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The Beatles Live At Budokan 1966 MP3 CD Download USB Flash Drive

The Beatles Live At Budokan 1966 MP3 CD Download USB Flash Drive
The Beatles Live At Budokan 1966 MP3 CD Download USB Flash Drive
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Their Complete First Performance At Budokan Hall Tokyo June 30th 1966! All 12 Songs PLUS Their After-Concert Press Conference In 13 Individual MP3 Files PLUS The Entire Concert In 1 Continous MP3 File! 68 Minutes Packed Into 14 MP3s Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #Beatles1966BudokanConcert #BeatlesBudokanConcert #Beatles1966NipponBudokanConcert #BeatlesNipponBudokanConcert #BeatlesConcerts #Beatles #TheBeatles #Budokan #NipponBudokan #BeatlesLive #RockConcerts #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload #USBFlashDrive


Contents:

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' 1966 Tour Of Germany, Japan And The Philippines: On June 30, 1966, The Beatles became the first rock group to perform at Budokan when they begin a series of five shows held between June 30 and July 2, 1966. Their appearances were met with opposition from those who felt the appearance of a western pop group would defile the martial arts arena. The band's setlist included their new single, "Paperback Writer", but no songs from their recently completed album, Revolver. Often marked by poor playing, the shows highlighted the division between what the group could achieve when performing live as a four-piece with inadequate amplification and the more complex music they were able to create in the recording studio. The tour signalled a change in the Beatlemania phenomenon, as violent measures were used to control crowds for the first time and the band became a symbol of societal division between conservative and liberal thinking. The bookings at the Budokan, a venue reserved for martial arts, offended many traditionalists in Japan, resulting in death threats to the Beatles and a heightened police presence throughout their stay. Nevertheless, the stay in Tokyo established an enduring bond between the Beatles and Japan, where each of the band members visited or performed in the decades following the group's break-up in April 1970. #Beatles1966TourOfJapan #Beatles1966Tour #Beatles1966TourOfGermanyJapanAndThePhilippines #NipponBudokan #Budokan #Beatles #TheBeatles #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive