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Today The Beatles History

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Today The Beatles History:

1960--The Silver Beatles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Stu Sutcliffe, and Norman Chapman) perform at the Grosvenor Ballroom, Liscard, Wallasey. Chapman's last appearance as drummer for The Silver Beatles was either this performance or on the following week.

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

1962--The Beatles perform at the Kingsway Club, Southport.

1963--The Beatles perform at the Odeon Cinema in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.

1964--The Beatles perform at a special midnight show, "The Night of a Hundred Stars," at the London Palladium. The show is in aid of the Combined Theatrical Charities Appeal Council. Many well-known stars participate, such as Sir Laurence Olivier and Judy Garland. In part one of the show, The Beatles act out a "flying ballet" sketch, which involves them being raised up high above the stage on wires. In part two of the show, they perform a brief musical set.

1965--UK release of The Beatles single, Help! / I'm Down (Parlophone). 10 weeks on the charts; highest position #1.

1966--Harold Wilson participates in the re-opening of the Cavern Club. Brian Epstein sends a congratulatory telegram, but declines an invitation to attend the proceedings.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Completion of Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey. The song had been considered finished, but John Lennon re-records his lead vocal, then backing vocals and handclaps are overdubbed.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Three and Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Come Together. Paul McCartney records another lead vocal for Oh! Darling. Recording The End (seven takes), which includes Ringo Starr's only drum solo on a Beatles recording.

1971--Filming Imagine: Day Three. The final day of the Tittenhurst / Ascot filming begins with Yoko Ono sitting up in bed reading the papers, while John Lennon is seen using the toilet

1985--UK re-release of The Beatles single, Help! / I'm Down (Parlophone). 20th anniversary reissue. Issued as a regular single and also as a picture disc.

1986--US re-release of The Beatles' single, Twist and Shout / There's a Place (Capitol). The single was originally issued on the Tollie label in 1964.

1987--The surviving Beatles sue EMI-Capitol, demanding $40 million in back royalties and the right to own their recordings.

1989--Ringo Starr begins his first solo tour, a tour of North America, with his All-Starr Band. The opening tour performance is at Starplex Amphitheatre, Dallas, Texas.

1991--In Merseyside, Liverpool, a plaque honoring Brian Epstein is inveiled at 12-14 Whitechapel in the city center. This is the location of the original NEMS record store, which is now the site of the Rumbelows domestic appliance chain. The plaque is part of the Harp Beat Rock Plaques series presented in Britain.
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1961--The Beatles perform at Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool.

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

1963--The Beatles perform at the Odeon Cinema in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. Earlier in the day they had been in London, attending a recording session for The Fourmost, who were recording the Lennon-McCartney song, Hello Little Girl.

1965--Ringo Starr buys Sunny Heights, at St. George's Hill Estate, Weybridge, Surrey.

1967--An advertisement appears in the London Times, signed by all four Beatles and Brian Epstein, urging the British government to legalize marijuana.

1967--The Beatles appear on the front cover of Life magazine (the Asia edition) with the headline: The New Far-Out Beatles. The cover photo features their new Sgt. Pepper mustache look.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording Sexy Sadie (23 takes). But The Beatles will start a second re-make in August. At the end of the session, various and sundry sound effects are taped.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Paul McCartney records a demo of his song, Come and Get It, which he intends to give to The Iveys. Paul will later produce The Iveys' recording of the song, persuade them to change their name to Badfinger, and arrange for Come and Get It to be selected as the theme song for the movie, "The Magic Christian." Later, The Beatles record Sun King / Mean Mr. Mustard (35 takes). The two songs are recorded as one continuous work. The demo of Come and Get It was released on The Beatles Anthology 3 (Disc two, Track 18). Also on The Beatles Anthology 3 is a jam of Ain't She Sweet, recorded during this day's session (Disc two, Track 19).

1971--John Lennon and Yoko Ono travel again to the Virgin Islands, where a judge grants them the right to bring up Yokos daughter, Kyoko, on the provision that they allow Anthony Cox reasonable access to the child. Despite this, John and Yoko still do not know Kyokos whereabouts.

1978--The movie, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, starring The Bee Gees and Peter Frampton, opens in New York. It has long been considered one of the worst rock films ever made.

