The Fabs in the studio, August 14th of 1964, working on "I'm a Loser."
Words fail me.
Oh, and speaking of the Fabs, there's a surprisingly good little making-of book on A Hard Day's Night just out.
I've been less than enthusiastic about some of the earlier entries in this series, but this one is a fun read. It's a clip job, of course, but author Ray Morton has done the research, and he also talked at length with David Picker, the visionary exec at United Artists who instantly grokked what a non-schlock Beatles movie might be like, and who provides some personal insights. In any case, there's all sorts of interesting bits of tid here, including background history even this Beatlemaniac hadn't previously been aware of, and once you've read the thing, I can pretty much guarantee you'll want to listen to the album of the same name and watch a video of the film ASAP.
You can order it over here.
And yes -- there will be a Listomania tomorrow, but the clue was yesterday's record store post.