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甲壳虫入侵纽约!创作者们对Beatlemania的回忆

播客:第346集 How Beatlemania both energized 和 paralyzed New York City in the mid 1960s as told by the women who screamed their hearts out 和 helped build a phenomenon.

之前 防弹少年团,之前 一个方向, 之前 后街男孩NSYNC,之前 菜单do 杰克逊5 —你有保罗,约翰,乔治和林戈。

披头士 were already an international phenomenon by February 9, 1964. when they first arrived at the newly named 肯尼迪国际机场. During their visits to the city between 1964 和 1966, the Fab Four were seen by thousands of screaming fans 和 millions of television audiences in some of New York’s greatest landmarks.

And each time they came through here, the city — 和 America itself — was a little bit different. 

In this show, we present a little re-introduction to the Beatles 和 how New York City became a key component in the Beatlemania phenomenon, a part of their mythology — from the classic concert venues (牛油树体育场, 卡内基音乐厅)到豪华酒店(广场, 华威)。

我们还将专注于甲壳虫的后职业 约翰列侬 who truly fell in love with New York City in the 1970s. And we’ll visit that tragic moment in American history which united the world 40 years ago — on December 8, 1980

But we are not telling this story alone. Helping us tell this story are recollections from listeners, the women who were once the young fans of the Beatles here in New York, the women who helped built Beatlemania.

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A very big THANK YOU to the women who sent in recollections about their love of the Beatles in the 1960s.


CBS通过Getty Images
纽约每日新闻
中央公园巡游— sans George.
卡内基音乐厅的甲壳虫乐队
鲍勃·迪伦(Bob Dylan)进入Delmonico酒店与甲壳虫乐队见面
乳木果乐队的披头士乐队/ SUBAFILMS LTD
图片来源:Getty Images Allan Tannenbaum

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进一步聆听
与本周的演出有关

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进一步阅读

甲壳虫日记 帕特里夏·加洛·斯蒂曼(Patricia Gallo-Stenman)
能够’t买我爱:甲壳虫乐队,英国和美国 乔纳森·古尔德(Jonathan Gould)
约翰·列侬:纽约年 鲍勃·格鲁恩(Bob Gruen)
寻找约翰·列侬 莱斯利·安·琼斯(Lesley-Ann Jones)
海象&大象:约翰·列侬’的革命年 詹姆斯·米切尔(James A.Mitchell)
甲壳虫乐队在这里! 佩内洛普·罗兰兹(Penelope Rowlands)
Fab:保罗·麦卡特尼的私生活 霍华德·苏尼斯(Howard Sounes)
披头士乐队:传记 鲍勃·斯皮兹(Bob Spitz)
约翰·列侬(John Lennon)1980:生命的最后一天 肯尼斯·沃马克(Kenneth Womack)


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2 replies on “甲壳虫入侵纽约!创作者们对Beatlemania的回忆”

我记得甲壳虫乐队来纽约的时候
My ears were glued to WABC radio who got into the plaza Back in those days the 3 Top 40 radio stations in New York WINS, WABC,&WMCA were fighting to be the so called official Beatles station.WABC eventually won because WABC got interviews with the Beatles before the other stations did.

I wish I would have known about this podcast earlier to share my experience at the West Side Tennis Club the evening of the concert.
I was 12 years old. My father 和 stepmother somehow got reservations for dinner at the club that night. We did not belong to the club so I do not know how that happened. Murray the K (well known radio DJ) was dining at a large table with other guests. He graciously gave me an autograph scribbled on a photo card of himself.
The wait seemed tedious as the WSTC was the dressing room for the Beatles 和 I knew I might get an up close view. They flew in by helicopter 和 I stood outside with the others. It was not a large crowd. We cheered at them as they walked by. I remember my cousin reached out to George (we were that close) 和 he took his hand 和 motioned it as to push her away.
Our waiter got us autographs! But the best part was yet to come. The girls bathroom had a direct view into the Beatles dressing room. Secretly we sat there 和 watched! However I don’t think we saw much of anything from our view…there were many people in the Beatles room 和 I don’t recall seeing a Beatle.
我有演出的门票,所以有时不得不离开。
When 披头士 left for the show apparently several people, including my parents, went into the dressing room 和 came out with a makeup bag with makeup, personal photos (we enlarged one to see if it was Cynthia Lennon), Cigarette butts And assorted items that I don’t recall. I couldn’t believe it!!!!
*As an adult I can now say that was wrong…but as a Beatle fan experiencing Beatlemania…it was the best thing that ever happened to me.
Oh the concert was great. Couldn’t hear anything 和 I was still high on what I just experienced at the WSTC.

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