1980--Peter Sellers, British actor and comedian, dies of heart trouble. He was noted for his film roles in Dr Strangelove and the Pink Panther movies. Long admired by The Beatles for his work on The Goon Show, he became quite friendly with them during the days of Beatlemania.

  
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1961
Performance at the Cavern, with Gerry and the Pacemakers, the Bluegenes, and others.
1963
Live: Odeon Cinema, Weston-super-Mare
This was the fourth of six consecutive nights of concerts given by The Beatles at the Odeon Cinema in Weston-super-Mare, a seaside town in Somerset, England.
1964
A Hard Days Night LP number 1, replacing Rolling Stones LP (UK Record Retailer chart).
Billboard comments that A Hard Days Night LP has already sold enough copies to cover all the films costs. A record in the subject.
Studio 4. BBC Television Centre, London. George appears on BBC-TVs Juke Box Jury. Broadcast live.
Studio 4. BBC Television Centre, London. Ringo films appearance on BBC-TVs Juke Box Jury.
1965
Cilla Black begins 3 weeks of performances at the Persian Room, Plaza Hotel, New York.
Epstein flies to New York to attend Cillas debut.
1967
Brian writes to Nat Weiss. Subjects: Brians father recent death, the Beatles, including their project to buy a Greek island, and his next trip to New York (a trip he never tookit was planned for 2 September 1967).
1968
Studio 2. 7.00pm-3.15am. Recording: While My Guitar Gently Weeps (take 1). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush.
Recording of acoustic demo for While My Guitar Gently Weeps.
1969
Studio 2. 2.30pm-2.30am. Recording: Here Comes The Sun-King (working title of Sun King/'Mean Mr Mustard) (overdub onto take 35); Come Together (overdub onto take 9); Polythene Pam/'She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (takes 1-39). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: John Kurlander.
10.30pm-2.30am. Re-recording of bass and drums, and recording of lead vocal for Polythene Pam/'She Came In Through The Bathroom Window.
1970
Live Peace In Toronto, 29th week in the ranking (Billboard).
Magazine Record World publishes that the incorporation of Ono Music Ltd., to publish Yokos music, is false.
1973
George pays taxes amounting to 1 million pounds in relation to the concert for Bangla Desh.
1978
Sweet Silence Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark. Recording: either of: On The Rebound; Shes So In Love; As Far As We Can Go; One Way Love Affair. Producer: Russ Ballard; Engineer: David De Vore.
1983
Studio 2. Show The Beatles At Abbey Road (3 times).



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1961--The Beatles perform a night show at the Cavern Club.

1962--The Beatles perform at Cambridge Hall, Southport, Lancashire. They appear as the supporting act for Joe Brown and the Bruvvers, who have a hit at #3 in the charts, A Picture Of You. This song is one of Brian Epstein's personal favorites, and The Beatles include it in their stage act, with George Harrison taking the lead vocal.

1963--The Beatles perform at the Odeon Cinema in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.

1964--The Beatles perform at the Opera House in Blackpool, Lancashire.

1967--Ringo Starr returns to England from Greece
9.00am, Wednesday 26 July 1967 (44 years ago)

Ringo Starr and Neil Aspinall decided to return to England from Greece on this day. They had been in the country to look at possible islands to purchase for The Beatles, their family and friends to live and work on.

Starr's wife Maureen was in the late stages of pregnancy and had remained in Britain, and he was eager to see her. Their second son Jason was born on 19 August 1967.

1968--John Lennon goes to Paul McCartney's house to assist him in completing his song Hey Jude, which has been selected as The Beatles' next single.

1970--John Lennon records demos of his song God. And the dream of a generation is over.

1974--The first Beatles convention, called Strawberry Fields Forever, is held in Boston, Massachusetts.

1976--Suffering from hepatitis, George Harrison misses the contractual deadline with A&M Records for the completion of his next album.

2010--
Paul McCartney live at Bridgestone Arena, Nashville
8.00pm, Monday 26 July 2010 (1 year ago)

Sir Paul McCartney performed a concert at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, as part of his Up And Coming Tour.
During the concert McCartney signed the back of a fan, underneath a tattoo of his famous Höfner bass.

