018 - January 18
Recording for Radio Luxembourg: "Carol", "Lend Me Your Comb", and others.
With The Beatles number 1, 7th week (UK Record Retailer).
"I Want To Hold Your Hand" number 45, 1st week in the Top 100 (US Billboard).
"I Want To Hold Your Hand" number 1, 4th week (Australia Kent Music Report).
"She Loves You" number 1, 5th week (Hitkrant Europarade).
Brian Epstein Automobiles takes out mortgages on a car showroom and a nearby workshop in Hounslow, Middlesex.
Brian returns to England from the Virgin Islands.
Paul is interviewed in London by Jo Durden-Smith for Granada Television's "It's So Far Out It's Straight Down."
The Beatles number 1, 7th week (UK Record Retailer.)
The Beatles number 1, 4th week (US Billboard).
The Beatles number 1, 5th week (Australia Kent Music Report).
"Lily The Pink" by The Scaffold number 2, 2nd week (Dutch Top 40).
"Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" covered by Marmalade number 4, 2nd week (Dutch Top 40).
John speaks about important financial problems in Apple, warning it goes to wrack because of its continuous losses.
Yellow Submarine LP, 1st week in the Top 30, entering the ranking (US Billboard).
"My Sweet Lord" number 1 (Australia Kent Music Report).
AIR Studios, London. Cleaning and reprocessing of tapes for The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl. Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Nigel Walker.
In Los Angeles, an exhibition of Linda's photographs is on display at the Jan Baum and Iris Silverman Gallery.
BBC Radio One begins broadcasting the five-part series "The Lennon Tapes".
World premiere of "Water", a Handmade Film, at the Odeon Cinema in London.
Wilfred Brambell dies at the age of 72 in a London hospital.
"Backbeat" receives an advance screening at the Odeon Marble Arch cinema in London.
At the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, Yoko's art exhibition "Have You Seen The Horizon Lately" is on display.
In Washington, D.C., an exhibition of Beatles photographs taken by Harry Benson is on display at the Govinda Gallery.
In Tampa, Florida, the exhibition of Linda's pictures entitled "Sixties" is on display at the Tampa Museum of Art.
The largest collection of Beatles memorabilia went on display in a new museum in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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