Photo shoot of the “Paul Is Live” cover

Thursday, July 22, 1993
Timeline More from year 1993
Abbey Road, London, UK

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In August 1969, The Beatles walked across the zebra crossing of Abbey Road, in front of the EMI Studios, and photographer Iain Macmillan took the iconic photo which would serve as the cover photograph of their album “Abbey Road”.

There had been this rumour, Paul is dead… In 1992, I went back to Abbey Road to record an album; it was a live album, so I called it Paul Is Live. So that’s when I went across the crossing with our old English sheepdog called Martha. I still go back to Abbey Road to this day.

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