Peter And Gordon released a single, Woman, on this day in the United Kingdom. It was written by Paul McCartney under the pseudonym Bernard Webb, and was issued as Columbia DB7834.
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Over a month ahead of its UK release, Peter And Gordon’s single Woman was released in the United States. It was written by Paul McCartney, who used the pseudonym Bernard Webb.
Three days after its UK release, Capitol Records issued The Beatles’ Rubber Soul album in the US.
The Beatles’ 10th Parlophone EP contained four of their biggest hits to date.
As with its UK release three days earlier, The Beatles issued their first double a-side single in the USA.
The Beatles’ sixth UK album Rubber Soul was released on this day as Parlophone PMC 1267 (mono) and PCS 3075 (stereo).
On the same day that their sixth UK LP, Rubber Soul, was released, The Beatles issued a double a-side single, We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper.
Although The Beatles chose not to release Yesterday as a single in the UK, their US record label Capitol Records decided otherwise and released it with the b-side Act Naturally.
The Beatles’ eighth US album released by Capitol Records, Help!, was issued on this day as MAS-2386 (mono) and SMAS-2386 (stereo).
The Beatles’ fifth UK album, Help!, was released on this day as Parlophone PMC 1255 (mono) and PCS 3071 (stereo).
The Beatles’ 10th Parlophone single was released just before the world première of their second feature film, also called Help!.
The Beatles’ 10th Capitol Records single was released just before the world premiere of their second feature film.
The Beatles’ US label, Capitol Records, released the album Beatles VI on this day.
Although the Beatles For Sale album had been available for six months, and The Beatles had already begun performing and releasing songs from their forthcoming Help!, Parlophone issued this four-track EP in the UK.
Ticket To Ride, The Beatles’ ninth Capitol Records single, was the first release from the Help! album sessions. It was issued as Capitol 5407, with Yes It Is on the b-side.
The first song released to the public from The Beatles’ forthcoming Help! album was the Ticket To Ride single, released as Parlophone R 5265.
A four-track EP containing songs from Beatles For Sale was released in the United Kingdom on this day.
Capitol Records were still keen to wring as much money as possible out of Beatles fans in America, leading to the release of The Early Beatles in March 1965.
Having held both tracks off the Beatles ’65 album, Capitol Records issued Eight Days A Week/I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party as a single.
Capitol Records released their second and final Beatles EP on this day. 4 By The Beatles had the catalogue number Capitol R-5365, and was released only in mono.