MAY 18 - - THE BEATLES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN BUSY ON THIS DATE

IT'S A PLEASANT VALLEY SUNDAY

The New York Times reports that the former Beatles have agreed to put an end to their feuds. In addition, Paul McCartney claims the four have decided to split the fortune that resulted from their partnership. The four ex-Beatles came to this solution, he explains, to free 17-million dollars frozen in litigation. (1972)

The Beatles' final album, Let It Be, is released in the U-S. (1970)

The Beatles are at Abbey Road. They cut "Got to Get You Into My Life," with trumpeters Eddie Thornton, Ian Hamer and Les Condon and sax players Peter Coe and Alan Branscombe. (1966)

The Beatles kick off their first co-headlining tour, with Roy Orbison. Gerry & the Pacemakers are also on the bill at the Grenada Theater in Slough [rhymes with cow], England. (1963)

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