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The Beatles - Live in Washington DC 1964 (1964)
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Language English
Audience Rating NR (Not Rated)
Country USA
Color Color
As if there were any doubt, this February 11, 1964 show (just days after their triumphant debut on Ed Sullivan?s TV show) proves that the Beatles were one rockin' little combo, whatever the situation. The sound was awful, the din of the audience almost constant. Also, the concert set-up was in-the-round--but only Ringo Starr's rickety little drum riser could rotate, so during several songs the other three Fabs were obliged to turn their backs on their own amps to face the rest of the audience! No matter; they roar through their eight-tune set with palpable, irresistible energy--just check out "I Saw Her Standing There." Sure, the black-and-white footage is grainy, and the audio's lousy. But this document of the group at their early peak is a must-have for true believers. Considerable file footage and audio clips from the period help fill out both the concert program and an accompanying trivia quiz. --Sam Graham
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Seen It Yes
Index 160
Collection Status In Collection
Links Amazon US
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region 1
Release Date 11/11/2003
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Black & White Dolby