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The Beatles Live At L'Olympia Theater 1964 MP3 CD Audio Download
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Selections From The Beatles' Live Appearances At The Olympia Hall In Paris, France January 16th - February 3rd, Immediately Before Their Historic First Trip To America, Presented As An Archival Quality MP3 CD, MP3 Audio Download Or USB Flash Drive! #TheBeatles #TheOlympia #Olympia #OlympiaParis #LOlympia #IWantToHoldYourHand #BeatMusic #BritishBeat #Merseybeat #BritishInvasion #BritishRock #CapitalRecords #RockMusic #RockAndRoll #RockNRoll #MP3 #CD #AudioDownload
00A - Beatles Interview
00B - Trini Lopez - If I Had A Hammer
00C - Robert Marcy Comments
01 - From Me To You
02 - This Boy (January 19, 1964)
03 - I Want To Hold Your Hand
04 - She Loves You (January 19, 1964)
05 - Twist And Shout
05A - Robert Marcy's Comment
06 - I Saw Her Standing There
07 - This Boy (Master Recording Incomplete)
08 - Twist And Shout
09 - From Me To You (Master Recording Incomplete)
10 - Long Tall Sally
11 - From Be To You (Master Recording Incomplete)
12 - From Me To You (19 Jan '64)
January 16, 1964: The Beatles stage their first public performance of 1964 at the L'Olympia Theater in Paris. Immediately before the Beatles' historic first trip to America, the Beatles performed at the Olympia for eighteen days (January 16 - February 4 1964), playing two and sometimes three shows a day. They were staying at the Hotel George V and after returning at the end of their first day, they were told that "I Want to Hold Your Hand" had reached number one in America. The Olympia, commonly known as L'Olympia or in the English-speaking world as Olympia Hall, is a concert venue in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, France, located at 28 Boulevard des Capucines. The hall was opened in 1893 by one of the two co-creators of the Moulin Rouge venue, and saw many opera, ballet, and music hall performances. Theatrical performances declined in the late 1920s and the Olympia was converted into a cinema, before re-opening as a venue in 1954 with Bruno Coquatrix as executive director. Since the 1960s, it has been a popular venue for rock bands.