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PostSubject: British Invasion   Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:23 am

On December 10, 1963 the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite ran a story about the Beatlemania phenomenon in the United Kingdom.[9] After seeing the report, 15 year old Marsha Albert of Silver Spring, Maryland wrote a letter the following day to disc jockey Carroll James at radio station WWDC asking "why can't we have music like that here in America?".[9] On December 17 James had Albert introduce "I Want to Hold Your Hand" live on the air, the first airing of a Beatles song in the United States.[9] WWDC's phones lit up and Washington, D.C. area record stores were flooded with requests for a record they did not have in stock.[9] On December 26 Capitol Records released the record three weeks ahead of schedule.[9] The release of the record during a time when teenagers were on vacation helped spread Beatlemania in America.[9] On January 18, 1964, "I Want to Hold Your Hand" reached number one on the Cash Box chart, the following week it did the same on Billboard.[9] On February 7 the CBS Evening News ran a story about The Beatles' United States arrival that afternoon in which the correspondent said "The British Invasion this time goes by the code name Beatlemania".[10] Two days later (Sunday, February 9) they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. Seventy five percent of Americans watching television that night viewed their appearance.[6] On April 4 the Beatles held the top 5 positions on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, the only time to date that any act has accomplished this.[6][11] The group's massive chart success continued until they broke up in 1970.[6]
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PostSubject: Re: British Invasion   Fri Jan 14, 2011 7:32 am

Two days later (Sunday, February 9) they appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show. Seventy five percent of Americans watching television that night viewed their appearance.[6] On April 4 the Beatles held the top 5 positions on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, the only time to date that any act has accomplished this






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PostSubject: Re: British Invasion   Sat Jan 15, 2011 9:57 am

On December 10, 1963 the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite ran a story about the Beatlemania phenomenon in the United Kingdom.[9] After seeing the report, 15 year old Marsha Albert of Silver Spring, Maryland wrote a letter the following day to disc jockey Carroll James at radio station WWDC asking "why can't we have music like that here in America?".[9] On December 17 James had Albert introduce "I Want to Hold Your Hand" live on the air, the first airing of a Beatles song in the United States.[9] WWDC's phones lit up and Washington, D.C. area record stores were flooded with requests for a record they did not have in stock.[9] On December 26 Capitol Records released the record three weeks ahead of schedule.[9] The release of the record during a time when teenagers were on vacation helped spread Beatlemania in America.[9] On January 18, 1964, "I Want to Hold Your Hand" reached number one on the Cash Box chart

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