to #1. The title track, "Get Back," "The Long and Winding Road" and "For You Blue" all summited to the #1 position of the singles' chart. It also features the understated crowd pleaser "Across the Universe." This vinyl pressing contains the 2009 digital remaster of the album, making it sound more vibrant and electrifying than ever before.