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In case you missed the electro-dance performance by Paula Abdul at the Super Bowl Pre Party, don't worry! The American Idol judge and former pop princess is releasing, not only her new single, but a full album! Tentatively titled "Abdulmatic," the album will feature her new song "Dance Like there's no tomorrow" and is expected to be released sometime this summer. Of course Randy will be on board as a producer but don't expect any help from Simon. Abdul hasn't released a hit album since 1995, but give the girl some credit, she has sold over 50 million albums worldwide.
And in other album news, Cash Queen of Music, Madonna has locked in April 29th as the debut date of still untitled new disc. No word yet on singles or concerts, but she did get paid $10 million for that sunsilk ad during Super Bowl yesterday. Yep, you heard me right, and she didn't even perform anything new! No wonder she makes the most money! Plus another leading lady in music, Miss Janet Jackson debuted her new single, Rock With You, on Friday. It is the second single from her upcoming album "Discipline" to be released on February 26th. You can give it a listen on New York radio station's website at z100****.
Almost everyone on the Planet has heard of the Beatles, right? You think that's safe to say? Well, it was recently announced that the iconic band will live on digitally through their large catalog of music soon to be available online, but the real news is that today, NASA will project the Beatles into outerspace! Yes the boys with the bowl cuts took the world by storm, and now, the GALAXY! The space agency will broadcast the group's song "Across the Universe" to the North Star. It marks NASA first ever beaming of a radio song into deep space and coinicidentally, the 40th anniversary of the song. Paul McCartney said, "Send my love to the aliens." Oh I'm sure they'll feel the love alright...
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A compilation of the best quality live performance video that I could find.
BEATLES - Live Performances in the USA - (Turn Left Greenland)
Genuine LIVE, no lip-sync.
Songs are complete in their entirety, start to finish, no voice-overs or comments.
I tried to put this all together as if it were a concert and in the chronological order that they were performed.
The Anthology DVD box set did not contain this concept, so I stepped in to provide what I believe, gives the fans something old and "Something New" at the same time.
Property of Apple Records and The Beatles.
I hope that Paul & Ringo ( and the Martins ) enjoy this as much as I did putting it together. Maybe they might use the idea for a future release.
And, all comments are welcome.
1 I Want to Hold Your Hand
2. Till There Was You
3. She Loves You
4. From Me To You
2.All My Loving
3.Twist and Shout
4.Please, Please Me
1.I Feel Fine
4.Ticket to Ride
3.You Cant Do That
4.Twist and Shout (short ver. Shea Stadium)
More Shea Stadium
The Beatles Live Multiple Songs Chicago 1964
Album: With The Beatles
Live negli studi della BBC
Their Complete First Performance At Budokan Hall Tokyo July 2nd 1966!
All 12 Songs, a superb performance.
01 The Beatles - Live at Budokan - Introduction | 02 The Beatles - Live at Budokan - Rock & Roll Music | 03 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - She's A Woman | 04 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - If I Needed Someone | 05 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - Day Tripper | 06 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - Baby's In Black | 07 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - I Feel Fine | 08 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - Yesterday | 09 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - I Wanna Be Your Man | 10 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - Nowhere Man | 11 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - Paperback Writer | 12 The Beatles - Live At Budokan - I'm Down | 13 The Beatles - Live at Budokan - Post Performance Interview | 14 The Beatles - Live at Budokan - Complete Performance
the beatles performing help live from shea stadium 1965
Audio of Bon Jovi covering The Beatles classic 'Help' with a selection of photos featuring friends, fans, and random famous people.
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A rare recording of The Beatles playing in Houston August 19, 1965. Songs: Can't Buy Me Love, Baby's In Black, I Wannan Be Your Man.
Once again I uploaded the full concert of this first. Please tell me if the video's out of sync. It looked out of sync to me when I played it back but tell me if it is out of sync so I can fix it and upload a better version.
The February 11th, 1964 concert at the Washington Coliseum, located at 3rd and M Streets N.E., occurred during a cold and snowy night. It was the Beatles' first live American performance after their televised appearance on the CBS Ed Sullivan Show. They had arrived in D.C. earlier that day by train from New York. Before their show that evening, they also appeared at a brief press conference. At show time, there was a sold-out, over-capacity crowd of 8,000 fans, by one count. When the Beatles came on, the place erupted with screaming and incessant flash bulbs. The Beatles played for nearly an hour. Because of the set up in the Coliseum, the Beatles were essentially performing on a boxing ring-type stage, and had to move their equipment around on stage a few times in order to give everyone in the audience a chance to see them. Ringo was seen moving his drum set around on stage between sets. Please subscribe for more videos :)
Roll Over Beethoven 2:22
From Me to You 4:52
I Saw Her Standing There 7:36
This Boy 10:58
All My Loving 13:50
I Wanna Be Your Man 16:45
Please Please Me 19:52
Till There Was You 22:16
She Loves You 24:25
I Want To Hold Your Hand 28:12
Twist and Shout 31:39
Long Tall Sally 35:18
VHS Rip, complete concert.
