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  1. Pete F. says:

    Wow! The pic with the arrows could be an album cover. Spectacular!

    Thanks for posting.

  2. princess stephanie says:

    Attention: Apple: Jeff Jones/ and the very much loved four shareholders. I respectfully submit the following for your consideration:

    The technology to colorise old B&W video, in 2011, is way more advanced than back in the Anthology days (all you need is love, which was excellently done as colorisation project).

    Please. please. please. How about investing in colorising the Ed Sullivan videos (using these pics as a template guide) , and include them in a Beatles promo and live DVD collection. And use remastered audio.
    (or even better: Giles remixes please !!).

    It would sell like hot cakes. waaaay overdue. All those who agree say “aye”.

  3. princess stephanie says:

    August 2012 will be the 50th anniversary of the formation of the Beatles classic line up (i.e. when Ringo joined).

    Perfect tie in for a DVD collection of selected promo, live and movie song clips.

    Its fashionable among fans to criticise Apple for their slow (or non) releases of rarer stuff that we, the fans, wish for. Instead, lets ask nicely. Maybe the polite approach will work !!

  4. Kwai Chang says:

    Somebody hire Stephanie…
    A lot of cool thoughts shouldn’t ever be wasted…
    (except when the McCartney cigs get lit)

  5. Ishie says:

    Stephanie … although the black & whites are classic, a colorised edition of the Sullivan shows and other b&w performances would be terrific. The product(s) would be yet another sales success and could only add to the excitement of those performances.
    Apple may be slow in releasing Beatles related works but when they do, they do a remarkable job w/o ever selling the band short. Neil (bless him) was very cautious in preserving the bands legacy and he did a superb job with love & admiration for his four friends.

  6. Pete F. says:

    “Aye” agree with Stephanie :-)

    And yes, Neil (bless him) did do a wonderful job with the Fabs legacy and image. I’m sure many projects were discussed/planned but time, as usual, got in the way.

    Apple: please, please, please. Stephanie idea’s for the Sullivan material is excellent. She’s right, easy money, the fans are there waiting. And let’s not forget Shea: the excerpts in Anthology were mind blowing. Even easier money. Please consider it, before we’re all dust.

  7. Jocelyn says:

    I’m going to go against the grain and state that I would prefer B&W film clips to remain so. I’m happy that colour footage exists, but the B&W footage is what it is. I don’t really like the idea of modifications made to existing music, film, art, literature, etc. I’m able to enjoy it as it was, as it is, and as it should remain (in my opinion).

    I’ll hold my rant about misuse of technology for another day. :-)

  8. Jocelyn says:

    Oh, and I do concur with Pete F. about making this stuff available while we’re still around to buy it. My cash is waiting for DVDs of all the concert footage and promo films. Although it would cost a fortune, I’d probably open my wallet for a digital set of all the studio session tapes. What I’ve heard must be just a small fraction.

    Thankfully, great quality torrents of Shea, and Germany have made the rounds. I bought a fantastic quality VHS of one of the Tokyo shows way back in 1984 at the Beatlefest in LA. Great stuff! If I could purchase them, I’d be there.

  9. Thiago Recife says:

    3rd Photo…”with a love like that…”

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  11. ALEX OF BRONX says:

    As you guys state Ed Sullivan ans Shea 1965 made the rounds along with Tokyo 1966 what I would love to see is Shea 1966. It seems Shea 65 was the better of the two but never ever saw much of Shea 1966. Or the last live show @ Candlestick 8.29.66 man that would have historical significance and mak Apple a ton of $$$$$$$$

  12. Dave Emms says:

    How about colourising Hard days night too

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