VÍDEO INÉDITO DOS BEATLES É DISPONIBILIZADO NA INTERNET (2007)

76 legend

Living the Beatles legend tá aí, o nome do livro do Mal Evans, um biógrafo infeliz que não tinha cópias do original perdido para sempre desde a sua morte em 1976

Vídeo inédito dos Beatles é disponibilizado na Internet

LONDRES, 2 ago. / 2007 (ANSA) - Um vídeo inédito inteiramente restaurado da banda britânica The Beatles, que mostra os quatro músicos de Liverpool com algumas das estrelas do rock mais importantes dos anos 60, poderá ser baixado a partir de hoje no site "mbopmegastore.com".

A gravação inédita dos "Fab Four", como eram chamados, mostra o grupo junto a Jimi Hendrix, Rolling Stones e Beach Boys, entre outros.

O vídeo, que teve seu original leiloado esta semana pela casa londrina Christie's, foi realizado por Mal Evans na década de 60 e achado pela sua esposa Lily, logo após o assassinato do cineasta em 1976.

Na gravação, os Beatles aparecem tocando ao vivo, guiando um veículo pelas ruas de Londres junto dos Beach Boys, falando com membros dos Stones, e vendo Jimi Hendrix tocar na capital britânica. (ANSA)

© Copyright ANSA/LAtina. Todos os direitos reservados.

zzz1784

   Vídeos inéditos dos Beatles livres para comércio na web
   Correio do Brasil - Por Redação, com agências internacionais - de Londres

   1º ago. / 2007 - Vídeos inéditos dos Beatles liberados na Internet. O sonho de muitos beatlesmaníacos foi divulgado nesta quarta-feira já que o site Mbop liberou para comércio em download vídeos inéditos dos garotos de Liverpool. Segundo o site do semanário New Musical Express, o material foi filmado pelo roadie do grupo, Mal Evans, que manteve as cenas em segredo por décadas.

   Os vídeos contêm cenas de shows e conversas íntimas da banda. O material mostra, por exemplo, o Fab Four batendo papo durante uma viagem de barco pelo rio Tâmisa e uma volta de carro por Londres dos garotos de Liverpool com os Beach Boys.

   O roadie foi assassinado em 1976 e sua viúva Lily descobriu o material no sótão antes de vendê-lo para a casa de leilão Christie's.

   Alguns vídeos estão disponíveis para download pago no site Mbop, com autorização dos donos do material.

 

 

zzz1782

   Descobertas filmagens inéditas dos Beatles
   Do G1, em São Paulo

   Imagens foram gravadas por antigo roadie dos Fab Four.
   Material inclui registros de conversas pessoais e passeios.

   1 º ago. / 2007 - Imagens nunca vistas dos Beatles estão sendo lançadas nesta quarta (1º) em lojas virtuais do Reino Unido. As cenas foram filmadas pelo antigo roadie da banda, Mal Evans, que morreu assassinado em 1976. As imagens permaneceram escondidas durante anos, e só recentemente foram descobertas pela viúva de Evans em sua casa.

   O material inclui apresentações ao vivo e conversas pessoais entre os integrantes da banda. Uma das cenas mostra, por exemplo, o grupo navegando pelo rio Tâmisa, em Londres, ou andando de carro pela capital inglesa com os músicos do Beach Boys.

   Outros filmes descobertos recentemente mostram o baterista dos Rolling Stones Charlie Watts discorrendo sobre o culto à celebridade e o guitarrista Jimi Hendrix tocando em frente aos Beatles.

   A loja virtual “Mbopmegastore.com” transformou as imagens em videoclipes, que foram colocados à venda on-line.

Especialista diz que mala com artigos raros dos Beatles é falsa
www1.folha.uol.com.br

20 ago. / 2004 - Especialista diz que mala com artigos raros dos Beatles é falsa. Publicidade. da Folha Online A coleção de fotos, memorabilia e gravações dos Beatles encontrada em uma mala na Austrália por um turista no mês passado é uma farsa, segundo especialista na banda ouvido pela Associated Press.

Fraser Claughton

Expert: 'Lost' Beatles Trove Is Fake

https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/66851/expert-lost-beatles-trove-is-fake

It sounded too good to be true and it turns out it probably was.

19 ago. / 204 - It sounded too good to be true and it turns out it probably was. A long-sought trove of rare Beatles material that reportedly was found last month by a lucky British tourist in Australia remains lost, a leading Beatles expert says.

Last month, the Times reported that a suitcase bought by Fraser Claughton, 41, at an Australian flea market for about $35 was packed with Beatles memorabilia, including photos, concert programs and unreleased recordings.

But Pete Nash, a memorabilia expert from the British Beatles Fan Club who examined the contents of the suitcase on behalf of a British television channel, said he saw photocopied ticket stubs, laser-scanned pictures from the 1990s and no rare reel-to-reel recordings. "It's farcical, really," Nash said.

Neither the Times nor the reporter who wrote the original story wished to comment. Claughton does not have a listed telephone number, and could not be reached for comment. John Read, a friend and pop memorabilia dealer who has spoken for him on the issue, did not return calls.

Media outlets around the world picked up the story of Claughton's alleged discovery. The Times reported that among the contents of the suitcase was a reel-to-reel tape that included John Lennon and Paul McCartney experimenting with alternative versions of previously unrecorded tracks.

