Thursday, July 31, 2014

Today In Beatles History (31 Jul)


Today is Thursday, July 31, 2014
Today in Beatles History

1966 - In Birmingham, AL, citizens burned Beatles albums and memorabilia. The incident arose from a John Lennon interview with Maureen Cleave in "Datebook" magazine.

1968 - The Beatles' Apple Boutique in London closed after heavy losses.

Manila Exposed (Behind the Scene)



Watch the behind the scenes action at this straight Pinoy porn shoot.
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Another behind the scenes video at a straight Pinoy porn shoot. 

 

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

FHM Philippines August 2014 (Beauty Gonzales)

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"I want people to see something in me," Beauty tells us. "Usually when people see me, they remember me as Beauty, yung matabang bisaya. Sana 'pag nakita nila ito, they can see that I have renewed beauty and talent to offer. I'm really thankful for this. I'm going to claim this. Something good will come out of this." Trust us, Beauty: People were definitely shocked when you flaunted your goods at the FHM 100 Sexiest Women Victory Party, we're pretty sure they're gonna jump on this one as well!

Aside from working with the former PBB standout, the many other awesome things we did in this month's issue include: conducted a massive sex survey for Pinoys, stocked up on our FIBA World Cup knowledge, looked around for the metro's filthiest restrooms, entered an internet-controlled house, and hooked you up with free Marian Rivera and Alice Dixson posters, just to name a few.

Our August 2014 issue hit supermarkets, newsstands, and bookstores everywhere today! You can score digital copies through the FHM and Buqo apps, Zinio, and the Summit Newsstand in a couple of days. But if you really can't wait to see what's inside our new issue, click here for the video teaserand here for our E-Mag preview!

Finally, hit the gallery below for a sneak peek at Beauty's FHM cover shoot! 





Today In Beatles History (30 Jul)




Today in Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Today in Beatles History
1963

Studio 2. 10.00am-1.30pm. Recording: 'Please Mister Postman' (takes 1-9); 'It Won't Be Long' (takes 1-10). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Richard Langham.
5.00-5.29pm. BBC's 'Pop Go The Beatles' broadcast (recorded 10 July 1963, 1.30-3.30pm).
The Playhouse Theatre, London. Much earlier than 5.30-6.30pm, the contracted time. Recording for BBC's 'Saturday Club': 'Long Tall Sally'; 'She Loves You'; 'Glad All Over'; 'Twist And Shout'; 'You Really Got A Hold On Me'; 'I'll Get You'.
Studio 2. 5.00-11.00pm. Recording: 'Money (That's What I Want)' (piano test, plus takes 8-14); 'Till There Was You' [re-make] (takes 4-8); 'Roll Over Beethoven' (takes 1-8); 'It Won't Be Long' (takes 11-23); 'All My Loving' (takes 1-14). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Richard Langham.
UK single release: 'Tip Of My Tongue', Tommy Quickly's debut.
1964
W. A. Wilson & Farquharson (Investments) Limited changes name to Harreen Limited, to reflect Harry and Queenie Epstein interests.
1965
Saville Theatre. Private rehearsal for a forthcoming TV appearance.
1966
Brian goes to Portmeirion village, North Wales, with George Martin, to recover from his glandular fever.
''Yesterday'... And Today', 6th week in the Top 30 (Billboard).
1968
Studio 2. 7.30pm-3.30am. Recording: 'Hey Jude' (takes 7-23, tape reduction take 23 into takes 24, 25). Stereo mixing: 'Hey Jude' (remix 1, from take 25). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.
Rehearsal for 'Hey Jude'.
During the session, a documental for the British National Music Council is filmed.

