THE CONCEPT A ‘De-robing’ of inhibitions at the check-in desk, you will be able to stand proud in all your glory like Michelangelo's David, gracefully recline in the nuddy like an Art Series ‘Schaller’ figure, or robe up a la the Renaissance.
The ‘No Robe package’ asks to reveal the real you for a team of artists to capture the image in art form, forever.
The project was initiated by Paul Mc Cartney, who felt that the original album's producer, Phil Spector, did not capture the group's stripped-down, back-to-their-roots intentions for the album.
Naked consists largely of newly mixed versions of the Let It Be tracks while omitting most of Spector's embellishments and the incidental studio chatter featured between many of the songs on the original album.
THE NAKED FACTS How the package works The ‘No Robe package’ will be available by booking at all of the seven Art Series Hotels located in the hottest art and cultural hubs of Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Bendigo.Naked also omits two tracks from the 1970 release – "Dig It" and "Maggie Mae" – replacing them with "Don't Let Me Down", which was the non-album B-side of the "Get Back" single.rather than the orchestral overdubs and embellishments which were added by Phil Spector to three of the songs in the production of the final Let It Be album.In his December 1970 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Lennon had defended Spector's work, saying, "He was given the shittiest load of badly recorded shit – and with a lousy feeling to it – ever. When I heard it, I didn't puke." Harrison and Ringo Starr also remained complimentary about Spector's contribution, In January 1969, the Beatles began rehearsals for what was planned to be their first concert in several years.
The concert was to be recorded for a television special and album, and the rehearsals were filmed for accompanying documentary footage.Visit to find out how to disable chat, block and report users and view history of the game.