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2005 Beatles documentary now streaming on Qello
The Beatles’ From Liverpool To San Francisco Now Available To Stream On Qello
JULY 17TH, 2015

The Beatles’ From Liverpool To San Francisco Now Available To Stream On Qello

The Beatles: From Liverpool to San Francisco is a 2005 documentary that is now available on streaming service Qello.

The documentary explores the career of The Beatles, including their daily busy schedules and the rise of Beatlemania. Viewers can see the actual calendar events of the band beginning in autumn 1963, when they had either a TV show, live concert or studio recording to take care of on a daily basis – even before their appeal had made it to the United States.

In fact, the program begins with an explanation of how each of The Beatles grew up in varied, but mostly ordinary, circumstances in Liverpool, pointing out that they were a sensation as a group, not individually. The Beatles: From Liverpool to San Francisco features a lot of footage of fans going crazy over the Fab Four, in true Beatlemania fashion, both in Europe and the United States.

There are plenty of old interviews with The Beatles included in the 2005 documentary, where they talk about subjects like their fans, their first U.S. tour and their influence on the world. As fans might expect, the four musicians make a lot of jokes during their interviews. In one instance, an interviewer mentions to The Beatles that some people in the United States thought the group’s hairstyles were “un-American.” To that, John Lennon replies that The Beatles are, in fact, not from America, making it an accurate statement.

It wasn’t all good news for The Beatles from the beginning of their career – the group also had issues with management and making money. They realized that their deal with EMI was preventing them from earning as much as they deserved, with the label only giving the band a small fraction of the huge sales that each of their records made.

Within a year of The Beatles first making waves on the music scene, they began making films as well. They made their mock documentary, A Hard Day’s Night, in 1964, beginning their careers as movie stars in addition to being rock stars.

The Beatles: From Liverpool to San Francisco runs a little less than an hour long, so if you’re interested in seeing footage of the band’s rise to fame in the early and mid-1960s, as well as learning more about the worldview at that time and how it affected The Beatles, check out the documentary on Qello.
The Beatles - From Liverpool to San Francisco
The Beatles

Year: 2005
Runtime: 00:52:04

The Beatles: From Liverpool to San Francisco documents the early years of Beatlemania. This presentation features footage of the group from their early days in their hometown to their final live performance in Candlestick Park. This documentary consists primarily of interview footage, television appearances, and lots of archival footage of adoring fans screaming for the Fab Four.

No.    Track Title                                                                                                       Time
1.       The Story of the Beatles; Interviews; Beatlemania                                             05:26
2.       TV; France; U.S. tour                                                                                      09:31
3.       Meeting the politicians; Australia; first film released; back in the USA                08:27
4.       New Album; Filming The Second Film; MBEs; Yesterdey; Awards; Help         07:03
5.       World tour; Revolver; Reaction in USA                                                            08:07
6.       John on His Own; Drugs; Indian Misticism; Yellow Submarine                          08:27
7.       Individual Lifes - Linda; Yoko; Give Peace a Chance; The End Of The Group   04:17

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