PAUL MCCARTNEY Recreates The Beatles' Famous Abbey Road Photo After 49 Years!
Abbey Road, one of The Beatles' most beloved albums, will be turning 49 years old in September. The massively successful record sold over four million copies during the first two months of its release.
The photo of the Fab Four walking on the now legendary pedestrian crossing is arguably the most recognizable rock album cover of all time.
#OTD #1969 The #AbbeyRoad sessions begin at #TridentStudios.`I Want You' (later - `I Want You (She's So Heavy)’ is the first track they record.— The Beatles (@thebeatles) February 22, 2018
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Paul McCartney recently shared a video of him crossing Abbey Road where he recreated one of rock music's most iconic moments, much to the delight of the onlooking crowd. Our favorite Beatle was on his way to the studio to do a surprise performance as he gears up for the upcoming release of his latest solo album Egypt Station. Sir Paul's daughter Mary was the one who filmed the clip.
The original Abbey Road photo was taken on August 8, 1969 by Iain Macmillan one month before the LP's release.