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Unboxing Live At The Hollywood Bowl #Vinyl 1977 & 2016 Editions #thebeatles
Aquí te comparto las ediciones que se hicieron de The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl en 1977 y de la edición remasterizada para la película Eight Days A Week de Ron Howard
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Beatles -- Hollywood Bowl live -- [ new vs. old audio! Very different ]
There's a new Beatles movie disc, reduced on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Eight-Days-Week-Touring-Blu-Ray/dp/B01M13O81J/theofficiapet-20 Also, I have a book on the "voice of Love": http://www.amazon.com/Surrendering-Abundance-Receiving-Spirit-Filled-Messages/dp/1512049239/theofficiapet-20 -- I appreciate the thoughtful work that Giles Martin and his team do to restore the Beatle masterpieces. He seems to have carried on his father’s legendary class, nuance, feather-touch, attention to detail, and respect for the material. And though I do enjoy both mixes, on the Hollywood Bowl I think I prefer the original, heavier tone. Though rougher, the grist feels more complimentary to Beatlemania. Also, in the sales marketing, the promise was that we would feel closer to the band, yet the newly added digital echo on the vocals makes me now feel like I’m sitting further back. (Plus, the digital delay time needs adjusting to match the older analog reverbs.) -- Music mixing typically aims for either accurate detail or energetic passion -- you call it an intellectual approach vs. an emotional one. It’s hard to do both: to be accurate yet passionate. In fairness, the producer’s dilemma is that the younger audiences are used to, and may prefer, the lighter, crisper tone. But the history and atmosphere of the live Beatles seems to cry out for organic energy. I know the older style isn’t the popular modern style, but for this product, I think prefer the rougher recordings. -- Another challenge: During the 60s, engineers mixed more light, aware that radio compressors wound crunch the sound heavier. But today, since most music is not heard on the radio, the result really varies: Either: a.) engineers mix too heavy and then radio added compression crushes it; else, b.) it’s mixed too light, and when played on mobile earbuds, it sounds whimsical. -- Last, I should note that the new versions had the advantage of working from the *actual* original recordings; yet the source cuts I’ve included here to contrast was from copy-from-copies (even saved at an unimpressive 128kbps MP3 -- very smushy on the high frequencies!) In other words, it would be fantastic to hear a thick-style production mix, --- yet using the original, crisp source recordings. That would really rock. Maybe one day Apple / EMI Records will release the separate original tracks and we can play with them. By the way, the John Lennon voice at the end is my impersonation – – I laughed because one of my friends insisted it was really John. Cheers! http://www.davenevins.com
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The Beatles - The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl - 1977 - Vinyl Unboxing
Unboxing The Beatles - The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl Vinyl album, LP, Stereo, Gatefold Made in UK, First pressing, Released: 4 May 1977 Label: Parlophone, EMTV 4, 0C 062-06377 Recorded: 23 August 1964 and 29 – 30 August 1965, Hollywood Bowl Producer: Voyle Gilmore (original recordings), George Martin (mixing and sequencing)
Beatles -- Live in Houston -- [ full 12-song audio -- improved! ]
If you enjoyed the Hollywood Bowl, you may like this 8/19/65 Houston treatment. The vocals can be rough here and there (esp. at 0:38 secs!) and the screaming is loud -- but it's still an enjoyable listen. -- The latest Beatles movie disc has been reduced on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Eight-Days-Week-Touring-Blu-Ray/dp/B01M13O81J/theofficiapet-20 Also, I have a book on the "voice of Love": http://www.amazon.com/Surrendering-Abundance-Receiving-Spirit-Filled-Messages/dp/1512049239/theofficiapet-20 -- Updated BEATLES: [ Subscribe on that channel please ] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BLkvqnIH5U&list=PLAoj4Fq92homwVnvykZTJOkRdFLc3MSxZ -- The goal was not to chronicle the event like a documentary, but an attempt to provide a more impressionistic experience, and highlight enjoyment of the music footage by: -- Bringing up the low bass -- Bringing up high treble for ease to hear vocals/guitars -- A plate reverb was added to soften the harsh vocal mics -- Using analog multi-band compressors to balance the sound. -- Removing the intra-song dialogue On live recordings I like to remove the intra-song dialogue to give a different feel to familiar material, a blend between raw and radio -- more right-brain (deeper) than left-brain (surface). Notes: 1. Since the vocals were so frequently distorted, I added a little more plate reverb than usual. They were just too rough and forward. 