The Beatles – Twist & Shout – Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show 2/23/64

By | January 4, 2018

The Beatles – Twist & Shout – Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show 2/23/64

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For the many who witnessed The Beatles’ early appearances on British television, this song is synonymous with those exciting era–defining times. The power of the band’s performances and the recording owes so much to John’s searing vocal. For their debut album, John recorded his vocal in one take at the end of a marathon recording session on February 11th 1963.

In July 1963, ‘Twist And Shout’ became the title track of the band’s first EP to be released in the UK. According to the advert on the front of New Musical Express, it was “The record you’ve been asking for”. A week after Twist And Shout was released it made the EP best-seller list and a week after that topped the same chart staying there for ten weeks. This clip was videotaped in the middle of a six-night run at the Odeon Cinema in Llandudno, North Wales.
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20 thoughts on “The Beatles – Twist & Shout – Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show 2/23/64

  1. Stübner

    If only girls where fangirling as much as the girls in this video…

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  2. jjdcowboysfan

    These guys reign supreme in my books: great songwriters, amazing singers, they all play musical instruments, no lip syncing, just delivering the goods by unalderated ole rock n roll from their heart and souls.

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  3. Filime Ceballos

    Cuando recién te enteras que esta cansion la cantan los Beatles eso es por ver mucho showmatch y nacer en el 2000

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  4. Silver Viper

    Though I may only be 11 years old. I listen to sixties and eighties music constantly. Especially the Beatles. I'm not a fan of modern music personally. It's mainly about sex, drugs, and money. With older music you get amazing variety and uniqueness.

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  5. Ricardo Teles

    And I thought hysterical fans would be a nowadays thing…

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