Percussionist Richard "Snax" Jaeger is born in San Diego, CA. He worked with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, The Pointer Sisters.
Lunchtime performance at the Cavern Club.
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.
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.
Please Please Me
LP, 25th week in the Top 10 (UK Record Retailer).
Concert at the Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Florida, USA.
In Jacksonville, the Beatles demand that the audience would not be color segregated, as authorities intended.
UK single release: "One Way Love", 1st single of Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers since Brian became their manager.
UK single release: "I Don't Want To See You Again"/"I Would Buy You Presents" (Columbia DB 7356), by Peter and Gordon.
Harrisongs is incorporated.
"Help!" single number 1, 2nd week (US Billboard).
"Help!" number 1, 3rd and last week (US Cashbox).
"Help!" number 1, 6th and last week (Dutch Top 40).
LP number 1 (US Billboard).
number 1, 5th week (UK Record Retailer).
"Help!"/"I'm Down" number 1, 5th week (Australia Kent Music Report).
number 1, 6th week (UK Record Retailer).
First day of filming for Magical Mystery Tour
around London, Hampshire, and Devon. 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 September 12.)
"All You Need Is Love", number 1 (US Billboard).
US Gold certification for "All You Need Is Love"/"Baby You're A Rich Man".
"Hey Jude", number 1 (UK Record Retailer).
Studio 2. 7:00pm-3:30am. Recording: "Glass Onion" (takes 1-34). Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.
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.
"Bangla-Desh" number 10 (UK Record Retailer).
"Bangla-Desh" number 10 (Dutch Top 40).
"Bangla Desh" number 23 (US Billboard).
Wings perform in concert at the Cardiff Capital ("Wings World Tour").
"Let 'Em In" number 26 (Dutch Top 40).
At Lympne Castle in Kent, recording sessions resume for Back To The Egg
At his Dakota apartment, John's interview with "Playboy" continues.
In London, Capitol Radio broadcasts a Beatles special featuring several of their biggest recordings on the program "Making Waves".
New York's Museum of Broadcasting showcase Beatles achieve clips documentary "The Beatles Early Days" and several other films from the museum's personal collection, including the "Ed Sullivan Show" appearances and excerpts from their Washington, D.C. concert on February 11, 1964.
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.
The "Art Of The Beatles" Exhibition, portraying 30 years of the group in the form of cartoons, paintings, photographs, album covers, lithographs and sculptures, continues.
In London, Paul and Linda host a luncheon for Buddy Holly Week.
The "Beatle City" exhibition runs at the West End marketplace in Dallas, Texas.
At the NFT (National Film Theatre) in London, a celebration honoring Handmade Films. All of Handmade films are shown from "Monty Python's Meaning Of Life" to the current release, "Track 29".
In London, Linda tapes her final scenes for "Bread", before a studio audience.
In the US, a feature on John is aired on the show "Entertainment Tonight".
In the US, George is featured on the ABC program "In Concert '92". His December 1991 concert in Japan is highlighted with the live tracks of "Taxman" and "Pigges".
Paul performs in concert at Earl's Court, London ("The New World Tour"). [Extra date added to tour]
During the afternoon sound check, three acoustic tracks are transmitted on Johnny Walker's BBC Radio One program.
Brian Eno's War Child charity album Help!
(PolyGram/Go! Discs PY 900) is released.
Capitol Records issue a press release stating that a new Beatles single will be released soon, first new song in 25 years.
Yoko releases a press statement announcing her feelings on the upcoming CD box set of John Lennon Anthology
Paul McCartney and Heather Mills are at JFK Airport when the terrorist attack of the World Trade Center towers happens. Paul begins to think of something to do for the people of New York and for America. From this tragedy, he wrote "Freedom".
BBC Four airs the program "The Beatles on Record".
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.
The exhibit Linda McCartney retrospective is displayed at the Kunst Haus Wien in Vienna, Austria. The new exhibition is the first comprehensive retrospective of Linda McCartney’s work featuring 190 of her iconic photographs.
Yoko's Half-A-Wind Show - A Retrospective is displayed at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, located north of Copenhagen, Denmark. It shows a major retrospective of well over a hundred works. The exhibition offers a rare opportunity to orient ourselves broadly in Yoko’s multifaceted artistic universe, pinpointing central themes of her career and demonstrating the diversity of media and disciplines with which she works.