2 Despite occasional performance flubs, the only edit I fixed was the intro lead guitar, since it was at the very beginning. Here's a version closer to the source: https://youtu.be/RlCn4bSinnc 3. Various lines feature sketchy singing, but my fave is when John chokes and Paul laughs at 00:38 [ Note: in Feb 2017 I released the first version. In this second update from April 2017 the vocals have been tightened and I tried to remove some distortion. The video pic is also clearer. ] -- 00:04 - Twist and Shout 01:27 - She's a Woman 04:16 - I Feel Fine 06:25 - Dizzy Miss Lizzy 09:30 - Ticket to Ride 11:48 - Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby 13:54 - Can't Buy Me Love 16:05 - Baby's In Black 18:16 - I Wanna Be Your man 20:23 - Hard Day's Night 22:55 - Help! 25:14 - I'm Down Enjoy! -- http://www.davenevins.com --
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Vinyl Rewind - Beatles Live at the  Hollywood Bowl | Talkin' Wax
The Vinyl Geek talks about The Beatles live at the Hollywood Bowl, their 1977 live album, their 2016 live album and the documentary by Ron Howard with his friend Stan Levine who saw them live back in 1964/1965. SUBSCRIBE TO THE SHOW http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheVinylgeek Official site: www.vinylrewind.tv/ Check us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vinylrewind https://www.facebook.com/TheVinylGeek Find us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vinylrewind Follow the show on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vinylrewindtv Or Tweet the Geek: https://twitter.com/TheVinylGeek Prof. Watson: https://twitter.com/ProfessrWatson Vinyl Rewind is your home for vinyl related content on YouTube. Each week, new uploads feature vinyl-based music reviews, artist interviews, contests, cocktails and collecting tips, for both the novice and expert collectors. Vinyl Rewind is dedicated to preserving an analogue lifestyle in the digital age. Watch-Listen-Learn Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/49pL/
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[AUDIO REMASTERED 2016] The Beatles Live Empire Pool 1965 Full Concert
I edited EQ and many effectors. Thank you ! 02:39 I Feel Fine 05:17 She's a Woman 08:26 Baby's in Black 11:04 Ticket To Ride 14:47 Long Tall Sally 17:34 Presentation
Beatles Live -- Australia Concert  [ film w/ great audio! ]
NEW! White Album --- 2018 Remix --- 3 CDs version: https://www.amazon.com/Beatles-White-Album-CD/dp/B07HFZ95Z9/theofficiapet-20 6 CDs version: https://www.amazon.com/Beatles-White-Album-CD-Blu-ray/dp/B07HFYZY7D/theofficiapet-20 New 2018 Paul McCartney album: https://www.amazon.com/Egypt-Station-Paul-McCartney/dp/B07DV95WN6/theofficiapet-20 Also, I have a book on the "voice of Love": http://www.amazon.com/Surrendering-Abundance-Receiving-Spirit-Filled-Messages/dp/1512049239/theofficiapet-20 -- Updated BEATLES: [ Subscribe on that channel please ] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BLkvqnIH5U&list=PLAoj4Fq92homwVnvykZTJOkRdFLc3MSxZ -- For those curious, this film Includes footage of most of the concert, with four audio-only bonus tracks at the end. This was not to chronicle the event like a documentary, but an attempt to provide a more impressionistic experience, and highlight enjoyment of the music footage by: -- Removing the intra-song dialogue -- Trying to raise low bass (but it was really too muddy there) -- Bringing up high treble for ease to hear vocals/guitars -- Zooming in slightly to help fill out the frame -- Using analog multi-band compressors to balance the sound. Notes: 1. Including the intra-song dialogue didn't make as much sense since a.) the song order had to be reversed.b.) it's already available in other links. c.) IMO it highlights the intense emotional atmosphere -- the attempted goal on this video. 2. A very slight plate reverb was used on the John songs were his vocal was distorting and too forward in the mix. 3. It's a shame that on some of the Paul songs his mic is somewhat low. And John's rhythm guitar sounds great, but mixed a little loud. (It's nice to hear because it's usually more buried, but on this there was no way to easily correct it. I tried to bring up the frequencies a tad where Paul's voice was punching through, but there was a lot of overlap that made it hard.) 4. at 4:54 it appears as though the drummer is gone but that's just a drum kit from the previous band. Ringo is on a platform. 