This DVD takes you on a journey into the very heart of the most successful and influential band of them all. Through the memories, recollections and insights of those who knew The Beatles best, the program examines the creative processes and personal chemistry that contributed to some of the greatest music ever made. Among those interviewed are Pete Best, the group's original drummer who was unceremoniously released in 1962 and Norman Smith, the band's sound engineer from 1962 to 1966. This is your chance to get up close and personal with rock's greatest band; to discover how the band made the amazing creative step from 'Love Me Do' to 'Sergeant Pepper' in just four years. The DVD also features superb rare footage of The Beatles in action in concert and in the TV studio.
This DVD takes you on a journey into the very heart of the most successful and influential band of them all. Through the memories, recollections and insights of those who knew The Beatles best, the program examines the creative processes and personal chemistry that contributed to some of the greatest music ever made. Among those interviewed are Pete Best, the group's original drummer who was unceremoniously released in 1962 and Norman Smith, the band's sound engineer from 1962 to 1966. This is your chance to get up close and personal with rock's greatest band; to discover how the band made the amazing creative step from 'Love Me Do' to 'Sergeant Pepper' in just four years. The DVD also features superb rare footage of The Beatles in action in concert and in the TV studio.
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Beatles: Up Close & Personal
Artist: Beatles: Up Close & Personal
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This DVD takes you on a journey into the very heart of the most successful and influential band of them all. Through the memories, recollections and insights of those who knew The Beatles best, the program examines the creative processes and personal chemistry that contributed to some of the greatest music ever made. Among those interviewed are Pete Best, the group's original drummer who was unceremoniously released in 1962 and Norman Smith, the band's sound engineer from 1962 to 1966. This is your chance to get up close and personal with rock's greatest band; to discover how the band made the amazing creative step from 'Love Me Do' to 'Sergeant Pepper' in just four years. The DVD also features superb rare footage of The Beatles in action in concert and in the TV studio.