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    Abbey Road Studios in London is a mecca for music fans. Countless hits were produced and recorded in the recording studio. The Beatles immortalized it in pop history with “Abbey Road”. The cover of the record shows the four musicians walking across the zebra crossing in front of the studio. It has long been an iconic image. Meanwhile, people come to London to recreate the iconic photo. Musicians and bands also come to the studio in the hope that they can follow in the footsteps of their role models with their on-site recordings.

    In a new documentary, Mary McCartney takes a personal look at Abbey Road Studios. For as long as she can remember, the studio has been a part of her life. Not least because her parents recorded several records there.

    However, the 53-year-old told ROLLING STONE in a video interview that she was not aware of the extensive face of the building. That’s why she got to the bottom of the Abbey Road Studio history. In her film, she takes us through nine decades of the house and tells the stories behind some of the studio’s most iconic shots and the people who were involved.

    The documentary combines session tapes, interviews and archive footage. Even if the latter was difficult to obtain. According to McCartney, this is because, in the past, the studio was considered a private space, and as a result, pictures and video recordings were rarely taken. For this reason, the interviews in her documentary are particularly important to the filmmaker. She spoke to her father Paul, Ringo Starr, Elton John, Liam and Noel Gallagher, Shirley Bassey and Kate Bush, among others.

    Mary McCartney interviewed by ROLLING STONE

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