EVERYTHING: THE REAL THING STORY

By Simon SHERIDAN

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Documentary - Completed 2020

Britain in the 1970s was divided by racial tension. Then the other Fab Four from Liverpool's ghetto became the first black band to have a #1 hit. Their photos appeared on the bedroom walls of white, teenage girls and 'everything' changed.

    • Year of production
    • 2020
    • Genres
    • Documentary, Art - Culture, Musical
    • Countries
    • UNITED KINGDOM
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Duration
    • 95 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Simon SHERIDAN
    • Synopsis
    • Britain in the 1970s was divided by racial tension. Then the other Fab Four from Liverpool's ghetto became the first black band to have a #1 hit. Their photos appeared on the bedroom walls of white, teenage girls and 'everything' changed.
      The press dubbed them ‘The Black Beatles’ - Eddy, Chris, Dave and Ray - four working-class boys from one of Liverpool’s toughest neighbourhoods became Britain’s most most-celebrated originators of soul, funk and disco. With a string of huge hits, they dominated the international charts throughout the 70s & 80s with iconic songs like ‘You to Me Are Everything’, ‘Can’t Get By Without You’ & ‘Can You Feel the Force’.
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