One of the greatest albums of all time, the iconic "Abbey Road" from the Beatles, is thought of as a masterpiece, but even masterpieces come together imperfectly, with goofy and unexpected twists and turns...among the things you may not know: long time Beatles producer George Martin did not want to work with the Beatles on this. He was sick of the infighting from the previous projects and wanted out. He was convinced by Paul to be part of the project, but only if he could have complete control in the studio.....The only person that liked the song "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" was its writer, Paul McCartney. Ringo called it "the worst track we ever had to record." Speaking of Ringo, he abhorred drum solos, and did NOT want to do the now famous drum solo (his only one ever) on "The End". The other guys wore him down, and he did the solo. ...All members of the band, plus producer George Martin, thought George Harrison's song "Something" was the best song on the album...here's more, including why they just went with calling the album "Abbey Road," and simply walked across that street for the cover art.