Released September 29, 1969, Abbey Road was the 11th studio album by the Fab Four. Did you happen to catch The Today Show during the Olympics? No, I'm not going to rip them, as others have done, for their coverage. It's pat on the back time. They attempted to recreate famous photographs from history. They took on the incredible Michael Jordan's air slam, leaving the floor at the foul line and slamming it home, the Buzz Aldrin famous visor photo of Neil Armstrong and Charlie Chaplin's famous still on the set of "The Kid". While in London, they also tackled the iconic cover to The Beatles' Abby Road, with Matt Lauer as Paul, Savannah Guthrie as John, Al Roker as Ringo and Natalie Morales as George. From a distance they didn't look bad; up close, no way! They tried to duplicate the scene down to dotting the last i. They even dug up a feller that was standing idly by his car in the distance. Google it and see if you can find one obvious mistake. Elenka did. They left out the cigarette Paul was holding in his right hand. Really, a glaring error, if you ask me. Why would they do this? They couldn't have missed it. Oh well, a pretty good job with a classic album cover. Love "Oh! Darling" and all of side 2.