Public announcement of Apple stores closing.
1969
Studio 2 (control room only). 2.00-3.30pm. Recording: 'You Never Give Me Your Money' (tape reduction take 30 into takes 37-42). Studio 3. 3.30-10.30pm. Recording: 'Come Together' (overdub onto take 9); 'Polythene Pam'/'She Came In Through The Bathroom Window' (overdub onto take 40); 'You Never Give Me Your Money' (overdub onto take 40) ; 'Golden Slumbers'/'Carry That Weight' (overdub onto take 17). Studio 2 (control room only). 10.30pm-2.30am. Stereo mixing: 'You Never Give Me Your Money' (remix 1, from take 40); 'Sun King'/'Mean Mr Mustard' (remix 1, from take 35); 'Her Majesty' (remix 1, from take 3); 'Polythene Pam'/'She Came In Through The Bathroom Window' (remix 1, from take 40); 'Golden Slumbers'/'Carry That Weight' (remix 1, from take 17); 'Ending' (working title of 'The End') (remix 1, from take 7). Editing, crossfading and tape compilation: 'You Never Give Me Your Money'; 'Sun King'/'Mean Mr Mustard'; 'Her Majesty'; 'Polythene Pam'/'She Came In Through The Bathroom Window'; 'Golden Slumbers'/'Carry That Weight'; 'Ending' (working title of 'The End'). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: John Kurlander.
Rough compilation to judge the progress of the medley. Paul decides to eliminate 'Her Majesty'. The piece of tape is cut carelessly, leaving on it the end of 'Mean Mr Mustard' and missing the last chord of 'Her Majesty', but since this was just a rough mix, things went on. John Kurlander, second engineer for this session, disobeying Paul, conserved the tape, appending it to the end of the complete tape, but clearly apart from the rest, 15 seconds after 'The End'.
1983
Studio 2. Show 'The Beatles At Abbey Road' (3 times).

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Today In Beatles History (29 Jul)


1963
4pm. Washington Hotel, London. 32 photographs taken by 'Radio Times' photographer Don Smith in a bedroom.
Later, photo session with Marc Sharratt on the hotel roof, and individual photos (order: George, Ringo, John, Paul).

1964
Concert at the Ice Hockey Stadium, Stockholm. John and Paul suffer an electric discharge when they touch the microphones while playing 'Long Tall Sally'.

Brian resigns his directorship with NEMS Limited.

'A Hard Day's Night' single number 1, 3rd week (UK New Musical Express chart).
'With The Beatles', 36th week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1965
'Help!' premiere at the London Pavilion. The Beatles and Brian attend.
After, party at the Dorchester Hotel.

1966
US 'Datebook' magazine publishes John declarations on Christianism.

1968
Night: John and Yoko arrive at the Apple stores. Yoko takes various articles.

Studio 2. 8.30pm-4.00am. Recording: 'Hey Jude' (takes 1-6). Producer: not assigned; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: John Smith.
Rehearsal of 'Hey Jude'.
During 'Hey Jude' recording: filming for 'Experiment In Television'.

1969
Studio 3. 2.30-10.45pm. Recording: 'Come Together' (overdub onto take 9); 'Sun King'/'Mean Mr Mustard' (overdub onto take 35). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick/Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: John Kurlander.
Recording of guitar solo for 'Come Together'.

1983
Studio 2. Show 'The Beatles At Abbey Road' (3 times).

1990
Paul's concert in Chicago. End of 'Get Back' tour. 

Have a groovy vintage retro day!

Monday, July 28, 2014

Today In Beatles History (28 Jul)


Today is Monday, July 28, 2014

Today in Beatles History

1974 - The Strawberry Fields Forever Fan Club ended its first Beatle Convention in Boston, MA.

1987 - The Beatles sued Nike and Capitol Records over the use of their song "Revolution" in shoe commercials. 

Today In Beatles History (27 Jul)


Today is Sunday, July 27, 2014
Today in Beatles History

1976 - John Lennon finally had his request for permanent residency in the United States approved.

1992 - The Beatles album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" hit #6 in the U.K. 

Saturday, July 26, 2014

The Amazing Race 25 (Sneak Peek)




Phil gets the Race started!

