MCCARTNEY HARRISON LENNON STARR

The Beatles perform on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show" in New York Feb. 9, 1964. From left, front, are Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lennon. Ringo Starr plays drums. (AP Photo)

Beatles A.C. concert

replayed on radio

Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles playing in Atlantic City, and local radio station KOOL-98.3 FM has a treat for local fans. At 6:15 p.m. today, the station will play a recording of the band's full 30-minute show here. Staff at Longport Media discovered the recording in the station's archives as they worked to commemorate the concert anniversary, said Dave Coskey, president of the media company.

"It's a 50 year old tape, it certainly doesn't sound pristine, but we think the historic value of it outweighs the technical quality," Coskey said. "I sat down and listened to it from start to finish. I thought it was especially cool, I'd always heard about the Beatles in Convention Hall, this is going to be as close as you can get to seeing it."

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