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On Our Way - The Beatles - The Ed Sullivan Shows (CD)

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  1. After a few sound bites from The Beatles, Cronkite gave his traditional sign off, "And that's the way it is, Friday, February 7, " And that's the way it was. Forty-nine hours later, 73 million Americans would gather around television sets to see The Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show.
  2. The Story Behind The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. by Bruce Spizer, Beatles author and historian. On Sunday, Feb. 9, , over 73 million Americans gathered around television sets to see what all the excitement was about. For several weeks American radio stations had been saturating the airwaves with Beatles .
  3. The Beatles performed a finished version of the song live at Apple Studios on 31 January ; this performance was included in both the Let It Be film and album. The clip was also broadcast on The Ed Sullivan Show on 1 March as the final appearance by the Beatles on the mochisipypomarasterepyreebil.coinfo: Folk rock.
  4. Jun 05,  · But at the beginning of that summer, the band’s old friend Ed Sullivan came calling wanting The Beatles to perform where American Beatlemania had all started in early , The Ed Sullivan Show.
  5. The Beatles' First Appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," On Feb. 9, , The Beatles made their first live U.S. television appearance. More than 70 million Americans gathered around their televisions to watch four young men from Liverpool make history. Ed Sullivan, the “king of Sunday night television,” booked The Beatles for three appearances after seeing the response.
  6. The show garnered a 60 share, meaning 60% of the television’s turned on were tuned in to Ed Sullivan and The Beatles. Ed opened the show by briefly mentioning a congratulatory telegram to The Beatles from Elvis and his manager, Colonel Tom Parker and then threw to advertisements for Aero Shave and Griffin Shoe Polish. After the brief.
  7. Directed by Tim Kiley, John Moffitt, Robert Bleyer. With Ed Sullivan, George Fenneman, The Beatles, Sonny Liston. The Beatles return to program for the second consecutive week, this time performing in Miami Beach, Florida. In the first set, the group performs "She Loves You", "This Boy", and "All My Loving". After Ed Sullivan introduces current heavyweight boxing champion Sonny Liston and.
  8. Photo, Print, Drawing Ed Sullivan & the Beatles, who will return to our show in Sept., [ b&w film copy neg. ] Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of Congress.

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