Recording and mixing the Shea Stadium concert

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  1. Ken Orth says:

    Another misconception: “this was the very first pop concert taking place in a stadium.” Stadiums played by the group during the 1964 US/Canada tour: Vancouver, Jacksonville and Kansas City.

  2. ANGEL says:

    what prevents the commercial release of this concert on DVD ?

  3. Ian says:

    It took a year to resolve a legal dispute between “Sid Bernstein Presents” and Apple over who owned the copyright over the footage. The case wasn’t concluded until July 2017, which was almost a year after the cinema screenings and 7 or 8 months after the DVD release.

  4. Hopefully it will come out in 2025. By which most of the people who were there will not be here…but everywhere.

  5. Adam Schwartz says:

    My father took me and my brother to see the Beatles at Shea Stadium on August 15, 1965. I was 8 years old. I remember almost the entire day & night. I even remember a technician with a Beatles haircut hanging out in the 3rd base dugout and every time he stood on the stairs to the field, the stadium would start roaring, thinking it was a Beatle. And when they announced the WMCA Good Guys, everyone thought they were going to introduce the Beatles so the entire stadium started booing and then started chanting “We Want The Beatles!”, drowning out the Good Guys, who were performing.

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