Nico's 1974 album, The End, was her fourth release. It was her fifth collaboration with John Cale and third with him as producer, and the result was her darkest, most caustic work yet. It carried the same organic, harmonium-based gothic music heard on The Marble Index and Desertshore, but went one step further with the addition of Brian Eno's synthesizers and electronics.
"The End" is a song by The Doors from their self-titled album. It was gestated through months of performances at Los Angeles' Whisky a Go Go. The band would perform the song to close their last set.
"The End" is the penultimate song to appear on the album Abbey Road by The Beatles. Composed primarily by Paul Mc Cartney, it was one of the last songs recorded collectively by all four Beatles, completed on August 18, 1969, and appearing as the final song of the climactic medley. The last time the four Beatles would be together in the same studio would be two days later.