Monday, July 14, 2014

Today in Beatles History (14 Jul)



1961
Welcome to the Beatles at the Cavern Club. First performance at the Cavern after the return from Hamburg.

1964
Brian resigns his directorship with I. Epstein & Sons (Liverpool) Limited.

Studio 2, Broadcasting House, London. 7.00-11.00pm.
Recording for BBC's 'Top Gear': 'Long Tall Sally'; 'Things We Said Today'; 'A Hard Day's Night'; 'And I Love Her'; 'I Should Have Known Better'; 'If I Fell'; 'You Can't Do That'. 'I Should have Known Better' is the commercially released version.

1965
Palace Theatre, Watford, Hertfordshire. Paul attends to see Jane Asher perform.

1966
'Revolver' goes to the disc cutting room. George Martin phones Geoff Emerick, telling him to replace remix 11 of 'Tomorrow Never Knows', marked 'best', by the original best, remix 8.

US gold certification for 'Paperback Writer'/'Rain'.

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