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The pubs and clubs in Liverpool frequented by The Beatles
Many of the pubs and clubs in Liverpool where The Beatles went often to





The Mersey Sound Aka Liverpool - Home Of The Mersey Sound (1964)
Liverpool, Merseyside. Excellent item about youth culture in Liverpool. L/S, across the Mersey, of the Liver building. C/U of a man looking. L/S of the docks. Various shots around the city centre. Low angle shot of the cathedral, tilt down to a gang of teenagers walking past. M/S of the exterior of a gramophone record shop. A shop assistant takes a single and shows it to two ugly teenage boys with greasy mop tops. Two girls look through a rack of records. Various shots of teenagers grooving to the latest sounds in listening booths. M/S of a youth entering a barbers. The youth sits in a barber's chair. M/S of the barber combing the youth's hair into a trendy Beatle style. Various shots of boys having mop top cuts. C/U of a black youth having his hair combed. Various shots of black and white youths hanging out around the city centre - the narrator compares their 'decadence' to that of declining Rome! Point of view shot from inside a car going through the Mersey tunnel. Very dim panning shot inside the Cavern. Various C/Us of graffiti - mostly names of bands. Long panning shot of long queues of teenagers outside the cavern. Various C/Us of teenagers larking about in the queue. M/Ss of teenagers going into the Cavern. M/S of youths smoking. Various shots of teenagers chatting and jiving. Various shots of Manchester group, the Ko-Dells performing in the "New Sound of 64" contest finals at the Cavern. Lots of great shots of teenagers listening to the music and dancing. Various shots of The Jinks from Berkhamsted (the eventual winners) performing. Various shots of The Drovers from Sidcup performing. Various shots of The Mersey Beats performing. Point of view shot inside a car going through the Mersey Tunnel. More general shots of Liverpool streets. Low angle shot of a statue of a man on a horse. L/S of the Liver Building from the back of the Mersey Ferry. The narrator ends with the thought: "But is this the Mersey music that will live on?" FILM ID:283.09 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/





James Last in BBC TV: Plays "The Beatles", 2ª parte, año 1983.
Desde el "Liverpool Empire", transmitido por la BBC TV. Presentando su álbum: "James Last Spielt Die Grössten Songs Von John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, George Harrison - The Beatles" (1983).





The Beatles - Money (That's What I Want) [It’s The Beatles, Empire Theatre, Liverpool]
https://www.facebook.com/HDBeatles4 https://twitter.com/HDBeatles4 https://vk.com/HDBeatles4 Live, Television: Saturday 07.12.1963 Following their appearance on the BBC television show Juke Box Jury, The Beatles recorded a special concert appearance for the corporation at Liverpool's Empire Theatre. The performance took place in front of 2,500 members of The Beatles' Northern Area Fan Club, between 3.45 and 4.30pm. It was filmed in its entirety by the BBC, and 30 minutes were broadcast that evening from 8.10pm to 8.40pm during a special programme entitled It's The Beatles. Technical problems and lack of rehearsal times meant the sound balance for the concert recording was sub-standard. Both The Beatles and senior figures at the BBC later expressed concern at the often embarrassing nature of the footage, which included the absence of Ringo vocals during Boys and the director focusing on the wrong members of the group during key moments. After the concert the BBC also recorded a two-minute interview with the group to use on the Christmas Day edition of Top Of The Pops. The Beatles then made the short journey to the nearby Odeon Cinema on London Road where they gave two evening concerts. The police closed Pudsey Street to the public to allow the group to reach the venue unhindered.




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