THE BEATLES (CD/DVD) SHEA 2023 REMASTER

THE BEATLES (CD/DVD) SHEA 2023 REMASTER
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THE BEATLES (CD/DVD) SHEA 2023 REMASTER
DVD original documentary w/JP subtitles 01.opening 02. Apple’s challenge 03. in the underground market 04. difficult to improve quality 05. production mistakes 06. about 2023 remaster

original documentary 01.opening 02. Apple’s challenge 03. in the underground market 04. difficult to improve quality 05. production mistakes 06. about 2023 remaster

SHEA 2023 Remaster 01. Arthur Fiedller Intro 02. Shea Stadium 03.King Curtis 04. Beetle Chat – Helicopter 05. Brenda Holloway 06. Helicopter Ride 07. Sounds Incorporated 08.Dressing Room 09. Ed Sullivan Introduction 10. Twist And Shout 11.She’s A Woman 12. I Feel Fine 13. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 14.Ticket To Ride 15. Can't Buy Me Love 16. Baby's In Black 17.Act Naturally 18. A Hard Day's Night 19. Help! 20. I'm Down

CD SHEA 2023 Remaster 01. Ed Sullivan Introduction 02. Twist And Shout 03.She’s A Woman 04. I Feel Fine 05. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 06.Ticket To Ride 07. Can't Buy Me Love 08. Baby's In Black 09.Act Naturally 10. A Hard Day's Night 11.Help! 12. I'm Down

alternate mix 1 13. Twist And Shout 14.She’s A Woman 15. I Feel Fine 16.Help!

alternate mix 2 17. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 18.Ticket To Ride 19. Can't Buy Me Love 20.Act Naturally 21. John’s MC/ 22. Baby's In Black 23. A Hard Day's Night 24. I'm Down

(iMASTERS) PRO-SHOT,1965.8.15-NEW YORK,57min. The latest IA remaster by a famous maniac has become the highest quality video ever, and it is now available as the first from the new label iMASTERS!   On August 15, 1965, the Beatles' third tour of the United States took place at Shea Stadium, a large venue with a capacity of 60,000 people. This major event was filmed on color film by Ed Sullivan Productions in order to preserve it as a video work, but unfortunately due to fatal flaws in cinematography and especially in terms of recording, it was edited for broadcast once in 1966, but has not been properly softened as an official Beatles film work ever since. Thousands of bootlegs have already been made, including a version that aired on BBC-TV in 1966, a version that aired on ABC-TV in 1967, a version that was released on a videocassette in 1978, a version that was digitally telecine and voice remastered in 1991, and the movie "Eight Days A Week" in 2016 There have been many additions to the release, such as 4K remastered versions, as well as versions that have been reconstructed by bootleggers by scraping together various fragment sources. Anyway, there is a problem with the "sound" of the Share Stadium performance, and it seems that the official side is also having a hard time with the anthology and the movie "Eight Days A Week". In the case of bootlegs, it is common to see them replaced with those from the Hollywood Bowl performance in the same year. In this 2023 remastered version, the sound makes use of the original voice as much as possible, and the elements missing for each song are compensated for from different performances (mainly the Hollywood Bowl performance in the same year) using AI separation technology, and the video is based on the 1991 Ron Fermanek version, and by combining them, the original performance is centered as much as possible, adjusted so that you can watch it as a live video that is easy to watch. "I Feel Fine" and "Ticket To Ride", which had been replaced by additional recordings at CTS Studios in the official version, have been restored to focus on the original performance, and the unbalanced "Act Naturally" has been readjusted to make it easier to listen to. In order to revive the realism of the original sound source, which lacked a sense of realism as a whole, AI remixes have been applied to the entire film. In addition, the audio of the Beatles' interview, which was also cracked in the documentary before the main concert, has been replaced with another source that is much clearer, making it easier to listen to. "Help!" However, the defect of the original sound source was too large, so I remixed it so that I could enjoy the performance of the day as much as possible, except for the performance of the Hollywood Bowl performance. We hope that you will enjoy the excitement of a concert event at a large-scale outdoor stadium, which was said to be the first in history at the time (although not strictly speaking, the first in history), with an original sound source plus a sound source that enhances the sense of realism by AI remixing. And in the documentary video, it is an item with Japanese subtitles, which confirms that this share stadium performance has been studied more deeply.   DISC 1 : DVD DVD [original documentary w/JP subtitles] 01. opening 02. Apple’s challenge 03. in the underground market 04. difficult to improve quality 05. production mistakes 06. about [2023 remaster original documentary] 01. opening 02. Apple’s challenge 03. in the underground market 04. difficult to improve quality 05. production mistakes 06. about 2023 remaster [SHEA 2023 Remaster] 01. Arthur Fiedller Intro 02. Shea Stadium 03. King Curtis 04. Beatle Chat – Helicopter 05. Brenda Holloway 06. Helicopter Ride 07. Sounds Incorporated 08.Dressing Room 09. Ed Sullivan Introduction 10. Twist And Shout 11. She’s A Woman 12. I Feel Fine 13. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 14. Ticket To Ride 15. Can't Buy Me Love 16. Baby's In Black 17. Act Naturally 18. A Hard Day's Night 19. Help! 20. I'm Down Approx 57min. Dolby 2.0 Stereo Colour NTSC Region 0

DISC 2 : CD [SHEA 2023 Remaster] 01. Ed Sullivan Introduction 02. Twist And Shout 03. She’s A Woman 04. I Feel Fine 05. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 06. Ticket To Ride 07. Can't Buy Me Love 08. Baby's In Black 09. Act Naturally 10. A Hard Day's Night 11. Help! 12. I'm Down [alternate mix 1] 13. Twist And Shout 14. She’s A Woman 15. I Feel Fine 16. Help! [alternate mix 2] 17. Dizzy Miss Lizzy 18. Ticket To Ride 19. Can't Buy Me Love 20. Act Naturally 21. John’s MC 22. Baby's In Black 23. A Hard Day's Night 24. I'm Down

Live at Shea Stadium, Queens, New York, USA , August 15, 1965