THE AMAZING RACE began its milestone 25th trip around the world at 3:00 AM on Saturday, May 31, when the Emmy Award-winning series kicked off from Times Square in New York City. In Spring 2001, the teams who participated in the first season of RACE began their trek in Central Park. The 25th edition of the show will premiere this fall on a new day and time, Fridays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Pictured: Host Phil Keoghan 

Photo: John Paul Filo/CBS ©2014 CBS Broadcasting, Inc.


Today In Beatles History (26 Jul)

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July 26

1943 - Mick Jagger is born.
1961 - Performance at the Cavern, with The Four Jays and Remo Four.
1962 - Brian presents Joe Brown and his Bruvvers, heading a bill includingthe Beatles, at the Cambridge Hall, Southport.
1963 - UK single release: 'Bad To Me', with Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas.
1964 - Concert at the Opera House, Blackpool.
1967 - Brian returns to London from Liverpool. Brian has a meeting with psychiatrist Dr John Flood, from thePriory Hospital.
1968 -Night: Paul and John give the final touches to 'Hey Jude', at Paul'shome studio.Opening party of the Vesubio Club. Paul attends and plays anadvance pressing of 'Hey Jude'/'Revolution'.
1969 -'Get Back', 12th and last week in the Top 30 (Billboard).  'Give Peace A Chance', 3rd week in the Top 28 (Billboard).
1978 -Sweet Silence Studio, Copenhagen, Denmark. Recording: eitherof: 'On The Rebound'; 'She's So In Love'; 'As Far As We Can Go'; 'OneWay Love Affair'. Producer: Russ Ballard; Engineer: David De Vore.
1983 -Studio 2. Show 'The Beatles At Abbey Road' (3 times).

Friday, July 25, 2014

Today In Beatles History (25 Jul)


Today is Friday, July 25, 2014

Today in Beatles History

1964 - The Beatles album "A Hard Day's Night" hit #1 in the U.S. and the U.K.

1967 - The Beatles and other U.K. rock groups urged the British government to legalize marijuana. Their comments were made in a London Times advertisement signed by all four of the Beatles.

1987 - The Beatles "All You Need Is Love" hit #47 in the U.K.

2002 - In Liverpool, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II attended the opening of a new terminal at John Lennon Airport.

2002 - In Liverpool, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II attended a showing of Paul McCartney's paintings at Walker Art Gallery. 

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Today In Beatles History (24 Jul)


1966 - All four Beatles and Brian Epstein signed a petition that called for the legalization of marijuana.

1971 - The Beatles' "Help!" hit #33 in the U.K.

1976 - The Beatles single "Back In The USSR" hit #19 in the U.K.

1976 - The Beatles single "Got To Get You Into My Life" hit #7 in the U.S.

1978 - The movie "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," starring Peter Frampton and the Bee Gees, opened in New York City, NY.

2001 - The 3 disc box set "Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band" was released.

2012 - The Beatles iTunes LP "Tomorrow Never Knows" was released for a limited time. 

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Today In Beatles History (23 Jul)


1964 - The Beatles participated in the charity event called "Night of a Hundred Stars." 



1965 - The Beatles single "Help!"/"I'm Down" was released in the United Kingdom. 

2001 - Paul McCartney proposed to Heather Mills. The marriage was planned to take place in 2002. 

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Today In Beatles History (22 Jul)

JULY 22
1967 - The Beatles song "All You Need Is Love" hit #1 in the U.K. 
1988 - The worldwide release of "The Beatles Decca Sessions" was prevented by lawyers working for the remaining Beatles and Yoko Ono. 

1997 - Yoko Ono's album "A Story" was released. 

2003 - John Lennon's album "Imagine" was released on a gold disc. 

Monday, July 21, 2014

FHM Philippines July 2014 (Rochelle Pangilinan)

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FHM Philippines' cover for July 2014 has Sexbomb dancer Rochelle Pangilinan posing unnaturally as if she's between posing afraid or about to hold a baseball bat and strike a swerving baseball towards her.

