I have decided to post the music from the Let It Be album before going into Abbey Road, because Let It Be was recorded first, though released last. It has the distinction of being the last Beatles album for people who don't know their Beatles history. These students can improve their grade by reading and writing a research paper on this article at Wikipedia, which simplifies the story for those who are laggards. Those who have been attentive in class know that Abbey Road is actually the Beatles' last album, and I will post on that one last in order to end the Beatles LP Countdown with a good taste in our mouths and ears.
Let It Be has some great music, but it is not a very good album. Far worse, the film Let It Be is a record of the process of the Beatles breaking up, so it is a sad film to watch. It really is the twilight of the gods.
Many have seen the song "Two Of Us" as an allusion to John and Paul instead of a story about a man and woman. The pair could certainly have had a successful career as a duo, but then we would never had had the Beatles. Anyway, we will survive Let It Be and move on to Abbey Road. For those without fluency in Beatleology and too lazy to read the Wikipedia article, let me clue you: George Martin did not produce the album Let It Be that was eventually released. No, that was the work of the famous (and now infamous, as he is serving a 19 to life for murder and will most certainly never get out alive) Phil Spector with his "Wall Of Sound."
So without further adieu, The Walrus Speaks gives you the Liddypool Four, and Phil Spector.