The first Beatles song, Love Me Do, was recorded at EMI Abbey Road
Studio 2 on September 11, 1962. The last time all
four Beatles gathered together in the studio where they made history was on
August 20, 1969, to supervise the Abbey Road mix and running order.
The last Beatles recording session, with John missing, was on January
3, 1970, to record I Me Mine.
The very first Beatles record, Love Me Do, was released in Great Britain
on October 5, 1962. The very last Beatles record, the Let It Be LP, was
released in America on May 18, 1970.
Between 1962 and 1970, the Beatles released
221 individual tracks on 19 albums in the US (14 in the UK) and 39 singles
(24 in the UK).
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