A is for Abbey Road/And In The End

Cover of "Abbey Road (Remastered)"

Cover of Abbey Road (Remastered)Apr

Abbey Road – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Abbey Road – Crossing Webcam

“Abbey Road” is the 11th studio album released by The Beatles and the last recorded.  While “Let It Be” was released after “Abbey Road,” it was recorded at an earlier date.  The name comes from the famous Abbey Road Studios in London, where most of the Beatles’ albums were recorded.  The album cover, shot by photographer Linda Eastman McCartney, is one of the most iconic and imitated album covers ever produced.  Today the crossing is almost a tourist attraction.  Above is a live to a live webcam of the crossing.  Crazy, right?  In the interview below Paul McCartney talks about recording at Abbey Road.  “And in the End,” of course, is the very last track/medley on “Abbey Road.”

Cover Story Excerpt: Paul McCartney | Music News | Rolling Stone

9 thoughts on “A is for Abbey Road/And In The End

  1. Well, I just feel silly. I just jumped right over the links as I read through all the wonderful A to Z posts today. I’m sorry. Product of an overzealous love to share. Feel free to delete my goofy comments.

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