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The Beatles 'perform' their 1966 hit "Paperback Writer" to be aired on the Ed Sullivan show. Guitar aficionados: George Harrison's Gibson SG, pictured here was not played on the actual recording (Fender Stratocaster was used) but he did later give it to Pete Ham of Badfinger, the first band signed to their Apple record label. You can see it in video clips of their performance of their 1971 hit 'No Matter What' produced by George.
Early May 1973 - Ken Mansfield (center), manager of Apple Record’s USA division, hosted a party in Malibu Canyon celebrating the launch of his new business venture, Hometown Productions. Ken's here posing with some of his guests Rick & Kris Nelson and Pattie & George Harrison. George was working at A&M studios in Hollywood at the time trying to shape the 1974 Dark Horse LP (when he met our then secretary Olivia who would become Olivia Harrison)