5. On a few songs the audio/video synch is slightly a few frames off -- because the original source was off. Most viewers don't notice or care; but if you watch the 2016 Ron H7oward feature you'll see it's off there too. Apparently it was married together about 20 yrs ago from the video and soundboard recording. I just got really tired with working on this and didn't notice. And also I never expected this video to be so popular since other versions have been around. Here's one that's closer to the original source footage: Part I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPZ-A9WJzTE Part II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSiT0HdZ7Tg Unfortunately YouTube doesn't allow for re-posting w/o losing views/comments. Hopefully someday. The back-half of the video is great though. ;) [Video+audio] 00:07 -- You Can't Do That 02:42 -- All My Loving 04:48 -- She Loves You 07:11 -- Can't Buy Me Love 09:19 -- Twist and Shout 12:01 -- Long Tall Sally [Mostly just audio] 14:41 -- Til There Was You 16:53 -- Roll Over Beethoven 19:13 -- This Boy 21:29 -- I Saw Her Standing There (If you want to scroll right to the brief video snippets of the last four songs, just run your mouse over the red line thumbnails to find them.) Since the goal was to group together the filmed parts, this is not the actual order of the concert (likely 6/17/64). See this for more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles%27_1964_world_tour Enjoy! -- http://www.davenevins.com
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The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl (official trailer)
The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bow - Jetzt bestellen: http://amzn.to/2c3VEEe. Die Konzerte der Beatles in der Hollywood Bowl aufzuzeichnen, war alles andere als einfach, erklärte Produzent Sir George Martin in den Linernotes des 1977er Albums The Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl: "Das Chaos, ich könnte es fast schon Panik nennen, das bei diesen Konzerten herrschte, war unglaublich. Man musste schon dabei gewesen sein. Es waren nur Dreispuraufnahmen möglich. Die Beatles hatten keine Monitore, so dass sie nicht hören konnten, was sie sangen, und das ewig anhaltende Geschrei aus 17.000 jungen, gesunden Kehlen hätte selbst einen Düsenjet übertönt." Auch wenn sich The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl auf das längst vergriffene Album aus dem Jahr 1977 bezieht, ist dies eine komplett neue Veröffentlichung, die auf die ursprünglichen Dreispuraufnahmen der Konzerte als Quelle zurückgreift. Um die Stimmung der Shows einzufangen und zugleich die Darbietungen in der heute bestmöglichen Klarheit und Qualität zu präsentieren, haben die beiden Grammy-Gewinner Produzent Giles Martin und Toningenieur Sam Okell die Aufnahmen in den Abbey Road Studios meisterhaft neu abgemischt und gemastert, darunter die von Giles' Vater produzierten 13 Stücke des Originalalbums sowie vier zusätzliche, bisher unveröffentlichte Aufnahmen der legendären Konzerte. The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl erscheint heute weltweit auf CD, als Digital Download und Streaming (die Vinyl Ausgabe folgt am 18.11.). http://www.universalmusic.at https://www.facebook.com/UniversalAustria http://instagram.com/universalmusic_austria
The Beatles - Live in Atlanta Stadium (1965)
On August 18th 1965, the Beatles and their entouarge flew from Toronto to Atlanta for a concert at the ballpark, where the group would performed at Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium as the third stop along their 1965 North American Tour. The group was still a-buzz from their legendary Shea Stadium concert just three days before. Setlist: 00:00 Intro 03:03 Twist and Shout 04:23 She's a Woman 07:38 I Feel Fine 10:12 Dizzy Miss Lizzy 11:59 Ticket to Ride 14:32 Everybody's Tryin' to Be My Baby 17:21 Can't Buy Me Love 19:51 Baby's in Black 22:38 I Wanna Be Your Man 25:38 Help! 28:41 I'm Down
Views: 154911 Fran McCartney17
Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1965
1965/8/29 Live at the Hollywood Bowl colour 8mm She's A Woman Ticket to Ride Baby's in Black Can't Buy Me Love(complete)
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The Complete @ Rare Beatles Intro At Hollywood Bowl Aug 64
Dee Jays. This is from a 1983 KRLA Beatles special and I spoke with Bob Eubanks about possibly using the information, from the great weekend, on the Beatles Book that I was writing. I have been all over the Hollywood Bowl and even managed to get up on stage once when the security guard wasn’t looking. (That’s a NO NO) Even got to get into the dressing room once for a job interview. Didn’t get the job but my mind was spinning. I was daydreaming. For the few who might have seen the original, this one is much better. Enjoy the few minutes experience. *One of these days, I will be able to totally figure out Nero Video 2016, VLC Media Player and Audacity.
