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Американская фирма ATCO выпустила сегодня(в 1964-м) сингл The Beatles & Tony Sheridan Ain't She Sweet/Nobody's Child,который продержался в американском хит-параде 9 недель и достиг 19-й позиции.Американская фирма ATCO выпустила сегодня(в 1964-м) сингл The Beatles & Tony Sheridan "Ain't She Sweet/Nobody's Child",который продержался в американском хит-параде 9 недель и достиг 19-й позиции.
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1974--Paul McCartney and Wings' LP, Band on the Run- первый в чартах альбомов Великобритании!
1974--Paul McCartney and Wings' LP, Band on the Run- первый в чартах альбомов Великобритании!

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Today The Beatles History:

1940--Richard Starkey (Ringo Starr) is born at Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, Liverpool, England. At the time, is parents were living on Madryn Street in Dingle, the poorest section of Liverpool. Ringo was the oldest of The Beatles, but the last to join the group.

1960--The Silver Beetles perform at the Neston Institute, Wirral.

1962--The Beatles perform at Hulme Hall, Port Sunlight, Birkenhead, Cheshire. This booking is a dance for the local golf club. The capacity of the hall is 450, but 500 people squeeze in to hear and see The Beatles.

1963--The Beatles perform at the ABC Theatre in Blackpool, Lancashire.

1964--The Beatles record a lip-sync performance of three songs for the television program "Top of the Pops." They perform both sides of their new single, A Hard Day's Night and Things We Said Today, as well as the title track to a new EP, Long Tall Sally.

1965--The Kinks (singing Tired Of Waiting For You), Sonny & Cher (singing I Got You Babe), and Marianne Faithfull appear on ABC-TV’s music show, “Shindig.”

1967--UK release of The Beatles’ single, All You Need Is Love / Baby You're a Rich Man (Parlophone). 10 weeks on the charts; highest position #1.

1967--Dusty Springfield begins a three-week residency at New York's Copacabana nightclub.

1968--The Yardbirds finally call it quits, leading guitarist Jimmy Page to form the New Yardbirds in order to fulfill some tour commitments. The group, featuring Robert Plant, John Bonham, and John Paul Jones, later becomes Led Zeppelin.

1969--US release of the John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band single Give Peace a Chance / Remember Love (Apple). 9 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #14.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording Here Comes the Sun (13 takes and an overdub). John Lennon is still absent due to his automobile accident in Scotland.

1970--George Harrison's mother, Louise, dies of cancer.

1971--US release of the Elastic Oz Band (which included John Lennon and Yoko Ono) single, God Save Us / Do the Oz (Apple). John and Yoko had written the song to raise money for OZ magazine's obscenity trial defense fund. Bill Elliot is lead vocalist on God Save Us; John Lennon is lead vocalist on Do the Oz.

1973--‘Live And Let Die’, number 2 (Billboard).



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Happy Birthday,Ringo!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lh525NYjzY
Happy Birthday,Ringo!!

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Today The Beatles History:

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at night.

1963--The Beatles perform two shows at the Winter Gardens, Margate, Kent. This is the first night of a six-night engagement. The Beatles' song list for the six nights is Roll Over Beethoven, Thank You Girl, Chains, Please Please Me, A Taste of Honey, I Saw Her Standing There, Baby It's You, From Me to You, and Twist and Shout.

1964--Freddie and the Dreamers record I'm Telling You Now.

1966--UK release of The Beatles’ EP, Nowhere Man (Parlophone). Songs: Nowhere Man, Drive My Car, Michelle, and You Won't See Me. Highest chart position: #4.

1966--The Beatles’ album Yesterday and Today is certified a gold record, less than a week after it was released in the US.

1966--The Beatles arrive in London following their Pacific tour. After the turmoil in the Philippines, The Beatles had flown to India for a vacation, but even there, Beatlemania kept them from enjoying their stay.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording a re-make of Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da.

