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15th February, 2015

New memorabilia: George Martin's Help! recording notes from 15th February 1965

New memorabilia: George Martin's Help! recording notes from 15th February 1965

After lying in a locked cupboard covered in dust for 50 years an incredible piece of music history has finally gone on public display at the Beatles Story.

The hand-written notes by George Martin from the first Help! recording dated 15th February 1965 have gone on show for the first time this weekend to mark the 50th anniversary of the recording of Help!.

50 years: Help!'s recording sessions began 50 years ago

The recording of The Beatles' fifth album and soundtrack to their second feature film began in Studio Two at EMI Studios, Abbey Road and Sir George Martin’s hand-written recording notes reveal the structure of the sessions and the departure from their usual recording methods.

Martin King of the Beatles Story said: “This certainly is a memorable weekend for us. The notes were held in the Beatles Story archive and it seemed fitting to display these 50 years since they were written to celebrate the album’s recording sessions."

"We are always looking to add to what we have on offer here at the Albert Dock and with our 25th anniversary coming up there will be lots more to come this year.”

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