FHM Philippines' July issue, which comes with the #FHM100Sexiest supplement, is nowavailable in supermarkets, newsstands, and bookstores nationwide tomorrow! You can score digital copies a few days later on the Buqo and FHM apps, Zinio, and on the Summit Media Newsstand!

Sgt. Pepper's Cast

1. Sri Yukteswar (Indian Guru)
2. Aleister Crowley (black magician)
3. Mae West
4. Lenny Bruce
5. Stockhausen (modern German composer)
6. W.C. Fields
7. Carl Jung (psychologist)
8. Edgar Allen Poe
9. Fred Astaire
10. Merkin (American artist)
12. Huntz Hall (Bowery Boy)
13. Simon Rodia (creater of Watts Towers)
14. Bob Dylan
15. Aubrey Beardsly (Victorian artist)
16. Sir Robert Peel (Police pioneer)
17. Aldous Huxley (philosopher)
18. Dylan Thomas (Welsh poet)
19. Terry Southern (author)
20. Dion (American pop singer)
21. Tony Curtis
22. Wallace Berman (Los Angeles artist)
23. Tommy Handley (wartime comedian)
24. Marilyn Monroe
25. William Buroughs (author)
26. Mahavatar Babaji (Indian Guru)
27. Stan Laurel
28. Richard Lindner (New York artist)
     29. Oliver Hardy
30. Karl Marx
31. H.G. Wells
32. Paramhansa Yogananda (Indian Guru)
33. Stuart Sutcliffe
35. Max Muller
37. Marlon Brando
38. Tom Mix (cowboy film star)
39. Oscar Wilde
40. Tyrone Power
41. Larry Bell (modern painter)
42. Dr. Livingstone
43. Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan)
44. Stephen Crane (American writer)
45. Issy Bonn (comedian)
46. George Bernard Shaw
47. Albert Stubbins (Liverpool footballer)
49. Lahiri Mahasaya (Indian Guru)
50. Lewis Carol
51. Sonny Liston (boxer)
52 - 55. The Beatles (in wax)
57. Marlene Dietrich
58. Diana Dors
59. Shirley Temple
60. Bobby Breen (singing prodigy)
61. T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia)

Sgt. Pepper's by Jun Fukamachi


Japanese artist Jun Fukamachi released a now very rare electronic version of Sgt. Pepper's in 1977 on Japan's EMI Toshiba label. The cover is a reproduction of the original Sgt. Pepper's photo, except everyone is facing backwards, and the writing is mirror-image.

John Lennon Letter 3


Telegram to Ringo, May 1969

Today In Beatles History (21 Jul)


21 July 1961 - The Beatles performed a midday show at the Cavern Club. 

Sunday, July 20, 2014

John Lennon Letter 2


Postcard to Ringo, 1968 India

Today In Beatles History (20 Jul)


20 July 1964 - The Beatles single "And I Love Her"/"If I Fell" was released. 

John Lennon Letter


To Mrs. Harrison, circa 1960

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Typhoon Yolanda


Typhoon Haiyan, known asTyphoon Yolanda in the Philippines, was one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded, which devastated portions of Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines, on November 8, 2013.[1] It is the deadliest Philippine typhoon on record,[2] killing at least 6,300 people in that country alone.[3]Haiyan is also the strongest storm recorded at landfall, and unofficially the strongest typhoon ever recorded in terms of wind speed.[4] As of January 2014, bodies were still being found.[5]

The thirtieth named storm of the2013 Pacific typhoon season, Haiyan originated from an area of low pressure several hundred kilometers east-southeast ofPohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia on November 2, 2013. Tracking generally westward, environmental conditions favored tropical cyclogenesis and the system developed into a tropical depression the following day. After becoming a tropical storm and attaining the name Haiyan at 0000UTC on November 4, the system began a period of rapid intensification that brought it totyphoon intensity by 1800 UTC on November 5. By November 6, the Joint Typhoon Warning Centre (JTWC) assessed the system as a Category 5-equivalent super typhoon on the Saffir-Simpson hurricane wind scale; the storm passed over the island of Kayangel in Palau shortly after attaining this strength.

