Wed, 13 Jun 2012 18:13:54 GMT | By Chloe Goody
Paul McCartney: A life in pictures

1966: Beatles continue to take over the world



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In 1966, The Beatles released the record Tomorrow Never Knows and performed their final commercial concert at the end of their US tour. The band had toured almost non-stop for nearly four years, giving more than 1,400 live performances all over the world.

Between 1963 and 1970 The Beatles released twenty-two singles, of which seventeen of the singles and eleven of the LPs became number ones. The band topped the Billboard Hot 100 twenty times, and recorded fourteen number one albums. Lennon and McCartney became one of the most celebrated songwriting partnerships of all time.

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