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Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios, created in November of 1931 by EMI in London, England, is best known as the legendary recording studio used by the rock band, The Beatles.

Studio Two at Abbey Road is the studio that was used by The Beatles in the 1960s. The Beatles also named their 1969 album, Abbey Road, after the studio. The famous cover photo for that album was taken outside Abbey Road studios. Studio Two was also used by Pink Floyd (Dark Side of the Moon), the Hollies, Manfred Mann, the Seekers, Gerry and the Pacemakers and others.

Studio One at Abbey Road has been used for many motion picture soundtrack recordings, including Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, Episode VI - Return of the Jedi, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Lord of the Rings, Shrek, Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace, and Braveheart. The Beatles also occasionally used the studio for large sessions like the orchestra tracks on "A Day In The Life".

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