The Record Plant

Former Location –
Studio A here was famous for being the first ever studio designed for mixing quadraphonic sound in 1970. On August 1, 1971, they made their first remote recordings for The Concert for Bangladesh, which was held at Madison Square Garden.

Many classic rock albums were recorded here including:

In 1987, the New York studio was sold to Sir George Martin and closed soon afterward. John Lennon had been recording “Walking On Thin Ice” there December 8, 1980, the day he was killed.

The building has been transformed in to a high-tech office building.

The Record Plant
321 West 44th Street
New York New York 10036