'She Loves You', 5th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart). 'Please Please Me' LP, 28th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).
Harold McMillan renounces his position as Prime Minister.
'A Cellarful Of Noise' is published in Britain.
Granville Theatre, Loondon. Rehearsal for a special British edition of the US TV show 'Shindig'.
Congresscentrum, Amsterdam: Grand Gala Du Disque, International Edison Awards ceremony. Brian receives the Edison Award on behalf of the Beatles for 'Beatles For Sale'.
Studio 2. 10.00pm-2.30am. Mono mixing: 'Your Mother Should Know' (remixes 21-25, from take 52). Recording: 'Hello Hello' (working title of 'Hello, Goodbye') (takes 1-14, tape reduction of take 14 into takes 15, 16). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Graham Kirkby.
Trident Studios. 4.00pm-3.30am. Recording: 'Honey Pie' (overdub onto take 1). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Barry Sheffield; 2nd Engineer: unknown.
Abbey Road, Room 4. 9.00-11.00am. Stereo mixing: 'Across The Universe' (remixes 1, 2, from take 8). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Jeff Jarratt; 2nd Engineer: Alan Parsons. Remix of 'Across The Universe' for 'No One's Gonna Change Our World'. Addition of sound effects, and speeding up of the tape.
John, in an interview, says that Apple is like a big black hole that takes all his benefits as an author and singer.
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