The Beatles - Live Washington Coliseum 1964 (D.C., United States Remastered HD 1080p ORIGINAL)





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Uploaded on Dec 8, 2011

Once again I uploaded the full concert of this first. Please tell me if the video's out of sync. It looked out of sync to me when I played it back but tell me if it is out of sync so I can fix it and upload a better version.

The February 11th, 1964 concert at the Washington Coliseum, located at 3rd and M Streets N.E., occurred during a cold and snowy night. It was the Beatles' first live American performance after their televised appearance on the CBS Ed Sullivan Show. They had arrived in D.C. earlier that day by train from New York. Before their show that evening, they also appeared at a brief press conference. At show time, there was a sold-out, over-capacity crowd of 8,000 fans, by one count. When the Beatles came on, the place erupted with screaming and incessant flash bulbs. The Beatles played for nearly an hour. Because of the set up in the Coliseum, the Beatles were essentially performing on a boxing ring-type stage, and had to move their equipment around on stage a few times in order to give everyone in the audience a chance to see them. Ringo was seen moving his drum set around on stage between sets. Please subscribe for more videos(:

Arrival on stage 0:08
Set up 0:39
Roll Over Beethoven 2:25
From Me to You 4:54
I Saw Her Standing There 7:36
This Boy 11:01
All My Loving 13:52
I Wanna Be Your Man 16:47
Please Please Me 19:55
Till There Was You 22:18
She Loves You 24:28
I Want To Hold Your Hand 28:13
Twist and Shout 31:40
Long Tall Sally 35:20
Credits 37:20

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