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Old Sep 06, 2002, 07:03 PM   #61
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September 6

1933
Wilson Road Synagogue, Sheffield. Marriage of Queenie Hyman and Harry Epstein.

1961
Performance at the Cavern, with Sandon and the Searchers, and Ian and the Zodiacs.

1962
Performance at the Riverpark Ballroom, Chester.

The "Mersey Beat" publishes the article "On Safari With Whide Hunter", written by John, under the pseudonym Beatcomber.

1963
UK EP release: "The Beatles' Hits".

Concert at the Odeon, Luton.

"The Beatles Christmas Show" is announced.

Brian signs his first girl singer, Cilla Black. At his home, 380 Scotland Road, Liverpool, her father is convinced by Brian of the convenience of her changing her artistic surname to "Black".

1964
Concert at the Olympia Stadium, Detroit.

1965
Brian announces he has signed the Moody Blues to a management and agency contract with NEMS Enterprises.

US release of orchestral Help! LP, by George Martin.

Duke of York's Theatre, London. Paul sees the play "The Killing Of Sister George".

1967
Studio 2. 7.00pm-3.00am. Recording: "I Am The Walrus" (tape reduction take 16 into take 17, overdub onto take 17). Mono mixing: "I Am The Walrus" (remixes 1-4, from take 17). Recording: "The Fool On The Hill" (take 1); "Blue Jay Way" (take 1). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Ken Scott.

Remix of "I Am The Walrus" for cutting acetates. Recording of "The Fool On The Hill" demos (only Paul and his piano), and rythm track of "Blue Jay Way".

1968
UK single releases: "Sour Milk Sea", with Jackie Lomax, and "Thingumybob", with the Black Dike Mills Band.

Studio 2. 7.00pm-2.00am. Recording: "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (overdub onto take 25). Producer: not assigned; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.

Recording of Eric Clapton's guitar solo for "While My Guitar Gently Weeps". First session of Chris Thomas as producer, due to Martin's vacations.

1969
"Give Peace A Chance", 9th and last week in the Top 28 (Billboard).

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

1986
"Twist and Shout", 2nd week in the Top 40 (Billboard).

1993
Paul concert at the Stadthalle, Vienna (The New World Tour).

1997
Photographic exhibition of Linda at the Museum of the City of San Francisco.

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September 7

1961
Performance at the Cavern. No other acts.

1963
"Please Please Me" LP number 1, 18th week (UK Record Retailer chart).

Concert at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon, Surrey.

Broadcast of ABC-TV's "Big Night Out", with performance recorded 1 September 1963.

The Playhouse Theatre, London. 1.00-4.00pm. Recording for BBC's "Saturday Club": "I Saw Her Standing There"; "Memphis, Tennessee"; "Happy Birthday Saturday Club"; "I'll Get You"; "She Loves You"; "Lucille".

Recording for the 5th anniversary edition of "Saturday Club".

1964
Concert at the Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto.

1965
Brian attends an evening at the Finchley Jewish Youth Club, presenting various cups and trophies.

1966
"Yellow Submarine", 5th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

"Eleanor Rigby", 5th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1967
Studio 2. 7.00pm-3.15am. Recording: "Blue Jay Way" (tape reduction take 1 into take 2, overdub onto take 2, tape reduction take 2 into take 3, overdub onto take 3). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Peter Vince; 2nd Engineer: Ken Scott.

1968
"Hey Jude", 2nd week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

1976
George is found guilty of unconscious plagiarism of "He's So Fine" on "My Sweet Lord", and given a fine of 587,000 dollars for damages.

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

1995
UK LP release: Help!, charity album to raise money for War Child, British organization working in Mostar, Bosnia.

1997
Derek Taylor dies at his home in Suffolk, England, of cancer of the esophagus.

Photographic exhibition of Linda at the Museum of the City of San Francisco.

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September 8

1962
Performance at the Majestic Ballroom, Birkenhead.

1963
Concert at the ABC Theatre, Blackpool.

1964
Concert at the Forum, Montreal.

Evening: Tele-recording of the final of the Rediffusion Television's "Ready Steady Win!" contest. On the panel are Bill Haley, Brian Matthew and Georgia Brown. Brian is the chairman of the panel.

1965
"Help!" single, 7th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1967
Studio 3. 7.00pm-2.45am. Recording: "Aerial Tour Instrumental" (working title of "Flying") (takes 1-6, tape reduction take 6 into takes 7, 8, overdub onto take 8). Mono mixing: "Aerial Tour Instrumental" (working title of "Flying") (remixes 1-4, from take 8). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush.