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Reelin' and Rockin' - The Beatles Live Vol. 17 (1965)
The Hollywood Bowl is an amphitheater in the Hollywood Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. The Hollywood Bowl is known for its band shell, a distinctive set of concentric arches that graced the site from 1929 through 2003, before being replaced with a larger one beginning in the 2004 season. The shell is set against the backdrop of the Hollywood Hills and the famous Hollywood Sign to the northeast. The "bowl" refers to the shape of the concave hillside the amphitheater is carved into. The bowl is owned by the County of Los Angeles and is the home of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the host of hundreds of musical events each year. It is located at 2301 North Highland Avenue, west of the (former) The French Village,[1][2] north of Hollywood Boulevard and the Hollywood/Highland subway station and south of Route 101. Public Figures – that have appeared at the Bowl throughout the years include President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Mickey Rooney and Edward G. Robinson, as well as such "teams" as Fonteyn and Nureyev, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald, Simon and Garfunkel, and Abbott and Costello. Dancers – Mikhail Baryshnikov has danced there, as did Fred Astaire. Musicians – Al Jolson, Judy Garland, Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Art Tatum, Buddy Rich, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Nat "King" Cole, Oscar Peterson, Ella Fitzgerald,[12] Carrie Underwood, The Doors, Van Halen, Rod Stewart, José José, Kylie Minogue, Elton John, Alicia Keys, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers as well as various other Jazz and non-Jazz musicians have headlined star-studded shows at the Bowl.[13] The Hollywood Bowl has provided a showcase for the world's greatest musicians. Bernstein, Walter, Monteux, Mauceri, Koussevitzky, Stokowski, Karajan, Klemperer, and Leinsdorf, as well as Mehta, Giulini, Rattle, and Salonen are just a few of the conductors who have led the Los Angeles Philharmonic in summertime concerts over the past seven decades. Jerry Hadley, Philip Glass, Itzhak Perlman, Gregor Piatigorsky, Arthur Rubinstein, Thomas Hayward, Alfred Brendel, Vladimir Horowitz, Andre Watts, Horacio Gutierrez, Jessye Norman, Plácido Domingo, Beverly Sills, Isaac Stern, Kathleen Battle, Jane Eaglen, Marilyn Horne, Alexander Frey, Jennifer Larmore, Sylvia McNair, Andrea Bocelli, Gil Shaham, Stephen Hough, Luciano Pavarotti, Kygo—and other distinguished vocal and instrumental soloists too numerous to mention—represent the illustrious talent that has graced the stage. But never during its long and illustrious history has the Bowl's programming been limited solely to symphonic events; fully staged operas were a regular part of the season in the early years, and the famed Bolshoi Ballet appeared during the 1950s. The Beatles performed at the Hollywood Bowl in 1964 and 1965,[16] which resulted in the live album The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl that was released in 1977. This recording was re-released in 2016 with the screams of the fans significantly reduced and sound improved with new technology by Giles Martin. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollywood_Bowl
The Beatles - Boys (Live / From "Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years")
Music video by The Beatles performing Boys. (C) 2016 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music Group) / Apple Corps Ltd. http://vevo.ly/8yCXuo
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“A Hard Day’s Night” - hear the second track now available from “Live At The Hollywood Bowl”
Listen to the full track here: http://thebeatles.lnk.to/AHardDaysNight_LATHB “Live At The Hollywood Bowl” is out for release on September 9th to stream and on CD, with vinyl to follow. Find out more about the album here: http://thebeatleseightdaysaweek.com/the-album/ Preorder The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl: CD: https://thebeatles.lnk.to/LATHB_CD The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl: ​Vinyl LP: http://thebeatles.lnk.to/LATHB_Vinyl TheBeatles Official US Store: CD and 180g Vinyl LP: http://bit.ly/thebeatlesusstore
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The Beatles - Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; 1962
es un álbum doble que contiene actuaciones en vivo de The Beatles, grabadas a finales de diciembre de 1962 en el Star-Club durante su última estancia en Hamburgo. El álbum fue lanzado en 1977 en dos versiones diferentes, con un total de treinta canciones de la banda. Las actuaciones fueron grabadas en una grabadora casera, dando como resultado una grabación de baja calidad. Ted "Kingsize" Taylor comenzó a investigar sobre la posible comercialización de las cintas en 1973. Las cintas fueron compradas finalmente por Paul Murphy y sometidas a un tratamiento de ampliación de audio para mejorar el sonido, lo que condujo al lanzamiento del álbum en 1977. Aunque la mala calidad del sonido limita su atractivo comercial, el álbum proporciona una visión del grupo durante el periodo posterior a la unión de Ringo Starr, pero antes de la aparición de la Beatlemanía. The Beatles no tuvieron éxito en prohibir legalmente el primer lanzamiento del álbum; las grabaciones fueron reeditadas de varias maneras hasta 1998, cuando se le otorgaron los derechos de las actuaciones a The Beatles. Algunas de las últimas actuaciones por parte de The Beatles en el Star-Club fueron grabadas por el director de escena del club, Adrian Barber, para Ted "Kingsize" Taylor. Barber utilizó un magnetófono casero Grundig a una velocidad de cinta de 3¾ pulgadas por segundo, con un sencillo micrófono colocado en frente del escenario.Taylor, líder de The Dominoes (que también estaban tocando en el club), dijo que John Lennon acordó verbalmente con el grupo que iban a ser grabados a cambio de que Taylor les regalara una cerveza durante su actuación. 