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    In interviews, Macca’s daughter Mary McCartney currently likes to tell an anecdote from her new Abbey Road documentary “If These Walls Could Sing”: In it, the Beatles star is said to have tried to use the iconic cover of the 1969 album “Abbey Road” for the new one recreate the documentary, which is available now on Disney+ in the UK. And by the way, he was almost run over there. But only almost.

    Abbey Road is the only Beatles album not to have the band’s name on the cover.

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    The near-accident anecdote

    Mary McCartney, a photographer, director and daughter of Paul and Linda McCartney, told S-Magazine the incident happened outside Abbey Road Studios while she was filming footage for her new documentary about the world-famous studio.

    She says: “The part where the car almost hit him at the crosswalk was so funny. When we left the studio I said, ‘I’m filming you [auf dem Zebrastreifen]’ And he walked over and the car didn’t stop for him at all,” says the filmmaker.

    Fans still regularly visit the famous crossing in St. John’s Wood to recreate the Fab Four’s iconic album cover – often to the chagrin of London’s taxi and bus drivers, McCartney says.

    If These Walls Could Sing traces the studio’s long history and includes interviews with McCartney and Ringo Starr, as well as Elton John, Nile Rodgers, Noel and Liam Gallagher, Roger Waters, Celeste, George Lucas and more.

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