The Beatles’ Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunite at Abbey Road to celebrate album’s 50th birthday – new video Come Togheter –
The Beatles’ Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr enjoyed an epic reunion at Abbey Road studios on Thursday, 50 years after the release of their iconic 1969 album of the same name. The pair were attending the Apple Corps Abbey Road Studio 50th anniversary party and were joined by their partners, Nancy Shevall and Barbara Bach.
In January 1969, the group gathered to record what would eventually see release in 1970 as the film and soundtrack album Let It Be.
“I’ve loved all the re-releases because of the remastering,” Starr tells Billboard. “You can hear the drums, which got dialed down in the old days.”
Nothing has been announced yet. At a September 26, 2018, presentation in New York City to introduce the deluxe edition of the White Album to the press, producer Giles Martin was asked about plans for a similar expanded treatment of Abbey Road. Martin politely deflected, indicating that the focus at that time was on the enormous task that had been completed on the expanded White Album. “I haven’t given it any thought,” he said.