Category: Day in History

This day in Beatles history

26th April 1982 – Paul McCartney Releases ‘Tug of War’

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It was 36 years ago today – the release of Paul McCartney’s ‘Tug of War’ Album. I bought it on the day at Virgin in Oxford Street. On coming out

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April 24th – The Beatles in Pubs!

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1960 – John and Paul play as the Nerk Twins at the Fox and Hounds pub, Caversham, Berkshire. 1964 – the Beatles celebrate the completion of filming for A Hard

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April 20th 1964 – Paul McCartney films an unused Scene for A Hard Day’s Night

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April 20th 1964 – Filming: Paul McCartney’s unused scene in A Hard Day’s Night Paul McCartney filmed a solo sequence for The Beatles’ debut feature film A Hard Day’s Night on

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April 18th 1963 – Twist and Shout at the Royal Albert Hall!

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April 18th 1963. Yet another busy day for the Beatles. During the day, they do a photo session with Fiona Adams. One of the pics is selected as the cover

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March 5th 1963 – a Busy Day for the Beatles!

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March 5th 1963 was a very busy day for the Beatles. They first did a photo session with John Dove at EMI House in Manchester Square, and at Montague Place,

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11th February 1963 ‘Please Please Me’ in One Day

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On February 11th 1963, the Beatles recorded their debut album Please Please Me in one day! (Their second album took even longer :>) In an amazing recording session that lasted

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February 10th 1967 – The Beatles Record ‘A Day in the Life”

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February 10th 1967. The Beatles gather in Studio One, EMI Studios, Abbey Road, to record the orchestral overdub of ‘A Day in the Life. 40 musicians were asked to start

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February 9th – From the Cavern to Ed Sullivan to Wings

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February 9th was very much ‘A Day in the Life’ of the Beatles! On February 9th 1961, the Beatles first appeared at the Cavern Club in Liverpool. The Quarrymen had

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8th February 1964 – Ed Sullivan Eve

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Om 8th February 1964, the Beatles rehearsed for their historic appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. However, George was ill with flu, so Neil Aspinall filled in for this photo

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