Well, I see a lot of aggression from this "Gastro" chap, but he's now no longer here? Another attempt from Kameamea, perhaps?
Anyhow, moving on - my take on LIBN.
First off, yes, the sound quality is much better. Secondly, it's also a good thing that they removed the talking between tracks - which is fine on demos and Anthology stuff and what-have-you, but a finished album? No. So that's another thumbs-up.
Secondly, the songs themselves. The removal of "Dig It" and "Maggie May", replaced by "Don't Let Me Down" was another good idea. But the differences?
Well, let's see. "Get Back" - I forget who said it, but yes, the song is cut off a little too abruptly. Otherwise, it's very good. Improved sound quality although no real difference to the original.
For You Blue - this, coupled with Paul's performance of it at the George tribute show, remind you that it is a very nice song. Not a classic, by any means, but a good solid song. Much improved.
I've Got A Feeling - this sounds a bit lighter than the original, which was quite blistering. Interesting difference, and a good solid track either way.
I Me Mine - not much to say on this, it's just the strings removed from the original and better sound quality.
Two Of Us, One After 909 and Dig A Pony, again, all there is to say is the improved sound quality. Good.
The main points are with the most famous songs.
Across The Universe - the most improved song on the album. The simple effect of just acoustic guitar/vocal is perfect. I liked the original PS version, until I heard this new one.
Let It Be - I agree with Brains. Don't get me wrong, I like this version, it keeps a prominent piano, but the original album version should have been done. Strip off Spector's work, and keep piano AND guitars prominent at the end (the PS version has guitars, the naked version has piano). There are three mixes of this song out there, none of them are perfect, but all of them are worth 10/10. One of the best songs ever by anybody.
Btw - the backing vocal IS Linda. Paul says so on the Wingspan documentary.
The Long & Winding Road - the most controversial track. Now, yes, Spector went overboard with the orchestra, they came in far too quickly. But there's something missing. Billy Preston's keyboard solo doesn't cut it. The orchestra were needed there. Like LIB, there's not a perfect mix of this track, but it's still a fantastic song.
Anybody who goes to see a psychiatrist needs their head examining.