Monday 1 June 2015


1961-Live at Top Tep, Hamburg

1963-The Beatles Live in Granada Cinema, London
1963-The beatles Radio: Pop Go The Beatles
1964-The beatles recording: Matchbox, I´ll Cry Instead, Slow Down and I´ll Be Back

1966-Recording Yellow Submarine

1967-UK album release: Sgt.Pepper´s Lonely Heart Club Band

1969-John and Yoko Ono record "Give Peace a Chance".

1969-George and Pattie Harrison holiday in Sardinia

1969-John argues with Al Capp in Montreal

1973-UK release of the Wings single, Live and Let Die / I Lie Around (Apple). 8 weeks on the charts; highest position #9.

1977-John, Yoko Ono, and their three-year-old son, Sean, travel to Japan, where they will remain for five months.
1978-At the Plaza Hotel in New York, John and Yoko Ono visit Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones. The Lennons bring along a bottle of Scotch for Ronnie, as today is his birthday, but the Stone’s guitarist doesn’t have a chance to chat with John, as the former Beatle spends most of the evening asleep on the bed.
1987-US re-release of The Beatles’ album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band on CD (Capitol). Released in stereo. The US CD version includes the "Inner Groove" and the 15 kc tone audible only by dogs. Both of these were excluded from the US vinyl LP (but were included on the UK LP).
1987-UK re-release of The Beatles’ album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band on CD. On this day, one could really say, "It was twenty years ago today..." Released worldwide on the 20th anniversary of the album's original release. As was done with the original LPs in 1967, the CDs were shipped on May 26 without changing the official release date.

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