Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney prefers recording music at London's famous Abbey Road Studios - because he feels close to his dead bandmates when he is in the building. The facility is closely associated with the Beatles, who recorded nearly all of their music there between 1962 and 1970. And MCCartney feels as though he steps back in time whenever he walks through the door. He says, "John (Lennon) and George (Harrison) aren't here, so, when you go to Abbey Road, that's the nearest (to a Beatles reunion) that I'm gonna get. It's just as if I've come in on a Beatles session." Lennon was shot dead outside in his home in New York in 1980 while Harrison died of cancer in 2001.