1- I Saw Her Standing There : 0:19 McCartney/Lennon 2- I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry (Over You): 2:39 Joe Thomas, Howard Biggs 3-Roll Over Beethoven: 5:22 Chuck Berry 4-Hippy Hippy Shake : 7:45 Chan Romero 5-Sweet Little Sixteen: 9:34 Chuck Berry 6-Lend Me Your Comb : 12:58 Kay Twomey, Fred Wise, Ben Weisman 7-Your Feet's Too Big: 14:50 Ada Benson, Fred Fisher 8-Where Have You Been All My Life?: 17:09 Barry Mann ,Cynthia Weil 9-Twist and Shout: 19:05 Phil Medley, Bert Russell 10-Mr. Moonlight: 21:10 Roy Lee Johnson 11-A Taste of Honey : 23:50 Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow 12-Bésame Mucho : 25:45 Consuelo Velázquez, Sunny Skylar 13-Reminiscing : 28:24 King Curtis 14-Till There Was You: 30:05 Meredith Willson 15-Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby: 32:12 Carl Perkins 16-Kansas City/Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey: 35:00 Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Richard Penniman 17-Nothin' Shakin' (But the Leaves on the Trees): 37:40 Eddie Fontaine, Cirino Colacrai, Diane Lampert, John Gluck 18-To Know Her Is to Love Her: 39:11 Phil Spector 19-Little Queenie: 42:27Chuck Berry 20-Falling in Love Again (Can't Help It): 46:30 Frederick Hollander, Sammy Lerner 21-Sheila: 48:32 Tommy Roe 22-Be-Bop-A-Lula: 50:30 Gene Vincent, Bill Davis Fred Fascher, el camarero del Star-Club, fue invitado para ser el vocalista líder 23-Hallelujah I Love Her So: 53:00 Ray Charles Horst Fascher, el mánager del Star-Club, fue invitado para ser el vocalista líder 24-Ask Me Why: 55:11 Lennon, McCartney 25-Red Sails in the Sunset: 57:57Jimmy Kennedy, Hugh Williams 26-Matchbox: 1:00:38 Perkins 27-I'm Talking About You: 1:03:15 Berry 28-Shimmy Like Kate: 1:05:20 Armand Piron, Fred Smith, Cliff Goldsmith Basada en los arreglos de la canción "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate" de The Olympics 29-Long Tall Sally: 1:07:37 Enotris Johnson, Robert Blackwell, Penniman 30-I Remember You: 1:09:26 Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger Despues de "I Remember You" The Beatles Volvieron a Inglaterra para Grabar su Single Love Me Do y no volverían a Hamburgo hasta 1966
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Review - The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl CD 2016
My thoughts on the newly remixed & remastered Beatles album Live At The Hollywood Bowl. Listen to my all vinyl radio show: http://www.podcastgarden.com/podcast/needlemeetsvinyl
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Album Review 16:  The Beatles - Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Finally remixed and re-released all these years later, this outstanding document of Beatlemania is highlighted with some truly fantastic moments brought out through a new life thanks to Giles Martin. It's not just a half hour of screaming anymore; you can actually hear the Beatles as the tight, live powerhouse that they were, in all their glory. What do you guys think of this one?
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Things We Said Today #199 -- Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl reviewed
The TWST crew goes inside the new Beatles "Live at the Hollywood Bowl" album previewing what you'll hear, how it's different from the '77 release, and gives the definitive word on just how good it is. Be sure and write to us at [email protected], join our "Things We Said Today Beatles Fans" Facebook page or tweet us at @thingswesadfab or catch us each on Facebook and give us your thoughts. Thanks for listening!! (We're also heard on Fab4radio, WCPR1 and Pure Pop Radio.)
Twist and Shout:  Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Today you can listen to the first track from “Live At The Hollywood Bowl” for the first time. Hear the full track: http://thebeatles.lnk.to/TwistAndShout_LATHB “Twist and Shout” is the opening song from the forthcoming album which is out for release on September 9th to stream and on CD. Find out about the new album at http://thebeatleseightdaysaweek.com/the-album/
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The Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl Review
When you subscribe please click on the “bell” 🔔 icon for email notifications of new Canadian Studmuffin videos ▶ CANADIAN STUDMUFFIN PLAYLISTS: https://goo.gl/GfQIJL ▶ INSTAGRAM: https://goo.gl/ZNjOmm ▶ FACEBOOK: https://goo.gl/8MvxlR Larry Graves aka Canadian Studmuffin is from Trenton Ontario and has been creating videos on YouTube since 2006. I do original comedy videos, rock music vlogs on The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Sparks, Frank Zappa, Pink Floyd and many other rock artists, funny cat videos, food reviews and much more. Please support my channel by leaving comments, sharing and rating the videos you watch. Thank you! #canadianstudmuffin #thebeatles
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The Beatles - Twist And Shout - Live Hollywood Bowl 1964 - Stereo Remixed
I messed about with the stereo channels a bit, enjoy :) Credit to jedaimanko for original upload!
