The Beatles - Eight Days a Week The Touring Years (2016, 2xBlu-ray)

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    The Beatles - Eight Days a Week The Touring Years (2016, 2xBlu-ray)

    Title: The Beatles - Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years
    Year of release: 2016
    Genre: Rock, dokumentation, historie, musik
    Released: StudioCanal, Polygram Entertainment, Apple Corps, Imagine Entertainment
    Director: Ron Howard
    Cast: The Beatles, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Wuppi Goldberg, Elvis Costello, Eddie Izzard, Sigourney Weaver, Neil Armstrong


    No, there's nothing particularly revelatory here. But director Ron Howard, who put together the 2013 Jay-Z concert pic Made in America, catches the exhilarating kick of Beatlemania as the band toured 15 countries from 1963 to 1966. Everything is here, from the band's hysteria-making American television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show to Lennon's controversial remark that the Beatles "are more popular than Jesus." Paul McCartney provides context: "By the end, it became quite complicated. But at the beginning, things were really simple." True, that.
    In fresh interviews, McCartney and Ringo Starr offer comments that Howard joins to archival observations from John Lennon and George Harrison. There are hints at what soured the Beatles on live performance (crowd frenzy, crappy amplification) and pushed them toward in-studio experimentation. The Far Four claim their bond got them through, wondering how Elvis did it alone. Sweet trumps bitter as viewers revel - through concert footage and fan-sourced clips - in the youthful sights and sounds that peaked at Shea Stadium in 1965. Whoopi Goldberg offers her own teenage testimony, recalling how her mother took her to see that Shea concert. "They were colorless," says Whoopi, who felt like she "could be friends with them."
    Howard backgrounds the doc in an era of civil rights, pointing out that the Beatles refused to play to a segregated audience in Jacksonville, Florida. They integrated the Gator Bowl. Still, the documentary rightly keeps coming back to the music and the band's delight in making it. Good move. It truly is a joy forever. --Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

    1. Don't be nervous, John
    2. She loves you
    3. Where are we going fellas?
    4. Twist and shout
    5. Number 1 in America
    6. All my loving
    7. The guy who got us famous
    8. I saw her standing there
    9. We wrote on the road
    10. Can't buy me love
    11. You can do that
    12. The fantasy version of the Beatles
    13. Roll over Beethoven
    14. 25 cities in 30 days
    15. Boys
    16. The studio was our little haven
    17. Doing a film again
    18. Help!
    19. Everybody's trying to be my baby
    20. The biggest show of them all
    21. Dizzy miss Lizzy
    22. More experimental
    23. Nowhere man
    24. The Beatles circus
    25. Don't let me down / I've got a feeling

    1. Words & Music
    2. Early Clues To A New Direction
    3. The Beatles Live 1963-1965
    4. A Deeper Drive
    5. An alternative opening for the film
    6. Credits

    Quality: 2xBlu-ray
    Video: MPEG-4 AVC Video / 32500 kbps / 1080p / 23.976 fps / 16:9 / High Profile 4.1
    Audio: English Dolby Digital Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 640 kbps
    Audio: English LPCM Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit
    Audio: English DTS-HD Master Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 3572 kbps / 24-bit
    Total Size: 55.96 GB
    Total Time: 01:45:52, 02:39:44

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