Этот день в истории Битлз:
Session piano player Nicky Hopkins is born.
Performance at the Grosvenor Ballroom, Wallasey.
Performance at the Cavern.
Concert at the Coventry Theatre, Coventry (Helen Shapiro tour).
US "Newsweek" cover story headline: "eeeeeeeeeeeee... EEEEEEEEEEEEE, EEEEEEEEEEEE!"
The first full day of filming took place for The Beatles' movie "Help!" with the group riding bicycles on Interfield Road, near the airport.
Studio 2. 7:00pm-1:15am. Recording: "Lovely Rita" (overdub onto take 9, tape reduction take 9 into takes 10, 11). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush.
Date planned for meeting of Brian and Nat Weiss.
Magical Mystery Tour number 1, eighth week (US Billboard).
Trident Studios. Time unknown. Tape copying: "I Want You" (later known as "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (of unnumbered Trident master). Producer: not assigned; Engineer: Barry Sheffield; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush.
Security copy of "I Want You (She's So Heavy)".
Triumph Investment gets control over NEMS.
Day Four of the Beatles High Court Case.
UK and US single release: "Philadelphia Freedom"/"I Saw Her Standing There". The B-side was recorded live at Madison Square Garden when John joined Elton on stage on November 28, 1974.
John is awarded a posthumous Grammy for Album Of The Year for Double Fantasy.
In London, John is honored for his "Outstanding Contribution to British Music" at the first annual BRIT Awards.
George celebrates his 41st birthday in Hawaii with Olivia and Dhani.
The 1966 film "The Family Way" is released on videocassette.
The film "The Magic Christian" is released on laserdisc in the US and on video in the UK.
US album release: Starr Struck: Best Of Ringo Starr Vol. 2 (Rhino R1 70135).
US album releae: Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest (Capitol CDP 8 27167 2).
The newly edited promo video of "Real Love" is distributed around the world.
At the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, Yoko's art exhibition "Have You Seen The Horizon Lately" is on display.
In New York City, the Donald and Mary Oenslager Gallery runs in the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, at Lincoln Center. The library exhibition include tour memorabilia, historic film clips, video interviews with musicians, as well as interactive exhibits.