Hogs Hill Windmill
Sir Paul bought this old windmill on Hogs Hill, near Icklesham, East Sussex and converted it into a recording studio. It is near his Peasmarsh home.

 

 

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IBC Studio, Portland Place, London, they used this studio a few times between 1964 & 1967.

 

Trident Studios, St Annes Court, London. They first used this studio 31.07.68 to record Hey Jude.
In 1958, The Quarrymen -John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John 'Duff' Lowe and Colin Hanton, recorded "That‘ll Be The Day", and
1st January 1962, the lads came here, Decca Studios, Broadhurst Gdns, London, to record 15 tracks. As history has told us, Decca turned them down.

"In Spite of All the Danger" in Percy Phillips' studio in Liverpool. Billy Fury, Ken Dodd, and Marty Wilde also recorded here. Phillips died in 1984.

 

Me on Abbey Road crossing
EMI Studios, Abbey Road, London NW8

Between 1962 and 1970, the lads did most of their recording here, mainly in studio2.The desk is the one in the control room now - a Neve 88RS - shouldn't mind having a little play on that bad boy !

 

Late June 1961, the lads (Stuart didn't play) recorded 5 songs backing Tony Sheridan & 2 songs on their own (Ain't she sweet & Cry for a shadow) here at the Friedrich Ebert Hall in Hamburg.. They may have returned in 1962 but this has not been proved.
Olympic Sound Studios, Barnes. The Beatles used this studio (amongst other big names of the time -Hendrix,Stones etc.) from 1967