In 1966, The Beatles were at a critical juncture in their career, marked by artistic experimentation, personal growth, and changes in their public image. They released their iconic album “Revolver” (5 Aug) which showcased the band’s evolving musical style, incorporating elements of psychedelia and experimental studio techniques. The album included groundbreaking tracks like “Eleanor Rigby,” “Tomorrow Never Knows,” and “Taxman.”

They toured Germany, Japan and the Philippines in the summer but played none of the songs from Revolver. In Japan they played the Budokan and wore distinctive black suits with dark green lapels together with red shirts. Off stage they were photographed in a variety of eclectic and fashionable outfits that reflected the spirit of the times.

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