Roberta Flack releases her first studio album in almost thirteen years on February 7 with Let It Be: Roberta Flack Sings the Beatles. The album, from 429 Records, is her first since 1999's Friends: Roberta Flack Sings Mariko Takahashi.

The project has garnered the blessing of Yoko Ono who contributed the liner notes to the album. Newly signed to a partnership of 429 Records, Sony ATV Music Publishing and Flack's RAS Records, the album which was produced by Sherrod Barnes, who has also produced Beyonce' and Angie Stone, with contributing producers Jerry Barnes and Barry Miles.

Says Yoko Ono: "With this collection, Roberta is adding a woman's voice of fun and joy and, again, making people realize how universal these songs are."

Track List:

In My Life
Hey Jude
We Can Work it Out
Let It Be
Oh Darling
I should Have Known Better
The Long & Winding Road
Come Together
Isn't It A Pity
If I Fell
And I Love Her
Here, There, and Everywhere