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 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Abbey Road Studios   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
The studios are located in Abbey Road, in St John's Wood in the City of Westminster.
The studios were then known as EMI studios until they changed their name to Abbey Road Studios formally in the 1970s.
Studio Two at Abbey Road became a centre of rock music in 1958 when Cliff Richard and the Drifters (later Cliff Richard and The Shadows), recorded Move It, arguably the first European rock 'n' roll single.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Abbey Road (album)
Abbey Road is the last-recorded, next-to-last released, and, some music critics say, greatest album written by The Beatles; it was released on September 26, 1969 in the UK and October 1, 1969 in the US.
The two album sides were quite different in character, perhaps to please McCartney and John Lennon individually; side one (to please Lennon) was a collection of single tracks, while side two (to please McCartney) contained one long medley of short compositions that segued together.
In 1997 Abbey Road was named the 12th greatest album of all time in a 'Music of the Millennium' poll conducted by HMV, Channel 4, The Guardian and Classic FM; it received the same ranking in a 1998 poll of Q magazine readers.
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 Abbey Road Music - Favorite Songs - Lyrics From   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
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Abbey Road Studios is quite simply the most famous recording studio in the world.
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 Abbey Road - Encyclopedia FunTrivia
Save for a few re-recordings, editing sessions and the new song "I Me Mine," which came out on “Let it Be,” “Abbey Road” was the Beatles’ last album to be recorded before Paul announced the group's separation on April 10th, 1970, nine days after "I Me Mine" was recorded.
They wanted to call the White Album “A Doll’s House,” the film “A Hard Day’s Night” “Beatlemania,” and the working title of “I Want to Tell You” was “Laxton’s Superb.” The Beatles wanted to call “Abbey Road” “Everest” after engineer Geoff Emerick’s favorite brand of cigarettes.
They wanted to fly to Mount Everest and have their picture taken in front of the mountain, but they were too mad at each other to have their cover photo taken farther than down Abbey Road, the street on which their recording studio was located.
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 Acclaimed Music - Abbey Road   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Rolling Stone Album Guide, Albums Given 5 Stars (USA, 1979 and/or 1983)
VH1 (USA) - The 100 Greatest Albums of R 'N' R (2001)
Spex (Germany) - The 100 Albums of the Century (1999)
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