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  • Performer: The Beatles
  • Album: Eight Days A Week (The Touring Years)
  • FLAC: 1725 mb | MP3: 1772 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Beat, Pop Rock, Rock & Roll
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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The Beatles - Eight Days A Week (The Touring Years) album flac

Tracklist

1-1 Ein Film Von Ron Howard 106:00

Credits

  • Art Direction – Darren Evans
  • Design [Front Cover] – Gravillis Inc.
  • Film Director – Ron Howard
  • Film Editor – Paul Crowder
  • Liner Notes – Jon Savage, Ron Howard
  • Research, Photography By [Photo Editing] – Aaron Bremner, Dorcas Lynn
  • Supervised By [Music] – Giles Martin

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
OPTBD3092 The Beatles Eight Days A Week (The Touring Years) ‎(2xBlu-ray, S/Edition, DTS) Imagine Entertainment, White Horse Pictures, Polygram Entertainment, StudioCanal OPTBD3092 UK 2016
505658 SC, 505657 DX The Beatles Eight Days A Week The Touring Years ‎(2xBlu-ray, S/Edition, 5.1) Imagine Entertainment, White Horse Pictures, Polygram Entertainment, StudioCanal 505658 SC, 505657 DX Germany 2016
DAXA-5114 The Beatles Eight Days A Week The Touring Years ‎(3xBlu-ray, Dlx, Ltd, Multichannel, 5.1) Kadokawa DAXA-5114 Japan 2016
B0025750-59 The Beatles Eight Days A Week (The Touring Years) ‎(2xBlu-ray, S/Edition, DTS) UMe, Imagine Entertainment, White Horse Pictures, Polygram Entertainment, Capitol Records B0025750-59 US 2016
B0025749-59 The Beatles Eight Days A Week (The Touring Years) ‎(Blu-ray, DTS) Imagine Entertainment, White Horse Pictures, Polygram Entertainment B0025749-59 US 2016

The Beatles played Shea Stadium on August 15th 1965 in what was to be the first rock concert ever staged in a stadium in front of more than 55,000 people.

Director: Ron Howard. A compilation of found footage featuring music, interviews, and stories of ' 250 concerts from 1963 to 1966.

Ron Howard’s new movie traces the history of the band through their concert performances.

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years is a 2016 documentary film directed by Ron Howard about The Beatles' career during their touring years from 1962 to 1966, from their performances at the Cavern Club in Liverpool to their final concert in San Francisco in 1966. The film was released theatrically on 15 September 2016 in the United Kingdom and 16 September in the United States, and started streaming on Hulu on 17 September 2016.

In the 1960s, the Beatles exploded on to the public scene, seemingly out of nowhere as the band's formative years of constant performing at home and in Hamburg, and Brian Epstein's grooming, finally paid off beyond their wildest dreams. Ron Howard isn't the first person I would have pictured directing a documentary about the Beatles, but "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years" is great in every way. It focuses on the period from 1963-1966, as the Fab Four traveled the globe. No surprise that they drew throngs of shrieking teenage girls everywhere that they went.

The Beatles: Eight Days A Week-The Touring Years. Abramorama Release Date: September 16, 2016. Summary: The Beatles: Eight Days A Week - The Touring Years documents the first part of The Beatles’ career (1962-1966) – the period in which they toured and captured the world’s acclaim. Ron Howard’s film explores how John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr came together to become the extraordinary phenomenon, The Beatles. The first two-thirds is the usual documentary-style coverage of the Beatles's Touring Years: 1962 - 1966.

A compilation of found footage featuring music, interviews, and stories of The Beatles' 250 concerts from 1963 to 1966. Genre: Documentary, Music. Actor: Whoopi Goldberg, George Harrison, The Beatles, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Larry Kane, Elvis Costello.

In The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years. Oscar-winning director Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind, Apollo 13) explores the history of The Beatles through the lens of the group’s concert performances, from their early days playing small clubs in Liverpool and Hamburg to their unprecedented world tours in packed stadiums around the globe, from New York to Melbourne to Tokyo. The first feature-length documentary authorized by The Beatles since the band’s breakup in 1970, Eight Days A Week features rare and never-before-seen archival footage of shows and interviews, plus new interviews with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and numerous prominent observers.

The group’s fans today, of any age, are bound to welcome Eight Days a Week, in which Beatlemania’s mid-‘60s comet of joy and astonishment is thrillingly captured. One, The Beatles were hugely industrious during this period (apart from a brief lull in early 1966). Besides their extensive touring schedule and making movies, they were writing and recording songs at an astonishing clip, and the quality of that music is still blazingly evident today. The second point is that they survived the maelstrom, and especially the crucible of 1966, by being as tight and mutually supportive as four best friends could be.

Complete your The Beatles collection. Really great documentary about the touring days of a certain ultra-popular band directed by Ron Howard AKA Ritchie from Happy Days but unlike Happy Days, this film doesn't jump the shark and you'll have Happy Days listening to Beatles music soon after watching it! It's a great introductory piece for those who don't know much about The Beatles and you'll learn a lot about what it's like being in the most famous rock band in the world plus it's free.