1st Beatles instrumental theme released for EMI. 1st theme credited to all Beatles. Last session of uninterrupted work of Geoff Emerick as Beatles' balance engineer.

An official report states that Brian's death was accidental, due to accumulation of bromide contained in a drug known as Carbitral.

1968
Performance on the David Frost TV show, "Frost On Sunday", singing "Hey Jude" (filmed 4 September 1968).

1969
Start of Ringo's stay for observation at the Middlesex Hospital, London.

1973
"Live And Let Die", 8th week in the Top 40 (Billboard).

1974
Final date for John to leave the US, as ordered by the US Immigration Service.

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

1997
Photographic exhibition of Linda at the Museum of the City of San Francisco.

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Today was also the day when, in 1966,John had his hair shorn in preparation for his role as Gripweed in How I Won The War. The newspapers proclaimed that a Beatle had actually gotten a haircut!

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September 9

1946
Billy Preston is born in Houston, Texas.

1962
Performance at the Cavern, with Billy Kramer and the Coasters, and Clinton Ford.

1964
"A Hard Day's Night" single, 9th week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

UK single release: "I Don't Want To See You Again"/"I Would Buy You Presents" by Peter and Gordon.

1965
Broadcasting of a performance recorded for the Ed Sullivan Show.

1966
"Eleanor Rigby", number 1.

1967
"All You Need Is Love", 7th week in the Top 40 (Billboard).

1968
Studio 2. 7.00pm-2.30am. Recording: "Helter Skelter" [re-make] (takes 4-21). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.

Released version. A session with out-of-control Beatles.

1971
US LP release: Imagine.

1975
Wings concert the Gaumont, Southampton. Start of 13-month Wings world tour.

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

1993
Paul Concert at the Olympiahalle, Munich (The New World Tour).

1997
Photographic exhibition of Linda at the Museum of the City of San Francisco.

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September 10

1939
Cynthia Powell is born in Blackpool.

1950
Brian starts working at his family furniture store, I. Epstein & Sons, Walton Road, Liverpool.

1962
Performance at the Queen's Hall, Widnes, along with Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, Geoff Stacey and the Wanderers.

1963
Savoy Hotel. Luncheon hosted by the Variety Club Of Great Britain. The Beatles are awarded "Best Vocal Disc Of The Year" ("From Me To You"), as voted by readers of "Melody Maker".

After the luncheon, the Beatles, Billy J. Kramer and Susan Maughan pose for photographers in Victoria Embankment Gardens, behind the Savoy.

Early afternoon. John and Paul go by taxi from the Savoy Hotel to their apartment (57 Green Street). While riding down Jermyn Street, they see Andrew Oldham, who invites them to see the Rolling Stones.

Afternoon. the rolling Stones rehearse at the Ken Colyer Club. John, Paul and Andrew Oldham attend. John and Paul offer "I Wanna Be Your Man" to them.

The "Daily Mirror" publishes the first long interview to the Beatles.

5.00-5.29pm. BBC's "Pop Go The Beatles" broadcast (recorded 3 September 1963, 2.00-4.30pm).

1965
It is reported that Brian is handling negotiations for the British screenings of "The Beatles", US television cartoon series.

1966
"Yellow Submarine", 5th week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

Yesterday... And Today, 12th week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

1968
Studio 2. 7.00pm-3.00am. Recording: "Helter Skelter" (overdub onto take 21). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.

1969
Two films produced by John and Yoko are exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London: "Rape" and "Self-Portrait".

During the evening (7.00pm-about 12.00pm), two people sit on stage shrouded in a white bag.

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

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September 11

1962
Studio 2. 10.00am-1.00pm. Recording: "P.S. I Love You" (takes 1-10); "Love Me Do" [re-make] (takes 1-18); "Please Please Me" (takes unknown). Mono mixing: "P.S. I Love You" (from take 10); "Love Me Do" (from take 18). Producer: Ron Richards; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: unknown.

End of sessions for the first single. Andy White on drums.

1963
Studio 2. 2.30-6.00pm. Recording: "I Wanna Be Your Man" (take 1); "Little Child" (takes 1-2); "All I've Got To Do" (takes 1-15).
Studio 2. 7.00-10.15pm. Recording: "Not A Second Time" (takes 1-9); "Don't Bother Me" (takes 1-7). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Richard Langham.

