Da Dioniso Punk: dietro le quinte.
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On the morning of August 8, 1969, a policeman held traffic outside the recording studio at 3 Abbey Road, in London, so photographer Iain Macmillan could get the iconic shot of the 11th Beatles album, the last they recorded together even though Let It Be was the final album of the band — it had been mostly recorded prior to Abbey Road. He climbed a ladder to take the photographs, and the whole thing only took around 10 minutes. Macmillan credited McCartney in coming up with the idea as he had drawn it out a few days before. He took only six pictures and picked the one where the men’s legs were in unison walking across the road.
Because of the quick nature of the shoot and the simplicity of the cover, fans were able to see exactly what was going on that day. Paul McCartney wasn’t wearing…
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