Although by this time the world knew The Beatles were no more, the dream was kept alive for a short while longer with the release of a final single.
The Beatles' penultimate US single, Let It Be, was released in the United States on this day.
The Beatles' final UK single of their career, not including various reissues and the Anthology releases, was Let It Be.
In the United Kingdom, The Beatles had never previously issued singles containing songs that were already available on an album. All singles were either standalone releases, or came out …
The first songs to be issued as a single from the Abbey Road were the double a-side Something/Come Together.
Five days after its UK release, The Beatles' second single of 1969, The Ballad Of John And Yoko, was released in the United States.
The Beatles' second UK single of 1969, The Ballad Of John And Yoko, was released on this day. The b-side was George Harrison's Old Brown Shoe.
Nearly a month after its release in the United Kingdom, The Beatles' first single of 1969 was issued in the United States.
The Beatles' 19th British single, and their first for 1969, was Get Back, with Don't Let Me Down on the b-side.
The Beatles second – and final – UK single of 1968 was an all-time classic. Hey Jude, with Revolution on the b-side, was also the group's first on their …
One of The Beatles' most successful singles, Hey Jude/Revolution was issued in the US on this day. It was also the group's first on their Apple label, and had …
Three days after its UK release, The Beatles' Lady Madonna single was issued in the US.
Recorded before their trip to India, but released in their absence to sustain public interest in the group, The Beatles' 17th Parlophone single was released in the UK on …
The Beatles' last US single of 1967 appeared three days after it was issued in the United Kingdom. It was also included on the full-length Magical Mystery Tour album, …
The Beatles' third and final single of 1967 was issued in the UK on this day: Hello, Goodbye, with I Am The Walrus as its b-side.
The Beatles' All You Need Is Love was issued in the USA 10 days after it was released in the United Kingdom.
The Beatles' 15th UK single, All You Need Is Love, was rush-released in the wake of the Our World satellite broadcast.
Three days after its UK release, Beatles fans in the United States were able to buy the group's double a-side single Eleanor Rigby/Yellow Submarine.
On the same day that The Beatles' album Revolver was issued, Parlophone released the Eleanor Rigby/Yellow Submarine single in the United Kingdom.
The Beatles' 12th Parlophone single was their lowest-seller since Love Me Do.