The Beatles Get Back To Abbey Road
Covers the records released by the Beatles in 1969 from the “Get Back” single to Abbey Road.
$20.00 – $100.00
In January 1969, the Beatles abandoned the familiar setting of EMI Studios on Abbey Road by rehearsing at Twickenham Film Studios and recording an album worth of songs in the basement and on the roof of Apple’s Savile Row headquarters. Their next session was at Trident Studios. During the next few months, the Beatles held recording sessions with producers George Martin, Chris Thomas and Glyn Johns at Abbey Road and Olympic Studios.
After this erratic start to the year, the group decided it was time to get back to where they once belonged. That July, the Beatles returned to Abbey Road, where seven years earlier they had their first recording session with EMI and producer George Martin. During the next few months, the Beatles and Martin recaptured the magic and camaraderie that at times was missing during the January sessions. The resulting album, Abbey Road, was issued in the Fall, quickly topping the charts. Although the group’s January 1969 recordings would eventually be issued on the Let It Be album in May 1970, Abbey Road would be the last album recorded by the Beatles.
1st edition, 2019
9″ x 9″
full color throughout
Table of Contents
- Once There Was A Way To Get Back Home – Bruce Spizer
- From Tucson, Arizona to Abbey Road: An American Perspective of the Beatles in 1969 – Bruce Spizer
- From Twickenham to Abbey Road: A British Perspective of the Beatles in 1969 – Bruce Spizer
- the Beatles Get Back to Abbey Lane: The Beatles in Canada in 1969 – Piers Hemmingsen
- He Couldn’t “Let It Be”: John Lennon in 1969 – Jude Southerland Kessler
- 1969: Carry That Weight – Al Sussman
- 1969: The Year in Music and Film – Frank Daniels
- “It’s Just a Nasty Rumor” – Bruce Spizer
- 28 IF: The “Paul is dead” Conspiracy Theory – Fox Feynman
- Picture Sleeves
- Fan Recollections
- A Fan’s Notes: On the Way to Abbey Road – Bill King
- Why Don’t We Do It In Abbey Road? Yet Another Iconic Cover – Bruce Spizer
- The Recording Sessions (From Apple to Abbey Road) – Bruce Spizer