Tuesday, May 16, 2017
NYC borough of Queens
123-01 Roosevelt Ave.
Flushing Meadows, N.Y.
August 15, 1965 (Sunday at 9:16 pm)
Complete Show of the concert (not a documentary showing only parts of it. ALL MUSIC)
ProShot with great Color & Audio [Source Notes Below]
G- Spot Specs
DVD VOB Format
MPEG-2 Program Stream << [1 vid. 1 aud]
Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR I/L 3:2
Source picture resolution: 720x480 (525/60)
Frame rate: 30.00
Audio coding mode: LPCM
Sampling rate: 48kHz
Number of audio channels:2.0
Bitrate: 1536 Kbps
Number of audio streams: 1
Paul McCartney - bass & vocals
John Lennon - guitar, keys & vocals
George Harrison - guitar & vocals
Ringo Star - drums & vocals
01. Intro. by Ed Sullivan
02. Tunning & Banter > Twist & Shout
03. She's A Women
04. Banter > I Feel Fine
05. Banter > Dizzy Miss Lizzy
06. Banter >Ticket To Ride
07. Banter > Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby
08. Banter > Can't Buy Me Love
09. Banter > Baby's In Black
10. Banter > Act Naturally
11. Banter > A Hard Day's Night
12. Banter > Help!
13. Banter > I'm Down
A word in your ear from Hobs:
This volume showcases a new reconstruction of the famous 1965 Shea Stadium concert.
Okay... so what makes this different to the other 3000 Shea dvds out there? First of all the video quality: the source material is derived from the new transfer of the 1979 BBC repeat which was previously featured on First Play At Shea. Colour is stronger and more natural than previous versions. The thirty minute concert has been re-edited into the original performance order, with the two missing songs and all the extra in-between song chat re-instated. The extra audio has been wedded to audience shots and other material taken from the earlier part of the original tv special, plus footage from other sources. The audio is of course the original live audio, not the overdubbed audio which was actually recorded in 1966. Additionally, the poor visual continuity of the original film has been fixed. In the tv special there are frequent cutaway shots showing Ringo playing the wrong cymbal, George playing the wrong guitar, John playing chords when he's supposed to be doing something else, empty mikes when voices can be heard, etcetera. No material has actually been cut; instead many of the cutaway shots have been re-arranged into a more sensible order so that they don't jar visually. For example, a long shot showing John playing Dizzy Miss Lizzy was original cut into the song I Feel Fine... now it is where it should be. Shots of John playing the intro to She's a Woman have been restored to that song. Out of synch shots have been nudged back into place and the title sequences re-edited to provide a more traditional start and finish to the concert.
This is the BEST COMPLETE QUALITY of this show I know of