Martin, 44 and decorated with three grammy awards, look urbane and unruffled, but surely there is some puzzled hurt in his eyes when he talks about the final result of Let It Be. "It was always understood that the album would be like nothing the Beatles had done before. It would be honest, no overdubbing, no editing, truly live. Almost amateurish. When John brought in Phil Spector, he contradicted everything he had said before. When I heard the final sounds, I was shaken. They were so uncharacteristic of the clean sounds the Beatles had always used.
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