daltrey will not miss abbey road studios



JOELTLE515 at aol.com JOELTLE515 at aol.com
Sun Feb 21 05:09:23 UTC 2010


In an interview on Absolute Radio's Geoff Llooyd's Hometime Show, Who 
frontman, Roger Daltrey, said that Abbey Road Studios, where the Beatles recorded 
some of their greatest albums, has seen its day.

He further stated that he was aware for sometime that the studio was facing 
closure.


Unlike playwright Andrew Lloyd Weber, who pledged 30 million pounds in an 
effort to save the studio, Daltrey will not be "heartbroken" if the studio 
closes down.

Daltrey told the Hometime Show that “It depends what happens to it.”  He 
further stated that “It’s only a studio and they’re kind of not needed any 
more really are they? But that one has got an incredible history.”

When told that ex-Beatle, Paul McCartney, may want to buy the studio, 
Daltrey responded, "You'll be lucky".


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