What to Expect From The Beatles' 'Let It Be' Reissue (And 'Get Back' Documentary)

"I think the legend is warped," says producer Giles Martin.

In times of trouble, there were probably worse things for Giles Martin to do than immerse himself in compiling The BeatlesLet It Be special edition releases and the soundtrack to Peter Jackson's upcoming Get Back for Disney+.

"It was quite strange," Martin, the son of the Beatles' late producer George Martin and lead engineer on their archival projects since LOVE in 2006, tells Billboard via Zoom from England. "I was finishing the album when quarantine happened, and I moved all my gear to a cottage in the middle of nowhere next to my house and worked at a kitchen table and finished the record there. So it was a bit like Let It Be itself, when they moved the equipment. It was like Let It Be revisited."