The newspaper quoted an expert with Christie's auction house as saying the find "sounds very exciting indeed," but a spokesperson stressed that the auction house had not been contacted about evaluating the items and none of its experts had seen them.

The Times had said some experts believed the collection was the lost "Mal Evans archive," originally belonging to the Beatles' roadie and sound recordist. Evans was killed by police in Los Angeles in 1976 after brandishing a fake gun. His belongings were lost during the police investigation and have never been recovered.

Nash said many of the items in the suitcase appeared to be copies, including laser-scanned photos dating from the mid-1990s and ticket stubs for the Beatles' appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and the premiere of "A Hard Day's Night" that were reproductions of images from "Lennon Legend," a book published last year.

"There was nothing to tie it to Mal Evans whatsoever," Nash said.

He said he asked to see the reel-to-reel tapes but was told "they were locked away in a bank vault."

"They said the tapes were still housed in their metal canisters," Nash said. "Audio tape is magnetic. One thing you do not do is store it in metal canisters."

Nash said he was played some tracks on CD that were "very common [bootleg] tracks that most Beatles collectors would own." Geoff Baker, spokesman for the Beatles' label, Apple Corps, also said he believed the find was a fake.

The Evans archive remains a grail for Beatles collectors. Evans traveled with the band from the early 1960s and amassed a collection that would be worth millions if it turned up, Nash said. "He used to pick up the rubbish in the studio, including the Beatles' handwritten notes and lyrics."

In 1998, a notebook compiled by Evans, containing draft lyrics for "Hey Jude" and "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," sold for $185,000 at a London auction.

A year earlier, McCartney obtained an injunction to prevent Evans' widow from selling a scrap of paper bearing the original lyrics to "With a Little Help From My Friends."

Evans also completed a book about his time with the band. The manuscript is among the items lost after his death. "All his personal effects were sent back to the U.K., including his ashes, but none of it arrived," Nash said. "I think it's still lost in the mail."

AP LogoCopyright 2004 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Encontradas relíquias dos Beatles na Austrália

13 jul. / 2004 - Um inglês comprou uma mala velha em uma feira de usados na Austrália e achou dentro dela um conjunto de relíquias dos Beatles, entre fotografias, programas de shows e gravações inéditas, informou hoje o jornal londrino The Times. A autenticidade dos objetos não foi determinada, mas alguns especialistas acreditam que se trata do arquivo de Mal Evans, que era assistente dos Beatles e morreu baleado pelo polícia de Los Angeles em 1976 ao usar uma arma de brinquedo. O conteúdo da mala dele foi perdido durante a investigação policial, disse o Times. Segundo o jornal, Fraser Claughton, de 41 anos, de Tinkerton, Inglaterra, encontrou a mala em um pequeno povoado ao redor de Melbourne, e a comprou por US$ 36 dólares. Claughton achou uma fita com quatro horas e meia de gravação de versões experimentais de canções feitas por John Lennon e Paul McCartney. A coleção também inclui versões desconhecidas para We Can Work It Out e Cry Baby Cry. Na etiqueta da fita, está escrito ?Abbey Road...not for release´´ (Abbey Road... não para divulgação). A fita será avaliada pela gravadora dos Beatles, Apple, para determinar sua origem e autenticidade. "Com exceção das fitas, parece ser um material muito interessante", disse o especialista em relíquias e Beatles, Peter Doggett.

zzz1792

Mal Evans 6 (1)

   Mal met Lily en Gary

   Malcolm Evans (May 27, 1935 - January 5, 1976) is best known as the roadie, assistant, and friend to the hugely popular rock band The Beatles.
   Evans was working as a communications technician for the Post Office in 1962 when he first heard the Beatles perform at Liverpool's Cavern Club. He eventually became friends with the band, and was soon hired as roadie.
   Evans drove the van for the band on tour, set up and tested their equipment, and then packed it all up again.
   When the Beatles quit touring in 1966, Evans continued to be friends with the band and to work with them in the studio. Evans even contributed to many Beatles recordings, including lending his voice to "Yellow Submarine", playing the Hammond organ on You Won't See Me, counting off the measures in the breaks of the song "A Day in the Life", (Evans was also one of the five piano players simultaneously hitting the last chord of the song), harmonica on  "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!", tambourine on Dear Prudence, trumpet on Helter Skelter, and background vocals on "You Know My Name" (Look Up The Number) and the unreleased track "What's The New Mary Jane".
   In the Let It Be film, Evans can also be seen playing the anvil during early versions of Paul McCartney's "Maxwell's Silver Hammer", although he did not play it on the actual recording.
   In 1968, Evans discovered the band Badfinger (then known as The Iveys) and introduced them to the Beatles, who eventually signed them to Apple Records.
   Evans was shot and killed by the Los Angeles police on January 5, 1976, when the police mistakenly thought that the air pistol he was holding was an actual revolver.
   A suitcase that he was carrying at the time, containing unreleased recordings, photos, and other memorabilia, was lost by the police during the investigation, and became known as the lost "Mal Evans Archive". It was reported in June 2004 that an English tourist, Fraser Claughton, bought the suitcase for around $36 at a flea market just outside of Melbourne, Australia, unaware of its contents. By August of 2004, however, experts had determined that the documents within the suitcase were in fact photocopies made in the 1990s and declared the "archive" a fake

 

 

Articles View Hits
7960750

We have 332 guests and no members online

Download Full Premium themes - Chech Here

София Дървен материал цени

Online bookmaker Romenia bet365.ro