1968--Press preview of the film, “Yellow Submarine,” at the Bowater House Cinema. Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr attend, and pose for photographers with a life-sized cardboard cut-out of their Yellow Submarine cartoon images. John Lennon does not attend.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Here Comes the Sun. John Lennon is absent.

1998--The United States Postal Service announces that The Beatles will be honored on a commemorative postage stamp to be issued in September 1999.

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The Beatles Today History:

1960--The Silver Beatles perform at the Grosvenor Ballroom, Liscard, Wallasey. Along with the change in their name, they hire a new drummer, Norman Chapman. His first performance with The Silver Beatles was either this performance or the following week.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Plaza Ballroom, St. Helens.

1963--The Beatles perform two shows at the Winter Gardens, Margate, Kent.

1964--While Brian Epstein is away, thieves break into the NEMS offices in Argyll Street, London, and steal £130 from a safe and miscellaneous items valued at £70.

1966--The Beatles’ single, Paperback Writer, regains the No. 1 single position in the US, for its second week at No. 1.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Three, EMI Studios, London). Paul McCartney, still unsatisfied with Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da, starts a second re-make of the song. After two takes, he realizes that the previous day's work will not be improved upon. But a new set of vocals are recorded, plus handclaps and vocal percussion. The remainder of the recording session is spent in rehearsals for the faster version of Revolution, which will appear on the flip side of the Hey Jude single.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording Maxwell's Silver Hammer (21 takes and guitar overdubs). John Lennon comes into the studio for the first time since his auto accident.

1972--Wings opens its “Wings Over Europe” tour with a performance at the Theatre Antique, Chateauvallon, France. It is Paul McCartney's first live performance since the breakup of The Beatles.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wings_Over_Europe_Tour)

1984--UK re-release of The Beatles’ single, A Hard Day's Night / Things We Said Today (Parlophone). 20th anniversary reissue. Issued as a regular single and as a picture disc.


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Today The Beatles History:

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime.

1963--The Beatles perform two shows at the Winter Gardens, Margate, Kent.

1963--The Beatles record two more editions of "Pop Go the Beatles" (No. 6 and 7) at Aeolian Hall, London. The sixth show, which will be broadcast on July 23, features The Beatles performing Sweet Little Sixteen, A Taste of Honey, Nothin' Shakin' (But the Leaves on the Trees), Love Me Do, Lonesome Tears In My Eyes, and So How Come (No One Loves Me).

1964--UK release of The Beatles’ LP, A Hard Day's Night (Parlophone). The Beatles' third album. Songs: A Hard Day's Night, I Should Have Known Better, If I Fell, I'm Happy Just to Dance With You, And I Love Her, Tell Me Why, Can't Buy Me Love, Any Time at All, I'll Cry Instead, Things We Said Today, When I Get Home, You Can't Do That, and I'll Be Back. Highest chart position: #1.

1964--UK release of The Beatles’ single, A Hard Day's Night / Things We Said Today (Parlophone). Released on the same day as the A Hard Day's Night LP. 10 weeks on the charts; highest position #1.

1964--The Beatles return to Liverpool as conquering heroes. As they drive from the Liverpool airport to the city center, an estimated 200,000 Liverpudlians line the streets to wave and cheer them into town. The group is honored in a public ceremony in front of Liverpool Town Hall.

1965--The Beatles' album, Beatles VI, goes to No. 1 in the US and stays there for six weeks.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Three, EMI Studios, London). Recording the 45 rpm version of Revolution. Ten takes are recorded and vocals are overdubbed.

1969--John Lennon and Yoko Ono appear in a pre-recorded edition of the “David Frost Show” on US television, taking the opportunity to plug their forthcoming Life With The Lions LP.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Maxwell's Silver Hammer.

1971--John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Jerry Rubin go to a theatre on Third Avenue in New York to see the movie, “Carnal Knowledge.” They run into Jonathan Cott (of Rolling Stone magazine) in the lobby.

1972--US release of Harry Nilsson's Son of Schmilsson LP. George Harrison plays on one track (using the name George Harrysong) and Ringo Starr plays on five tracks (using the name Richie Snare).

