Rock Docs Podcast: Let It Be, featuring guest Jeremy Kaplan of Dogs in a Pile

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Let It Be Documentary

Rock Docs listeners, are you familiar with a little band called The Beatles? Indeed, they’re the subject of this week’s episode, which revisits the 1970 documentary Let It Be, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, and restored in a new 2024 version of the film, which is now streaming via Disney+.

The restored Let It Be arrives a few years after the 468-minute Peter Jackson-directed The Beatles: Get Back, which showcased a lot of behind the scenes activity that wasn’t included in the original film. Among the topics that come up in conversation in this episode: How does this movie fit into the great context of the Get Back experience? Which version of the rooftop concert is better? And what’s up with that very weird dialogue between Peter Jackson and Michael Lindsay-Hogg before the movie starts?

Joining hosts Andy Keatts and David Lizerbram this week is guest Jeremy Kaplan from the band Dogs in a Pile. Plus Evan Laffer of Jokermen provides us with his very brief review of The Beach Boys documentary, also on Disney+.

Watch the trailer below and hear the full episode.

Let It Be is featured on our list of the 150 Best Albums of the 1970s. Many of their other albums are featured on our list of the 150 Best Albums of the 1960s.

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