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After completing their second concert at New York’s Shea Stadium on August 23, 1966, The Beatles promptly flew to Los Angeles, arriving in the early hours of August 24 for a day of well-deserved rest. During their brief stay in Beverly Hills, they lodged at 7655 Curson Terrace, a property rented by their manager, Brian Epstein.
The Beatles were visited by several notable guests, including their former press officer Derek Taylor, as well as David Crosby, from The Byrds, and Brian and Carl Wilson, from The Beach Boys.
Later that evening, The Beatles held a press conference at the Capitol Records Tower and were presented with gold records by both Capitol Records and the RIAA for their latest LP, “Revolver“. The celebrations continued with a party organized by Capitol Records’ president Alan Livingstone.
On August 25, The Beatles flew to Seattle for two performances at the Coliseum before returning to Los Angeles that evening for another two days of rest on August 26 and 27.
Beatle meets Beach Boys (two), Byrds (one)
Paul McCartney called on former Beatles press officer Derek Taylor in Hollywood during the tour. Then Brian and Carl Wilson dropped in, followed by George Harrison and David Crosby of the Byrds. A good time was had by all!From Melody Maker – September 10, 1966
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