Let It Be most commonly refers to: Let It Be (Beatles album), 1970. Let It Be" (Beatles song), 1970. Let It Be (1970 film), documentary about the Beatles album. Let It Be may also refer to: Let It Be (2004 film), a Taiwanese documentary about peasant farmers. Let It Be" (Grey's Anatomy), an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Let It Be", an episode of Instant Star. Let It Be (musical), a West End musical using Beatles songs. Let It Be (Green Jellö EP), 1984.
Macbeth is a 1990 album by Slovenian avant-garde music group Laibach. It consists of music composed and performed by Laibach for a 1987 production of the William Shakespeare play Macbeth by Wilfried Minks at Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, Germany in 1987. It is the second Laibach album consisting of music written for a play, after their 1986 album Baptism.
Let It Be is a cover album by Laibach. It was released in 1988 and is a cover of the Beatles' album Let It Be recorded in Laibach style with military rhythms and choirs, though a few tracks deviate from this formula, most notably "Across the Universe". The title track is omitted and "Maggie Mae" is replaced by the German folk song "Auf der Lüneburger Heide" in combination with "Was gleicht wohl auf Erden". For You Blue" begins with Moondog's "Crescent Moon March", which is subsequently used as a counter-melody .
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Let It Be is the twelfth and final studio album by English rock band The Beatles, released on 8 May 1970 by Apple Records. Issued almost a month after the band's breakup, it was originally conceived as Get Back, a return to their earlier, less complicated approach to music. Rehearsals began at Twickenham Film Studios in London in January 1969 as part of a planned documentary film showing the Beatles preparing to return to live performance.
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