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The Beatles Live At Shea Stadium 1965 DVD MP4 Download USB Flash Drive

The Beatles Live At Shea Stadium 1965 DVD MP4 Download USB Flash Drive
The Beatles Live At Shea Stadium 1965 DVD MP4 Download USB Flash Drive
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The Complete Premiere Performance Of The Beatles At Shea Stadium August 15th 1965! 32 Minutes Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #Beatles1965SheaStadiumConcert #BeatlesSheaStadiumConcert #BeatlesConcerts #Beatles #TheBeatles #Beatlemania #SheaStadium #TheBeatles1965USTour #Beatles1965USTour #SidBernstein #StadiumRock #BeatlesLive #RockConcerts #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


01 - Introduction

02 - Twist And Shout

03 - I Feel Fine

04 - Dizzy Miss Lizzy

05 - Ticket To Ride

06 - Can't Buy Me Love

07 - Baby's In Black

08 - A Hard Day's Night

09 - Help!

10 - I'm Down

The Beatles' 1965 US Tour: The Shea Stadium Concert: The opening show of the Beatles 1965 tour of the United States was at Shea Stadium in the New York borough of Queens, on August 15, 1965. It set records for attendance and revenue generation, and was one of the most famous concert events of its era. Promoter Sid Bernstein said, "Over 55,000 people saw the Beatles at Shea Stadium. We took 304K USD, the greatest gross ever in the history of show business." It remained the highest concert attendance in the United States until 1973, when Led Zeppelin played to an audience of 56,000 in Tampa, Florida. This demonstrated that outdoor concerts on a large scale could be successful and profitable. The Beatles received 160K USD for their performance, which equated to 100 USD for each second they were on stage. For this concert, the Young Rascals, a New York band championed by Bernstein, were added to the bill. The Beatles were transported to the rooftop Port Authority Heliport at the World's Fair by a New York Airways Boeing Vertol 107-II helicopter, then took a Wells Fargo armoured truck to Shea Stadium. Two thousand security personnel were at the venue to handle crowd control. The crowd was confined to the spectator areas of the stadium, with nobody other than the band members, their entourage, and security personnel allowed on the field. As a result of this, the audience was a long distance away from the band while they played on a small stage in the middle of the field. "Beatlemania" was at one of its highest marks at the Shea Concert. Film footage taken at the concert shows many teenagers and women crying, screaming, and even fainting. The crowd noise was such that security guards can be seen covering their ears as the Beatles enter the field. Despite the heavy security presence, individual fans broke onto the field a number of times during the concert and had to be chased down and restrained. Concert film footage also shows John Lennon light-heartedly pointing out one such incident as he attempted to talk to the audience in between songs. The deafening level of crowd noise, coupled with the distance between the band and the audience, meant that nobody in the stadium could hear much of anything. Vox had specially designed 100-watt amplifiers for this tour; however, it was still not anywhere near loud enough, so the Beatles used the house amplification system. Lennon described the noise as "wild" and also twice as deafening when the Beatles performed. On-stage "fold-back" speakers were not in common use in 1965, rendering the Beatles' playing inaudible to each other, forcing them to just play through a list of songs nervously, not knowing what kind of sound was being produced, or whether they were playing in unison. The Beatles section of the concert was extremely short by modern standards (just 30 minutes) but was the typical 1965 Beatles tour set list, with Starr opting to sing "Act Naturally" instead of "I Wanna Be Your Man". Referring to the enormity of the 1965 concert, Lennon later told Bernstein: "You know, Sid, at Shea Stadium I saw the top of the mountain." Barrow described it as "the ultimate pinnacle of Beatlemania" and "the group's brightly-shining summer solstice". The band were astonished at the spectacle of the event, to which Lennon responded by acting in a mock-crazed manner and reducing Harrison to hysterical laughter as they played the closing song, "I'm Down". Starr later said: "I feel that on that show John cracked up ... not mentally ill, but he just got crazy ... playing the piano with his elbows." In the view of music critic Richie Unterberger, "there are few more thrilling Beatles concert sequences than the 'I'm Down' finale". The concert was attended by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones and their manager, Andrew Loog Oldham. Afterwards, the Beatles spent the evening and part of the next day socialising with Bob Dylan in their suite in the Warwick Hotel.