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The Beatles Bible (@beatlesbible) tweeted at 10:15 AM on Mon, Aug 26, 2019:

26 August 1968:

The Beatles' smash hit single Hey Jude/Revolution is released in the USA.

It tops the US Billboard chart for nine consecutive weeks, from 28 September to 23 November 1968.

Read all about the songs here:

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https://t.co/qkEpMw2egt https://t.co/9uV9grv8lF
(https://twitter.com/beatlesbible/status/1166006212384608256?s=09)

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The Beatles’ former No. 1 album Abbey Road zooms back into the top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart for the first time since 1970, as the set vaults from No. 71 to No. 3 after the album was reissued on Sept. 27 to commemorate its 50th anniversary. It earned 81,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 3 (up 803%) with 70,000 of that sum in album sales (up 3,091%).

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The Beatles Bible (@beatlesbible) tweeted at 2:00 AM on Sun, Oct 13, 2019:

Beatlemania begins at the London Palladium!

The Beatles' four-song performance on 13 October 1963 – From Me To You, I'll Get You, She Loves You, and Twist And Shout – was broadcast on TV broadcast, making them household names across the UK.

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https://t.co/Gc0KzBuyfm https://t.co/GEz5oZqifT
(https://twitter.com/beatlesbible/status/1183276288875741184?s=09)

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The Beatles Bible (@beatlesbible) tweeted at 2:05 AM on Wed, Oct 16, 2019:

The Beatles' only 24-hour recording session began at 5pm on the afternoon of 16 October 1968, and concluded at 5pm on Thursday 17 October.

It was for mixing, editing, crossfades, and assembling a master tape of the White Album.

Full session info:

https://t.co/T64h4Utl6U https://t.co/BAPJ2YQVCD
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The Beatles Bible (@beatlesbible) tweeted at 11:09 AM on Mon, Oct 28, 2019:

In 2010 we interviewed Raymond Jones about the purchase of the Beatles' My Bonnie that changed music history.

"The person I spoke to was Brian Epstein. He started asking me questions: who were they? Where did they play?"

Read the full interview here:

https://t.co/xqFcCbnBoF https://t.co/akm7HetC7L
(https://twitter.com/beatlesbible/status/1188850242419998720?s=09)

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