Beatles - Anthology (Region 1 DVD)

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This DVD relase of The Beatles Anthology contains all 8 original video programs on 4 DVDs. Includes bonus disc of more Anthology programming, plus previously unreleaed music. This is a must have for Beatles fans! Includes: 5 DVDs in all! Disc Titles:1)Beatles Anthology The Beatles 51:00 2)Beatles Anthology The Beatles 24:00 3)Beatles Anthology The Beatles 10:00 4)Beatles Anthology The Beatles 35:00 5)Beatles Anthology Copy Copy 2 The Beatles 28:00

Product Details

Barcode
724349297593
Department
Music
Released
1 Apr 2003
Artist
Beatles
Format
DVD
Genre
Rock
Label
Capitol
Region
Region 1
Tracks
[Disc 1]
  1. Side #1 - Episodes 1 & 2 Liverpool: The Childhood Years 7:35
  2. Discovering Rock & Roll 11:20
  3. John, Paul & George - the Beginning of the Beatles 5:21
  4. First Recordings 1958-1960 2:55
  5. Stuart Sutcliffe 3:18
  6. Early Tours 6:58
  7. Pete Best 2:07
  8. Hamburg 13:15
  9. Growing Pains 1:08 Stuart Sutcliffe Leaves 2:07
  10. The Cavern 4:08
  11. Decca Sessions 1:28
  12. George Martin 1:39
  13. Ringo Arrives 4:44
  14. Love Me Do 3:12
  15. Please Please Me - "We're No. 1" 7:25
  16. Racing Up the Ladder 11:01
  17. Touring Britain - 1963 11:28
  18. London - 1963 4:01
  19. Early Television Appearances 3:44
  20. Voice Clips from Abbey Road Studios 4:55
  21. Reflections on Sudden Fame 5:13
  22. Beatlemania 4:40
  23. Royal Variety Performance 9:40
  24. Second Album: "With the Beatles" 9:40
  25. Olympia Theatre, Paris - 1964 1:22
  26. I Want to Hold Your Hand Reaches No. 1 in the U.S. 5:49
[Disc 2]
  1. Episodes 3 & 4 Arrival in the U.S. - February 1964 9:57
  2. First Appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show 3:54
  3. The Coliseum Concert - Washington, D.C. 10:28
  4. Reception at the British Embassy 1:06
  5. Miami Beach 3:02
  6. Second Appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show 3:52
  7. Return to England 1:53
  8. They're Going to Put Us in the Movies! 3:02
  9. Filming "A Hard Day's Night" 10:52
  10. In His Own Write 1:59
  11. World Tour 1964 14:44
  12. World Premiere of "A Hard Day's Night" 2:13
  13. Liverpool Homecoming 5:42
  14. First Major U.S. Tour - Summer, 1964 9:09
  15. Meeting Bob Dylan 3:02
  16. The Pressures of Touring 6:12
  17. Feedback - "I Feel Fine" 3:49
  18. Recording "Beatles for Sale" 8:49
  19. Filming "Help!" 14:25
  20. Yesterday 5:10
  21. Nme Poll Winners' Concert - April 11, 1965 1:57
  22. George Talks About His Songs 4:08
  23. Ticket to Ride 2:42
  24. The Beatles Receive the Mbe from the Queen 11:01
[Disc 3]
  1. Episodes 5 & 6 Shea Stadium Concert - August 15, 1965 15:36
  2. Meeting Elvis Presley 5:02
  3. More Tour Pressure 2:31
  4. New Musical Directions: "Rubber Soul" and "Revolver" 8:19
  5. Yellow Submarine 3:39
  6. Tomorrow Never Knows 1:27
  7. Technical Limitations in the Studio 2:54
  8. LSD 3:15
  9. Day Tripper 3:15
  10. We Can Work It Out 2:45
  11. Taped TV Promotional Films 1:36
  12. Paperback Writer 2:54
  13. Rain 2:59
  14. World Tour 1966 15:25
  15. Trouble in the Philippines 8:33
  16. Eleanor Rigby 9:24
  17. Touring Takes It's Toll 2:35
  18. The Last Concert - San Francisco, August 19, 1966 4:51
  19. Individual Directions 5:43
  20. The Making of "Strawberry Fields Forever" 5:49
  21. Penny Lane 5:16
  22. SGT. Pepper's 5:34
  23. A Day in the Life 10:07
  24. Reaction to "SGT. Pepper's" 3:06
  25. Drugs Reflect the Times 4:37
  26. Baby You're a Rich Man 5:04
[Disc 4]
  1. Episodes 7 & 8 Satellite Broadcast of "All You Need Is Love" 10:09
  2. Meeting the Maharishi 4:17
  3. Brian Epstein's Death 8:16
  4. Magical Mystery Tour 10:04
  5. I Am the Walrus 5:10
  6. Hello Goodbye 3:43
  7. The Apple Boutique 2:20
  8. Rishikesh, India 8:41
  9. Apple Records 7:58
  10. Lady Madonna 2:26
  11. Yellow Submarine 4:03
  12. John Meets Yoko Ono 6:22
  13. The "White" Album 9:22
  14. Revolution 3:19
  15. The Apple Boutique Closes 2:49
  16. Hey Jude 7:29
  17. Recording at Twickenham Studios 9:51
  18. Billy Preston Sits in 2:58
  19. The Long and Winding Road 3:49
  20. The Rooftop Concert January 30, 1969 10:02
  21. Let It Be 3:58
  22. Paul Marries Linda, John Marries Yoko 3:05
  23. The Ballad of John and Yoko 2:55
  24. Comments on the Break-Up of the Band 5:29
  25. Abbey Road 8:54
  26. Free As a Bird 7:48
Year
2003
Supply Source
USA