1989--UK re-release of The Beatles’ singles on three-inch CDs: Lady Madonna / The Inner Light and Hey Jude / Revolution (Parlophone).

1995--Klaus Voormann attends a meeting at the Apple Corps London headquarters, bringing with him a handful of sketches for The Beatles Anthology covers. Also in attendance are Neil Aspinall, Derek Taylor, David Saltz of ABC-TV, and Rick Ward, the art director for The Beatles Anthology project.

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Today The Beatles History:

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at night.

1963--The Beatles perform two shows at the Winter Gardens, Margate, Kent.

1964--The Beatles appear live on the ABC Television program "Lucky Stars (Summer Spin)." They lip-sync to their songs A Hard Day's Night, Long Tall Sally, Things We Said Today, and You Can't Do That. To avoid the crowd of fans waiting for them, The Beatles get to the Teddington Studio Centre by boat, traveling down the Thames River to the studio's own mooring platform.

1964--George Harrison is photographed by “Beatles Book” photographer Leslie Bryce, showing off his new E-type Jaguar in front of Whaddon House, William Mews, London.

1966--At the Ivor Novello Awards in London, John Lennon and Paul McCartney pick up trophies for “Highest Certified British Sales of 1965” for We Can Work It Out and “Outstanding Song of 1965” for Yesterday.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Three, EMI Studios, London). Overdubbing electric piano and bass onto Revolution (the kick-ass single version). The electric piano part is played by Nicky Hopkins. Then three saxophones and bass are overdubbed onto Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da.

1968--At St. Sophia's Church, London, John Alexis Mardas (Magic Alex) marries Eufrosyne Doxiades. John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and George and Pattie Harrison attend.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Maxwell's Silver Hammer and You Never Give Me Your Money, followed by mixing for Something.

1981--EMI's Abbey Road Studio announces the "finding" of supposedly lost Beatles recordings: How Do You Do It, That Means a Lot, If You've Got Trouble, and Leave My Kitten Alone.

1988--UK release of the John Lennon interview CD, The Last Word (Baktabak). It contains 55 minutes of the 150-minute interview with Lennon for RKO Radio that was taped on December 8, 1980, only hours before he was murdered. A shorter version of this interview had been previously released in the US on the vinyl Reflections and Poetry LP.

1991--After an eight-month closure, the new Cavern Club on Mathew Street, now owned by Cavern City Tours, re-opens its doors for business.
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Today The Beatles History:

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime and at the Majestic Ballroom, Birkenhead, at night.

1962--The Rolling Stones play their first concert, at the Marquee Club in London.

1963--UK release of Tony Sheridan and the Beatles EP, My Bonnie (Polydor). Songs: My Bonnie, The Saints, Why, and Cry for a Shadow.

1963--UK release of The Beatles’ EP, Twist and Shout (Parlophone). Songs: Twist and Shout, A Taste of Honey, Do You Want to Know a Secret, and There's a Place. Highest chart position: #1.

1963--The Beatles perform two shows at the Winter Gardens, Margate, Kent.

1964--The Beatles perform at the Hippodrome Theatre in Brighton. Also appearing are The Fourmost and The Shubdubs (whose drummer, Jimmy Nicol, later filled in for the hospitalized Ringo Starr on The Beatles' world tour...but he and The Beatles do not meet on this night).

1964--On his way to a Beatles' performance in Brighton, George Harrison is involved in an auto accident in his E-type Jaguar at the intersection of New King's Road and Munster Road in London.

1964--In the US, "The Ed Sullivan Show" re-broadcasts The Beatles' first live television appearance (from February 9).

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Don't Pass Me By is brought to near-completion. Overdubs include bass, piano, and violin (played by Jack Fallon). Fallon was also an agent, and he had booked The Beatles for a performance in Stroud on March 31, 1962. A second recording, begun at midnight, sees John Lennon overdub another lead guitar part onto Revolution (the faster version released on the flip side of the Hey Jude single). Paul McCartney adds another bass part to the song.

