Taped: Sunday 11 February 1968
Abbey Road. The Beatles intended to shoot footage of the recording of "Lady Madonna," their next single, as a promotional film, but chose instead to record a new song, "Hey Bulldog." The filming was directed by Tony Bramwell, head of Apple Films.
Yoko Ono attended a Beatles session for the first time as John's guest, and embarrassed her host by demanding to know why all The Beatles' songs used exactly the same rhythm, and why they didn't attempt something more adventurous.