BEATLES ABBEY ROAD STUDIO FILM/ EARLY BEATLES DVD

BEATLES ABBEY ROAD STUDIO FILM/ EARLY BEATLES DVD
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BEATLES ABBEY ROAD STUDIO FILM/ EARLY BEATLES DVD
Item Description WITH HIGH RES ARTWORK - NOT copies of a copy! PRO SILK SCREENED LABEL High quality DVD-R PRO Interactive Menus You found the best right here! AND THESE ARE THE ORIGINAL FAB DVDS - not knock offs or poor copies BOTH PROGRAMS ARE UPGRADED AND BETTER THAN EVER! BOTH WITH INTER ACTIVE MENUS! THE BEATLES ABBEY ROAD STUDIO FILM/ EARLY BEATLES DVDTwo documentaries upgraded and as follows........................ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS TOUR FILM In 1983, for the first and only time, the doors to Abbey Road’s famous studio were opened to the public, for a tour and audio-video presentation. Fans were treated to a tour of the famous Number 2 Studio, which had remained virtually unchanged from the days of the sixties where the Beatles recorded from 1962-1969. Starting July 11th, the doors were opened seven days a week through September 11th, with threeshows per day at 10:30 am, 3:30 pm and 7:30 pm. Tickets sold for about $7.00 U.S. In all, the presentation and tour was given 168 times. After a short tour of the facility, the fans were seated in the Number 2 Studio for a eighty minute video presentation featuring rare film clips and promotional videos with previously unreleased Beatles recordings. This was the first time that EMI had ever permitted the public performance of Beatles outtakes. This is the film - upgraded, not perfect, but better than before!01- Introduction02- Love Me Do (take 18)03- How Do You Do It? (take 2)04- I Saw Her Standing There (working title: Seventeen) (takes 6, 11 & 12)05- Twist & Shout (take 1)06- One After 909 (edited takes 4 & 5) Don't Bother Me (takes 11 & 12)07- A Hard Day's Night (takes 2, 3 & 9)08- Leave My Kitten Alone (take 5)09- I'm a Loser (take 8)10- She's a Woman (take 1)11- Ticket to Ride (take 2)12- Help! (take 5)13- Norwegian Wood (take 1)/ I'm Looking Through You (take 1)14- Paperback Writer (take 2)15- Rain (take 7)16- Penny Lane (RS1 from take 9)17- Strawberry Fields Forever (take 1) Strawberry Fields Forever (take 7) Strawberry Fields Forever (take 26)18- A Day In The Life (edit of takes 6, 7 & 9)19- Hello Goodbye (RS2 from take 22)20- Lady Madonna (take 4)21- Hey Jude (take 9)22- While My Guitar Gently Weeps (unedited take 1)23- Because (take 16)24- Ringo Special Message + #9 Dream THE EARLY BEATLES In 1982 Johnny Hamp, then Granada’s Head of Light Entertainment, intended to produce a show to tie in with the Beatles 20th anniversary of the ‘Love Me Do’ release; however he found such a wealth of interesting material in the archives that the programme wasn’t completed until 1983.‘The Early Beatles’ was first broadcast at 5.40pm on Sunday, 1 January 1984. Johnny commented that it would probably become the most video-pirated programme of that holiday season – and he was probably right. He added: “Putting together this archive material was more a labour of love than work. We decided we didn’t need any commentary – the film speaks for itself!”Now an upgraded version than released previously. 45 minutes.01. Some Other Guy Love Me Do I Saw Her Standing There Rare Footage 1963-196402. Twist and Shout03. I Want to Hold Your Hand Beatles with ken Dodd04. This Boy05. All My Loving06. Liverpool Premiere A Hard Day's Night07.1963 Interview on Going to USA08. First US Visit Part 109. First US Visit Part 210. Washington DC11. Welcome Home12. We Can Work It Out