Performance at Aintree Institute in Aintree, Liverpool. 1962:
Performance at the Casbah Coffee Club1963:
Live: Plaza Ballroom, St Helens
This was The Beatles' fifth and final appearance at the Plaza Ballroom in St Helens, Lancashire. They had first performed there on 25 June 1962. This was the first time The Beatles were paid £100 for a performance. As an indication of how far they had come in less than a year, they were paid just £25 for their first show at the venue. Beatles Bible1964:
Mixing: I Call Your Namehttp://www.beatlesbible.com/1964/03/04/mixing-i-call-your-name/1964:
`Please Please Me' LP, 50th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express chart). `With The Beatles' number 1, 15th week (UK New Musical Express chart). 1964:
Filming: A Hard Day's Night
As on the previous day, The Beatles travelled between Acton, in west London, and Minehead in the west of England, filming more of the train sequences in their debut film A Hard Day's Night. The train stopped briefly at Crowcombe Heathfield Station in Somerset, where The Beatles ran and cycled alongside the slow-moving train to taunt a fellow passenger, played by Richard Vernon. BeatlesBible
Filming: Help!, the Bahamas
This was the last day of filming on Victoria Beach, Rose Island in the Bahamas, for Help!, The Beatles' second feature film. BeatlesBible1966:
UK EP release: `Yesterday'
John Lennon Interview: London Evening Standard, "More Popular Than Jesus" 3/4/1966:http://www.beatlesinterviews.org/db1966.0304-beatles-john-lennon-were-more-popular-than-jesus-now-maureen-cleave.html
Maureen Cleave Remembers John Lennonhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/the-beatles/6769205/Nowhere-Boy-Maureen-Cleave-remembers-John-Lennon.html1967:
Michael Bullock is reinstated by Brian as Saville Theatre house manager. He was fired after the February 19th incident at the Chuck Berry concert.1969:
“It was now almost five weeks since the Get Back recording sessions, in which time, it seems, the Beatles had decided to all but wash their hands of the entire project. One day in early March John and Paul called Glyn Johns into EMI, pointed to a pile of eight-track tapes-the result of those ten January days at Apple- and offered Johns free rein in preparing a finished album. Glyn duly booked time at his favourite venue, Olympic Sound Studios, and set to work.” The Complete Beatles Chronicle
, Mark Lewisohn, page 316
Lewisohn goes on to say that new records uncovered at EMI in 1991 contain different and, he feels, more reliable information about Glyn John’s work on this project than he had offered in his 1988 book The Complete Beatles Recording Sessions. He also comments on the thoroughness of EMI’s records of all The Beatles recording sessions.1969:
Visitors on the set of “The Magic Christian”:
“On Tuesday, March 4, 1969, Princess Margaret made an unscheduled visit to Twickenham Film Studios to watch Ringo Starr and Peter Sellers during the filming of “The Magic Christian”. She remained on the set from 11am until 5pm. Other visitors to the set that day were Paul and Linda McCartney and Mary Hopkin”. ©Bill Harry/Mersey Beat Ltd.
(This was actually a week before their wedding so she was still Linda Eastman.)1969:
Paul and Linda attended the London premiere of the film "Isadora at the Odeon Theatre, London.