Abbey Road: The Story of the World's Most Famous Recording Studios
The story of the famous recording studio, explaining how it became such an influential part of the sixties music scene. Updated and expanded, it features interviews with stars who recorded there, including Paul McCartney, Kate Bush, Duran Duran and Cliff Richard.
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