10cf746e54 But it is, of course, a treasure trove for Beatles fans, providing large amounts of rare and previously unseen audio and video material on the group. Himself (archive footage) (2 episodes, 1995-1996) Princess Margaret . "Lady Madonna" [2:26]11. BEST BUY APP Learn more My Best Buy View Points and Certificates Learn More Exclusive Offers Sign in or Create Account Credit Cards Make Payment/Check Balance Credit Card Offers Apply Now Orders & Returns Order Status Shipping, Delivery & Store Pickup Return & Exchange Promise Price Match Guarantee Pay With Points More Orders & Returns Help Support & Services Customer Service Protection Plans Installation Trade-In Program Product Recalls More Support & Services Corporate Information Forums, Blog & More Careers Partnerships Conditions of Use Privacy Interest-Based Ads California Privacy Rights CA Supply Chain Transparency Act Facebook Twitter Google Plus Pinterest Espaol Mobile Site Give Feedback Prices and offers are subject to change. Login Show HTML View more styles User Polls Throwback: 20th Century Television Mini-Series! What Is Your Favorite Rockumentary Film? See more polls Episodes Seasons Years 1 1996 1995 Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Item is in very good condition.
George Talks About His Songs [4:08]10. Music from The Family Way (McCartney) Performed by The Tudor Minstrels Love in the Open Air (McCartney-Martin) Performed by The Tudor Minstrels The Making of "Strawberry Fields Forever" [5:50] Strawberry Fields Forever "Penny Lane" [5:17] Penny Lane Release Me (Miller-Williams-Yount) Performed by Engelbert Humperdinck playing very softly in the background while listening to a recording of a Beatles' radio interview about not reaching no. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Footage showing live performance by Jimi Hendrix at the Isle of Wight Festival on 31 August 1970. I heard of Bob through John. Shea Stadium Concert 15 August 1965 [15:37] Help! Title song played at the beginning of each episode. "Yellow Submarine" [4:05] Yellow Submarine Footage from the film Yellow Submarine. Voice of Beatles Manager Brian Epstein can be heard saying "If there was a turning point in their career, a specific date on which the scope of their future was to be altered, then it was the day they touched down at Kennedy International New York to a welcome seldom equalled anywhere in history." Pride and Joy (Whitfield-Gaye-Stevenson) Performed by Marvin Gaye.