Monday, April 12, 2010
April 12 - Today in Beatles History
Brian and George travel to Hamburg, for Star Club performances.
Performance at the Cavern, with Faron's Flamingos, the Roadrunners and the Dennisons.
Shooting of opening scenes of 'A Hard Day's Night', at the Marylebone Railway Station.
UK LP release: 'George Martin Scores Instrumental Versions Of The Hits'.
Last day of Paul's stay in the US, according to initial plans.
'Yellow Submarine' LP, 13th week in the Top 100 (Billboard).
John and Yoko go to the offices of Henry Ansbacher & Co., to put order in their accounts.
Paul incorporates McCartney Productions Ltd.
'Anthology 2' number 17, 1st week in the Top 30 (chart based on record stores sales in Santiago, Chile).
'Anthology 2' number 2, 2nd and last week in the Top 5 ('Feria del Disco' record stores English music sales, Chile)
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