"Things We Said Today" was recorded at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, home to The Beatles for most of their career together and given its tribute in the Abbey Road
album. A Hard Day's Night
was the first Beatles studio album recorded at Abbey. Abbey Road started out as a nine-bedroom townhouse built in 1930, before being converted into apartments. Gramophone bought the property in 1930, and converted it into a studio. The first European rock 'n' roll song to be recorded at Abbey Road was Cliff Richards' "Move It
," released 1958.