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Chuck Mangione - Hill Where The Lord Hides - (from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
(from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
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What a 1970s Beatles Concert Would Have Sounded Like - The Beatles Live Vol. 24
All These Years - Extended Special Edition: https://amzn.to/2ROhZJY Sgt. Pepper outtakes: https://amzn.to/2CKb1S0 White Album outtakes: https://amzn.to/2CGIZqk Beatles box sets: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=concerts0b-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=205f67f4f1c27e25980f57f1f8c1432d&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=aps&keywords=beatles%20box Beatles on vinyl: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=concerts0b-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=850aec0bd88c81ed378a5822491bd31e&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=music&keywords=beatles%20vinyl Beatles books: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=concerts0b-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=cbbeab4ce7a89623ef97bc70521d9de8&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=books&keywords=beatles Beatles collectibles: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=concerts0b-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=06bf5dfaf56e7c2ab3ee78289701347e&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=collectibles&keywords=beatles Beatles documentaries: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=concerts0b-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=a95a92bf86ed9a409e984db9d7a1b7f7&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=instant-video&keywords=beatles Beatles housewares: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=concerts0b-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=41e287770800618e1a23b1a26550fc4c&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=kitchen&keywords=beatles U.S. Albums: https://amzn.to/2ROhzmS Stereo Albums: https://amzn.to/2NEH5Yr Mono Albums: https://amzn.to/2CHK4hR Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr all released solo albums in 1970. Their solo records sometimes involved one or more of the others; Starr's Ringo (1973) was the only album to include compositions and performances by all four ex-Beatles, albeit on separate songs. With Starr's participation, Harrison staged the Concert for Bangladesh in New York City in August 1971. Other than an unreleased jam session in 1974, later bootlegged as A Toot and a Snore in '74, Lennon and McCartney never recorded together again. Two double-LP sets of the Beatles' greatest hits, compiled by Klein, 1962–1966 and 1967–1970, were released in 1973, at first under the Apple Records imprint.[277] Commonly known as the "Red Album" and "Blue Album", respectively, each have earned a Multi-Platinum certification in the United States and a Platinum certification in the United Kingdom.[278][279] Between 1976 and 1982, EMI/Capitol released a wave of compilation albums without input from the ex-Beatles, starting with the double-disc compilation Rock 'n' Roll Music.[280] The only one to feature previously unreleased material was The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl (1977); the first officially issued concert recordings by the group, it contained selections from two shows they played during their 1964 and 1965 US tours.[281][nb 8] The music and enduring fame of the Beatles was commercially exploited in various other ways, again often outside their creative control. In April 1974, the musical John, Paul, George, Ringo … and Bert, written by Willy Russell and featuring singer Barbara Dickson, opened in London. It included, with permission from Northern Songs, eleven Lennon-McCartney compositions and one by Harrison, "Here Comes the Sun". Displeased with the production's use of his song, Harrison withdrew his permission to use it.[283] Later that year, the off-Broadway musical Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band on the Road opened.[284] All This and World War II (1976) was an unorthodox nonfiction film that combined newsreel footage with covers of Beatles songs by performers ranging from Elton John and Keith Moon to the London Symphony Orchestra.[285] The Broadway musical Beatlemania, an unauthorised nostalgia revue, opened in early 1977 and proved popular, spinning off five separate touring productions.[286] In 1979, the band sued the producers, settling for several million dollars in damages.[286] Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978), a musical film starring the Bee Gees and Peter Frampton, was a commercial failure and an "artistic fiasco", according to Ingham. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles
The Beatles Live at The Hollywood Bowl CD (Video Unboxing)
Les traigo otro vídeo unboxing (Desempaquetado) de un nuevo material Beatle que salir a la Luz este 9 de Septiembre 2016, es de The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl, este material se publico en algún momento a finales de los 70's en LP, por esa época el material tenia una calidad digamos ni podíamos pedir mucho por la época, esta nueva edición realizada por el productor Giles Martin, lo tenemos en gran calidad de sonido, incluye unos temas inéditos en vida como extra, espero que disfruten de este desempaquetado, no olviden dejar sus comentarios, suscribirse al canal de Youtube cada vez somos más los coleccionistas, como las demás redes sociales Facebook y Twitter @ipolarworks, que lo disfruten. ©2016 PolarWorks
Views: 1931 Polar Works
234. 1977's Old "Beatles At The Hollywood Bowl" Revisited
August 1964 - 50 Years Ago, The Beatles played at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.. they later returned in August 1965.
