And here's a look at the Beatles' great performance, in two parts. They're introduced by New York disk jockey, Murray the K.
Video find: Roger Moore presents the 1964 New Musical Express Poll-Winners awards to the Beatles and others
Moore, then appearing as TV's "The Saint," presents trophies to the Fab Four and many others.
Donald "Duck" Dunn, bassist with Booker T and the MGs, has died at age 70, NME reports.
The M.G.'s were the house band for STAX records and Dunn can be heard on a number of tracks including Otis Redding's 'Respect' and Albert King's 'Born Under A Bad Sign'.Here is Duck, with the MGs, performing the group's biggest hit:
The bassist had been in the Japanese city to play a series of concerts as part of a STAX show, featuring Steve Cropper and Eddie Floyd, and had played two gigs on Saturday night. Cropper posted on his Facebook page that Dunn had died in his sleep.