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Sunday, January 1, 1967

Paul McCartney enjoys New Year Eve in Liverpool

Last updated on December 24, 2023


Jim McCartney's house, Heswall, Liverpool, UK

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On December 30, 1966, The Beatles were at EMI studios to record “Penny Lane.” The next day, Paul, Jane Asher and Mal Evans went to Liverpool to spend New Year’s Eve with Paul’s family.

January 1, 1967: “Well diary — hope it will be a great 1967. Have not slept… Friday night’s recording session and journey to Liverpool. Late afternoon went over to the McCartneys in Wirral, and had dinner with them. Paul and Jane [Asher, McCartney’s then girlfriend] had travelled up for the New Year — also Martha. Fan belt broke.”

Mal Evans – From his diary – From Here, there and everywhere (thetimes.co.uk), March 20, 2005

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