Music Show

Title
Beatles Anthology
Release Year
1996
Language
English
Alternate Title
Beatles - Anthology
Categories
Musical & Performing Arts / Biography / Pop Music / Anthology / Beatles / Clips And Highlights / History / Interviews / Live Concerts / Music (General) / Music Video / Pop/Rock / Rock And Roll
Synopsis
A deluxe, multi-volume chronicle of the complete history of the Beatles, THE BEATLES ANTHOLOGY is the definitive documentary, featuring 10 hours of footage culled from interviews, live concerts, studio sessions, feature films, home movies and more. Twenty-five years after the Beatles' breakup, Paul, George, and Ringo reunited to offer new perspectives on their lives and their bitter 1970 separation. ANTHOLOGY traces the roots of the group with striking archival footage and photographs. The collection offers a wealth of unreleased early Beatles material, some of it long presumed lost and some previously available only on bootlegs--from pre-Ringo practice sessions to early-'60s tracks with fabbed-up versions of pop standards like "Ain't She Sweet" and "Besame Mucho." The live side of the band is well represented too, by such unforgettable items as Ringo tearing through "I Wanna Be Your Man" and "Boys" at a 1964 TV taping, and John ripping into "Twist & Shout" at the band's 1963 Royal Command Performance.
Notes
Broadcast over the ABC Television Network November 19, 22, & 23, 1995.

wo new songs written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, "Free As a Bird" and "Real Love", debut in this documentary.

The compact disc went on sale in the USA at midnight, November 21, 1995.

The CD is a collection of rare and unreleased Beatles recordings. Among the rare materials on the first CD volume are recordings by The Quarry Men (a band featuring a teenaged John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison); five songs from The Beatles' unsuccessful audition for Decca Records on January 1, 1962; live tracks from various television appearances; and alternate versions of several early Beatles songs.

"The Beatles Anthology" was nominated for the following Emmy Awards: Best Documentary Series; Outstanding Informational Series; Outstanding Picture Editing; and Outstanding Sound Editing

Writer Bob Smeaton was also the series director.

The DVD release contains a bonus disc featuring a further 80 minutes of rare and previously unseen material. Extra footage includes a 46-minute performance by Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, filmed when the three briefly reconvened in the Summer or 1994. The material they perform reverts back to songs originating from their early club days in Liverpool and Hamburg, including "Blue Moon of Kentucky," "Ain't She Sweet," "Sweet Georgia Brown," and many more.

