How the Beatles Went Viral In '64

At Christmas, 1963, virtually no one in America had heard of the Beatles And yet on February 9th, 1964, 73 million people watched the band perform on the Ed Sullivan Show, the largest ever audience for an entertainment program up to that point What happened in a mere six weeks that would allow for something so unprecedented to occur How the Beatles Went Viral In 64 iAt Christmas, 1963, virtually no one in America had heard of the Beatles And yet on February 9th, 1964, 73 million people watched the band perform on the Ed Sullivan Show, the largest ever audience for an entertainment program up to that point What happened in a mere six weeks that would allow for something so unprecedented to occur How the Beatles Went Viral In 64 is an in depth, serious examination of how a mix of luck, tragedy, ambition, mistakes, rivalries, technology and raw talent combined to launch the biggest pop juggernaut in history Fans of the Beatles and anyone interested in understanding how cultural phenomena occur will find this book invaluable.
How the Beatles Went Viral In At Christmas virtually no one in America had heard of the Beatles And yet on February th million people watched the band perform on the Ed Sullivan Show the largest ever audience fo

  • Title: How the Beatles Went Viral In '64
  • Author: Steve Greenberg
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  • Page: 489
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    • Susan said:
      Sep 19, 2018 - 23:08 PM

      This short ebook is similar to the recent kindle single release, “Got that something!” Both are about the upcoming Beatles anniversary of appearing on the Ed Sullivan show on 9th February, 1964 and their unprecedented success in the US. The author of this book was head of Artists and Repertoire at Mercury Records, releasing three solo albums by Ringo Starr. Once, during a protracted discussion about a photo on an album cover, he was struck by Ringo’s comment that every detail mattered – [...]

    • Rob Hermanowski said:
      Sep 19, 2018 - 23:08 PM

      The Beatles were virtually unknown in America in mid-December, 1963, yet Beatlemania hit full force over the next few weeks and by the time of their Ed Sullivan Show appearance in early February virtually every American knew of them. How did this occur in the days before the internet existed? This short Kindle e-book offers a fun and plausible explanation.

    • Jerri said:
      Sep 19, 2018 - 23:08 PM

      A very short but well researched book on the early days of the Beatles. Greenberg details the mood of the country and other factors that contributed to Beatlemania in early 1964. A really fun read.

    • Indah Threez Lestari said:
      Sep 19, 2018 - 23:08 PM

      548 - 2016

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