Cavern evening session: Zenith Six, the Beatles, Group One.
Evening: Performance on BBC-TV's 'Sunday Night at the London Palladium'.
[Some day between 7-13 October.] Strand Theatre, London. The Beatles see the play 'A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum'.
18.20 and 20.30. Performances at the ABC Theatre, Wigan,
EMI Studios. Brian records a record with readings from 'A Cellarful Of Noise'. Producer: George Martin.
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 Thatre, London. London debut concert of Mary Hopkin. Paul, Linda, Ringo and Maureen attend.
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