Abbey Road

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Abbey Road
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Studio album by
Released26 September 1969 (1969-09-26)
Recorded22 February – 20 August 1969
Studio EMI, Olympic and Trident, London
Genre Rock [1]
Length47:03
Label Apple
Producer George Martin
The Beatles chronology
Yellow Submarine
(1969)
Abbey Road
(1969)
Let It Be
(1970)
The Beatles North American chronology
Yellow Submarine
(1969)
Abbey Road
(1969)
Hey Jude
(1970)
Side one
No.TitleLead vocalsLength
1."Come Together"Lennon4:19
2."Something" (George Harrison)Harrison3:02
3."Maxwell's Silver Hammer"McCartney3:27
4."Oh! Darling"McCartney3:27
5."Octopus's Garden" (Richard Starkey)Starr2:51
6."I Want You (She's So Heavy)"Lennon7:47
Total length:24:53
Side two
No.TitleLead vocalsLength
1."Here Comes the Sun" (Harrison)Harrison3:05
2."Because"Lennon, McCartney and Harrison2:45
3."You Never Give Me Your Money"McCartney4:03
4."Sun King"Lennon, with McCartney and Harrison2:26
5."Mean Mr. Mustard"Lennon1:06
6."Polythene Pam"Lennon1:13
7."She Came In Through the Bathroom Window"McCartney1:58
8."Golden Slumbers"McCartney1:31
9."Carry That Weight"McCartney, with Lennon, Harrison and Starr1:36
10."The End"McCartney2:05
11."Her Majesty" (hidden track)McCartney0:23
Total length:22:10

Notes

Personnel

According to Mark Lewisohn, [173] Ian MacDonald, [174] Barry Miles, [175] Kevin Howlett, [176] and Geoff Emerick. [177]

Charts

Year-end charts
Chart (1969)Position
Australian Albums Chart [178] 3
UK Albums Chart [231] 1
Chart (1970)Position
Australian Albums Chart [178] 7
UK Albums Chart [232] 7
US Billboard Pop Albums [233] 4
Chart (2017)Position
US Billboard 200 [234] 138
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [235] 27
Chart (2018)Position
US Billboard 200 [236] 163
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [237] 26
Chart (2019)Position
Australian Albums (ARIA) [238] 40
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria) [239] 72
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) [240] 41
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) [241] 90
Danish Albums (Hitlisten) [242] 68
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100) [243] 47
Mexican Albums (AMPROFON) [244] 85
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE) [245] 73
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan) [246] 94
UK Albums (OCC) [247] 38
US Billboard 200 [248] 57
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [249] 7
Chart (2020)Position
Australian Albums (ARIA) [250] 95
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) [251] 145
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100) [252] 90
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE) [253] 91
US Billboard 200 [254] 66
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [255] 5
Chart (2021)Position
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) [256] 128
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100) [257] 68
US Billboard 200 [258] 96
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [259] 11
Chart (2022)Position
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) [260] 192
US Billboard 200 [261] 103
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [262] 16
Decade-end charts
Chart (1960s)Position
UK Albums Chart [231] 4
Chart (1970s)Position
Japanese Albums Chart [105] 22

Certifications and sales

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Certifications and sales for Abbey Road
RegionCertification Certified units/sales
Argentina (CAPIF) [263] Diamond506,916 [264]
Australia (ARIA) [265] 3× Platinum210,000^
Belgium (BEA) [266] Platinum50,000
Brazil390,000 [267]
Canada (Music Canada) [268] Diamond1,000,000^
Denmark (IFPI Danmark) [269] 4× Platinum80,000
France (SNEP) [270] Gold100,000*
Germany (BVMI) [271] Platinum500,000^
Italy (FIMI) [272]
sales since 2009
2× Platinum100,000
Japan655,000 [105]
New Zealand (RMNZ) [273] 5× Platinum75,000^
United Kingdom (BPI) [274] 8× Platinum2,400,000
United States (RIAA) [275] 12× Platinum12,000,000^
Summaries
Worldwide
Worldwide sales in 2019
800,000 [276] [277]
Worldwide
Worldwide sales up to 2014
31,000,000 [161]

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

BPI certification awarded only for sales since 1994. [278]

Release history

CountryDateLabelFormatCatalogue number
United Kingdom26 September 1969 Apple (Parlophone) LP PCS 7088
United States1 October 1969Apple, Capitol LPSO 383
Japan21 May 1983 Toshiba-EMI Compact DiscCP35-3016
Worldwide reissue10 October 1987Apple, Parlophone, EMI CDCDP 7 46446 2
Japan11 March 1998Toshiba-EMICDTOCP 51122
Japan21 January 2004Toshiba-EMI Remastered LPTOJP 60142
Worldwide reissue9 September 2009Apple, Parlophone, EMI Remastered CD0946 3 82468 24
Worldwide reissue27 September 2019Apple, Universal Music Group InternationalRemixed LP7791512
LP+ (picture disc)804888
3×LP800744
CD800743
2×CD7791507
3×CD+Blu-ray box set7792112 [279]

See also

Notes

  1. In the 1960s, UK record industry protocol was that singles did not normally appear on albums. [37]
  2. In the version released on Anthology 3, Lennon can be heard singing the lead on an ad-libbed verse regarding the news that Yoko Ono's divorce from her previous husband Anthony Cox had been finalised. [43]
  3. At 8:22, "Revolution 9" is the longest track to appear on a Beatles album.
  4. A working title of the album was Everest, after a brand of cigarettes favoured by Emerick, but the band were reluctant to travel to the Himalayas for a photo session. [11]
  5. In 1986, the car was sold at auction for £2,530 [89] and in 2001 was on display in a museum in Germany. [90]
  6. Anderson added: "[The Beatles] showed us that you can do anything ... That if you can do it with love, heart and honesty, it'll work." [151]

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