2011--
Paul McCartney live at Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
8.35pm, Tuesday 26 July 2011 (2 days ago)

Sir Paul McCartney performed the first of two concerts at Montreal's Bell Centre.
Prior to the show he and his band performed a sound check before a limited number of guests and fans. A Japanese fan was invited onto the stage - McCartney asked her name and was told "Yoko", much to his amusement and the delight of the crowd.





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Today The Beatles History:

1961--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime. That night they appear at St. John's Hall, Tuebrook, Liverpool. At St. John's Hall, The Beatles also back a young girl singer, Cilla White, who will later achieve world fame using the name Cilla Black. The Big Three are also on the bill.

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

1963--The Beatles spend the day with photographer Dezo Hoffman, who takes photos and 8mm movies of the boys at their hotel, on the beach dressed in Victorian bathing suits, and go-carting. The exact date is not known, except that it is certainly one of the six days that The Beatles perform at Weston-super-Mare in Somerset (July 22-27). The movie film that photographer Hoffman took was broadcast in the UK on the BBC program, "The Tube," almost 20 years later, on December 3, 1982.

1963--The Beatles perform at the Odeon Cinema in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. This is the last of six consecutive nights playing at this venue.

1963--UK release of Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas single, Bad to Me / I Call Your Name, both John Lennon compositions (credited to Lennon-McCartney) (Parlophone). Highest chart position #1 for two weeks. Combined sales in the UK, the US, and other countries will exceed one million. The Beatles never recorded Bad to Me, but they did record I Call Your Name, which was released in the UK on The Beatles' Long Tall Sally EP.

1971--An interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono by Sue Faulconbridge, which took place at their Tittenhurst mansion in Ascot on July 20, is published in the Liverpool Echo. She writes: You can no longer consider John Ono Lennon apart from Yoko Ono Lennon...they are, if you like, one person.

1976--John Lennon's request to remain in the US is finally approved and he is issued his green card (A17-597-321), which permits him to remain permanently in the country. He is now entitled to apply for US citizenship in 1981. In a ceremony at the New York offices of the US Immigration and Naturalization Service, Lennon is given the green card by Judge Ira Fieldsteel, the same judge who had issued the deportation order against John on March 23, 1973.

1983--
Studio 2. Show The Beatles At Abbey Road (3 times).

2008--
Neil Aspinall left nearly £7m in his will
1.47pm, Sunday 27 July 2008 (3 years ago)

The Beatles' finance expert Neil Aspinall left nearly £7m to his family in his will.
The father-of-five, 66, who ran the group's business empire for 40 years, died from lung cancer in March 2008 in New York.

Originally from Liverpool, Aspinall became friends with Paul McCartney and George Harrison when they were at school together. He went on to earn £1 an hour as The Beatles' road manager, later becoming their personal assistant and one of the most trusted members of their inner circle.

2011--
Paul McCartney live at Bell Centre, Montreal, Canada
8.00pm, Wednesday 27 July 2011 (Yesterday)

Sir Paul McCartney performed the second of two concerts at Montreal's Bell Centre.
McCartney's band was Paul 'Wix' Wickens (vocals, keyboards, guitar, percussion, harmonica), Brian Ray (vocals, guitar, bass), Rusty Anderson (vocals, guitar) and Abe Laboriel Jr (vocals, drums).

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1961--The Beatles perform at Aintree Institute, Aintree, Liverpool.

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

1963--The Beatles perform at the ABC Cinema in Great Yarmouth.

1964--On their second visit to Sweden, The Beatles perform two shows at an ice hockey arena, the Johanneshovs Isstadion, Stockholm, Sweden. During the first show, both Paul McCartney and John Lennon receive mild electrical shocks from ungrounded microphones. Supporting acts include The Kays, The Moonlighters, and The Streaplers. The Beatles also appear on Swedish TV, allowing John to recite his poem Good Dog Nigel to baffled viewers.

1965--Peter and Gordon make a guest appearance on ABC-TVs "Where The Action Is," singing their hit, I Go To Pieces.

1965--The Who make their first appearance on British TV's Ready Steady Go! Their managers pack the audience with mods who watch the band perform I Can't Explain.

