lunes, 1 de septiembre de 2014

Abbey Road – Cover Inspiration?

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Abbey Road – Cover Inspiration?
by beatlesblogger
Posted on August 31, 2014

Last month saw the 45th anniversary of the day the famous Abbey Road cover photo was taken. An interesting image has been sent to us by Beatles Blog reader Andrey (the dedicated Beatles collector and expert in Russia):

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Andrey says it was taken at the turn of the 20th century – in the Russian city of Yeysk on Chernomorskaya Road (Black Sea Road)! Could Paul McCartney (who had the initial idea for the Abbey Road album cover) or photographer Iain Macmillan possibly have seen this archival photo and used it as their inspiration? Probably not – but it’s fun to dream…..

By the way, Andrey helps to keep this fantastic site up-to-date. It is an absolutely comprehensive guide to all the Beatles‘ Russian vinyl releases.

Web site dedicated to Beatles’ discography of vinyl released in the USSR (Soviet Union) and Russia, including cover versions and other related music and records. Also includes vinyl releases from the UK, US, and other worldwide rarities.
Веб-сайт посвящённый дискографии Битлз на виниловых пластинках, изданных в СССР (Советском Союзе) и России, включая кавер-версии и другие относящиеся к Битлз записи. Также сайт включает каталог и информацию о виниловых изданиях Великобритании, США и редкости из других стран.

Russian collectors have also just launched a new special site which gathers together all the early Soviet press about the Beatles: http://beatlespress.com.ua

Битлз в советских печатных изданиях

As usual it’s a thoroughly researched site. So far only the years 1964-1971 are ready but Andrey recommends a look at this chapter on all the printed music which has been released in his country. It details everything he has found so far. The very first edition is from the Soviet Estonia. Andrey’s research on the song “Yesterday” is here (complete with videos).

Abbey Road album artwork




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