From 1957 until finally the mid 1970’s, plenty of iconic albums were being created on this similar recording console including “A Tricky Day’s Night”, “Beatles For Sale”, “Revolver”, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, “Magical Mystery Tour”, “The White Album” and “Abbey Road” from just The Beatles alone. Other albums recorded using it include “Plastic Ono Band” LP by John Lennon, “All Points Will have to Pass” by George Harrison, and the Diamond marketing “Dark Side of the Moon” by Pink Floyd.
One can only envision the flashes of inspiration, late night time innovative sessions, and wild partying that took position in that studio room. The auction listing involves two visuals from Abbey Road Studios, a person with a pensive John Lennon in front of the BTR2 and an additional with George Harrison and Ringo Starr celebrating with cake and champagne appropriate in front of the BTR2.
Products from Abbey Street Studios is extremely rarely brought up for public sale, and only a number of parts have built it into the palms of collectors. This BT2 was at first acquired in 1980 from the studio itself all through their “Sale of the Century” just before offering once more at Sotheby’s in 1988 to none other than the world renowned Hard Rock Café. The current operator bought it from Really hard Rock and is the one selling it now.
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