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Recorded on November 8, 1965 during the Rubber Soul sessions at Abbey Road, the 1965 message features a re-working of "Yesterday," with the refrain "Oh I believe on Christmas Day." The band's gift for free-associational role playing is becoming more apparent. One piece of dialogue near the end was eventually re-used by producer George Martin and his son Giles at the end of the re-mixed version of "All You Need is Love" on the 2006 albumĀ  Love : "All right put the lights off. This is Johnny Rhythm saying good night to you all and God Blesses."

The LP had advance orders of a half million and sold another half million by September 1965, making it the second album to sell a million copies in the United Kingdom, after the soundtrack to the 1958 film South Pacific . [15] With the Beatles remained at the top of the charts for 21 weeks, displacing Please Please Me , so that the Beatles occupied the top spot for 51 consecutive weeks. It even reached number 11 in the "singles charts" (because at the time UK charts counted all records sold, regardless of format). EMI Australia did not receive the cover art, and used different shots of the band in a similar style to the black-and-white photograph on other releases. The Beatles were unaware of this until fans showed them the cover during their only Australian tour, and informed the EMI publicity staff that they were not pleased with the substitution. [16]

The Christmas Records box set will be released on 15 December 2017. A vinyl picture disc of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band will be issued on the same day.


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