"She Loves You" number 1, 2nd week (UK New Musical Express chart).

Please Please Me LP, 25th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1964
Concert at the Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

In Jacksonville, the Beatles demand that the audience would not be colour segregated, as authorities intended.

UK single release: "One Way Love", 1st single of Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers since Brian became their manager.

Release of the Moody Blues first single.

UK single release: "I Don't Want To See You Again", with Peter & Gordon.

Harrisongs is incorporated.

1965
"Help!" single number 1, 2nd week (Billboard).

1967
10.45am. The "Magical Mystery Tour" bus leaves from Allsop Place, London. Start of the Magical Mystery Tour. The bus visits Somerset, Cornualles; Devon; West Mailing Airport, Kent.

Day of the eventual end of Brian's stay at the Waldorf Towers, New York, during his planned trip to North America. (The alternative was 12 September.)

"All You Need Is Love", number 1 (Billboard).

US Gold certification for "All You Need Is Love"/"Baby You're A Rich Man".

1968
Studio 2. 7.00pm-3.30am. Recording: "Glass Onion" (takes 1-34). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.

"Hey Jude", number 1 (UK Record Retailer chart).

1969
Studio 3 (control room only). 2.30-5.30pm. Stereo mixing: "What's The New Mary Jane" (remixes 1-3, from take 4). Tape copying: "What's The New Mary Jane" (of stereo remixes 1-3). Producer: Malcolm Davies; Engineer: Tony Clark; 2nd Engineer: Chris Blair.

Copies of "What's The New Mary Jane" for John, to refresh his memory, in order to release it as a POB single.

End of Ringo's stay for observation at the Middlesex Hospital, London.

1983
Studio 2. End of the show "The Beatles at Abbey Road", 3 times in the day, while the upstairs control room is being equipped with a new recording console.

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September 12

1963
Studio 2. 2.30-6.30pm. Recording: Messages To Australia (takes 1-4); "Hold Me Tight" [re-make] (takes 20-29). Studio 2. 7.00-11.30pm. Recording: "Don't Bother Me" [re-make] (takes 10-19); "Little Child" (takes 3-18); "I Wanna Be Your Man" (takes 2-7). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Richard Langham.

1964
A Hard Day's Night LP number 1, 8th week (UK Record Retailer chart).

Concert at the Boston Garden, Boston.

1965
Broadcast of a performance for the Ed Sullivan Show, recorded 15 August 1965.

1966
US Gold certification for "Yellow Submarine"/"Eleanor Rigby".

1967
Date for the end of Brian's stay at the Waldorf Towers, New York, during his planned trip to North America (alternative day: 11 September).

On their journey north, the "Magical Mystery Tour" convoy causes traffic jams. John rips off the posters from the sides of the bus.

1968
Studio 2. 8.30pm-1.30am. Recording: "Glass Onion" (overdub onto take 33). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.

1969
John accepts to participate in the Toronto Peace Festival.

1977
Avenue Clinic, London. James Louis McCartney is born.

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September 13

1961
Performance at the Cavern, with The Remo Four, and the Pressman.

1963
Concert at the Public Hall, Preston.

1964
Concert at the Civic Center, Baltimore.

NEMS Enterprises Limited buys a controlling stake in the "Mersey Beat".

1965
8.00am. Zak Starkey is born, at the Queen Charlotte's Maternity Hospital, Hammersmith, London.

US single release: "Yesterday"/"Act Naturally".

1966
"Star Scene '66", Brian's promotion tour, is cancelled.

The "Melody Maker" editor signs the certificate of the Beatles as winners in the 1966 poll in British and International Sections of the magazine.

1968
Studio 2. 8.00pm-1.45am. Recording: "Glass Onion" (overdub onto take 33). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.

US Gold certification for "Hey Jude"/"Revolution".

The Beatles appear on cover of magazine "Life", under the headline: "The Days In The Lives Of The Beatles".

1969
Trip of the Plastic Ono Band to Toronto.

Rock and Roll Festival at the Varsity Stadium, Toronto. Filmed.

1971
Stella Nina McCartney is born at the King's College Hospital, London.

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September 14

1961
Performance at the Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool.

1963
Please Please Me LP number 1, 19th week (UK Record Retailer chart).

Marriage of Clive John Epstein and Barbara Mattison, at the Greenbank Drive Synagogue, Liverpool. Brian is best man.