1965--Rolling Stone Charlie Watts buys a 16th-century wooden mansion in Sussex, England. His father tells the press, "We can't understand why he prefers an old place like this to something modern."

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Three and Two, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Polythene Pam / She Came In Through The Bathroom Window.

1970--The film, Ned Kelly, starring Mick Jagger, opens in Australia. Reception is unkind. Halliwell's Film Guide says, "Obstinately unlikable action picture with some kind of message which never becomes clear amid all the cleverness."

1971--US release of the George Harrison single, Bangladesh / Deep Blue (Apple). 7 weeks on Billboard chart; highest position #23.

1987--The surviving Beatles and their representatives sue Nike and Capitol Records over the use of the song Revolution in shoe commercials.

1995--Control of Jimi Hendrix's estate is passed on to his father, James Al Hendrix, who fought a long legal battle for the rights to his son's likeness and music.

2010--
Paul McCartney live at Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte
8.00pm, Wednesday 28 July 2010 (1 year ago)

Sir Paul McCartney performed a concert at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, as part of his Up And Coming Tour.
Here's a performance of Ram On, from Paul and Linda McCartney's 1971 album Ram









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

1963--The Newport Folk Festival is held once again after a four-year layoff. Headliners include Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, and Peter, Paul and Mary. Peter, Paul and Mary also release their version of Dylan's Blowin' in the Wind, which later goes to No. 2.

1963--In the Washington Hotel, London, 32 photographs are taken of The Beatles by Radio Times photographer Don Smith. Later, a photo session is held with Marc Sharratt on the hotel roof, and then a separate session for individual photos of George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, and Paul McCartney takes place.

1964--The Beatles perform two shows at the Johanneshovs Isstadion, Sandstuvagen, Stockholm, Sweden.

1964--Brian Epstein resigns his directorship with NEMS Limited.

1965--The Beatles' second movie, "Help!" premieres in London at the Pavilion Cinema, with The Beatles, John Lennons Aunt Mimi, and Queen Elizabeth in attendance. The film would win first prize at the Rio De Janeiro Film Festival in Brazil. John would later call the film bullshit, complaining that we were bit-players in our own movie.

1966--The American teen magazine, Datebook, reprints excerpts from John Lennons Evening Standard interview with Maureen Cleeve. Presented out of context, it appears as if he is saying The Beatles are more important than Jesus Christ. Lennons quotes are treated as blasphemous and the subsequent chaos that occurs threatens to undermind The Beatles popularity in America, leading to the possible cancellation of their upcoming tour of the US.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). George Martin is absent from this session, which sees the first recordings (six takes) of Hey Jude. One of these takes was released on The Beatles Anthology 3 (Disc one, Track 17).

1968--The Byrds fly to South Africa for a tour. However, Gram Parsons refuses to go along since he is protesting South African apartheid.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Three, EMI Studios, London). Recording a guitar overdub for Come Together. Then recording overdubs onto Sun King / Mean Mr. Mustard.

1970--The Rolling Stones' contract with Decca ends. The band informs manager Allen Klein that "neither he nor ABKCO Industries have any authority to negotiate recording contracts on their behalf," and begins to consider starting their own label.

1971--Having flown to New York to participate in George Harrisons Concert For Bangladesh, John Lennon discovers that Yoko Ono will not be welcome on stage. He initially accepts Georges decision, until Yoko finds out. John and Yoko then have a violent argument and John storms off to the airport, where he catches the first flight back to Europe.

1980--John Lennon and his young son, Sean, fly back to New York from Bermuda.

1998--Miramax Films co-chairmen, Bob and Harvey Weinstein, announce that they have bought the rights to The Beatles' landmark film, "A Hard Day's Night." Miramax announces plans to release the 1964 classic later that year for its 35th anniversary with new footage, a fully restored negative, and digitally remastered six-track stereo sound.
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1960--The Silver Beatles perform at the Grosvenor Ballroom, Liscard, Wallasey. The violence, noise, and general destruction that accompany the Saturday night sessions here leads nearby residents to complain, and the ballroom will be closed to beat groups for nearly five months. The Silver Beatles, meanwhile, begin searching desperately for a drummer, because their opportunity to play in Hamburg, West Germany, will evaporate if they are unable to find a suitable percussionist.

