1. The Beatles, 'Abbey Road' (1969)
Unsurprisingly, an album deemed by many fans to be the Beatles' best is also considered Martin's. Abbey Road was the final album the Fab Four (or, rather, Fab Five with the inclusion of Martin) recorded together. In spite of band tensions that escalated during the sessions for the Beatles' actual final album Let It Be, which was recorded prior to Abbey Road, the 1969 LP collected a solid representation of each member's unique personality and style. Along with classic Lennon-McCartney collaborations, Harrison and Starr also contributed their best song's, especially the former's romantic ballad "Something."