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1965 - The Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night" was released in the U.S.

1965 - The Beatles film "Help!" opened in the New York City. It was released across the U.S. on August 25.

1966 - The Beatles arrived at Chicago's O'Hare Airport to start their last tour of the U.S.

1973 - Paul McCartney's single "Live And Let Die" hit #2 in the U.S.

1976 - EMI signed a deal with the Soviet company Melodiya to release the Wings' album "Band On The Run" in the Soviet Union.

1989 - Bruce Springsteen joined Ringo Starr on stage for four songs ("Get Back," "Long Tall Sally," "Photograph" and "With A Little Help From My Frieng"). John Candy also made an appearance on tambourine.

Beatles Quote

"I think people who truly can live a life in music are telling the world, 'You can have my love, you can have my smiles. Forget the bad parts, you don't need them. Just take the music, the goodness, because it's the very best, and it's the part I give most willingly.'"
- George Harrison

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