|Titre:||Sunday Night At The London Palladium October 13, 1963|
|Style:||Rock & Roll, Pop Rock|
|Catégorie:||Rock / Pop|
|1||Sunday Night At The London Palladium - Jan 12, 1964|
|2||Till There Was You|
|4||Big Night Out - Feb 23, 1964|
|6||Please Mr. Postman|
|7||I Wanna Be Your Man|
|10||I Want To Hold Your Hand|
|11||Twist And Shout|
|12||All My Loving|
|13||I Want To Hold Your Hand (portion)|
|16||Money (That's What I Want)|
|3687||The Beatles||London - At The London Palladium (LP, Mono, Unofficial)||King Kong Records||3687||US||Unknown|
Early Beatleg features 2 classic British TV appearances, taken from video sources.
Despite the title on the cover sheet, the contents do not match what is listed.
Side 1 is their 2nd appearance on Sunday Night At The London Palladium from Jan 12, 1964 (despite the incorrect info on the cover sheet stating Oct 1963) Also on the bill that night were singer Alma Cogan and comedian Dave Allen. The Beatles joined them and Forsyth on a revolving carousel at the end of the show where they waved goodbye to the tune of Startime, which represents track A8.
Side 2 features most of their 2nd appearance on the British TV show "Big Night Out", from Feb 23, 1964 (The cover sheet incorrectly states "Blackpool Night Out"). Track B9 is incomplete.
The audio is direct from a film or video source, so all of the banter and sketches performed in these shows are included here as well.
The cover is a solid white jacket with a green tinted cover sheet inserted. Blank on the back.
Label is a light spotted blue label with large A & B and title.
Catalog # obtained from run-out data.
The Beatles made their debut on the television show Val Parnells Sunday Night At The London Palladium on 13 October 1963. Three months later they made their return. The show was made by Associated TeleVision ATV, and invariably attracted huge viewing figures. Much of the day was spent in rehearsals at the Palladium, with The Beatles topping the bill during the live show, which was broadcast from to . The group took part in a short skit with com. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. On 13th October 1963, the Beatles appeared on a TV show called Val Parnels Sunday Night at the London Palladium. The Palladium was, and still is, Londons most famous theatre, and it was regarded as a highlight of a showbiz career to play there. Sunday Night at the London Palladium had been going for several years, and was one of the most watched TV shows in the the UK. On March 2nd 1958, Buddy Holly and the Crickets appeared on the show and very much influenced the youth of the UK, including John, Paul, George and Ringo, who were all glued to the TV that night . Side 1 is their 2nd appearance on Sunday Night At The London Palladium from Jan 12, 1964 despite the incorrect info on the cover sheet stating Oct 1963 Also on the bill that night were singer Alma Cogan and comedian Dave Allen. The Beatles joined them and Forsyth on a revolving carousel at the end of the show where they waved goodbye to the tune of Startime, which represents track A8. Side 2 features most of their 2nd appearance on the British TV show Big Night Out, from Feb 23, 1964 The cover sheet incorrectly states Blackpool Night Out. Track B9 is incomplete. A one-off Sunday Night at the London Palladium was screened to mark Bruce Forsyth's 70th birthday in February 1998. 1 History. The Beatles' publicist Tony Barrow said that after the band's first appearance on the show on 13 October 1963, Beatlemania took off in the UK. The show always ended using the huge revolving stage where the Tiller Girls, the compere and that night's guests stood on it as it slowly turned around to the familiar end tune of the show. Songs in album Robert Horton - Sunday Night At The London Palladium 1960. Robert Horton - Oh, What A Beautiful Morning Live. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. From Mary Poppins Returns to His Dark Materials, take a look back at the TV and movie roles of Lin-Manuel Miranda and the stars of Hamilton. See the full gallery. Around The Web. Powered by ZergNet. To be offered an engagement on Sunday Night At The London Palladium was, for most British entertainers, a pinnacle career achievement, and very few ever had it so good. With She Loves You propelling the Beatles not just to the top of the British singles chart but into the very fabric of the nation in the late summer of 1963, the group were quickly invited on to SNALP. The first of their two appearances went out on 13 October, and they headed a bill that also included the compere Bruce Forsyth with his ever-popular audience-participation game Beat The Clock, American balladeer Brook Benton and. the-cosmic-empire: The Beatles rehearsing and appearing on Sveriges Television music show Drop In, on the 30th October 1963, filmed at Stockholms Arenateatern. Pics: Bo Trenter Most if not all. MotherMcree13 Beatles Daze. The Beatles. 13th. January February March April May June July August September October November December. 13th October 1963 Sunday. Concert at London Palladium, London, United Kingdom. There is Soundboard recording of this event, released for the first time by His Master's Choice in 18th December 2012. Find it in the following bootlegs