The Beatles - Let It Be... Naked
This is basically a 2003 remix of Let It Be, based on McCartney's opinion of what The Beatles would've actually wanted the album to sound like. IOW, what it could've been if Phil Spector hadn't been brought in after the fact to finish mixing the album and add all the overdubs (with zero band input). In addition to the "de-Spectorization", the track order has been reworked, "Don't Let Me Down" (from the same sessions) has been added, two short "filler" tracks removed, and the studio/rooftop chatter between the tracks edited out. The sound quality has also been noticeably cleaned up.
In general, I have to agree with most of the changes made here; they result in a more cohesive album. On the downside, the mix of "Let It Be" (the song) doesn't have George Harrison's guitar solo from the original album version, and IMO it is sorely missed. I've always preferred the album version to the single version of the song for the same reason.
The original version of the album will always have a special place in my heart, since it is the version I grew up listening to. But this is also a worthy addition to my music collection.
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.