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This day in Beatles History: September 18th
- 1963: ‘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).
- 1963: Epstein affirms he has no intention of selling, after rumors that he has received bids for the agency side of NEMS Enterprises.
- 1964: Concert at the Memorial Coliseum, Dallas. An anonymous call to the police announces there is a bomb on the Beatles’ plane. False alarm.
Departing, on the plane to Missouri:
- 1965: ‘Help!’ single number 1, 3rd and last week (Billboard).
- 1965: The Beatles take a rest in a rented mansion at Bel Air.
- 1966: John and Neil Aspinall leave from Paris to Spain.
- 1967: Shooting of striptease scene of ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ at Raymond Reveuebar, 11 Walker’s Court, London.
- 1968: Studio 2. 5:00pm-4:30am. Recording: ‘Birthday’. Mono mixing: ‘Birthday’. Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Mike Sheady. By 8:30pm, the rhythm track is ready. 9:05pm-10:40pm. ‘The Hollywood Musical’ TV series: First broadcast of 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’. Pattie Harrison visits the studio.
- 1978: Beginning of period (extended until 17 October) booked by Ringo at Compass Point Studios, Bahamas. Not used.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
This day in Beatles History: September 13th
- 1961: Performance at noontime at the Cavern Club. Evening: Performance with the Remo Four and the Pressman.
- 1963: Concert at the Public Hall, Preston.
- 1964: NEMS Enterprises Limited buys a controlling stake in the ‘Mersey Beat’.
- 1964: Concert at the Civic Center, Baltimore.
- 1965: 8:00am. Zak Starkey is born, at the Queen Charlotte’s Maternity Hospital, Hammersmith, London.
- 1965: US single release: ‘Yesterday’/’Act Naturally’.
- 1966: The ‘Melody Maker’ editor signs the certificate of the Beatles as winners in the 1966 poll in British and International Sections of the magazine.
- 1966: ‘Star Scene ‘66’, Brian’s promotion tour, is cancelled.
- 1967: George Harrison interview for the BBC Radio program ‘Scene and Heard’.
- 1968: US Gold certification for ‘Hey Jude’/’Revolution’.
- 1968: Studio 2. 8:00pm-1:45am. Recording: ‘Glass Onion’. Producer: Chris Thomas; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.
- 1968: 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. John and Yoko perform live with Eric Clapton, Klaus Voorman, and Alan White. Together, at this performance, the band records an Apple album later released as “The Plastic Ono Band - Live Peace in Toronto 1969”.
On the plane:
- 1971: Stella Nina McCartney is born at the King’s College Hospital, London.
- 1999: UK CD release: ‘Yellow Submarine’.