Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by baci, Feb 9, 2016.
Too fuckin rare for me.
Great songs. All Beatles videos are b/w and almost all of their songs are in mono. I know, nobody asked.
This Boy is beautiful
Whenever I watch stuff like this I wish I could go back in time just to be able to be a spectator. To see history actually in the making.
And why start with the Beatles... I'd go way, way back and hang out with Mozart. Catch a few of his shows, have a few drinks. With his reputation, I am more than sure he always knew where the hot spots were city to city.
Can you imagine being in Mozart's entourage. Sounds pretty fucking cool to me. Let's not forget, the guy liked his drinks, very, very much. Add in his celebrity..... you know what to do. You know what to do.....
There are plenty of color Beatles videos. Shea Stadium was in color, as were some other dates. And their promotional videos (early forms of music videos) were largely in color. The movies Help!, Magical Mystery Tour and Let it Be were also in color.
Beatles mixed for true stereo starting in 1964. Many of the mixes were experimental, and often the mono versions are better, but that doesn't mean there aren't many stereo Beatles songs. Almost the entire catalog is available in stereo. Mono remained their preferred mixing format until the White Album in 1968, which was the last Beatles album mixed for mono. Let it Be and Abbey Road were both natively mixed only for stereo; mono releases were fold-downs.
I researched this on Google. This rehearsal was from their second appearance on the Ed Sullivan show a week after their debut.The Beatles came down to Miami after the Feb 9 performance live on the Ed Sullivan Show in NY and then a two day gig in Washington Coliseum. They arrived in Miami on the the 13th of February. They rehearsed a few more days and then on February 16th at 2pm they did their dress rehearsal. That is the tape from the Facebook post. They played in front of 2600 people in the
Deauville showroom. The Beatles were not the headliner that day on the Ed Sullivan Show. That person was Mitzi Gaynor. Also on the bill was comedian Myron Cohen and boxers Sonny Listen and Cassius Clay. While the Beatles were in Miami they took in a show at the hotel. Performing was Don Rickles. The Beatles had no idea who he was and couldn't quite get Don's vicious humor. The Beatles were paid $10,000 for their first appearance on Sullivan and $3500 for this follow-up appearance in Miami.
I know a woman who saw the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. She was a young teenager. She said she wasn't going to scream or cry because she thought those girls were Silly and she was too grown up. Guess who screamed and cried. LOL!
I've never seen any video of concerts of the later Beatles. Did they stop touring at some point and just put out albums?
Like for instance, is there video of them in concert performing anything on Rubber soul, Revolver, magical mystery tour, Sgt.Pepper, the white album, Abbey Road, Let it Be?
I've never seen recordings of live performances of any songs off any of those albums.
They stopped touring because they couldn't hear their music over the screaming of the girls
most of the girls in that audience would be in their 70's now.
Wasn't even born yet.
69 Rooftop Concert
I meant in an arena or indoor venue
That one and "Yes it Is" kick my ass every time.
Also because they couldnt replicate those albums on stage.