The reissue affords a new opportunity to appreciate one of the finest works of the American-born stylist, who died at the age of 76 in March.
The image of John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison outside Abbey Road Studios in St John's Wood is one of music's most iconic pictures.
On 8 August 1969, a zebra crossing, The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ album cover photo was taken, resulting in one of the most famous artworks in history.
Photographer Iain Macmillan took the iconic image that adorned their last-recorded album on the morning of 8 August 1969.
The short-lived, but much-acclaimed outfit led by Julian Cope were one of the leading lights of Liverpool's post-punk scene.
The fabled Liverpool outfit have been recording footage for a new documentary titled 'Pre Fab!'
The news comes as the influential musician and producer was also presented with the Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication at the Starmus V science festival.
The new visual features archive live footage, 70’s psychedelic animation, iconic album artwork and gig posters.
The new reissue has been compiled & cut from original analogue master tapes at London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios.
The soundtrack to the film will be released simultaneously on 5 July 2019.
The album topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and led to a worldwide tour that went on for a year.
The album features rare tracks, deep cuts and huge hits by INXS and their much-missed frontman.
Set for global release on 27 September 2019, this brand new soundtrack marks 50 years since Judy Garland’s premature death in 1969.
The new edition features a whole disc of new music, plus Eno’s seminal original 1983 album re-mastered.
'Rocketman: Music From The Motion Picture' features the vocal performances of the film's star Taron Egerton, and producer-composer Giles Martin reinterpreting Elton's landmark hits.