Twist And Shout by The Beatles, Live At The Royal Variety Performance, London, November 4, 1963 (4:12)
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On November 4, 1963, The Beatles play at the Royal Variety Performance in London. This was the night of The Beatles’ famous appearance at the Royal Command Performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, in the presence of the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. Just before singing Twist and Shout, a sheepish yet quite audacious John Lennon made the following controversial remark: “For our last number I’d like to ask your help. Will the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands. And the rest of you, if you’d just rattle your jewelry. Thank you, we’d like to sing a song called, Twist And Shout.”
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