Vibrant ’60s sights and sounds in remastered Beatles’ video ‘Eight Days A Week’

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The Beatles were a British rock band that unarguably became one of the most influential boy bands in the 20th century. The group’s music carries a powerful message of love, help, peace, and imagination.

The Beatles’ “Eight Days a Week” is a classic hit from the 60s. This fantastic song, recorded in 1964, is one of the band’s hit tracks that topped the charts in both the US & the UK.

The Beatles decided to remaster their song recently & re-released the piece, allowing the younger generation to experience their music. The video features a lot of footage. However, the opening scene of the song has a glimpse of Shea Stadium.

More than 55,000 people attended The Beatles’ rock concert at Shea Stadium on August 15th, 1965. It was to be the first-ever rock concert staged in front of such a large gathering. Brian Epstein and Ed Sullivan Productions used 14′ 35mm’ cameras to record the event.

The music video shows the craze of the people to witness their favorite boy band, especially young girls. Several cops and security personnel gathered to check on security even before the rock concert started.

Fans rush in to get a place and are excited to get a glimpse of the 4 handsome singers, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The footage shows screaming fans who went crazy getting a glimpse of their favorite stars.

The music video also includes several backstage moments with The Beatles showing the member’s chemistry with one another. The harmony of this song is nothing less than ordinary. However, it is still considered one of the most beautiful love songs ever created.

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