The Beatles’ diary -- November 1970

November 1970

Sometime in December (date unknown) Paul met George in New York. But it quickly descended into a slanging match, and reinforced Paul’s desire to split The Beatles.

Friday, 6th November

‘Let It Be’ album – front cover Re-releasedUK album. Let It Be

Wednesday, 11th November

Maureen gave birth to Ringo’s third kid, Lee Parkin.

Sunday, 15th November

By now, Paul was adamant that he wanted out of the Beatles’ partnership for good. But without cooperation from Klein and the others, the only way that he could do it was to sue the other members of the partnership. And the thought of suing his former friends in the law-courts didn’t exactly fill him with glee...

Monday, 23rd November

George released his solo single ‘My Sweet Lord / Isn’t It A Pity’. (It didn’t come out in Britain until January 15th.)

Friday, 27th November

George’s ‘All Things Must Pass’ – rock’s first-ever triple album, came out in the States.

Monday, 30th November

George’s ‘All Things Must Pass’ was released in Britain. Critic Richard Williams described it as “the rock equivalent of the shock felt by pre-war moviegoers when Garbo first opened her mouth in a talkie: Garbo talks! Harrison is free!”


 
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