I finally got to listen to my copy, all weekend in heavy rotation with the fly-on-the-wall disc and Disc 3 of the Anthology. Sort of like an authorized version of The Black Album, which I had once---and I consider it a rip-off. The Black Album bootleg had just a few good moments--like Paul screaming GET BACK like a maniac, and the fast Elvis version of Two of Us.
But as for LIBN, no long-winded heavy dissertation here, sorry, lol. I loved it all. I think some of you folks are taking this release too seriously. The stand-out track for me was, surprisingly, For You Blue. I really dug that muted keyboard thing going on, or whatever it was. Didn't like the guitar lead on Let It Be as much as on the single, but if my memory serves me, it seems to be the actual lead played in the movie, so I guess that's cool. My favorite Don't Let Me Down version is the one where John sings gibberish on one of the lines, but this one was still good.
I would have liked a longer fly-on-the-wall disc, but to some folks it would have probably been like home movies, somebody would probably have complained that a longer one would have been too tedious. Not to me though, it was GREAT hearing them work a tune or an idea.
One thing I noticed about Oh Darling on the Anthology is that George is jamming out some cool guitar licks! [:)]