Paul McCartney, Mal Evans and cameraman Aubrey Dewar were woken at 3.30am by a taxi driver, who had been hired to take them to locations in Nice where they could film a sequence for The Fool On The Hill for Magical Mystery Tour.
Although the studio recording of The Fool On The Hill was complete, there was no suitable film footage available for the song.
Another scene was filmed for the Magical Mystery Tour television special on this day, in Battersea in south London.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Ken Scott This session saw overdubs onto The Beatles’ single Hello, Goodbye, and the creation of mono mixes of The Fool On The Hill.
Studio Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Ken Scott The Beatles did not perform during this session, which was booked for the overdubbing of flutes and violas onto The Fool On The Hill and Hello, Goodbye.
Studio One, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Ken Scott This was the second session for The Beatles’ single Hello, Goodbye, and took place in the huge Studio One at Abbey Road between 7pm and 3.30am. At this time the song was known by its working title Hello Hello.
All four Beatles, along with their wives and girlfriends, attended the première of Richard Lester’s film How I Won The War at the London Pavilion.
Although The Beatles didn’t attend Brian Epstein‘s funeral in Liverpool on 29 August 1967, they did attend a memorial service.
Studio Three, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: John Lennon Engineer: Ken Scott This was the first recording session for which John Lennon was officially listed as a producer. It saw work on two songs, George Harrison‘s Blue Jay Way, and some incidental music for the Magical Mystery Tour film known as Shirley’s Wild Accordion.
De Lane Lea Recording Studios, London Producer: George Martin Engineer: Dave Siddle, Geoff Emerick Two Beatles sessions took place on this day, at De Lane Lea studios in London, and at EMI Studios. The first was a mixing session for the Yellow Submarine soundtrack song It’s All Too Much, written by George Harrison.
John Lennon celebrated his 27th birthday on this day.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Geoff Emerick The recording of George Harrison‘s Magical Mystery Tour song Blue Jay Way was completed during this session, which began at 7pm and ended at midnight.
Having made a well-received appearance on The Frost Programme on Friday 29 September, John Lennon and George Harrison returned to Wembley Studios in London to give another interview.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Ken Scott This session, which began at 10pm and ended at 2.30am the following morning, saw the creation of final mono mixes of Your Mother Should Know, and the first takes of Hello, Goodbye.
The Beatles returned to West Malling Air Station, the army base where they had recently spent a week filming Magical Mystery Tour, on this day.