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Default 345 - December 10

December 10

Afternoon: Meeting of the Beatles and Brian, at the Casbah Coffee Club.

Performance at Hambleton Hall, Huyton in Liverpool.

Concert at the Embassy Theatre, Peterborough, with Frank Ifield, Julie Grant and Ted Taylor.

Concert at the Gaumont, Doncaster ("The Beatles Autumn Tour").


"I Feel Fine" number 1 (UK Record Retailer).
"I Feel Fine" number 1, 2nd week (UK Mersey Beat).

Australian EP release: "Extracts From The Film A Hard Day's Night" (Parlophone GEPO 8920).

UK gold certification for "I Feel Fine".

Evening: two performances at the Hammersmith Odeon.

"You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" by The Silkie number 30 (Dutch Top 40).


Yesterday... And Today, 25th week in the Top 200 (US Billboard).

Date planned for the end of Saville Theatre autumn session.

InterTel (VTR Services) Limited, Wembley, Middlesex. John and Yoko rehearse for "Rock And roll Circus".

"Kenwood" is put up for sale. [11 December?]

Ringo appears on the TV program "Late Night Line Up".

John and Yoko announce a plan of producing a film called "A6" about a murder, revealing their intention to make public the case of James Hanratty.

Delaney & Bonnie & Friends concert at the Falkoner Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark.

At the Kolnischer Kunstverein in Cologne, West Germany, the exhibition of Yoko's work "Happening And Fluxus" is shown.

In England, the BBC1 program "Top Of The Pops" features George's album All Things Must Pass.

John and Yoko perform at the Chrysler Arena, Ann Arbor, Michigan, for the radical activist John Sinclair.

John donates 1,000 to the American "underground" magazine "International Times".

George performs in concert (2 shows) at the Garden, Boston, Massachusetts ("North American Tour").


UK & US album release: Wings Over America (Parlophone PCSP 720 [UK] and Capitol SWCO 11593 [US]).


"Mull Of Kintyre" number 1, 2nd week (UK British Market Research Bureau).
"Mull Of Kintyre" number 1 (Irish Singles Chart).

Love Songs number 54 (US Billboard).

Additional recording sessions for London Town LP, at Abbey Road Studios.

At the BBC TV Theatre in London, Wings record an appearance for the BBC1 show "The Mike Yarwood Christmas Show".

Wings perform in concert at the Empire Pool, Wembley, England ("Wings UK Tour").

A letter signed by Yoko and Sean is published in the newspapers. John's body is cremated.

In Liverpool, the "Liverpool Echo" begins publishing the series "The Magic Of John Lennon".


"Say Say Say" number 1, 1st week (US Billboard).
"Say Say Say" number 1 (US Cashbox).
"Say Say Say" number 1 (Hitkrant Europarade).

Ringo records the narration for 26 more episodes of "Thomas The Tank Engine And Friends".

In Los Angeles, the Linda exhibition "Photographs" is displayed at the Molly Barnes Gallery.

In the US, the BBC program featuring George's appearance at the Heartbeat '86 Concert premieres on American TV.

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

In the UK on BBC Radio Two, the eleventh episode of the weekly series "The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes", essentially based on "The Beatles At The Beeb" collection, is transmitted.

In Los Angeles, George and the Traveling Wilburys shoot the promo video for the song "End Of The Line".

In the US, at the 1990 "Billboard" Awards, Paul is awarded for the highest grossing concert act in the US for the year.

George and Eric Clapton perform in concert at Osaka Castle Hall, Osaka ("Tour Of Japan").

In the US, the CBS TV program "Entertainment Tonight" features a report on George's law suit against "The Globe".

In London, the exhibition by Bob Whittaker, accompaning his book "The Unseen Beatles", is on display at the Photographer's Gallery in Great Newport Gallery.

In the US, the Disney Channel airs its "Eight Days A Week Tribute To The Beatles".

Paul and George have a brief meeting in California.

In California, Linda appears live on the talk show "Vicki!", promoting her book "Sixties".

The Paramount Television program "Entertainment Tonight" airs a feature on George.

At the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, Paul returns to the studio the Beatles performed at back in 1964. Paul and his band record a concert appearance for the MTV music series "Up Close".

By 4:00pm. Paul arrives at the River Plate Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, for a soundcheck.

Paul performs in concert at Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires, Argentina ("1993 New World Tour").


The Beatles - Live At The BBC debuts at number 1 (UK Official UK Charts Company).


Anthology 1 number 1, 2nd and last week (Australian ARIA).

"Free As A Bird" debuts at number 2 (UK Official UK Charts Company).

In the UK, the third part of "The Beatles Anthology" is broadcast.

At the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, Yoko's art exhibition "Have You Seen The Horizon Lately" is on display.

At Christie's auction in London, a reel-to-reel tape recording of the Beatles' sound check, from August 21, 1963, sells for 25,300. Also sold for 5,195, was a set of autographs of five Beatles, John, Paul, George, Pete Best, and Stuart Sutcliffe.


1 number 1, 4th week (UK Official UK Charts Company).

The Beatles are listed as the fourth most successful act of all time in the UK, spending 1,749 weeks on the British singles and album charts. Paul is listed 20th and John is 66th.

Led Zeppelin played their first concert in 19 years, at London's 02 Arena as part of the Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert. Original band members Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones were joined on stage by Jason Bonham, the son of their late drummer John Bonham. A number of celebrities attended the gig including Paul McCartney, Jeff Beck, Brian May, Dave Grohl, David Gilmour, The Edge, Peter Gabriel and Mick Jagger.

Paul in concert at Bercy, Paris, France.

In an interview with Q magazine, Paul McCartney was asked if his marriage to Heather Mills was the worst mistake of his life. He replied "OK, yeah. I suppose that has to be the prime contender." The divorce settlement had cost McCartney 24m ($38.9m), plus annual payments for his daughter, Beatrice.

A copy of the Beatles' "Love Me Do" 1962 Demonstration Record sold for $17,339.31 during a 10-day eBay auction.

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