Sir Paul McCartney performed a concert at the Sprint Center, Kansas City, as part of his Up And Coming Tour.
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Recently-discovered rare film footage of The Beatles in Kansas City during their first US tour in 1964 fetched £4,100 ($6,600) at auction on Tuesday 4 November.
Olympic Sound Studios, Barnes, London Producer: George Martin Engineer: Glyn Johns This was the fourth day of stereo mixing for the unreleased Get Back album, and the last time it was worked on until 7 May 1969. Afterwards The Beatles turned their attentions to the single The Ballad Of John And Yoko and the album… Read more »
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith Four recording and mixing sessions took place on this day at EMI Studios, for songs later released on Beatles For Sale. It was the last recording session for the album.
Studio Two, EMI Studios, Abbey Road Producer: George Martin Engineer: Norman Smith 18 October 1964 was a busy day for The Beatles: a nine hour session, recording the a-side of their next single and working on another seven for the Beatles For Sale LP.
The Beatles weren’t originally scheduled to perform at the Municipal Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Their day off was cancelled, however, after local promoter Charles O Finley persuaded the group’s manager Brian Epstein to let them play.
By July 1963 The Beatles were more than used to hard work. What was unusual about this day, however, was that they completed, in under eight hours, 18 songs for three editions of the radio show Pop Go The Beatles.