1968--John Lennon puts his Kenwood house up for sale for £96,000.

1979--Paul McCartney appears on the cover of Rolling Stone.

2000--A statue erected in the memory of John Lennon is unveiled in London's Trafalgar Square. The sculpture features a revolver with a knotted barrel created by Swedish artist, Carl Fredrik Reutersward.







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Today The Beatles History:

1961--The Beatles perform at St. John's Hall, Tuebrook, Liverpool. This is The Beatles' first performance since returning to Liverpool from their lengthy (13 weeks) stay at Hamburg's Top Ten Club. Yet while The Beatles are better and more popular than ever, they are frustrated by their seeming inability to enlarge their career beyond Liverpool.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Tower Ballroom, New Brighton, Wallasey.

1963--The Beatles perform two shows at the Winter Gardens, Margate, Kent. This is the final night of their six-night engagement.

1963--A contest is run in the UK teen magazine Boyfriend. The prize: a lunch with The Beatles and attendance at a Beatles recording session.

1964--US release of The Beatles’ single, A Hard Day's Night / I Should Have Known Better (Capitol). 13 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #1.

1965--Paul McCartney accepts five Ivor Novello awards on behalf of The Beatles at a luncheon held at the Savoy Hotel in London. McCartney arrives late, having nearly forgotten about the luncheon. John Lennon, also scheduled to attend, never arrives.

1975--John Lennon is awarded $144,700 by a New York court for lost royalties and damage to his reputation from Morris Levy's unauthorized Lennon album Roots.

1985--The Live Aid concert for African famine relief takes place in both Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (JFK Stadium) and London, England (Wembley Stadium) and is telecast worldwide. The 16-hour, all-day and much-of-the-night concert featured some of the biggest names in rock music, including Mick Jagger, Tina Turner, Madonna, Bob Dylan, and Paul McCartney. 162,000 people attended the concert and another 1.5 billion viewed it on TV. The event, organized by Bob Geldof, raised over $100 million.

1992--UK release of the George Harrison CD, LP, and cassette, Live in Japan (Warner Brothers). Recorded during Harrison's tour of Japan (with Eric Clapton) in December 1991. Songs: I Want to Tell You, Old Brown Shoe, Taxman, Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth), If I Needed Someone, Something, What Is Life, Dark Horse, Piggies, Got My Mind Set On You, Cloud 9, Here Comes the Sun, My Sweet Lord, All Those Years Ago, Cheer Down, Devil's Radio, Isn't It a Pity, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, and Roll Over Beethoven.

1992--Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. The performance is recorded for the LP, Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band: Live From Montreux.

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Today The Beatles History:

1961--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime and then again at night; a "Welcome Home" night performance.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Regent Dansette, Rhyl, Flintshire. This is The Beatles' first appearance in Wales.

1963--The Beatles perform at the ABC Theatre in Blackpool.

1964--The Beatles tape an appearance for the new BBC radio show "Top Gear," for broadcast on July 16. Recorded at the Broadcasting House in London. The Beatles tape the songs Long Tall Sally, Things We Said Today, A Hard Day's Night (due to The Beatles' trouble playing the 'middle eight' portion, that section from the released single was dubbed in), And I Love Her, I Should Have Known Better, If I Fell, and You Can't Do That. Two of this day's recordings are included on the 1994 Beatles double-CD Live at the BBC: A Hard Day's Night (Disc two, Track two) and Things We Said Today (Disc two, Track eight).

1966--As The Beatles’ album, Revolver, is going to the disc cutting room, George Martin phones Geoff Emerick, telling him to replace remix 11 of Tomorrow Never Knows, marked “best” with the original “best” remix 8.

1967--The Who begin their first US tour, opening for Herman's Hermits.

1969--The underground film "Easy Rider" (starring Dennis Hopper, Peter Fonda, and Jack Nicholson) opens in theaters.

