For The Last Time: “Let it Be” was NOT The Beatles’ Break-up Album

With the world premiere of Peter Jackson’s documentary Get Back, feature stories in print, online, and on TV have almost invariably described the original Beatles Let it Be album and film as the group’s “break-up” album — or, even worse, their “final” album. Such lazy, ignorant, and incorrect reportage might finally come to an end upon the release of Get Back, after fifty…

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Pop Culture historian, Freelance Writer, Author, specializing in American comedy history in films, radio, and TV. Beatles and jazz enthusiast, animal lover.

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Garry Berman

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Pop Culture historian, Freelance Writer, Author, specializing in American comedy history in films, radio, and TV. Beatles and jazz enthusiast, animal lover.

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