SH Spotlight I love these Feb. '64 Beatles' pictures..

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, Feb 15, 2005.

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  1. Steve Hoffman

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    Yes, that's the balcony. There is a curtain separating the photogs and the audience on the main level.
     
  2. Steve Hoffman

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    Ed Sullivan Theater looks like this now:
     

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  3. stereoptic

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    thansk Steve
     
  4. Ed Bishop

    Ed Bishop Incredibly, I'm still here

    Never miss an SH show-and-tell, kids....:edthumbs: Always wonderful! :p:righton:

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  5. badfingerjoe

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    Thanks Rich....Mannys....I now remember where I read about the drum kit.....I have the Bruce Spizer book....great photos.....what I noticed also from these photos is that I always thought that Ringos drum stand was part of the small elevated round stage as seen in post number 3,this is the way we have always seen it,but as we can see in post 2,it's set up on a different larger stage...even looks like it's on the floor in that post...so I guess the drum stand is independent of that smaller round stage....hope I explained this ok.....

    JF
     
  6. Steve Hoffman

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  7. ROLO46

    ROLO46 Forum Resident

    Bet the Fabs loved that trip
    The Dream comes true.
     
  8. John DeAngelis

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    One of the WMCA Good Guys in the picture with the Beatles is B. Mitchell Reed. who went on to be a big FM guy in California.
     
  9. Al Kuenster

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    Some great pic's, love the black and white
     
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