is the 11th studio album released by The Beatles on 26 Sept 1969.
The album's two halves represented a compromise; Lennon wanted a traditional release with distinct and unrelated songs while McCartney and Martin wanted to continue their thematic approach from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
by incorporating a medley. Lennon ultimately said that he disliked Abbey Road
as a whole and felt that it lacked authenticity, calling McCartney's contributions "[music] for the grannies to dig" and not "real songs."Abbey Road
sold four million copies in its first two months of release, and as of 2011, the album had sold over 31 million copies worldwide and is one of the band's best-selling albums.
“The truth is, their latest LP is just a natural born gas, entirely free of pretension, deep meanings or symbolism…While production is simple compared to past intricacies, it is still extremely sophisticated and inventive.” - Melody Maker
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