WR049 – The Birth & Death of the 60s, ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ & ‘Gimme Shelter’

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Few bands have had a bigger impact on defining an era than The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. From the height of the Swinging Sixties in London to the death of flower power at the Altamont Speedway, the films ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ (1964) and ‘Gimme Shelter’ (1970) neatly bookend one of the most fascinating chapters in music history. Featuring guest host Henry Schiller.

00:00 – 18:14 – Introduction/News

18:15 – 56:00 – ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ (1964)

56:01 – 01:37:46 – ‘Gimme Shelter’ (1970)

01:37:47 – 01:44:00 – Closing Remarks/Blooper

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Director Richard Lester & Paul McCartney on the set of 'A Hard Day's Night'.

Director Richard Lester & Paul McCartney on the set of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’.

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David & Albert Maysles at work with Mick Jagger

David & Albert Maysles at work with Mick Jagger

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