The Beatles. Live At The Washington Coliseum, 1964.

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On February 11, 1964 the Beatles played their legendary first American concert at the Washington Coliseum.

Watch the trailer of this legendary show here, you can watch the full length film on iTunes! (http://www.itunes.com/thebeatles)

“Live at the Washington Coliseum, 1964” concert film will stream on iTunes for free for the remainder of this calendar year.

A special digital “Beatles Stereo Box Set” on iTunes contains the 13 remastered studio albums with iTunes LPs and all mini-documentaries, “Past Masters,” and the “Live at the Washington Coliseum, 1964” concert film in its entirety.

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  • 爆音機並みの声を張り上げていた少女は
    今、この映像を見て何を思うかな?
    これも青春時代の一コマだね^^

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  • Imagine if the couldn't make it to Sullivan

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  • This same month Feb 1964 the Beatles appeared on stage in my home town east ham London we went outside the theatre didn't have tickets the girls mobbed the road and the traffic couldn't get through when I returned home I watched it on tv news the scenes I had been amongst a few hours before they were great times to be young.

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  • They had been together for seveal years already, and played in Europe–were used to the press and media, had the confidence and cheekyness , not to be overawed by adoration. What we now call–COOL.

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  • Aaah I see – the Beatles were created by an conspiracy of elites to distract America from finding the real murderer of JFK !

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  • 5 Years Later on January 30, 1969 they would be giving their Last Concert on a Roof Top in London in the middle of a workday with Log Hair and a Catalogue of Music that will Endure Humanity!

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  • 5 Years Later on January 30, 1969 they would be giving their Last Concert on a Roof Top in London in the middle of a workday with Log Hair and a Catalogue of Music that will Endure Humanity!

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  • I wonder how hard it was to restore this footage. It was probably riddled with dirt and tears.

    Edit: I'm surprised the footage wasn't made of gold.

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  • The hysteria or the amount of energy emanating from teenage girls at that one place, Washington colosseum was probably never quite repeated again. You just had to experience it there.

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  • My godfather went to see The Beatles at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto in the 60’s he couldn’t hear the music many girls just went to see them he went to see them perform his favourite Beatles songs he wanted to hear the music

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  • The Beatles- All My Loving
    One Direction-What Makes You Beautiful
    Never compared…

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  • Those young men had no clue of what they had become. You look at their faces , sense of innocence and enjoyment of their music , after their tour in Usa , everything change and became the most successful band ever.

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  • These guys elevated "Rock 'n Roll" into a realm of their own…they owned the charts. Amazingly, their music makes more money today from sales(2 1/2 Billion albums sold)…than all those years ago. "Beatles 1" album sells over a thousand copies a week in 2016 ! How many Beatles "tribute bands" exist ? …who knows…

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  • Sí, éramos ingénuos e inocentes! y teníamos toda la vida por delante, con The Beatles fué todo más ilusionante, ellos cambiaron las reglas!

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  • love the beatles music I'm a proud liverpool lad I love my city.

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  • I don't buy into the displacement of love for JFK. I call bullshit. Love the Beatles but the psycho-babble about the Kennedy connection is silly.

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    Read "The Present" at truthcontestcom

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  • I lived there and couldn't get tickets! Had to wait until Aug.1966 to see them at DC Stadium. What an innocent time…I was so in love with Paul. Still am!

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