Concert at the Memorial Hall, Nantwich.

1964
Concert at the Civic Arena, Pittsburgh.

Brian returns to the USA, to attend the end of the Beatles' tour.

It is announced that Brian will soon record his first LP, with readings from "A Cellarful Of Noise".

The press informs that a Beatles record and some other contemporary objects currently in fashion will be buried under the New York Universal Exposition for future civilizations.

1966
George and Pattie fly to India, on vacation.

"Yellow Submarine", 6th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

"Eleanor Rigby", 6th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1968
"Hey Jude", 3rd week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

Tony Palmer produces the TV programme "All My Loving" for the BBC, with interviews and performances of the Beatles.

1979
Performance of Paul, Wings, Crickets (Jerry Allison, Joe B. Mauldin, Sonny Curtis), Albert Lee, Bob Montgomery, Rick Gretch, Don Everly, in London, for the Buddy Holly Week.

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Here are a couple more:


1961
John Lennon's new column "Around and About" began appearing in "Mersey Beat", under the pseudonym "Beatcomber".


1964 - US release of interview LP "Hear The Beatles Tell All" (VeeJay). Jim Steck interviews John Lennon; Dave Hull interviews all of The Beatles.

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September 15

1961
Lunch time: Performance at the Cavern.

1963
Concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London, topping the bill for "Great Pop Prom".

1964
Concert at the Public Auditorium, Cleveland.

Inspector Carl Bear, of the Cleveland Police Department, holds the group for 15 minutes at the backstage of the Cleveland Public Auditorium, until fans calm down.

1965
"Help!" single, 8th and last week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1967
End of shootings of "Magical Mystery Tour".

1972
UK LP release: Some Time In New York City.

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September 16

1963
US single release: "She Loves You"/"I'll Get You".

Start of Beatles' vacations.

1964
"A Hard Day's Night" single, 10th week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

Concert at the City Park Stadium, New Orleans.

1965
US Gold certification for "Eight Days A Week"/"I Don't Want To Spoil The Party".

1967
Studio 3. 7.00pm-3.45pm. Recording: "Your Mother Should Know" [re-make] (takes 20-30). Mono mixing: "Blue Jay Way" (remix 1, from take 3). Tape copying: "I Am The Walrus" (of remix mono 4); "Blue Jay Way" (of remix mono 1). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Jeff Jarratt.

Remixes for Gavrik Losey. Visit at the studio: Gavrik Losey, assistant of "Magical Mystery Tour" producer, Denis O'Dell. First session with Ken Scott as balance engineer.

1968
Studio 2. 7.00pm-3.00am. Recording: "I Will" (takes 1-67). Tape copying: "I Will" (of take 65 into take 68). Recording: "Glass Onion" (overdub onto take 33). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Mike Sheady.

Between takes of "I Will", recording of various ad-libs by Paul, among them "Can you take me back..." For "Glass Onion", recording of notes from a recorder, for parody to "The Fool On The Hill".

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September 17

1962
Single release: "Anna (Go To Him)", with Arthur Alexandre.

Performance at the Queen's Hall, Widnes, with Billy Kramer with the Coasters, and the Vikings.

1963
5.00-5.29pm. BBC's "Pop Go The Beatles" broadcast (recorded 3 September 1963 5.00-7.30pm).

Concert at the Queen's Theatre, Blackpool.

1964
Concert at the Municipal Stadium, Kansas City.

1965
UK single release: "That Means A Lot", with P. J. Proby.

1966
"Yellow Submarine", 6th week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

Yesterday'... And Today, 13th and last week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

1967
Approximate date of Brian's trip from Toronto to California, according to his planned itinerary.

1968
Studio 2. 7.00pm-5.00am. Mono mixing: "Helter Skelter" (remix 1, from take 21). Recording: "I Will" (overdub onto take 68). Tape copying: "Cry Baby Cry" (of take 12 into take 13). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Mike Sheady.

Copy of "Cry Baby Cry" for future use in 8-track tapes, never done.

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September 18

1963
Epstein affirms he has no intention of selling, after rumors that he has received bids for the agency side of NEMS Enterprises.

"She Loves You" number 1, 3rd week (UK New Musical Express chart).

Please Please Me LP, 26th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1964
Concert at the Memorial Coliseum, Dallas. An anonymous call to the police announces there is a bomb on the Beatles' plane. False alarm.

