Daily Archives: September 10, 2016

‘Revolver’ album by The Beatles peaks at #1 in USA 50 years ago today (Sep 10 1966)


Video: 'The Beatles Revolver Full Album (2009 US Stereo Remastered)'

(Saturday, September 10, 1966) — The North American version of the album Revolver by The Beatles peaked at #1 on today’s Billboard‘s 200 album chart for six consecutive weeks (Sept. 10/17/24, Oct. 1/8/15, 1966). Continue reading ‘Revolver’ album by The Beatles peaks at #1 in USA 50 years ago today (Sep 10 1966)

‘You Can’t Hurry Love’ by The Supremes peaks at #1 in USA 50 years ago #OnThisDay #OTD (Sep 10 1966)

(Saturday, September 10, 1966)“You Can’t Hurry Love” by The Supremes peaked at #1 on today’s Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for two consecutive weeks (Sep. 10/17, 1966). It was the group’s seventh of 12 number one hits on the chart (1964-1969). Continue reading ‘You Can’t Hurry Love’ by The Supremes peaks at #1 in USA 50 years ago #OnThisDay #OTD (Sep 10 1966)

‘Eight Days A Week/I’m Looking Through You’ episode airs on ‘The Beatles’ cartoon series 50 years ago this hour #OnThisDay #OTD (Sep 10 1966)


Video: 'The Beatles Cartoons Episode 27'

(Saturday, September 10, 1966, 10:30 a.m. EDT) — The Beatles visit Gigantic Studios and run into a leading lover of the “silver screen” who has lost his ability to kiss, and later while in Egypt, the band decides it needs a nice place to rehearse on this morning’s season two premiere episode of The Beatles, a weekly cartoon television series on ABC. Continue reading ‘Eight Days A Week/I’m Looking Through You’ episode airs on ‘The Beatles’ cartoon series 50 years ago this hour #OnThisDay #OTD (Sep 10 1966)

Fontainebleau conference ends without agreement on Cochinchina 70 years ago #OnThisDay #OTD (Sep 10 1946)


Video: 'Vietnam a Television History Episode 1' (Ho Chi Minh in Paris, Fontainebleau conference at 30:38)

(Tuesday, September 10, 1946; during War in Vietnam (1945–46)) — The Fontainebleau conference, a negotiating session between the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and the French Fourth Republic at the Palace of Fontainebleau (65 kilometers south of Paris), concluded today without agreement on Cochinchina, a region encompassing the southern third of current Vietnam.