Typhoon Glenda

Typhoon Rammasun, in the Philippines Typhoon Glenda, is the ninth officially named storm and the third typhoon of theannual typhoon season. It is also the seventh storm of the season to be named by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA). Rammasun is a Siamese word forthunder god.[1] After Lingling and Kajiki earlier in 2014, Rammasun became the third tropical cyclone, and the first typhoon to directly impact the Philippines in 2014. The storm formed in theIntertropical Convergence Zone, an area near the equator where the northeast and southeast trade winds come together, and slowly drifted northwestwards. Having passed through the islands ofMicronesia, the system turned westwards and quickly progressed along its path under the influence of a subtropical ridge (STR). Rammasun posed a significant threat to the Philippine island of Luzon, as it was expected to reach typhoon intensity before making landfall there.[2] Though initially forecast to make landfall in Cagayan Valley, the storm followed a more westerly path and was later expected to make landfall in the Bicol region and then pass through Bataan and Zambales before brushing past Metro Manila.[3

Today in Beatles History (19 Jul)





19 July 1965 - The Beatles single "Help!"/"I'm Down" was released in the United States. 

Friday, July 18, 2014

Today in Beatles History (18 Jul)


1963
Studio 2. 7.00-10.45pm. Recording: 'You Really Got A Hold On Me' (takes 1-11); 'Money (That's What I Want)' (takes 1-7); 'Devil In Her Heart' (takes 1-6); 'Till There Was You' (takes 1-3). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Norman Smith; 2nd Engineer: Richard Langham.
First session for 'With The Beatles' LP.

1966
Epstein announces that Cilla Black is to co-star with Frankie Howerd in the review 'Way Out In Piccadilly'.

1968
Studio 2. 2.30-9.30pm. Recording: 'Cry Baby Cry' (overdub onto take 12).
Studio 2. 10.30pm-3.30am. Recording: 'Helter Skelter' (takes 1-3). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Ken Scott; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush.
Take 3 of 'Helter Skelter' lasted 27'11'', the longest Beatle recording ever. (It was not used for the released version.)

1969
Studio 3. 2.30-8.30pm. Recording: 'Oh! Darling' (overdub onto take 26); 'Octopus's Garden' (overdub onto take 32).
Studio 2 (control room only). 8.00-10.30pm. Mono mixing: 'Octopus's Garden' (remixes 1-7, from take 32). Stereo mixing: 'Octopus's Garden' (remixes 10-14, from take 32). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: Alan Parsons.
Recording of Paul's vocal trial for 'Oh! Darling'.

1970
'Live Peace In Toronto', 28th week in the ranking (Billboard).

1983
Studio 2. Start of the show 'The Beatles at Abbey Road', 3 times in the day, while the upstairs control room is being equipped with a new recording console. It runs until 11 September 1983. 

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Today in Beatles History (17 Jul)



1963
Epstein signs a contract for the Beatles to perform at the Olympia Theatre, Paris, in January 1964.

The Playhouse Theatre, London. 8.45-9.45pm. Recording for BBC's 'Easy Beat': 'I Saw Her Standing There'; 'A Shot Of Rythm And Blues'; 'There's A Place'; 'Twist And Shout'. Only live take of 'A Shot Of Rythm And Blues'.

'Please Please Me' LP, 17th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart).

1964
BBC Paris Studio, London. 2.45-6.15pm. Recording for BBC's 'From Us To You' (4th edition): 'From Us To You'; 'Long Tall Sally'; 'If I Fell'; 'I'm Happy Just To Dance With You'; 'Things We Said Today'; 'I Should Have Known Better'; 'Boys'; 'Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!'; 'A Hard Day's Night'; 'From Us To You'. Only live take of 'I'm Happy Just To Dance With You'.

