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The Beatles on Record (2009)

A collection of interviews and footage of the band detailing how their sound progressed and how their albums were made.

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A collection of interviews and footage of the band detailing how their sound progressed and how their albums were made.

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6 September 2009 (UK)  »

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Twist and Shout
Written by Bert Berns and Phil Medley
Performed by The Beatles
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Excellent Cliff Notes on Beatle History & Music
30 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is a FANTASTIC doco for anyone who doesn't have the time to get through the entire "Anthology." Great footage (lots of stuff not seen before "Anthology"), Great new interviews (though mostly voice-over), Great music (of course), and Lots of behind-the-music style info from George Martin. If you're newly arrived on our planet (first of all: "Welcome!") and know nothing about the Beatles then "On Record" is the PERFECT introduction. ("The Compleat Beatles" is really good, too, but a bit dated now.) In fact, the only reason I'm writing a review here on IMDb is because this was the first website to come up on my search to find "The Beatles On Record" on DVD! 20 out of 10 stars!


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