Please Please Me
number 1, 27th week (UK Record Retailer).
Concerts at the Odeon, Leeds ("The Beatles Autumn Tour").
2:30-3:00pm. BBC's "The Ken Dodd Show" broadcast (recorded October 9, 1963).
BBC's "The Public Ear" broadcast (recorded October 9, 1963).
Performance broadcast on the Swedish TV program "Drop In" (recorded October 30, 1963).
Studio 2. 2:30-7:00pm. Recording: "Michelle" (take 1). Studio 2. 7:00-11:30pm. Recording: "Michelle" (tape reduction take 1 into take 2, overdub onto take 2). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Ken Scott.
Australian EP release: "Nowhere Man" (Parlophone GEPO 8952).
Opening of the review "Way Out In Piccadilly", starring Cilla Black and Frankie Howerd, at the Prince Of Wales Theatre, London. Brian attends.
"Sunny Heights" (rock garden). Shooting for "Blue Jay Way" sequence in "Magical Mystery Tour".
Broadcast of a fragment of "Yellow Submarine" on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Appearance on a BBC-TV program, with Donovan and Lulu.
"Photograph" number 20 (Dutch Top 40).
"Melody Maker" publishes an exclusive interview with John.
Additional recording sessions for London Town
LP, at Abbey Road Studios.
number 71 (UK Record Retailer).
UK album release: The Beatles Box
(World Records SM 701/8).
At AIR Studios in London, Paul works with George Martin on the soundtrack for the proposed "Rupert The Bear" film.
John's killer arrives at the Dakota and fails in an attempt to meet John.
In the US, the "LA Times" publishes an interview with Ringo.
At the Milburn Galleries in Brisbane, Queensland, the exhibition featuring shots from Linda's book "Photographs" is shown.
In the US, "USA Toady" publishes an interview with Ringo and Barbara, promoting "Princess Daisy".
Give My Regards To Broad Street
number 1 (UK Record Retailer).
UK album release: Menlove Avenue
(Parlophone PCS 7308).
US single release: "Stranglehold"/"Angry" (Capitol B-5636).
In London, the Limelight Films production of "Pretty Little Head" is prepared for distribution. Paul makes a cameo appears and the film opens with an 11-second clip from the Beatles' song "She's Leaving Home".
US album release: Could Nine
(Dark Horse 9 25643-1).
The "Beatle City" exhibition runs at the West End marketplace in Dallas, Texas.
Paul performs in concert at Palacio De Sports, Madrid, Spain ("Get Back Tour").
Ringo and the All-Starr Band perform in concert at the Kitakyushu Koseinenkin Hall, Kyushi ("Tour Of Japan").
In the UK, Handmade Films "A Private Function" and "Water", featuring a performance of the track "Freedom" with George and Ringo, are released on home video.
In the UK, Paul is involved in a car crash. Escaping unhurt, there is extensive damage to his car. Ringo and Yoko phone him to see if he is alright.
11:30am approx. Charlotte, North Carolina. Telephonic interview of Yoko Ono with Ron Harper, of WWMG Magic 96.1 FM, from the Dakota Building, New York, on occasion of the exhibit of John's lithographs visiting the Charlotte area.
At Whatinthewhathe? Studios in Los Angeles, Ringo records the track "I Was Walking".
US album release: John Lennon Anthology
(Capitol C2 8 30614 2).
US album release: Wonsaponatime
(Capitol CDP 4 97639 2).
Lonnie Donegan, died mid-way through a UK tour and shortly before he was due to perform at a memorial concert for George Harrison with The Rolling Stones. He was 71.