1974--Julian Lennon flies from England to visit his father, John Lennon, in New York

1980--Former Beatles and Rolling Stones manager, Allen Klein, begins a two-month jail sentence for cheating on his tax return

1992--US release of the George Harrison album, on double-CD and double-cassette, Live in Japan (Warner Brothers). Recorded during Harrison's live tour of Japan in December 1991.

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1958--John Lennon's mother, Julia, is killed instantly when she is hit by a car driven by an off-duty policeman who is driving while intoxicated. Julia was walking to a bus stop after visiting her sister, Mimi.

1961--The Beatles perform at Holyoake Hall, Wavertree, Liverpool. Geographically, this venue is the closest that The Beatles come to performing at Penny Lane.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at night.

1963--Paul McCartney is caught speeding and fined £17 for the offense.

1964--John, Cynthia and Julian Lennon move into Kenwood, on the exclusive St. George’s Hill estate in Weybridge, Surrey. They had previously occupied a top floor flat in Emperor’s Gate, Kensington, where Cynthia was virtually a prisoner (due to Beatlemania) while John was away on tour.

1964--The Beatles' single, A Hard Day's Night is #1 in the UK (New Musical Express).

1966--Klaus Voorman is released from his NEMS contract by Brian Epstein, so that he can join Manfred Mann as their bassist.

1966--After the disaster The Beatles experienced while on tour in the Philippines, NEMS, acting as agents, cancels Freddie and the Dreamers' concerts in that country, which were scheduled to start on August 5.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Paul McCartney records the lead vocal that will be on the released version of Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da. An unreleased mono mix of the song is made, along with two mono mixes of Revolution (the single version). The Beatles also rehearse Cry Baby Cry.

1968--Apple Corps Ltd. moves into new offices at 3 Savile Row in London.

1968--Ringo Starr forms "Startling Music, Ltd."

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Three and Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for You Never Give Me Your Money.

1971--John Lennon and Yoko Ono attend a book-signing promotional appearance at the London department store, Selfridges, for the re-publication of Yoko's book, "Grapefruit." John says of the book: “Grapefruit is a beautiful and profound book from the genius of one of the world’s most inmportant artists. In the future, it will be used widely by people with time on their hands. It will help them to live.”

1974--John Lennon records Move Over Ms. L at the Record Plant in New York. (This track was originally meant for Keith Moon.) He also writes the unreleashed song “Incantation” with Roy Cicala, but no recording of the song has ever surfaced.

1974--Paul and Linda McCartney fly to New York to see John Lennon and his companion, May Pang, at their new apartment.

1984--UK release of the John Lennon / Yoko Ono single, I'm Stepping Out / Sleepless Night (Polydor). Also released as a 12-inch single with an additional Yoko song, Loneliness, on the B-side.
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Today The Beatles History:

1960--The Silver Beatles perform at the Grosvenor Ballroom, Liscard, Wallasey.

1961--The Beatles perform at Blair Hall, Walton, Liverpool.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime and at the Plaza Ballroom, St. Helens, at night.

1963--The Beatles record three editions of their BBC radio series, "Pop Go the Beatles" at the BBC Paris Studio in London. The recording of 10 tracks for The Beatles' first album in one day (Feb. 11,1963) is widely known, but the group recorded 18 tracks on this day, and in less time.

1964--The trade paper Film Daily gives The Beatles’ movie, "A Hard Day's Night," horrible reviews.

1966--Three musicians in London, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker, form the band Cream. The band would go on to become regarded as rock's first supergroup as well as one of the most popular and influential bands of the 1960s.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording Cry Baby Cry (10 takes). Then harmonium (played by George Martin) and piano (played by John Lennon) are overdubbed. Engineer, Geoff Emerick, no longer able to stand the tension, bickering, and flaring tempers between The Beatles, decides to no longer work with them. Take 1 was released on The Beatles Anthology 3 (Disc one, Track 13).

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Three and Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Here Comes the Sun.

