Premiere: Graham Nash Raves About Recording With the Beatles

Folk great remembers 1967 broadcast in new 'Beatles Stories' documentary

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first single, "Love Me Do," Cinema Libre Studio is releasing Beatles Stories, a new documentary featuring heartfelt memories told by the group's fans. In this exclusive preview clip, Graham Nash looks back on the first televised broadcast of "All You Need Is Love" in 1967. It happened spontaneously; the morning of the taping, Paul McCartney invited the folk great to swing by the EMI recording studio, and he joined Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Keith Moon and other rockers at the session.

"Any excuse to have a party in the Sixties was taken at the drop of a hat. 'You want to party? Let's go!'" recalls Nash. "I just have a great, warm feeling about that day. We were safe, we were in a recording studio."

Beatles Stories will be released digitally and on DVD on October 2nd and will screen that same day at Los Angeles' Egyptian Theatre. For tickets, showings and more information, visit the Egyptian Theatre's website and the Beatles Stories' website.