Abbey Road is the best-known recording studio in the world, having seen the world’s biggest artist and bands record there. A free exhibition at The Barbican shows some hidden treasures.

Photographer Jill Furmanovsky in collaboration with Abbey Road Studios is putting on a display of photographs at the Barbican Music Library, showing her photos she has taken at the studio since 1975.

Pink Floyd recording at Abbey Road
Pink Floyd recording in 1975 Abbey Road. Photo by Jill Furmanovsky

Pictured above are Pink Floyd recording Wish You Were Here. The Studio 1 EMI Neve desk in the photo is not at Church Studios.

Her photos include Royal Blood, Novelist, Mura Masa, Nile Rogers, and many more well-known names.

There are various prints, photographs, and paraphernalia worth seeing at this exhibition. The exhibition is from April 9th to June 27th 2018.

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