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Default 287 - October 13

October 13

Neil Aspinall is born in Prestatyn, Wales.

Cavern evening session: Zenith Six, the Beatles, Group One.


Please Please Me number 1, 24th week (UK Record Retailer).

Evening: Performance on BBC-TV's "Sunday Night at the London Palladium".

6:20pm and 8:30pm. Performances at the ABC Theatre, Wigan.

EMI Studios. Brian records a record with readings from "A Cellarful Of Noise". Producer: George Martin.


Help! LP number 1, 10th week (UK Record Retailer).

Studio 2. 7:00pm-12:15am. Recording: "Drive My Car" (takes 1-4). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Ken Scott.

First proper session extended past midnight.

Brian flies to the USA to see the edited film of the Shea Stadium concert.

The song for the film "How I Won The War" is released, with Musketeer Gripweed and the Third Troop.

Studio 2. 7:00pm-6:00am. Recording: "Julia" (takes 1-3). Stereo mixing: "Julia" (remix 1, from take 3); "Dear Prudence" (remix 1, from take 1); "Wild Honey Pie" (remixes 1, 2, from take 1); "Back In The USSR" (remix 1, from take 6); "Blackbird" (remix 1, from take 32). Mono mixing: "Julia" (remix 1, from take 3); "Dear Prudence" (remixes 1-5, from take 1); "Blackbird" (remix 10, from take 32). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith. Recording of the last song for The Beatles: "Julia". The only John solo recording for the group.

The press reports that Yoko has had a miscarriage.

Savoy Theatre, London. London debut concert of Mary Hopkin. Paul, Linda, Ringo and Maureen attend.

In New York, Paul's Shetland wool jumper sells for $95 at an auction.

Yoko's exhibition "This Is Not Here" shown at the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York.

In New York, legendary TV personality Ed Sullivan dies from cancer. He was 72.

At Paul's Scottish farmhouse, Paul, Linda and Denny begin filming the promo video for "Mull Of Kintyre".


"Arrow Through Me" number 29 (US Billboard).

John and Sean enjoy a belated birthday party with Yoko at their regular birthday venue, the Tavern On The Green in Central Park.

In Los Angeles, the second part of a pre-recorded interview with Yoko is aired on Jim Ladd's radio show.

At their Shea Stadium concert, The Who perform "I Saw Her Standing There" and "Twist And Shout" in their encore, as a tribute to the Beatles who played there back in 1965 and 1966.

In the Philippines, the Handmade Film production of "Time Bandits" premieres in Manila.

The Liverpool City Council passes unanimously the idea to honor the Beatles with the title of Freemen of the City.

At the Cuts Gallery in London, an exhibition of Dezo Hoffman's photographs from his book "John Lennon" is shown.


UK album release: Double Fantasy (Geffen/WEA 299 131) on CD.

The "Beatle City" exhibition runs at the West End marketplace in Dallas, Texas.

In the US, Capitol Records file a complaint in the US District Court in Los Angeles to block Geffen Records from releasing the album The John Lennon Collection on CD.

In the US, Westwood One's "Star Trak Profile" series syndicates a special on George across various radio stations.

In the US, the MPL documentary "Paul McCartney: Coming Home" is aired on the Disney Channel.

In New York, tickets go on sale for Paul's "Liverpool Oratorio" performance at Carnegie Hall.

Paul performs in concert at Palais Omnisports de Bercy, Paris, France ("The New World Tour").

Paul arrives 90 minutes late for his press conference before tonight's concert.

In the US, Ringo promotes his Live In Montreaux CD on the NBC morning show "Today".

In a video message on his website, Ringo announces that he no longer has time to sign autographs and asks fans not to send him any mail at all. "No more fan mail and no objects to be signed. Nothing." After finishing a tour of the US and Canada, he was dividing his time between Los Angeles, the South of France and his UK home in Surrey.

In Los Angeles, the exhibition "The Early Beatles Collection," featuring images taken by Astrid Kirchherr, runs at the Leica Gallery. Images include pictures taken during the filming of "A Hard Day's Night" in 1964 for Stern Magazine, as well as some of the images she took of the musicians during their Hamburg, Germany, period in 1960.

Paul performs in concert at the American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX (2014 Out There World Tour).

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