1971--UK release of the Elastic Oz Band single, God Save Us / Do the Oz (Apple). John Lennon and Yoko Ono wrote the song to raise money for Oz magazine's obscenity trial defense fund. Lead vocalist on God Save Us is Bill Elliot. John Lennon sang lead on Do the Oz.

1971--John Lennon makes a statement supporting Oz magazine and sings The End of the Road, at a press conference dealing with the Oz obscenity case in the UK. The recording is released as a flexi-disc in Oz magazine.

1974--John Lennon and May Pang take up residence in a small apartment at Eddie Germano’s two-story building at East 52nd Street in New York. Two of their first visitors are Paul and Linda McCartney.



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1961--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime. That night they appear at Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool.

1962--The Beatles perform at McIlroy's Ballroom, Swindon, Wiltshire. They play two 60-minute sets.

1963--The Beatles tape a radio appearance for the BBC radio program "Easy Beat." The Beatles record their performance of four songs in front of a live teen audience. The songs: I Saw Her Standing There, A Shot of Rhythm and Blues, There's a Place, and Twist and Shout. Recorded at London's Playhouse Theatre. Broadcast on July 21.

1964--The Beatles record their fourth "From Us to You" radio show at the BBC's Paris Studio in London. They tape eight songs: Long Tall Sally, If I Fell, I'm Happy Just To Dance With You, Things We Said Today, I Should Have Known Better, Boys, Kansas City / Hey Hey Hey Hey, and A Hard Day's Night. As usual, the show opens and closes with The Beatles' "From Us to You" adaptation of their hit From Me to You. John Lennon's voice read out the closing credits. Broadcast on August 3.

1964--UK release of Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas single, From a Window (Parlophone). The song, credited to Lennon-McCartney, was written by Paul McCartney. John and Paul cut an acetate demo of the song for Kramer and George Martin to listen to. This is Kramer's fourth single written by Lennon-McCartney. The single will peak at No. 13 in the UK charts. Released in the US on August 12, 1964 (Imperial Records). Top US chart position: No. 23. The Beatles never recorded this song.

1967--US release of The Beatles’ single, All You Need Is Love / Baby You're a Rich Man (Capitol). 11 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #1.

1967--Harry Epstein (Brian’s father) dies, in Bournemouth. Clive (Brian’s brother), calls Brian with the news, requesting he return to Chapel Street.

1968--The movie, "Yellow Submarine," premieres at the London Pavillion. All of The Beatles are in attendance, with Yoko, Pattie, and Maureen accompanying them. This film does not count towards fulfilling The Beatles' contract with United Artists for three films.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Three and Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Oh! Darling and Octopus's Garden.

1971--John Lennon and Yoko Ono are interviewed on the BBC-TV show "Parkinson," which will turn out to be their last public TV appearance in the UK.

1974--John Lennon files an appeal with the US Immigration and Naturalization Service after receiving notification that his earlier appeal of October 31, 1973, has been denied and that he has been ordered to leave the United States within 60 days.

1975--Ringo Starr's wife, Maureen, is granted a divorce from Ringo on the grounds of adultery.

1981--UK release of The Beatles LPs The Beatles, The Early Years (Volume 1) and The Beatles, The Early Years (Volume 2) (Phoenix). Reissue of tracks from the Star-Club tapes of December 31, 1962.

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1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime and then again at night.

1963--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two of EMI Studios, London) from 7:00 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. The Beatles begin recording songs for their second album. They tape four songs, all cover versions: 11 takes of You Really Got a Hold On Me; 7 takes of Money; 6 takes of Devil In Her Heart, and 3 takes of Till There Was You.

1964--The Beatles' LP, A Hard Day's Night, is No. 1 in the UK.

1964--The Rolling Stones get their first UK No. 1 single with It's All Over Now.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Completion of Cry Baby Cry. The Beatles also tape three extended versions of Helter Skelter (time lengths 10:40, 12:35, and 27:11). None of the lengthy Helter Skelter tracks will be used for the released version; a re-make is recorded beginning on September 9. The Beatles Anthology 3 includes a 4 min. 37 sec. excerpt from Take 2, the 12:35 version (Disc one, Track 3).

