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Martha My Dear October 1968 The Beatles (George & Paul), with session musicians, at Trident Studios in London recording Paul McCartney’s song, Martha My Dear, for the White Album. McCartney was the.

8th Aug 1969, The photo session for the cover of The Beatles 'Abbey Road' album took place on the crossing outside Abbey Road studios. Photographer Iain McMillan, balanced on a step-ladder in the middle of the road took six shots of John, Ringo, Paul, and George walking across the zebra crossing while a policeman held up the traffic. The band then returned to the studio and recorded overdubs on ‘The End’, ‘I Want You (She's So Heavy)’ and ‘Oh! Darling’. http://youtu.be/hfHO6-tDDqU

The Beatles' Abbey Road Photo Shoot Outtakes

Rare Shots of the Abbey Road Cover Photo Session Friday 8 August All four Beatles gathered at EMI Studios on the morning of Friday 8 August 1969 for one of the most famous photo shoots.

Here Are 45 Rare Photos From The Past That You've Never Seen Before. #14 Is Just Awesome. [STORY]

The Beatles waiting to cross Abbey Road, And now we know the real reason that Paul didn't wear shoes in the iconic cover pic. WOW, that's awful footwear, Paul! - By Iain Macmillan

Bird's eye view of the Beatles crossing Abbey Road. I'm guessing this is CGI, unless it coincidentally was taken at the exact same moment as the famous album cover photo, because their hand positions, foot positions, etc are identical to that image -- not likely. Also, I've been there and crossed Abbey Road in this very spot, and there is no vantage point from which to take this image at this angle (parallel to the zebra crossing), unless you happen to have a very tall ladder with you.

From another angle…The Beatles crossing Abbey Road, 1969 .

I'd like to "imitate" this walk across Abbey Road someday... The Beatles’ Abbey Road - photo shoot outtakes

The Beatles waiting to cross Abbey Road, These photos were part of the last taken of the Beatles together. Exactly the ones worn on their famous Abbey Road album cover!

The Beatles - Abbey Road : Something ・ Oh! Darling

Money Can’t Buy Abbey Road (Yet)

The Beatles: Abbey Road Album Cover Parodies. A list of all the groups that have released album covers that look like the The Beatles Abbey Road album.

Photo of Yoko, Linda McCartney, Patti Boyd and Mal Evans lounging in the “Studio Bed” at Abbey Road. Lennon never intended to attend the start of The Beatles “Abbey Road” recording sessions on July 1 but his car crash with Yoko and Julian further delayed his return to London. Upon arrival Lennon arranged for a double bed to be delivered to the studio so he could keep a close eye on Yoko’s well-being.  Photo by John Lennon 1969

Mal Evans, Linda McCartney & Yoko Ono in Abbey Road Studios

THE BEATLES ABBEY ROAD SESSIONS PHOTOS - Moïcani - L'Odéonie

THE BEATLES ABBEY ROAD SESSIONS PHOTOS

The Best Beatles Albums

The Best Beatles Albums

The Beatles’ classic Abbey Road simply stands as one of the greatest albums of all time, and its memorable cover is equally iconic. As the LP’s anniversary approaches, fans have been swarming the.

I'm not so into painting quotes, but whenever I read this, I sing it. And that song (/album) is one of the greatest.

The line "In the end the love you take is equal to the love you make" is essentially the Beatles closing statement. It is the last lyric on the last album they recorded.

Today,9/26/14 The Beatles’ Abbey Road celebrates its 45th anniversary. In light of the occasion, we’re republishing this story, which was originally posted in September 2013. Listen to The Beatles isolated vocal tracks for Abbey Road medley

On Oct. The Beatles released their "Abbey Road" LP in the U. It had been released a few days earlier in the UK. Abbey Road was the last album The Beatles recorded together

Just some guys, hanging out on a sidewalk, about to shoot one of the most iconic album covers in music history. NBD.

The Beatles' Abbey Road Photo Shoot Outtakes

Preparing to cross Abbey Road for their legendary album cover - John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison. Want to walk on Abby Road really bad!

Haha Ringo

Haha Ringo