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Andy Smith

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Unknown Shea Stadium footage
« on: September 01, 2007, 09:43:53 PM »

I heard a strange fact yesterday that there was some unreleased footage of
the fabs at Shea Stadium & apparently a bit where John is sweaing at the audience
but the sceaming's so loud they can't hear him? ;D ;D
I'm not sure wheather it's the famous 65 one they did or another one
they did a bit later before they stopped touring. I'm a bit weary of what i was
told but it sounds so hilarious!! ;D
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Re: Unknown Shea Stadium footage
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2007, 06:17:28 AM »

I would be interested as well if this existed, I know it is not on my copy of Shea '65.
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Re: Unknown Shea Stadium footage
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2007, 08:18:33 AM »

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I heard a strange fact yesterday that there was some unreleased footage of
the fabs at Shea Stadium & apparently a bit where John is sweaing at the audience
but the sceaming's so loud they can't hear him? ;D ;D
I'm not sure wheather it's the famous 65 one they did or another one
they did a bit later before they stopped touring. I'm a bit weary of what i was
told but it sounds so hilarious!! ;D

 Maybe it was the '65 Shea concert. You know, it is funny how in Anthology the other 3 said John sort of cracked or went a little mad that night. In the film they imply John's playing a keyboard with his elbow was what was meant. But now that I think about it, he didn't seem mad or cracked just because of that...that is just goofing. NOW if he was swearing at the audience (even though they couldn't hear him), that would be a little more in line with what the other lads were saying and laughing about.
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Re: Unknown Shea Stadium footage
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2010, 12:57:13 PM »

From wogew blog's:

Misterclaudel restored "She's A Woman" from Shea stadium, using NME Poll Winners footage mixed with Shea footage. The soundtrack is from Shea. This is one of two missing songs from the Beatles' set in the Shea Stadium concert film. The other one was "Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby", which hasn't been restored on this new Misterclaudel release. I've been viewing this DVD (MCDVD-24), and it contains two versions of the Beatles' most famous concert. One from the new source, and one with mixed in footage from Anthology. Neither version has the documentary footage, they are just the concert. Colourwise, this is an upgrade to the Darthdisc-based versions, which all has a reddish hue. Picturewise, the new Misterclaudel version may be a little bit less clear than the Darthdisc version, and there are video tape artifacts here and there. The drop-outs on the audio tape has been fixed by using the muffled concert soundtrack for the appropriate part. The version with mixed in footage from Anthology is a nice try, but there are some mistakes made during the video editing process which should have been removed before release. Still, I'd call it an upgrade - but one which will no doubt soon be outdone again.

The Beatles "She's A Woman" (Live Montage)


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Re: Unknown Shea Stadium footage
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2010, 02:55:22 AM »

Thank you for posting that, Cor!
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