Freitag 1. September 2017: THE BEATLES: Light blue-Vinyl-LP THE BEATLES ABROAD – THE 1965 NORTH AMERICAN TOUR IN WORDS & MUSIC
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Seite 1: Track 1: introduction – Help! (partly) – Brian Matthew interviews Paul (1:03). Track 2: Twist And Shout (studio) (2:40). Track 3: Brian Matthew talks with fans (1:46). Track 4: Tell Me What You See (studio) (2:34). Track 5: Brian Matthew talks to John about Shea Stadium concert (0:53). Track 6: I’m Down (studio) (2:26). Track 7: Brian Matthew talks to George and John (2:23). Track 8: I’ve Just Seen A Face (studio) (1:59). Track 9: Brian Matthew talks to George (3:46). Track 10: You Like Me Too Much (studio) (2:24). Track 11: Brian Matthew talks to Ringo (2:10). Track 12: Act Naturally (studio) (1:12).
Seite 2: Track 13: Brian Matthew talks to Paul about longevity (2:47). Track 14: Yesterday (studio) (1:56). Track 15: Brian Matthew talks to George about guitars (1:14). Track 16: Dizzy Miss Lizzy (studio) (2:50). Track 17: Brian Matthew comments (0:18). Track 18: Help! (studio) (2:15). Track 19: Fritz Spiegl: Beatles Medley – outro (0:29). Track 20: Brian Matthew talks about the Beatles in New York – talks with fans – interview part with John – interview part with George – interview part with Ringo – interview part with Paul – interview part with George – interview with John – interview part with George – comment by Brian Matthew – talk from fan (14:11).
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Pressetext: The Beatles summer 1965 tour of North America including a record-breaking appearance at New Yorks Shea Stadium on August 15th 1965 was covered on behalf of the BBC by the veteran pop broadcaster Brian Matthew. Travelling with the band between August 15th and 20th, he enjoyed good access, despite the hectic circumstances, and upon his return to the UK prepared THE BEATLES ABROAD. Originally transmitted on Monday, August 30th a bank holiday the fascinating documentary is presented here together with background notes, images and a very special bonus track of interviews.