"Let It Be... Naked" strips the album of producer Phil Spector's lavish orchestrations and effects, and uses many of Sir Paul McCartney's original ideas, said the company.
"If we had today's technology back then, it would sound like this because this is the noise we made in the studio," McCartney said of the new version.
"It's exactly as it was in the room. You're right there now," he said.
Most of "Let It Be...Naked" was recorded in 1969 and was originally due to be called "Get Back." It was intended to show the Fab Four returning to their roots as a four-piece rock-and-roll band.
However, the 1969 album was recorded as the band drifted apart,so hundreds of hours of abandoned tapes were given to Spector to turn into something to release.
John Lennon praised Spector's version but Sir Paul was said to be annoyed by the orchestration of his song, The Long and Winding Road.
The album includes the tracks Across the Universe and Let It Be,while Background Dialogue, Dig It and Maggie Mae have been taken off the album, and Don't Let Me Down has been added, Apple Corps said.
Spector is one of the most celebrated producers in rock history.Enditem