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

1962--The Beatles perform a lunchtime show at the Cavern Club, then travel to Bootle to appear at St. John's Hall, which is re-named the Blue Penguin Club on rock show nights.

1963--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London), recording songs for their second album. Because they have two radio appearances to record during the afternoon (see separate entry), The Beatles work on their album songs in the morning (10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.) and then again through the evening (5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.). During the morning session, The Beatles record nine takes of Please Mr. Postman and 10 takes of It Won't Be Long. In the evening session, George Martin records his piano overdub for Money (which had been recorded by The Beatles on July 18), then The Beatles tape 5 more takes of Till There Was You (adding to the takes from July 18), 8 takes of Roll Over Beethoven, 13 more takes of It Won't Be Long, and 13 takes of All My Loving.

1963--The Beatles tape an interview for the BBC radio program "Non Stop Pop," for its "Pop Chat" segment. Recorded at London's Playhouse Theatre. Broadcast on August 30.

1963--The Beatles, at the Playhouse Theatre in London, record six songs for the BBC radio program "Saturday Club." The songs: Long Tall Sally, She Loves You, Glad All Over, Twist and Shout, You Really Got a Hold On Me, and I'll Get You. Broadcast on August 24, with the last three songs being included in the portion of the program that is broadcast overseas. One track from this session is included on the 1994 Beatles double-CD Live at the BBC: You Really Got a Hold On Me (Disc one, Track 23).

1966--Brian Epstein goes to Portmeirion Village, North Wales, with George Martin, to recover from his glandular fever.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Continuing work on Hey Jude, going through take 23 and a reduction mixdown into take 25. But these recordings are more in the way of rehearsals, for The Beatles have booked sessions at Trident Studios to record the official version. During this session, The Beatles are filmed for segments in a short documentary about the various forms of British music (titled "Music!"). The footage is aired in the US on February 22, 1970, on the NBC-TV special "Experiment in Television."

1968--A public announcement of the closing of the Apple Boutique is made. In the wee hours of the morning, John Lennon and Yoko Ono arrive at the store. Placing a sheet on the ground, Yoko raids the boutique, filling it with piles of designer clothing.http://www.strawberrywalrus.com/applestore.html

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studios Two and Three, EMI Studios, London). Recording overdubs for Come Together, Polythene Pam / She Came In Through the Bathroom Window, You Never Give Me Your Money, and Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight. Then The Beatles begin to assemble the "medley" that will make up side two of the album. Paul McCartney tells tape operator, John Kurlander, to discard Her Majesty, but Kurlander can't bring himself to do so, tacking it onto the end of the medley tape, about 20 seconds after The End. The next day, when acetate discs are cut from the tape, Her Majesty is included. Hearing it like this, Paul likes it and decides to keep it, including the lengthy silence preceding it.

1971--UK release of the George Harrison single, Bangladesh / Deep Blue (Apple). 6 weeks on the charts; highest position #10.

1973--John Phillips, of The Mamas and The Papas, calls a press conference to accuse his old label, ABC-Dunhill, of "the systematic, cold-blooded theft of perhaps up to $60 million, stolen from each and every artist who ever recorded for the company during a seven-year period."



1991--US re-release of the George Harrison album, The Concert for Bangladesh on CD (Capitol).
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1961--The Beatles perform at the Cavern Club at lunchtime, then they appear at Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool, at night.

1963--The Beatles perform at the Imperial Ballroom in Nelson.

1964--A Rolling Stones concert in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is stopped after only 12 minutes, when violence breaks out in the audience.

1966--In Birmingham, Alabama, a Beatles record-burning event is held to protest John Lennon's "bigger than Jesus" remark.

1966--Cream play their first concert in Windsor, England.

1967--Ringo Starr, on behalf of The Beatles, records a farewell message for pirate radio station Radio London, which will cease broadcasting on August 5.

1967--After a public outcry, a London Appeals Court drops drug charges against Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. Mick Jagger, also busted for drugs, has his jail sentence reduced to a conditional discharge.

