|Title:||The Beatles Movie Medley / Fab Four On Film|
|Category:||Rock / Sounds|
|Other format:||MOD RA AA AIFF AU FLAC MP4|
|The Beatles Movie Medley||3:56|
|A1||Magical Mystery Tour|
|A2||All You Need Is Love|
|A3||You've Got To Hide Your Love Away|
|A4||I Should Have Known Better|
|A5||A Hard Day's Night|
|A6||Ticket To Ride|
|B||Fab Four On Film (The Beatles Talk About A Hard Day's Night-1964)
Edited By – Randall Davis
|R 6055||The Beatles||The Beatles' Movie Medley (7", Single)||Parlophone||R 6055||UK||1982|
|1A 006-07627||The Beatles||The Beatles' Movie Medley (7", Single)||Parlophone, EMI||1A 006-07627||Netherlands||1982|
|EAS-17226||The Beatles||The Beatles' Movie Medley (7", Single, Promo)||Odeon||EAS-17226||Japan||1982|
|R6055||The Beatles||Beatles Movie Medley (7", Promo)||Parlophone||R6055||UK||1982|
|EAS-17226||The Beatles||The Beatles' Movie Medley (7", Single)||Odeon||EAS-17226||Japan||1982|
The Beatles' Movie Medley" is a compilation of snippets from various Beatles songs. It remains the only Beatles single not released on compact disc or music download. The single peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100, and on the British charts in 1982. The songs were chosen from the Beatles' films, A Hard Day's Night, Help!, Magical Mystery Tour, Yellow Submarine and Let It Be.
The Beatles Movie Medley. A): Excerpts from the LP "Reel Music" SV-12199 (B): The Beatles Talk About A Hard Day's Night-1964 Courtesy of Walter Shenson. Other Versions (5 of 34) View All. Cat.
Fab Four On Film (The Beatles Talk About A Hard Day's Night-1964). A): Excerpts from the LP "Reel Music" SV-12199 (B): The Beatles Talk About A Hard Day's Night-1964. Other Versions (5 of 33) View All.
Beatles by the Album. It’s a film about stealing The Beatles’ songs, so it’s not surprising moviegoers are asking if the surviving members of the band show up in Yesterday. Sadly, it doesn’t look like Paul McCartney or Ringo Starr play themselves in the film. They are, however, definitely aware of the movie. Yesterday follows a struggling singer-songwriter (Himesh Patel) who wakes up and discovers that he is seemingly the only one who remembers The Beatles. By passing off their hits as his own, his career skyrockets. The Beatles are very much aware of the movie, though. Yesterday director Danny Boyle was worried about upsetting the men and the widows of George Harrison and John Lennon. He wrote them letters to tell them his plan.
After recording a few Beatles tracks, Jack begins to generate a buzz. There’s a nice cameo from Ed Sheeran, who spots Jack on Norfolk local TV and invites him to be his supporting act on tour. Sheeran takes the piss out of himself with good grace here, admitting that he is Salieri to Jack’s Mozart. His songs are the most downloaded ever. The film is a reminder of how much a part of our lives The Beatles are. When I became a parent, their songs were among the first I played. My toddler sings the Nana na naaa! from Hey Jude in her buggy. It’s impossible to imagine a world without them. The film wouldn’t work with another band. And Yesterday has an anti-celebrity message too. Now that he’s megafamous, a shadow hangs over Jack.
The Beatles' Movie Medley. The Beatles' Movie Medley. Cat Productions 051077.
These are Beatles films as well as films about or inspired by the Beatles. This list is oldest to newest. The Beatles agree to accompany Captain Fred in his Yellow Submarine and go to Pepperland to free it from the music hating Blue Meanies. 5. The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash (1978 TV Movie). 76 min Comedy, Music. Charts the adventures of the prefab four, possibly the most famous band of all time.