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The Beatles' Abbey Road 40th Anniversary!

Con [unknown] en Abbey Road Studios


Sábado 8 de Agosto de 2009 a las 11:00


Abbey Road Studios
London, United Kingdom

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Come Together & Sing Along to Celebrate Rock & Roll History!

The Event -On Saturday August 8th 2009, The Celebrity Planet invites you to cross Abbey Road exactly 40 years on!
Follow in the footsteps of The Beatles across the world famous Abbey Road crossing; dress up as either John, Paul, George or Ringo in one of their many iconic styles; sing along to "Come Together", "Hey Jude" and "Octopus' Garden" from 11am, don't forget your ipod!
You can use Celebrity Planet's Abbey Road web cam (see links) and your family and friends can watch from anywhere in the world! Invite your friends and come and join thousands in celebrating pop culture history.

Pop Culture History

At around 11:30am on August 8th 1969, the fab four strutted across the pedestrian (zebra!) crossing by Abbey Road Studios and into pop culture history.
The album cover photograph was taken by photographer Iain Macmillan and is now one of the most famous and most imitated album covers in recording history. Abbey Road was the last album The Beatles recorded together as a band. Only six pictures were taken in all, and the photo shoot lasted for 10 minutes.

Did you know?

1. Paul McCartney is bare-footed and out of step with John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison, prompting a conspiracy that Paul had died and been replaced by a lookalike!
2. The Volkswagen Beetle parked next to the zebra crossing belonged to one of the people living in the apartment across from the recording studio. After the album came out, the number plate was stolen repeatedly from the car. In 1986, the car was sold at an auction for $23,000 and is currently on display at the Volkswagen museum in Wolfsburg, Germany.
3. The man standing on the pavement in the background is Paul Cole, an American tourist unaware he had been photographed until he saw the album cover months later.
4. In the UK Abbey Road was the best-selling album of 1969 and the fourth best-selling of the entire 1960s, and the eighth best-selling album of 1970.

Facebook event page - invite your friends!Abbey Road Webcam

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