While starting out, everyone faces problems. Literally everyone. When it comes to music, the foremost one is always not getting a record deal from a label. That way they cannot really get much ahead in the music world. And it is something even the Beatles had to go through.
Ringo Starr shed light on the matter very recently. During the premier of Mary McCartney’s ‘If These Walls Could Sing’, he shared the challenge behind finding a label. It was Abbey Road Studios who saved them.
Without Abbey Road Studios, the Beatles would have probably perished. The recording studio was very welcoming when the four fabs walked into the studio. When Ringo was asked about the importance of Abbey Road Studios, the drummer responded.
“They have a little bit for us, We were just blessed that we got a record deal because of George Martin, and he was working out of here because we were refused by many record labels. And George took a chance, and then we came here, and we did ‘Love Me Do,’ and we went on from there.”
Their first years were spent in Abbey Road. The band even looked for other recording studios but they had no luck. Ringo added, “Then, a little later on, we tried a couple of other studios, but for the first six years, we were here. We knew the place, we felt the place, and it worked out really well.”