The Beatles’ previous session for their second album had taken place on 30 July 1963. Three weeks later George Martin began overseeing the editing and mixing of songs completed so far.
There were two sessions on this day, from 10am-1pm, and 2pm-5.30pm. Work began with an edit of takes 6 and 7 of ‘Money (That’s What I Want)’, followed by one of ‘You Really Got A Hold On Me’ from takes 7, 10 and 11.
These completed, mono mixes were made of ‘Devil In Her Heart’, Money, You Really Got A Hold On Me, ‘Please Mister Postman’, ‘Till There Was You’, Roll Over Beethoven, ‘All My Loving’ and It Won’t Be Long.
The Beatles were not present on this day; they were in the middle of a six-night at Bournemouth’s Gaumont Cinema.
Also on this day...
- 2000: Album release: Liverpool Sound Collage by Paul McCartney
- 1969: Mixing, editing: The End, You Never Give Me Your Money, Sun King, Mean Mr Mustard
- 1968: Recording, mixing: Sexy Sadie
- 1968: George and Pattie Harrison return to England from Greece
- 1966: Live: Busch Stadium, St Louis
- 1966: Live: Crosley Field, Cincinnati
- 1965: Live: Metropolitan Stadium, Minneapolis
- 1964: Live: Coliseum, Seattle
- 1963: Live: Gaumont Cinema, Bournemouth
- 1961: Live: Cavern Club, Liverpool (lunchtime)
- 1960: Live: Indra Club, Hamburg
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