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Three and Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Oh! Darling and Octopus's Garden.

1974--The US Justice Department orders John Lennon out of the country by September 10. The Immigration and Naturalization Service denies him an extension of his non-immigrant visa because of his guilty plea in England to a 1968 marijuana possesion charge.

1980--While John Lennon sits for a portrait in Bermuda (intended as a present for Yoko), Yoko is spending the weekend with her close friend, art dealer Sam Green.

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Today The Beatles History:

1961--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime and then again at night.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Majestic Ballroom, Birkenhead. The previous week was to have been The Beatles' final appearance after three consecutive Thursdays at this venue, but they were asked back for one more performance, due to popular demand.

1963--The Beatles perform at the Ritz Ballroom, Rhyl, Flintshire.

1964--The Beatles appear live on television from the ABC Theatre in Blackpool, on the variety program "Blackpool Night Out." They perform five songs: A Hard Day's Night, And I Love Her, If I Fell, Things We Said Today, and Long Tall Sally. The Beatles also participate in comedy sketches (as doctors operating on Ringo and as refuse collectors).

1965--US release of The Beatles’ single, Help! / I'm Down (Capitol). This mono version of Help! differs from the album version and has a different John Lennon vocal; this version will be released on the Rarities LP in 1980. 13 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #1.

1967--The Beatles' single, All You Need Is Love is #1 in the UK charts (Record Retailer).

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording Sexy Sadie (at one time titled "Maharishi"). 21 rehearsal takes are recorded, some up to 8 minutes long. On July 24, taping of a more structured recording will take place.

1971--A press conference is held at Apple headquarters to promote Yoko Ono's book, "Grapefruit." John Lennon says, "In England I'm regarded as the guy who won the pools. She's regarded as the lucky Jap who married the guy who won the pools. In America, we are both treated as artists."



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1957--Pete Shotton runs into Paul McCartney on the street and, on behalf of John Lennon and The Quarry Men, Shotton invites Paul to become a group member.

1961--The Beatles perform at St. John's Hall, Tuebrook, Liverpool.

1961--The second issue of Mersey Beat features The Beatles on the cover, along with a report on their recording session with Tony Sheridan (in Germany).

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime and at Bell Hall, Warrington, Lancashire, at night. Warrington is 18 miles east of Liverpool. As Brian Epstein had promised The Beatles when he asked to be their manager, he was frequently booking them out of Liverpool for their live performances.

1963--The Beatles perform for two houses at the Ritz Ballroom, Rhyl, Flintshire. This is the second of two consecutive nights at this venue in North Wales, with every performance sold-out.

1964--US release of The Beatles’ single, I'll Cry Instead / I'm Happy Just To Dance With You (Capitol). 7 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #25.

1964--US release of The Beatles’ single, And I Love Her / If I Fell (Capitol). 9 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #12.

1964--US release of The Beatles’ LP, Something New (Capitol). Songs: I'll Cry Instead, Things We Said Today, Any Time At All, When I Get Home, Slow Down, Matchbox, Tell Me Why, And I Love Her, I'm Happy Just To Dance With You, If I Fell, and Komm, Gib Mir Deine Hand. 41 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #2.

1964--The press announces the issue of Beatles Ltd. shares.

1965--Bob Dylan releases Like a Rolling Stone. The single becomes his first major hit, reaching No. 2.

1968--Paul McCartney and Jane Asher break their engagement. Reportedly, Paul found out about it while watching Jane give a television interview. Before long, Paul will begin seeing Linda Eastman, a professional photographer who specializes in candid photos of rock musicians.

1971--John Lennon and Yoko Ono face the world’s media in another press conference for her book, “Grapefruit”; this time at the Lennon’s spacious Tittenhurst Park mansion in Ascot. Due to the sheer volume of people present at this unique event, John and Yoko stipulate that at the very most they will spend no more than 15 minutes with each reporter-journalist.

