Originally released in 2003, Let It Be... Naked was a re-release of The Beatles' classic record Let It Be but with Phil Spector's production overdubs and between track chatter removed. The project was overseen by Paul McCartney who felt that Spector’s production did not represent the original intentions that the band had for the record.

This new digital version includes digital notes provided by Kevin Howlett, Beatles historian, as well as bonus audio of rehearsal sessions and studio 'banter' from the band. You can find it on iTunes.