Life “Abbey Road was not intended as the last album” By weekster Posted on October 14, 2019 1 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Many fans may think that Abbey Road is the last album that The Beatles have made consciously, but it appears not to be. Drumo Ringo Starr (79) reveals this on BBC 6 Music on Friday. “We had done Abbey Road and said to each other” OK, that was pretty good ” “We had done Abbey Road and said to each other” OK, that was pretty good. ” But neither of us said “okay, that’s the last time we play together.” Nobody said that, I never had that feeling either. ” According to the drummer, it wasn’t by definition after The Abbey Road for The Beatles. “I never felt that the end of the band was set in stone.” Last month, recordings from 1969 popped up in which the band talked about a possible successor to Abbey Road. That album came out for the album Let It Be (1970), but was the last production that Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon and George Harrison worked on together in the studio before the band broke up.