UK single release: 'From A Window', with Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas.

1965
ABC-TV broadcasts a part of 'Help!'.

1967
US single release: 'All You Need is Love'/'Baby, You're A Rich Man'.

Harry Epstein dies, in Bournemouth. Clive, from Liverpool, calls Brian to Chapel Street.

1968
London Pavilion. 'Yellow Submarine' premiere. Ringo, Maureen, Paul, John, Yoko and George attend.
After the premiere, party at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, which named its new discoteque 'Yellow Submarine' for the event.

1969
Studio 3. 2.30-6.30pm. Recording: 'Oh! Darling' (overdub onto take 16).
Studio 2. 6.30-11.15pm. Recording: 'Octopus's Garden' (overdub onto take 32). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: Alan Parsons.
Recording of Paul's lead vocal trial for 'Oh! Darling' and vocals and sound effects for 'Octopus's Garden'.

1974
The US Immigration and Naturalization Service Board denies John's appeal and orders him to leave the country within sixty days or face deportation.

1995
Westwood One broadcasts 'Oobu Joobu', Part 10. 

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Today in Beatles History (16 Jul)



1963
BBC Paris Studios, London. 3.00-5.00pm. Recording for BBC's 'Pop Go The Beatles' (8th edition): 'Pop Goes The Beatles'; 'I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Cry (Over You)'; 'Crying, Waiting, Hoping'; 'Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!'; 'To Know Her Is To love Her'; 'The Honeymoon Song'; 'Twist And Shout'; 'Pop Goes The Beatles'. The only BBC recording of all these songs, except 'Kansas City/Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey!' and 'Twist And Shout'.

BBC Paris Studio, London. 6.00-8.30pm. Recording for BBC's 'Pop Go The Beatles' (9th edition): 'Pop Goes The Beatles'; 'Long Tall Sally'; 'Please Please Me'; 'She Loves You'; 'You Really Got A Hold On Me'; 'I'll Get You'; 'I Got A Woman'; 'Pop Goes The Beatles'. -- BBC Paris Studio, London. 8.45-10.50pm. Recording for BBC's 'Pop Go The Beatles' (10th edition): 'Pop Goes The Beatles'; 'She Loves You'; 'Words Of Love'; 'Glad All Over'; 'I Just Don't Understand'; 'Devil In Her Heart'; 'Slow Down'; 'Pop Goes The Beatles'.
'She Loves You' is the same version recorded earlier today (6.00-8.30pm session). Only take of 'I Just Don't Understand', and only BBC take of 'Slow Down'.

5.00-5.29pm. BBC's 'Pop Goes The Beatles' broadcast (2 July 1963 session, except '3 Cool Cats', 'Sweet Little Sixteen' and 'Ask Me Why').

1964
10.00-11.55pm. BBC's 'Top Gear' broadcast (session recorded 14 July 1964).

Appearance on BBC-radio's 'Brian Matthew Introduces...

1965
The plan by Brian Matthew and Brian Epstein to build a new theatre in Kent, the Pilgrim Theatre, comes to an end when the Estates Committee of Bromley Borough Council refuses to give planning permission.

1966
''Yesterday'... And Today', 4th week in the Top 30 (Billboard).

1968
Studio 2. 4.00-9.00pm. Recording: 'Cry Baby Cry' (takes 1-10, tape reduction take 10 into takes 11, 12). 10.00pm-2.00am. Recording: 'Cry Baby Cry' (overdub onto take 12). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Richard Lush. Last day of Geoff Emerick's work as Beatles engineer. He will not be back until the 'Abbey Road' sessions.

1969
Studio 3. 2.30-7.00pm. Recording: 'Here Comes The Sun' (overdub onto take 15)..
Studio 2. 7.00pm-12.30am. Recording: 'Something' (overdub onto take 36, tape reduction into takes 38, 39). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Phil McDonald; 2nd Engineer: Alan Parsons.

US gold certification for 'The Ballad Of John And Yoko'.