Shockingly, only 51 per cent of those polled had listened to The Beatles’ Abbey Road, despite voting the record to be the most iconic album cover ever.
Earlier this month, Sir Ringo Starr encouraged Beatles fans to wear a mask in the pandemic by using an Abbey Road meme.
The 80-year-old wrote on his Instagram post: “Peace and love everybody stay safe be cool.
“Be kind and loving peace – and love love.”
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The Abbey Road meme saw John Lennon turning around on the Abbey Road zebra crossing and walking back to the studio.
George Harrison asks him: “What happened?”
To which John Lennon replies: “I forgot my mask…”
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the final Beatles album in Let It Be.
The Beatles also broke up in 1970 and next year a new documentary from Peter Jackson will reexamine their Let It Be recording sessions.
The film is called The Beatles: Get Back and is being distributed by Disney.
Fans will be treated to unseen footage of the Fab Four, as well as a restoration of their final live rooftop performance in its entirety.
The Beatles: Get Back hits cinemas on August 27, 2021.