Этот день в истории Битлз
Concert at the ABC, Blackpool.
Peter Brown moves to London.
Studio 2. 7:00-11:00pm. Recording: "Baby's In Black" (takes 1-14, and 13 [unnumbered] edit pieces). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Ron Pender.
First session for Beatles For Sale.
"A Hard Day's Night" film New York premiere.
"Help!" single number 1, 3rd week (UK Record Retailer).
The Beatles arrive in the Logan Airport, Boston. 500 people receive them.
The Beatles arrive in Chicago to begin their U.S. tour. At a press conference, John attempts to resolve the "We're more popular than Jesus" matter.
Thomson House, London. Photographic session with Richard Avedon, for a set of "solarised" prints, and other left unsolarised. Photograph of gatefold sleeve of LP Love Songs taken.
Studio 3 (control room only). 1:00-2:00pm. Mono tape copying: "Dig It" (of March 13 stereo mix); "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" (of remix stereo 18). Producer: not assigned; Engineer and 2nd Engineer: Phil McDonald.
Studio 2. 2:30-11:30pm. Recording: "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (overdub onto take 1); "Oh! Darling" (overdub onto take 26); "Here Comes The Sun" (overdub onto take 15). Tape copying: "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (of take 1). Editing: "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" (from take 1 into unnumbered Trident master). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: John Kurlander.
Mal Evans takes the copies of "Dig It" and "Maxwell's Silver Hammer" to Malcolm Davies, at Apple, for acetate cutting purposes. Re-recording of "She's So Heavy" vocal harmonies. The song gets its complete title.
John and Yoko move to "Tittenhurst".
Great Hall, Alexandra Palace, London. Opening of "Art Spectrum", modern art exhibition. 5 films of John and Yoko are screened: "Cold Turkey", "The Ballad Of John And Yoko", "Give Peace A Chance", "Instant Karma!", "Up Your Legs Forever".
Meanwhile, John and Yoko take part in a demonstration march past the Ulster Offices in London.
Paul and Wings' concert at Olympean, Lund, Sweden ("Wings Over Europe 1972 Tour").
"Live And Let Die" number 2 (US Billboard).
Yoko and the Plastic Ono Super Band perform at the Sun Plaza, Tokyo ("Japan Tour").
In the US, the Beatles' newsreel film "This Is The Week That Beatlemania Was" screened in limited cinema release.
Santa Barbara Sound studio, Santa Barbara, USA. Recording: "As Far As We Can Go" (piano).
New York's Museum of Broadcasting showcase Beatles achieve clips documentary "The Beatles Early Days" and several other films from the museum's personal collection, including the "Ed Sullivan Show" appearances and excerpts from their Washington, D.C. concert on February 11, 1964.
Abbey Road's Number Two studio presents "The Beatles At Abbey Road", 3 times a day.
Linda's "Photographs" exhibition is shown at the Barry Stern galleries in Paddington, New South Wales, Australia.
The "Art Of The Beatles" Exhibition, portraying 30 years of the group in the form of cartoons, paintings, photographs, album covers, lithographs and sculptures, continues.
The "Beatle City" exhibition runs at the West End marketplace in Dallas, Texas.
Ringo and his All-Starr Band concert at the Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey ("North American Tour"). Bruce Springsteen joins him on stage in 4 songs: "Get Back", "Long Tall Sally", Photograph" and "With A Little Help From My Friends". Ringo's son Zak also makes an appearance during the show.
In the UK, Tom Petty's video compilation entitled "A Bunch Of Videos And Some Other Stuff", featuring the video for "I Won't Back Down", co-starring George and Ringo is released.
Ringo and his All-Starr band perform at the Greek Theater, Los Angeles, California ("Return To Ameria Tour").
Ringo and his All-Starr Band perform at the Arena Theater, Houston, Texas ("North America tour").
An unreleased McCartney/Peter & Gordon acetate of the song "woman" sells on eBay for £1,659.09.
The exhibit Linda McCartney retrospective is displayed at the Kunst Haus Wien in Vienna, Austria. The new exhibition is the first comprehensive retrospective of Linda McCartney’s work featuring 190 of her iconic photographs.