The Beatles recorded 191 songs in Abbey Road Studios located in Westminster in London. They have recorded all their famous hits like "Hey Jude" and "Let it Be" in Abbey Road Studios itself.
They also used the road outside for the cover of their final album titled "Abbey Road." This location was also preferred by other bands such as Pink Floyd because of the versatility the studio had and also their innovating techniques.
The Beatles used EMI's Abbey Road Studios to record 191 of their songs. Abbey Road Studios is located in Saint John's Wood, City of Westminster, in London. Other notable artists to record there include Pink Floyd, Adele, Duran Duran, Michael Jackson, and scores of others. At the end of 2009, the property was almost sold to property developers but the British Government granted the site English Heritage Grade II in 2010 which protects the studios from any major changes.
Abbey Road Studios used to just be called EMI Recording Studios but was renamed in 1985 after The Beatles' album Abbey Road made the studio famous. The studio and the iconic crossing are considered a pilgrimage for Beatles' fans around the world, attracting thousands of visitors every year.
Abby road-located in the city of westminster, london, england, abbey road is considered the most famous recording studios in the world. originally a nine-bedroom georgian townhouse built in the 1830s the building was later converted to apartments where the most flamboyant resident was maundy gregory. the premises were acquired by the gramophone company in 1931 and converted into studios.
the beatle named their is the eleventh and last recorded studio album abbey road. the album is widely regarded as one of the beatles most tightly constructed albums, although the band was barely operating as a functioning unit at the time.