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BEATLES AT SHEA STADIUM 1965 + BEATLES IN JAPAN 1966

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BEATLES AT SHEA STADIUM 1965
U.S. TV special. Excellent quality. From broadcast master. Includes original broadcast introduction by Arthur Fiedler. The Beatles historical 1965 New York City performance to over 55,000 fans--the largest concert at that time. Also performing are King Curtis, Brenda Holloway, Sounds Incorporated and the Discotheque Dancers. Murray "The K" and Cousin Brucie are MCs. Great performance and backstage footage.

The Beatles discuss touring, the fans, being a "Beatle" and their thoughts on New York City. Songs include "Twist And Shout," "I Feel Fine," "Dizzy Miss Lizzy," "Ticket To Ride," "Act Naturally," "Can't Buy Me Love," "Baby's In Black," "Hard Day's Night," "Help" and "I'm Down." Beatles at Shea Stadium!

Plus this bonus selection...

BEATLES IN JAPAN 1966
JPN. TV. Very good quality. Jun-30-66 (wearing dark suits). Terrific film of the Beatles playing Budokan Hall. Interviews and on stage performances. Because the Japanese audience was instructed to limit their emotional outbursts, you can really hear the Beatles playing their instruments. In some cases they don't sound very good and they realize they sound "a tad lousy" and look at each other in confusion! Songs include "Rock & Roll Music," "She's A Woman," "If I Needed Someone," "Day Tripper," "Baby's In Black," "I Feel Fine," "Yesterday," "I Wanna Be Your Man," "Nowhere Man," "Paperback Writer," "I'm Down." Beatles in Japan!


BEATLES AT SHEA STADIUM 1965 + BEATLES IN JAPAN 1966 on DVD!



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