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Today in Beatles History

October 29

1963
Concert in Eskilstuna.
End of first European tour (Sweden).

Epstein accepts the production of the first Beatle film.

Studio 3. 10.00am-1.00pm. Stereo mixing: 'It Won't Be Long' (from edit of takes 17, 21); 'All I've Got To Do' (from take 15); 'All My Loving' (from take 14); 'Don't Bother Me' (from take 15); 'Little Child' (from take 21); 'Till There Was You' (from take 8); 'Please Please Me' (from take 9); 'Roll Over Beethoven' (from edit of takes 7, 8); 'Hold Me Tight' (from edit of takes 26, 29); 'You Really Got A Hold On Me' (from edit of takes 7, 10, 11); 'I Wanna Be Your Man' (from take 16); 'Devil In Her Heart' (from take 6); 'Not A Second Time' (from take 9); 'Money (That's What I Want)' (from edit of takes 6, 7). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Geoff Emerick and B. T. [Full name unknown.]

1964
18.15, 20.30. Concerts at the ABC Theatre, Plymouth.

1965
Studio 2. 2.00-4.00pm. Recording: 'We Can Work It Out' (overdub onto take 2).
Studio 2 (control room only). 4.00-5.00pm. Mono mixing: 'We Can Work It Out' (remixes 2, 3, from take 2); 'Day Tripper' (remixes 2, 3, from take 3). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Ken Scott.
Remixes, one for the single, other for Granada Television.

1966
The Brian Epstein Trophy for drama and public speaking is presented by him at the Finchley Jewish Youth Club.

''Yesterday'... And Today', 19th week in the Top 100 (Billboard).

1967
Morning. Acanthus Road, Clapham, Battersea, London. Shooting of 'Magical Mystery Tour' sequence, on which Ringo and Auntie Jessie go up a street to board the 'Magical Mystery Tour' bus.

1968
Studio 3 (control room only). 10.00am-1.00pm. Stereo mixing: 'Hey Bulldog' (remixes 1-6, from take 58); 'All Together Now' (remix 1, from take 9); 'All You Need Is Love' (remixes 1-6, from take 58); 'Only A Northern Song' (remix 1, from remix mono 6). Producer: not assigned; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Graham Kirkby.
Remixes for 'Yellow Submarine'. End of sessions for 'Yellow Submarine'.

1969
The 'Rat Magazine' publishes the 'Paul is dead' theory.

1971
UK single release: 'Mrs. Lennon'/'Midsummer New York'.

1973
US LP release: 'Mind Games'.
US single release: 'Mind Games'/'Meat City'.

1988
5th episode of a BBC series, essentially based on 'The Beatles At The Beeb' collection.


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

Data last updated November 4, 2018.



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