Archival material for the production was obtained from the following sources:
Estate of John Lennon and Yoko Ono Lennon
MPL Communications, Ltd.; Apple Corp. Ltd.; Archive Films; BBC Sound Archive; BBC Television; Jerry H. Bishop; British Movietonews Ltd.; British Pathe News Ltd.; CBC; CBS News Archive; The Daily Mirror; Dennis Elsas; The Evening Standard (Solo Syndication Ltd.); Flower Films; Granada Television Ltd.; Huntley Film Archives, Ltd.; ITN; Larry Kane; KCNC-TV 1994 NBC Subsidiary; KLOS-LA; KRON TV; Las Vegas News Bureau; Mark Lewisohn; Lumiere Pictures Ltd.; The Manila Chronicle; Brian Matthew; MGM Inc.; Elliot Mintz; NBC Inc.; Reuters Television Library; David Sheff; Sherman Grinberg Film Libraries, Inc.; Sony Music; Subafilms Ltd.; Tyne Tees Television; Walter Shenson Films Ltd.; WCPO-TV Cincinnati; Scripps Howard Broadcasting; Jann S. Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine; WGN-TV; WISH-TV; WNEW FM; Worldwide Television News Corp.; WPLJ FM; WTMJ; and Footage from the 1968 Comeback Special courtesy of Lightyear Entertainment and Elvis Presley Enterprises.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
  • Region 1
  • 5-Disc Boxed Set
  • Full Frame - 1.33
Audio:
  • Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
  • DTS Surround 5.1 - English
  • PCM Surround 5.1 - English
Bonus Disc:
  • Additional Footage - 1. THREETLES IN GARDEN ("Ain't She Sweet" and "Baby What You Want Me To Do" performances, plus stories)
  • 2. THREETLES JAMMING ("Blue Moon of Kentucky," "Thinking of Linking," and "Raunchy" performances)
  • 3. GEORGE MARTIN IN THE CONTROL ROOM (Playing back an extended "A Day in the Life (Take 1)" and discussing the song)
  • 4. THE THREETLES AT ABBEY ROAD STUDIOS - MAY 1995 (listening to take 1 of "Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight" and "Tomorrow Never Knows" with producer George Martin)
  • 5. Never-before-seen recording of "Free As a Bird" and "Real Love"
  • 6. Interviews - 1. George Martin, Neil Aspinall, Derek Taylor, and the Anthology editing staff
  • 7. The Making-of "Free As a Bird" video
  • 8. "Real Love" music video version 2
Cast & Crew
Director
Geoff Wonfor
Screenwriter
Bob Smeaton
Featured
Neil Aspinall / Bob Dylan / Brian Epstein / David Frost / George Harrison / Jimi Hendrix / John Lennon / George Martin / Linda McCartney / Paul McCartney / Eric Morecambe / Yoko Ono / Billy Preston / Ringo Starr / Ed Sullivan / Ernie Wise
Subject
Beatles
Movie Critics
Entertainment Weekly
"...The aptly named ANTHOLOGY remains the definitive Beatleography....The doc puts all its stock in the insights from the only men who really knew what it meant to be a Beatle..."
Michael Sauter (11 Apr 2003, p.61)
Mojo
"[A]s candid as you'll get..."
Mojo Staff (1 Dec 2004, p.64)
USA Today
"...This Fab Four collection is a permanently valuable bookshelf reference trove and a rapturous docu-musical entertainment. It's also the video event of the year..."
Mike Clark (6 Sep 1996, p.3D)

The Beatles

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The most successful band in musical history.
Formed in Liverpool UK during the 1960's
The lineup comprised John Lennon (vocals, guitar, keyboards), Paul McCartney (bass, guitar, vocals), George Harrison (guitar, vocals), and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals).

Following an initial period as a straightforward Mersey-beat group, later recordings saw them experiment with psychedelia, incorporating innovative production techniques involving tape loops and other effects. Although the group split in 1970, they have continued to release special products.

Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 (Performer).
Members
  • George Harrison
  • John Lennon
  • Paul McCartney
  • Pete Best
  • Richard Starkey
  • Stuart Sutcliffe
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