A GIBRALTAR singing legend has recorded at the most famous studios in the world.

Albert Hammond is the latest big name to take to the microphone at London’s hallowed Abbey Road Studios to release his new album, In Symphony.

A collection of some of his best known songs such as It Never Rains In Southern California and I‘m A Train, they were reworked over five days to include new orchestration and choir segments.

Hits by Leo Sayer, Willie Nelson and Celine Dion are also included in the 14-track record, which was completed with the help of award-winning producer Rob Mathes, who has worked with Bruce Springsteen, Sting and Lou Reed.

In Symphony will go on sale on June 9.