The Beatles’ diary -- 21st June 1968

Friday, 21st June 1968

UK singles chart
  1. Young Girl – Union Gap
  2. Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones
  3. Honey – Bobby Goldsboro
  4. A Man Without Love – Engelbert Humperdinck
  5. Rainbow Valley – Love Affair
UK albums chart
  1. Love Andy – Andy Williams
  2. Scott 2 – Scott Walker
  3. John Wesley Harding – Bob Dylan
  4. The Sound Of Music – Original Soundtrack
  5. Fleetwood Mac – Fleetwood Mac

Recording session at EMI Studios No. 2 (14:30–21:00) during which they recorded Revolution 1.

Cynthia arrived home and moved into Ringo’s flat at 34 Montagu Square. “The only way I could get in touch with John was to make an appointment with him through Peter Brown at Apple. And when I finally did meet him,“ she said, “Yoko was there.” It was eventually decided that it would be more convenient if John and Yoko had Montagu Square, and Cynthia moved back into Kenwood, so they spent the weekend swapping houses. (Kenwood was eventually sold as part of the divorce settlement and Cynthia married Robert Bassanini – the hotel owner in Italy.) It was while all of this acrimony was going on that Paul wrote ‘Hey Jude’ for John’s little kid. is not affiliated with or approved by The Beatles, Apple, MPL, EMI or Capitol Records.
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