The Beatles, Let It Be

£60.00

The final Beatles album was first released on 8 May 1970, just prior to the launch of the cinema film of the same name. The idea behind the album had been to capture the group ‘live in the studio’ without overdubs or effects, but this changed when producer Phil Spector was brought in to re-produce the tracks. The Long And Winding Road, which had been given a new musical arrangement featuring orchestra and choir, was released as a single in the US and other markets (but not the UK) and became the group’s final No 1 single.

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We are based just outside of York in the UK. All our frames are handmade with machine assistance for continued and lasting quality. All our frames are composed from premium quality FSC certified materials and are glazed with a gallery quality acrylic glazing. This cuts down on weight, is shatterproof for safety around children and pets and all without compromising on the final finish of your artwork.

High quality giclee print using 230gsm heavyweight coated paper and 12-colour Lucia ink for a vibrant and professional finish. The specially formulated ink pigments are produced to avoid graininess and fading, meaning your framed artwork will stand the test of time.
Manufactured in a MDF block moulding.

All framed artwork is hand taped to the rear of the frame to prevent any unwanted dust from entering and diminishing the look.