It’s February 7th 1964 and arriving at Idewild Airport in New York City are 4 young moptops who called themselves The Beatles! with a new sound.
Waiting for them were over 3000 thousand screaming fans as they stepped off the plane! Then they went right to a mass of reporters with many questions to ask.
They were set to perform in 2 days on the Ed Sullivan Show in New York City with a screaming kids and a TV performance before a that numbered 73 million viewers! I was one of the 73 million who watched them and it was so exciting and they had like 6 singles in the top 10 list that I remember!
Yes John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, woke up the music world and changed it all and, many kids soon went out to buy guitars and take lessons because of them I already had one as I was in our band playing at dances and backyard parties and we did get to learn a couple of Beatles tunes the best we could.
Yeah it was a great time to see it all happen in 1964 and I brought every album at the time one I still have is the Help album from 1965 and I still follow them today and always will!
And it’s just been announced that a new firm project in the works between the Beatles and Sir Peter Jackson involving over 55 hours of never-released footage of the Beatles in the studio in 1969 that produced the Let It Be that was released in May 1970
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That must have been exciting when it happened! I remember seeing the clip of when they were first on Ed Sullivan and I asked my Mom why they were wearing suits like men in an office! LOL! 🙂
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Hah! funny Dee!,Yeah it was all that and more! Seems all the teenagers got caught up in it all! What a time it was for music!
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