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Today in Beatles History

June 24

1963
5.00-5.29pm. BBC's 'Side By Side' broadcast (recorded 4 July 1963).

The Playhouse Theatre, London. 5.30-6.30pm. Recording for BBC's 'Saturday Club'; 'I Got To Find My Baby'; 'Memphis, Tennessee'; 'Money (That's What I Want)'; 'Till There Was You'; 'From Me To You'; 'Roll Over Beethoven'.

1964
'With The Beatles', 31st week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

Concert in Auckland, New Zealand.

Broadcast of 'Let's Find Out', with appearance of Brian, recorded 20 May 1964.

1965
'A Spaniard In The Works' is published.

Morning. Press conference in Milan. 4.30pm, 9.30pm. Concert at the Velodromo Vigorelli, Milan, Italy.

An interview to John about 'A Spaniard In The Works' is broadcast on ITV's 'Today'.

1966
Marriage of George Martin and Judy.

Arrival in Munich. Start of tour of Germany. Concert at the Circus-Krone-Bau, Munich.
Hours before the concert, the police discovers a ticket falsification.

It is reported that Klaus Voormann may replace Jack Bruce in the group Manfred Mann.

1967
'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' LP number 8 in USA.

Alley to the left of Abbey Road Studios. Photographic session of the Beatles wearing sandwich boards, promoting 'All You Need Is Love'.

Studio 1. 5.00-8.00pm. Recording: 'All You Need Is Love' (takes 44-47 as overdub onto take 10). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush.

Late morning. Abbey Road studios are opened to over 100 reporters and photographers.
2.00-4.00pm. Recording for the BBC.
5.00-8.00pm. Today's session intended for orchestra overdub, due to the decision---taken this day--- of releasing 'All You Need Is Love' as a single.

1968
Start of George's sessions producing Jackie Lomax.


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Information for Today In Beatles History was compiled from various sources including data collected by Victor Munoz.

Data last updated January 27, 2016.



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