Views: 7575 MeanMrMayo
The Beatles at Hollywood Bowl - Twist And Shout (STEREO)
The Beatles live at Hollywood Bowl playing "Twist And Shout"
Views: 43334 Victor Linge
(Synced) The Beatles - Live At The Hollywood Bowl - August 30th, 1965
Los Angeles, California, USA This footage has been synced with audio from the actual performance at the Hollywood Bowl on August 30th. 00:00 Intro 00:20 Twist And Shout 01:00 She's A Woman 01:28 I Feel Fine 01:42 Dizzy Miss Lizzy 01:57 Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby/Can't Buy Me Love Outro
Views: 28792 Doctor Robert
Chuck Mangione - The Day After - (from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Chuck Mangione - The Day After - (from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Views: 6878 Vince3564
Vinyl Review - The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl + A Beatle Book
Proper review of the new Live At The Hollywood Bowl record. check out my all vinyl radio show: http://www.podcastgarden.com/podcast/needlemeetsvinyl
Views: 1102 Brian Bringelson
The Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl Unboxing & Review
El Capo Apertura lo ultimo de Los Beatles y te comenta si vale la pena darle duro.... Aca les paso el link para bajarse el album entero : https://1drv.ms/f/s!Ah10o5Q6uHJxgiRmT-_GMEprWWRC Seguilo al capo en sus locuras cotidianas : Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/El-Capo-Ninja/373106379492530 Twitter : https://twitter.com/ElCapoNinja El Podcast del Capo: http://elcaponinja.podomatic.com/
Views: 7552 El Capo Ninja
The Beatles - Long Tall Sally - Live
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) Paul McCartney Lead Vocals/Bass John Lennon Rhythm Guitar George Harrison Lead Guitar and Last But not least Ringo Starr Drums Plz Subscribe and ENJOY !!!! :) Follow me on instagram @thebeatles_fanclub
Views: 125049 minnesotaslim2144
Chuck Mangione - Love The Feelin' - (from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Chuck Mangione - Love The Feelin' - (from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Views: 14466 Vince3564
The Doors - Live at Bowl 68 (Full HQ Video + All Extras)
Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, June - 05 -1968, " That night, The Doors and Rock & Roll owned the Bowl! " A concert that would live on for decades as their best performance ever captured on film. For the first time ever, the band´s entire performance has been carefully restored from the original camera negatives to include lost performances of - Hello I Love You - The WASP (Texas Radio and The Big Beat) - and - Spanish Caravan - And a lot of extras presenting Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek and John Densmore commenting the show, the scene, the context and many unknown aspects of the era and about the band! A fantastic document of the legendary "band from Venice" in it´s best moment! All rights to the original owner! Main video songs: 01 Intro 02 When the Music´s Over 03 Alabama Song (Whisky Bar) 04 Back Door Man - Sorry! Removed due copyright claims! 05 Five To One 06 Back Door Man (Reprise) 07 The WASP (Texas Radio and The Big Beat) 08 Hello, I Love You 09 Moonlight Drive 10 Horse Latitudes 11 A little Game 12 The Hill Duellers 13 Spanish Caravan - Hey, what Would You Guys like To Hear? 14 Wake Up! 15 Light My Fire 16 Light My Fire (seque) 17 The Unknown Soldier 18 The End (seque) 19 The End - Edited, under copyright claims! Extras: - Echoes From The Bowl (20 min.) - You Had To Be There (19 min.) - Reworking The Doors (14 min.) Bonus tracks: - Wild Child - from The Smothers Brothers Show - Light My Fire - from The Jonathan Winters Show Notice! According to youtube it may not run properly in USA, Australia, New Zealand and Mexico!
Views: 666197 rock junior
2. Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl Review
In 1977 when George Martin and Geoff Emerick were mixing the album, they used a vacuum cleaner and reversed the air direction to act like a hair blow dryer to blow out cool air onto the obsolete 3-track tape machine in order to keep it from overheating. This album became a Billboard #1 record in 1977.
Views: 316 Jim Royal47
The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl review
Talking directly to the camera about the new reissue.
Views: 1374 Brian Husar
What We Thought of: The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl
TJR and Robert discuss their opinions on the new CD release: The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Views: 1369 Music Worth Buying
The Beatles - Eight Days a Week - Shea Stadium. Australia/New Zealand  Trailer
Shea Stadium Gig to Screen as Part of Theatrical Release of The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years. thebeatlesseightdaysaweek.com ONLY AVAILABLE IN THEATRES SEPTEMBER 15th The Beatles played Shea Stadium on August 15th 1965 in what was to be the first rock concert ever staged in a stadium in front of more than 55,000 people. The event was filmed using fourteen 35mm cameras by Ed Sullivan Productions and Brian Epstein and for the very first time, the fully restored, remastered, 30-minute performance will be available to screen as part of the worldwide theatrical release of Academy Award®-winner Ron Howard’s authorized documentary feature film, The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years. Only available in theatres, the 4K restoration with sound remastered at Abbey Road Studios by Giles Martin and Sam Okell, includes performances of the classic songs such as “A Hard Day’s Night,” “I’m Down,” “Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby” and “Dizzy Miss Lizzy.” Order tickets for the Shea performances at thebeatlesseightdaysaweek.com You can also order the companion album "The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl" here: CD: http://smarturl.it/BeatlesBowlCD LP: http://smarturl.it/BeatlesBowlLP
Views: 120451 The Beatles
Unboxing - The Beatles Live At The Hollywood Bowl (Novo Lançamento e Antigos Lançamentos).