1977--Gary Kellgren, operator and part-owner of two of the most popular recording studios on the West Coast (the Los Angeles Record Plant and the Sausalito Record Plant), drowns in a Hollywood swimming pool. He had engineered and produced albums by Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Rod Stewart, Barbara Streisand, and Sly and the Family Stone. He was 38.

1987--UK re-release of the John Lennon album, Walls and Bridges, on CD (EMI).







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1961--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime. That night they perform at Aintree Institute, Aintree, Liverpool.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Tower Ballroom, New Brighton, Wallasey.

1963--The Beatles perform at Queen's Theatre, Blackpool, Lancashire.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Three and Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording Come Together (8 takes). John Lennon’s stream of consciousness lyrics (part autobiographical, part sexual innuendo) are the song’s highlight. Chillingly, each verse is introduced with Lennon whispering “shoot me.” Engineer, Geoff Emerick, returns to working full-time with The Beatles. He had quit working with them when tensions and tempers ran high during the "White Album" recording sessions.

1971--Filming for the “Imagine” film: Day One. John Lennon and Yoko Ono begin shooting the main bulk of footage for their 70-minute film, later described by critics as “one of the most expensive home movies ever produced.”

1974--Work on John Lennon’s album, Wall and Bridges, shifts to the more familiar surroundings of the Record Plant in New York.

1984--The first case of a robot killing a human is documented in the US.

1987--Capitol Records releases its own pressings of The Beatles' first seven UK albums, with the original Parlophone track selections, in the US, while at the same time continuing to sell their original US versions. None of the original US versions would be released on CD, making the vinyl copies more rare. Since the Capitol pressings were made from the CD digital masters, the first four were in mono, the last three were in stereo: Please Please Me, With the Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Beatles For Sale, Help! Rubber Soul, and Revolver.

1987--Paul McCartney finishes recording Russian-language versions of rock and roll songs for his Soviet Union-only release, Choba B CCCP(Снова в СССР,по-нашему...).
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Today The Beatles History:

1961--The Beatles perform at Holyoake Hall, Wavertree, Liverpool.

1962--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at night.

1963--US release of The Beatles’ LP, Introducing The Beatles (VeeJay). Songs: I Saw Her Standing There, Misery, Anna, Chains, Boys, Love Me Do, P.S. I Love You, Baby It's You, Do You Want to Know a Secret, A Taste of Honey, There's a Place, and Twist and Shout.

1963--The Beatles perform at the Odeon Cinema in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. This is the first of six consecutive nights playing at this venue. The Beatles' English tour begins, with Gerry and the Pacemakers and Tommy Quickly, at Weston-Super-Mare, Odeon Cinema. This is Tommy Quickly's debut on stage. Photographer Dezo Hoffmann is present.

1966--Brian Epstein, suffering from glandular fever, cancels a trip to the US, which was planned for the weekend of July 23-24.

1967--John Lennon and his son, Julian, fly from Heathrow Airport in London for a holiday in Greece.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio One, EMI Studios, London). Good Night is re-recorded in its entirety, from start to finish, after the recording of the orchestra and choral tracks. Don't Pass Me By is completed, the tinkling piano intro being recorded in four takes and then spliced onto the beginning of the song

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Three, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Come Together. And Paul McCartney records yet another lead vocal for Oh! Darling, still looking for a satisfactory performance.

1971--Filming for “Imagine”: Day Two. John Lennon and Yoko Ono are filmed for one of the most memorable and most-seen sequences from the finished project: with the early morning mist still swirling around the grounds of their Tittenhurst mansion, the couple walk up the path toward the entrance of the house, which has “This Is Not Here” written above the door.

1997--In the UK, Rykodisc issues the second batch of their Yoko Ono CDs, which include Fly (1971), Approximately Infinite Universe (1973), Feeling The Space (1973), and A Story (1974), the later being originally recorded during her separation from John Lennon.

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