1968--The Beatles in the recording studio (Trident Studios, 17 St. Anne's Court, London). The Beatles record at this new studio in London, to utilize its 8-track equipment (EMI is still using 4-track recorders, with their new 8-track equipment awaiting installation). Four takes of Hey Jude are recorded. The session begins at 2:00 p.m. and ends at 4:00 a.m.

1968--The Beatles give up on the Apple Boutique. It closes down, but with The Beatles doing this in a rather extravagant manner: they give away all of the remaining merchandise, allowing anyone entering the shop to take what they want. This isn't advertised, but word of mouth soon results in a large crowd gathering outside the shop, and the police have to be called in to maintain order.

1969--The Beatles in the recording studio (Studio Two, EMI Studios, London). Additional overdubs bring You Never Give Me Your Money to completion. Then, drums, tympani, and vocals are overdubbed onto Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight.

1969--A day before beginning his reputation-making stand at Las Vegas' International Hotel, Elvis Presley plays a private concert for press and friends, including Wayne Newton, Dick Clark, and Burt Bacharach.

1970--Cynthia Lennon marries Roberto Bassanini. Julian Lennon would later say that Roberto was the only father he ever really knew.

1980--John Lennon and Yoko Ono arrange a meeting with record producer Jack Douglas, to discuss working with him on their forthcoming album (Double Fantasy). Douglas, who was engineer on some of John and Yokos projects in the early seventies, initially refuses to take the job unless he is the sole producer. He eventually agrees to share producing credit with the Lennons.

1980--John Phillips, formerly of The Mamas and The Papas, is arrested for allegedly dealing drugs out of his New York summer home.

1982--UK release of the 10-inch LP, The Savage Young Beatles (Charly). Originally released in the US in 1964 as This Is The Savage Young Beatles. Includes the songs Why, Cry For a Shadow, Take Out Some Insurance on Me Baby, and Sweet Georgia Brown.

2000--The Record Industry Association of America (RIAA) certifies new multi-platinum sales totals in the US for six Beatles albums. The Beatles (aka "The White Album") has reached the 18 million mark, making it one of the seven highest-certified albums. Other certifications: Love Songs (3 million); Revolver (5 million); Magical Mystery Tour (6 million); The Beatles / 1962-1966 (14 million); and The Beatles / 1967-1970 (15 million). The Beatles' total certified sales in the US to date is 113.5 million.
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1962
Performance at the Cavern, with Gerry and the Pacemakers, and the Mersey Beats.

1963
The Playhouse Theatre, Manchester. 1.30-4.00pm. Recording for BBC's 'Pop Go The Beatles': 'Pop Go The Beatles'; 'Ooh! My Soul'; 'Don't Ever Change'; 'Twist And Shout'; 'She Loves You'; 'Anna (Go To Him)'; 'A Shot Of Rythm And Blues'; 'Pop Go The Beatles'.

The Playhouse Theatre, Manchester. 4.00-6.00pm. Recording for BBC's 'Pop Go The Beatles': 'Pop Go The Beatles'; 'From Me To You'; 'I'll Get You'; 'Money (That's What I Want)'; 'There's A Place'; 'Honey Don't'; 'Roll Over Beethoven'; 'Lucille'; 'Baby It's You'; 'Pop Go The Beatles'.

1st issue of 'The Beatles Monthly Book', published by Sean O'Mahony.

Concert at Southport.

1964
'A Hard Day's Night' LP number 1, 2nd week (UK 'Record Retailer' chart).

Ringo appears on BBC-TV's 'Juke Box Jury' (filmed 25 July 1964).

1965
Performance for the 'Blackpool Night Out', broadcast live on TV.

1966
Beatles burn-in" organized by two radio announcers.

1967
George and Pattie Harrison, Neil Aspinall, Alex the Magician and Jennie Boyd visit the Haight-Ashbury district, San Francisco.

Premiere of 'Film Number 4', by Yoko.

1968
Trident Studios. 5.00pm-3.00am. Recording: 'Hey Jude' (overdub onto take 1). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Barry Sheffield; 2nd Engineer: unknown.
5.00-8.00pm. Recording bass, lead and backing vocals.
8.00-11.00pm. Recording orchestra.

