Television: The Music Of Lennon & McCartney

This was the second of two days The Beatles spent at Granada TV Centre in Manchester, during which they recorded their contributions to a television special, The Music Of Lennon & McCartney, which was first broadcast on 16 December 1965.

The line-up of the show was: ‘A World Without Love’ (Peter and Gordon), I Saw Him Standing There (Lulu), ‘From Me To You’ (Alan Haven and Tony Crombie), ‘She Loves You’/medley (Fritz Spiegl’s Ensemble), ‘Day Tripper’ (The Beatles), ‘Yesterday’ (Paul McCartney and Marianne Faithfull), ‘She Loves You’ (Antonio Vargas), ‘Things We Said Today’ (Dick Rivers), ‘Bad To Me’ (Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas), ‘It’s For You’ (Cilla Black), ‘Ringo’s Theme’/‘This Boy’ (The George Martin Orchestra), ‘If I Fell’ (Henry Mancini), And I Love Him (Esther Phillips), ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ (Peter Sellers), and ‘We Can Work It Out’ (The Beatles).

After the recording was complete The Beatles returned to London.

Recording: Michelle
Television: The Music Of Lennon & McCartney
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