Three Beatles performances: A television special taped April 28, 1964 in England with other popular British performers ; the band’s first concert in the U.S. in Washington ; and one of the group’s last concerts together, July 2. 1966, in Tokyo, Japan…
Taped before a studio audience on Tuesday 28th April 1964, The Beatles participated in this TV special along with the creme of the UK pop scene.
The Beatles performed a music set as well as participating in a humorous spoof of the interlude section of a Midsummer Nights Dream.
Apart from this John, Paul and George were seen miming a trumpet fanfare, while Ringo was seen hoisting the title flag and setting
off a cannon ball. The Beatles perform complete versions of Twist and Shout, Roll Over Beethoven, I Wanna Be Your Man, Long Tall
Sally and Can’t Buy Me Love. They also perform a medley of the following tunes: Love Me Do, Please Please Me, From Me To You,
She Loves You and I Wanna Hold Your Hand. They finish with a version of Shout!
The 2nd part of this unique release is footage of The Beatles 1st ever concert at Washington Coliseum on 11th February 1964.
The 3rd part is one of their last concerts together at the Budokan Hall in Toyko on 1st July 1966. 29 tracks in total. See the true
meaning of Beatles hysteria as they perform all their hits to 1000’s of screaming fans. These two concert films are a rare
insight into the Beatles during their domination of the world music scene.
(These DVD contains rare 16mm film footage. Sound and picture quality throughout the film.)
DVDrip | MKV H264-1049 | AAC@160 | 720×556 | Audio: English | Sub: none | DVD Cover & Sticker | 1h55 | 1.0 Gb
Docu, Concerts | Australia © 1988 | Director Rita GILLEPSIE