1969
Studio 2. 2.30-10.30pm. Recording: 'Because' (takes 1-23, overdub onto take 16). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: John Kurlander.
First of three 3-part vocal recordings.

1970
'Live Peace In Toronto', 30th week in the ranking (Billboard).

Yoko suffers a miscarriage.

1971
First concert for Bangla Desh, at the Madison Square Garden.

John flies from New York to London.

1978
Dhani Harrison is born.

1980
George starts Hand Made Films.

1983
Studio 2. Show 'The Beatles At Abbey Road' (3 times).

2009
Paul McCartney live at FedEx Field, Washington
8.00pm, Saturday 1 August 2009 (2 year ago)

Around 50,000 people saw Sir Paul McCartney perform at the FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.
The 2.5 hour concert was delayed by over an hour due to traffic problems. During the show McCartney and his band performed songs from his entire career.






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1961
Performance at the Cavern.

1962
Concert at the River Park Ballroom, Chester.

1963
It is reported that the Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas, have sold, in the UK only, over 2.5 million records in 6 months.

Concert at the Grafton Ballroom, Liverpool.
Provisional timings:
7.30-8.30. Chick Graham and the Coasters.
8.30-9.30. Sonny Webb and the Cascades.
9.30-10.00. The Beatles.
10.00-11.00. The Undertakers.
11.00-11.30. The Beatles.
11.30-12.30. The Dennisons.

1964
Concert at the Gaumont, Bournemouth.

1965
Epstein makes it clear to the British press that there will be no more UK Beatles tours in 1965 (decision which will turn out to be reversed). He announces that Cilla Black will make her debut in pantomime in 'Little Red Riding Hood', Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas will open in 'Mother Goose', and Gerry and the Pacemakers in 'Cinderella'.

1967
George visits the Ravi Shankar's music school, in Los Angeles.

1968
Trident Studios. 2.00pm-1.30am. Stereo mixing: 'Hey Jude' (remixes 1-3, from take 1). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Barry Sheffield; 2nd Engineer: unknown.

1969
Badfinger records in one day 'Come And Get It', at Abbey Road Studios. Paul produces the session.

'Give Peace A Chance' number 2, 4th week in the Top 28 (Billboard).

1982
Santa Barbara Sound studio, Santa Barbara, USA. Mixing for LP 'Old Wave'. Producer: Jim Nipar, assisted by Terry Nelson. Ringo and Joe Walsh are in attendance.

1983
Studio 2. Show 'The Beatles At Abbey Road' (3 times).

 
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1961
Brian's first record review column is published in the 3rd issue of 'Mersey Beat'.

1963
Stephen Ward dies of overdose of Nembutal.

Performance at the Cavern, with the Mersey Beats, The Escorts, The Road Runners, The Sapphires, and Johnny Ringo & The Colts.
Last Beatles performance at the Cavern Club.


'Please Please Me' LP number 1, 13th week (UK 'Record Retailer' chart).


UK single release: 'Hello Little Girl', with the Fourmost.


1964
10.00-12.00am. BBC's 'From Us To You' (4th edition) is broadcast (recorded 17 July 1964).
BBC-TV broadcasts 'Follow The Beatles', documentary about the shooting of 'A Hard Day's Night'.

US LP release: 'Off The Beatles Track'.


1967
Brian does not attend a meeting with Dr. John Flood planned for this day.

1968
'New Musical Express' publishes a photograph of Paul and Clem Curtis at the discotheque Revolution.

1971
Paul forms 'Wings'.

1982
Santa Barbara Sound studio, Santa Barbara, USA. Mixing for LP 'Old Wave'. Producer: Jim Nipar, assisted by Terry Nelson. Ringo and Joe Walsh are in attendance.

1983
Studio 2. Show 'The Beatles At Abbey Road' (3 times).
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The Beatles' final Cavern Club showThe Beatles' final Cavern Club show
6.00pm, Saturday 3 August 1963 (48 years ago)

After nearly 300 performances at Liverpool's Cavern Club, this was The Beatles' final show at the venue.
Originally a jazz venue, The Quarrymen had first played their brand of skiffle at the Cavern on 7 August 1957. In the intervening years they returned to it often, playing both lunchtime and evening shows, and it became the Liverpool venue in which The Beatles played most often.

