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The Beatles at Shea Stadium is a fifty-minute-long documentary of the Beatles' 15 August 1965, concert at Shea Stadium in New York City, the highlight of the group's 1965 tour.
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years is a 2016 documentary film directed by Ron Howard about The Beatles' career during their touring years from 1962 to 1966, from their performances at the Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966. The film was released theatrically on 15 September 2016 in the United Kingdom and 16 September in the United States, and started streaming on Hulu on 17 September 2016.
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Fifty years ago today, the Beatles played Shea Stadium in their most famous concert. But it also resulted in one of their finest recordings. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty. Leaving festivals like Woodstock and Monterey aside, there is no more famous gig in rock & roll history than when the Beatles played Shea Stadium, an orange and blue ass pit of a venue in front of 56,000 mostly teenyboppers on August 15th, 1965. Come 1966, when the band played Shea again - something rarely brought up - there were huge chunks of empty stadium seats, as this was an era when an uptick in psychedelia meant meant a downturn in the . Eleanor Rigby, the spinster with a face in a jar by her front door, lived a long way off from the world of I Want to Hold Your Hand.
The Beatles staged their second concert tour of the United States (with one date in Canada) in the late summer of 1965. At the peak of American Beatlemania, they played a mixture of outdoor stadiums and indoor arenas, with historic concerts at Shea Stadium in New York and the Hollywood Bowl. Typically of the era, the tour was a "package" presentation, with several artists on the bill
The Beatles' record-breaking first performance at New York's Shea Stadium was watched by 55,600 fans, and marked the beginning of the group's second full US concert tour. The William A Shea Municipal Stadium, to give it its full name, was the home of the New York Mets baseball team. The stage was located on second base, far from the audience, which was confined to the stadium's spectator areas. That was good enough for us, even at Shea Stadium. I never felt people came to hear our show – I felt they came to see us. From the count-in on the first number, the volume of screams drowned everything else out. Ringo Starr Anthology. Embed from Getty Images. The concert at Shea Stadium set a world record for attendance figures, and also for gross revenue.
The Beatles announced Thursday that a 4k restoration of their celebrated performance at their Aug. 15, 1965, Shea Stadium concert with remastered sound will be added to the theater showings of the Ron Howard 'Eight Days A Week: The Beatles Touring Years' documentary. Even The Beatles Got Scared: Paul McCartney Talks Early Days in Trailer for New Ron Howard Doc. The Shea Stadium concert was filmed by 14 35mm cameras in front of 55,000 people and first shown on BBC TV in black-and-white in the UK in 1966 and in color in the . The film's new 4K restoration and sound remastering was done at Abbey Road Studios by Giles Martin and Sam Okell, who also worked on the recent 10th anniversary Beatles LOVE show at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, the upcoming The Beatles: Live at the Hollywood Bowl CD and the Beatles 1+ DVD that came out late last.
Directed by Robert Precht. With John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr. Documentary film of The Beatles classic August 15, 1965 New York concert. Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg.