I just borrowed a copy of "Love" by "the Beatles" (yes, I put quotes around the band's name for a reason) and I'm not sure if I should praises George Martin and his Son, or find the nearest baseball bat and beat them senseless. "Love" isn't a straight-forward compilation of hits by the Beatles. It's a mash up of some of their slightly lesser known songs. Martin and Martin took a drum beat from here and placed it there, while borrowing a solo hear and placing it somewhere else. Through that process they produced something new, and yet not, at the same time. In a way it's an intriguing concept that John, Paul, George, and Ringo touched on in a few of their late recordings. They were always experimenting with new sounds. In a way the album breathes new life into the classics, and yet as I listen I can't help but desire the original versions. Maybe I'm just a Beatles snob.
With all that said, I encourage you to give it a try. If you're looking for something a little different and yet familiar at the same time you wont be too disappointed. I was amazed at how fresh the songs sounded. It's hard to believe they were recorded 40 years ago.