It was well known that The Beatles had outgrown the Cavern, and their regular fans were grudgingly aware that their popularity could only be served by bigger venues.
The show was officially declared by the club's management to have been The Beatles' 292nd there, although the accuracy of that number has been disputed. It is more likely that they performed at the Cavern around 275 times.



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Today The Beatles History:

1946
Maureen Cox is born in Liverpool.

1956
Hound Dog and Dont Be Cruel, with Elvis Presley, 1st week in the ranking (Billboard).

1963
Concert at the Queens Theatre, Blackpool.

1964
Lightning visit of Brian to the US to arrange a major autumn tour package for Gerry and the Pacemakers, Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas and Tommy Quickly.

1965
Defending Brian, John affirms: If Brian says there should be no publicity for Help! then thats the way it should be. The record got to number one didnt it?

Help! single number 1, 2nd week (UK New Musical Express chart).

1966
The government of South Africa establishes a prohibition of radio broadcasting Beatles records, because of Johns declarations about religion. The decision was maintained for several years.

1967
UK LP re-release: The Beatles First.

1968
Carole Chapman starts working for Apple.

1969
Studio 2. 2.30-9.00pm. Recording: Because (overdub onto take 16). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: John Kurlander. Studio 3. 7.15-8.45pm. Stereo mixing: Something (unnumbered rough remix, from take 39); Here Comes The Sun (unnumbered rough remix, from take 15). Producer: George Harrison; Engineer: Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: Alan Parsons.
2nd and 3rd set of 3-part vocal recordings for Because. Remix of Something for Martin, for scoring purposes.

1980
John and Yoko return to New York after vacations.

1982
Santa Barbara Sound studio, Santa Barbara, USA. Mixing for LP Old Wave. Producer: Jim Nipar, assisted by Terry Nelson. Ringo and Joe Walsh are in attendance.

1983
Studio 2. Show The Beatles At Abbey Road (3 times).





 
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Today The Beatles History:

1961
First afternoon show: Performance at the Cavern, with Remo Four.

1962
Performance at the Cavern, with The Saints Jazz Band.

1963
Performance on the 'A Twist And Shout Dance' Festival, at the Abbotsfield Park, Urmston, Manchester, with Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, the Dennisons, and Johnny Martin and the Tremors.
11.30am. Opening of the Festival.

1964
'A Hard Day's Night' single number 1, 4th and last week (UK New Musical Express chart).
'With The Beatles', 37th week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1966
UK LP release: 'Revolver'.
UK single release: 'Eleanor Rigby'/'Yellow Submarine', double A-side.

Date of beginning of the (cancelled) concerts of Freddie and the Dreamers in Philippines.

The Spanish radio RKT establishes a censorship against the Beatles, due to John's declarations about Jesus.

1967
Date offered to Brian by Dr. John Flood for their meeting, to replace the 3 August meeting, which Brian could not attend. Brian cannot accept this date either.

1969
Studio 3 (control room only) . 2.30-6.30pm. Recording: 'You Never Give Me Your Money' (sound effects takes 1-5). Abbey Road, Room 43 and Studio 2. 6.30-10.45pm. Recording: 'Because' (overdub onto take 16) ; 'Ending' (working title of 'The End') (overdub onto take 7). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: John Kurlander.
Paul brings home-made tape loops, to use in the crossfade at the end of 'You Never Give Me Your Money'. First Beatle use of a synthesizer ('Because').
Studio 3 (control room). 8.00-9.30pm. Tony Clark, balance engineer, and Alan Parsons, 2nd engineer, make a copy from an ordinary cassette of some recent private recordhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifings of John and Yoko. It's taken away by Anthony Fawcett, assistent of the Lennons.

1982
Santa Barbara Sound studio, Santa Barbara, USA. Mixing for LP 'Old Wave'. Producer: Jim Nipar, assisted by Terry Nelson. Ringo and Joe Walsh are in attendance.

1983
Studio 2. Show 'The Beatles At Abbey Road' (3 times).

 
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UK LP release: 'Revolver'.
UK single release: 'Eleanor Rigby'/'Yellow Submarine', double A-side.

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