Unboxing do novo lançamento dos Beatles referente aos seus shows no Hollywood Bowl. Unboxing Pure McCartney - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ij7B7IMUHE0
Views: 697 Charles Lennon
►If you are a big fan of all things entertainment, join our facebook group at... https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheEntertainmentWarehouse ►https://www.etsy.com/shop/ExtremeFrames ►https://www.ebay.com/usr/jaymz1984 ►https://www.facebook.com/ExtremeFrames ►https://www.facebook.com/NoLabelNetwork THE BEATLES: LAST NIGHT IN HAMBURG *OUT OF PRINT* The Beatles' December 1962 performances at the Star Club in Hamburg, Germany, have been reissued countless times over the years (in the U.S. as well as Europe). Offering 28 of those performances, Last Night in Hamburg is a German release from 1999. These performances take listeners back to a time when The Beatles were about to become huge; they were still playing small clubs, but it wouldn't be long before the Fab Four started selling out huge sports arenas. This CD is devoted almost exclusively to covers; "I Saw Her Standing There" and "Ask Me Why" are among the few Lennon-McCartney originals. Early rock & roll songs are a major focus, and The Beatles put their stamp on some Chuck Berry classics ("Roll Over Beethoven," "Little Queenie," "Sweet Little Sixteen") as well as Ray Charles' "Hallelujah, I Love Her So" and Carl Perkins' "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby." But The Beatles also embrace a variety of pre-rock gems, which range from the Johnny Mercer standard "I Remember You" to the English-language version of Conseulo Velázquez's "Besame Mucho." And the group is instantly recognizable whether it is exploring rockabilly or Broadway standards; although The Beatles sound like diamonds in the rough on these performances, they had clearly developed a very distinctive sound. Despite the CD's flaws and shortcomings, historians will find Last Night in Hamburg to be an interesting document of the Fab Four's club days. Track Listing 1. I Saw Her Standing There 0:00 2. I'm Going To Sit Down And Cry 2:36 3. Roll Over Beethoven 5:20 4. The Hippy Hippy Shake 7:34 5. Sweet Little Sixteen 9:21 6. Lend Me Your Comb 12:06 7. Your Feets Too Big 13:55 8. Where Have You Been All My Life 16:15 9. Twist And Shout 18:01 10. Mr. Moonlight 20:05 11. A Taste Of Honey 22:29 12. Besame Mucho 24:25 13. Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby 26:34 14. Kansas City 29:33 15. Nothin' Shakin' 32:05 16. To Know Her Is To Love Her 33:33 17. Little Queenie 36:47 18. Falling In Love Again 40:51 19. Sheila 42:53 20. Be-Bop-A-Lula 44:55 21. Hallelujah, I Love Her So 47:22 22. Ask Me Why 49:31 23. Red Sails In The Sunset 52:08 24. Matchbox 54:55 25. I'm Talking About You 57:39 26. I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate 59:40 27. Long Tall Sally 1:01:56 28. I Remember You 1:03:43
Things We Said Today #194 - Kit O’Toole, Hollywood Bowl LP, Beatles LOVE 10th
Kit O'Toole, author of "Songs We Were Singing," a in-depth study of Beatles songs, joins Steve, Ken and Al (Allan is away) to talk about how John and Yoko used advertising practices in selling peace. We also discuss the announcement of the new Beatles Hollywood Bowl album, and talk more on the Beatles "LOVE" 10th anniversary in Las Vegas.
Chuck Mangione - Main Squeeze - (from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Chuck Mangione - Main Squeeze - (from LP) : Live At The Hollywood Bowl
Views: 4600 Vince3564
The Beatles - Help! [Blackpool Night Out, ABC Theatre, Blackpool, United Kingdom]
Television: Sunday 01/08/1965 The Beatles made just one television appearance in Britain to promote the Help! album; other shows had to run pre-recorded clips instead. Blackpool Night Out was made by ABC TV, and was filmed at the ABC Theatre in Blackpool. It was shown by all but one of the ITV companies across the UK, in a live broadcast between 9.10pm and 10.05pm. The group closed with Help!, following John Lennon's tongue-in-cheek announcement to McCartney: "Thank you Ringo, that was wonderful". And also my other page: https://www.facebook.com/TheHDBeatles https://twitter.com/TheHDBeatles https://vk.com/HDBeatles
Views: 13170456 HDBeatles
Psyko's Platters:Episode 146:Review of Beatles Live at Hollwood Bowl n extra discussion
Mighty Psyko has returned with a review episode of the brand new Beatles release"Live at the Hollywood Bowl" which takes the original 1964/65 concert tapes and remaster and cleans up well for this release..also additional discussion about the Beatles live history and what is out there that could be for future potential release.....Watch,enjoy,like and subscribe please and thanx for the continued viewing,comments and the like offered here in this musical public forum that this channel is for.Take Care and have a great week all
Views: 736 Psyko's Platters

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