- Lennon and Paul McCartney provided backing vocals to the 1967 Stones single We Love You.
- Two days after Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band released, Jimi Hendrix opened his set at London’s Saville Theatre with the title track, something McCartney considers his “single biggest tribute”.
- The working title for the film Help! was Eight Arms to Hold You.
- The BBC banned several Beatles songs – I Am the Walrus (for the use of the word ‘knickers’) and Fixing a Hole, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and A Day in the Life (all for alleged drug reference).
Rod Stewart & Ronnie Woods formed the Faces in 1976.