1. Rock'n'roll Music
2. She's A Woman
3. If I Needed Someone
4. Day Tripper
5. Baby's In Black
6. I Feel Fine
8. I Wanna Be Your Man
9. Nowhere Man
10. Paperback Writer
11. I'm Down
3 June 2002, Buckingham Palace Garden, London, England. Roger Taylor Drums, Paul McCartney Bass , Brian May & Eric Clapton Guitars, Brian Wilson on Keys and Joe Cocker Backing & Rod Stewar Vocals.
I uploaded the full concert of this first. In my other account TheBEATLESMania100 but since my account got suspended I had to upload it here.
From June 30 to July 2 of 1966, the Beatles performed five concerts at the Budokan arena in the Japanese capital of Tokyo. The band's arrival in Japan, originally due for June 28, was greatly delayed by a hurricane, and they did not land in the country until 3 AM of the following day. All told, the five concerts attracted 25,000 fans, with all shows selling out, and the telecast delivered an astounding 60% television rating. This was reported heavily in the Japanese media, who characterized the unexpected fan frenzy as a "Beatles hurricane," obviously referring to the weather that preceded their arrival. Please subscribe for more videos!
Rock N' Roll Music 1:12
She's A Woman 2:45
If I Needed Someone 5:59
Day Tripper 8:55
Baby's In Black 11:57
I Feel Fine 14:33
I Wanna Be Your Man 19:30
Nowhere Man 21:59
Paperback Writer 24:23
I'm Down 27:04
End of concert 29:08
Live, television: It's The Beatles
3.45pm, Saturday 7 December 1963
Following their appearance on the BBC television show Juke Box Jury, The Beatles recorded a special concert appearance for the corporation at Liverpool's Empire Theatre.
The performance took place in front of 2,500 members of The Beatles' Northern Area Fan Club, between 3.45 and 4.30pm. It was filmed in its entirety by the BBC, and 30 minutes were broadcast that evening from 8.10pm to 8.40pm during a special programme entitled It's The Beatles.
The group played a short version of From Me To You, followed by I Saw Her Standing There, All My Loving, Roll Over Beethoven, Boys, Till There Was You, She Loves You, This Boy, I Want To Hold Your Hand, Money (That's What I Want), Twist And Shout, and another version of From Me To You.
Technical problems and lack of rehearsal times meant the sound balance for the concert recording was sub-standard. Both The Beatles and senior figures at the BBC later expressed concern at the often embarrassing nature of the footage, which included the absence of Ringo vocals during Boys and the director focusing on the wrong members of the group during key moments.
After the concert the BBC also recorded a two-minute interview with the group to use on the Christmas Day edition of Top Of The Pops.
The Beatles then made the short journey to the nearby Odeon Cinema on London Road where they gave two evening concerts. The police closed Pudsey Street to the public to allow the group to reach the venue unhindered.
HQ-Video. Ringo Starr - Octopus's Garden, released 1969 von den Beatles auf dem Album "Abbey Road".
The Beatles' final two shows in Melbourne, Australia took place on this day.
This was The Beatles' last of three consecutive nights of shows in the city's Festival Hall, Each night they gave two concerts, which were enjoyed by a total of 45,000 people.
Cameras from the Australian Channel 9 recorded the sixth and final show of the Melbourne leg of the world tour. It was screened on 1 July 1964 as an hour-long special, The Beatles Sing For Shell, named after the oil company which sponsored the broadcast.
Nine of The Beatles' Melbourne performances were included in the show: I Saw Her Standing There, You Can't Do That, All My Loving, She Loves You, Till There Was You, Roll Over Beethoven, Can't Buy Me Love, Twist And Shout and Long Tall Sally. During Long Tall Sally, a male audience member rushed onto the stage to shake John Lennon's hand.
The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein had initially agreed to allow Channel 9 to show just 12 minutes of the performance. However, after watching the recording an hour after the show he had a change of heart and increased the limit to 20 minutes.
In the end 22 minutes of The Beatles were included, the rest of the hour being footage of Australian and international performers. The only song from the set not broadcast was This Boy.