Thursday 5 December 2013


  • 2011: Paul live at O2 Arena, Londo.Paul was joined onstage by Ronnie Wood during his concert at London's O2 Arena.The show was part of  On The Run tour. Wood joined Paul's band on a rendition of The Beatles' 1969 hit Get Back during the first encore.
  • 1969: George live at City Hall, Newcastle with Delaney & Bonnie.George's fourth night performing with Delaney & Bonnie,the husband and wife act then on a brief tour of the UK.George stayed on the tour for six dates,until it ended.They played two shows each night, in Bristol, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle, Liverpool and Croydon.
  • 1969: John and Yoko make Apotheosis 2. Film in September 1969, 3 months later they made a sequel.As with its predecessor, Apotheosis 2 featured a helium balloon ascending in the sky. Their assistant Nic Knowland agreed to go up in the balloon with a camera and soundman, filming John and Ono huddled together, covered in a large black cape, as the balloon went further skyward.Filming took place at dusk, as opposed to the early morning setting of Apotheosis. The balloon was launched from snow-covered countryside in Lavenham in Suffolk. The resulting film also contained some unused helicopter footage from Apotheosis.
  • 1969: Television: 24 Hours: The World Of John And Yoko - day four.The fourth day of a five-day shoot for the BBC documentary 24 Hours: The World Of John And Yoko took place in the countryside in Lavenham in Suffolk, England.The 35-minute documentary was first shown from 10.30pm on BBC 1 on 15 December, and extracts were also used in the 1988 documentary Imagine: John Lennon. John and Ono had agreed to the BBC following them for five days in exchange for the rights to the footage.
  • 1969: Mixing: Hey Jude, Revolution.Room 4, EMI Studios, Abbey Road
    Producer: George Martin Engineers: Geoff Emerick, Phil McDonald
    This was the second day of stereo mixing for the US compilation Hey Jude, following an initial session on 2 December 1969.
    It took place from 2.30-5.15pm, and began with two mixes of Hey Jude. Although the song had previously been mixed in stereo, it was evidently felt that these were unsuited to the US market.Revolution, which had been the b-side of the Hey Jude single in 1968, had never previously been mixed in stereo. It took just one attempt to achieve a satisfactory mix on this day.
  • 1967: Launch party at the Apple Boutique
  • 1965: Live: Empire Theatre, Liverpool - The Beatles' final Liverpool concerts
  • 1962: Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (evening)
  • 1962: Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (lunchtime)
  • 1961: Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (lunchtime)

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