1965
The Beatles take a rest in a rented mansion at Bel Air.

"Help!" single number 1, 3rd and last week (Billboard).

1967
Shooting of striptease scene of "Magical Mystery Tour" at Raymond Revuebar, 11 Walker's Court, London.

John and Neil Aspinall leave from Paris to Spain.

1968
Studio 2. 5.00pm-4.30am. Recording: "Birthday" (takes 1-20). Tape copying: "Birthday" (of take 20 into takes 21, 22). Recording: "Birthday" (overdub onto take 22). Mono mixing: "Birthday" (remix 1, from take 22). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Mike Sheady.

By 8.30pm, the rythm track is ready.

9.05-10.40pm. "The Hollywood Musical" TV series: First broadcast on British TV of "The Girl Can't Help It" (1956), classical rock and roll film. The Beatles take a break during the session to watch it.

4.30-5.00am. Mono mixing: "Birthday".

Visit at the studio: Pattie Harrison.

1978
Beginning of period (extended until 17 October) booked by Ringo at Compass Point Studios, Bahamas. Not used.

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September 19

1934
Brian Epstein is born in a private nursery house, 4 Rodney Street, Liverpool.

1956
Brian has a private test with John Fernald, the Director, and is admitted to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.

1961
Lunch time: Performance at the Cavern.

1964
Brian celebrates his 30th birthday on a plane over Houston, Texas.

The Beatles spend the week end at millionaire Reed Pigman's farm in Alton, Missouri.

A Hard Day's Night LP number 1, 9th week (UK Record Retailer chart).

John gives his permission for his drawing "The Fat Budgie" to be printed on Christmas cards.

1966
Presentation of prizes of "Melody Maker". The Beatles have been voted British & International Sections in the 1966 Poll. Ringo and Paul attend.

1968
Studios 1, 2. 7.15pm-5.30am. Recording: "Piggies" (takes 1-11). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Mike Sheady.

BBC-TV's "Top Of The Pops" broadcasts a documentary about the recording of "Revolution".

1969
ATV obtains the 50 % of the shares of Northern Songs Ltd.

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September 20

1961
Afternoon: Performance at the Cavern, with Karl Terry and the Cruisers, and The Zombies.

1964
Charity concert at the Paramount Theatre, New York.
Performance for the Ed Sullivan Show.
End of the North American tour.

1967
Cilla Black's vacations due to end this day.

1968
Studio 2. 7.00-11.00pm. Tape copying: "Piggies" (of take 11 into take 12). Recording: "Piggies" (overdub onto take 12). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Mike Sheady.

Copy of "Piggies" from 4- to 8-track tapes. Recording of vocals and pigs' sounds for "Piggies".

1971
US LP release: "Fly".

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September 21

1961
Lunch time: Performance at the Cavern. Performance at the Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool.

1963
Please Please Me LP number 1, 20th week (UK Record Retailer chart).

1964
The Beatles and Brian fly back to England from the US.

US single release: "I Don't Want To See You Again", with Peter and Gordon.

1965
A show called "Brian Epstein's Evening of Popular Music" is presented at the Commonwealth Arts Festival, Royal Festival Hall, London. The Moody Blues are in the bill, being their first major engagement since Brian is their manager. The concert is presented as "Pop From Britain". The compere is Brian Matthew.

1966
"Yellow Submarine", 7th and last week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

"Eleanor Rigby", 7th and last week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1968
"Hey Jude", 4th week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

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September 22

1962
Performance at the Majestic Ballroom, Birkenhead.

1965
"Help!" single, 9th week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1967
The "Time" magazine cover features a drawing by Gerard Scarfe titled "The Beatles/Their new incarnation".

Town Newsagency Limited. Filming for "Magical Mystery Tour": Ringo buying tickets from John.

1969
Broadcast of WBCN "Get Back" reference acetate.

A tape of the Beatles playing "The Ballad Of John And Yoko" is shown on the programme "Music Scene".

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September 23

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

1964
US single release: "Bad To Me", with Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas.

"A Hard Day's Night" single, 11th and last week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1968
Studio 2. 7.00pm-3.00am. Recording: "Happiness Is A Warm Gun In Your Hand" (working title of "Happiness Is A Warm Gun") (takes 1-45). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Mike Sheady.
Recording of rythm track of "Happiness Is A Warm Gun".

1974
US single release: "Whatever Gets You Thru The Night"/"Beef Jerky".

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