The title – which evokes one of the Beatles most famous songs : ‘Let It Be’
– and the cover – which winks an eye at their psychedelic masterpiece
‘Yellow Submarine’ – accompany a kaleidoscope of songs ranging from the
classics of the early years of the Fab Four, as ‘She Loves You’, to the
evergreen recordings of their last years of activity like ‘Come Together’,
all rigorously reviewed in their swing style, which has now become
Sugarpie’s trademark sound.
The Album is a studio reworking of one of their Live Shows dedicated to the
Beatles and Louis Armstrong which was first performed at the ‘Ascona Jazz
Festival’ in summer 2014.
It was then repeated at Umbria Jazz 2015, and on the famous Web TV Show
called Web Notte.
The main feature of the Album is the way it was recorded Live almost
entirely in a single session in the Studio and the great originality of the
arrangements and the feeling of freshness of the performance.
Sugarpie and the Candymen have strongly wanted to prove with this record
their devotion and their love for the magical band from Liverpool. Not to be