You can’t do that.

This photograph is one of my favourites, purely because of Ringo’s face, it was taken of The Beatles on the 19th of March, 1964. They were receiving the Variety Club award for Show Business Personalities of 1963 from Opposition leader Harold Wilson. Later in the day the group went into the BBC studios to record their debut appearance on the organisation’s Top of the Pops, which had aired for the first time 1 January that year. The Beatles sang ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ – which became their fifth UK number one – and also the B-side ‘You Can’t Do That’.


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