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New remix marks 50 years since "Abbey Road" release

CBS News Friday, 27 September 2019
New remix marks 50 years since Abbey Road releaseA remix of the legendary Beatles album “Abbey Road” is out Friday, marking 50 years since its original release. It includes studio sessions the public has never before heard. Charlie D’Agata reports.
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The iconic Beatles album came out 50 years ago this week, and to pay tribute, the music director of the Broadway hit "Hamilton" turned it into 50 seconds of song.

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