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BEATLES: Shea (the Good Old Days) LP (color cover, very sl ring wear, tiny stai. THE BEATLES Last Live Show IN SHRINK RED COLORED Vinyl TMOQ LP Shea 1966. THE BEATLES 1965 SHEA STADIUM 60's CONCERT POSTER art NEW YORK JOHN LENNON RINGO. Beatles Shea Stadium Plate 1992 COA Box 6 Concert Porcelain Bradford Delphi. The Beatles Vintage Live Recording LP Record Album Shea The Good Old Days.
The good old days is a term used when referring to better times in the past. The Good Old Days or Good Old Days may also refer to: The Good Old Days (film), a 1940 British film. The Good Old Days (UK TV series), a popular BBC television light entertainment television program which ran from 1953 to 1983. The Good Old Days (Hong Kong TV series), a 1996 Hong Kong period drama series. Good Old Days" (Leroy Shield song), 1930 theme song for the Our Gang comedies, now known as The Little Rascals.
Fifty years ago today, the Beatles played Shea Stadium in their most famous concert. But it also resulted in one of their finest recordings. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty. Leaving festivals like Woodstock and Monterey aside, there is no more famous gig in rock & roll history than when the Beatles played Shea Stadium, an orange and blue ass pit of a venue in front of 56,000 mostly teenyboppers on August 15th, 1965. It is a gig one might even term infamous, for all of the misunderstanding it has generated over the years, with one old saw after another getting parroted in the various histories.
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The Beatles At Shea Stadium concerts ended in 1966 with their final Queens New York Performance on August 23 1966. The Beatles At Shea Stadium. It was fifty years ago today on August 23rd 1966 that the Beatles played their last date at New York’s Shea Stadium. The Beatles final Shea Stadium performance came a year after their initial concert on August 15th 1965 at Shea Stadium. It’s funny how things changed dramatically only one year later. The August 23rd concert did not sell out. There have been reports that over eleven thousand seats went unsold.
The Beatles set an attendance record on Aug. 15, 1965, performing before 55,600 fans at New York's Shea Stadium. The Beatles were flown by helicopter from Manhattan to the World's Fair site next to the stadium in Queens. A Wells Fargo armored car brought the group onto the field, where a stage was set up on second base. Fans were fenced in to protect both the band and the infield grass. What I remember most about the concert was that we were so far away from the audience," said Ringo Starr, also in Anthology. It was just very distant at Shea. Sure, we were big-time, and it was the first time we'd played to thousands and thousands of people, and we were the first band to do it,.
|A1||Twist And Shout||1:14|
|A2||You Can't Do That||2:20|
|A3||All My Loving||1:50|
|A4||She Loves You||2:06|
|A5||Things We Said Today||2:04|
|A6||Roll Over Beethoven||2:08|
|B1||Can't Buy Me Love||1:53|
|B2||If I Fell||2:10|
|B3||I Want To Hold Your Hand||2:08|
|B5||Hard Days Night||2:10|
|B6||Long Tall Sally||1:50|
NotesBlack and white image on front, blank on back. Only inscription in dead wax is "XXXXXXXXXX" repeated twice on each side.
This is actually the Hollywood Bowl concert on 08/23/1964 and was originally released as "Back in 64 At The Hollywood Bowl." Labels have only "1" and "2" on them.
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