How Did The Beatles Start The Quarrymen

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The Beatles had a lot of trouble starting a band and a lot of failures. At first the Beatles weren't even called the Beatles; they were called The Quarrymen. The Quarrymen also had a different name before, it was Johnny and the Moondogs. The Quarrymen was established 1956 in Liverpool, England. Also, The Quarrymen’s founder was John Lennon. In 1957 John Lennon met George Harrison at a church function. Later, in 1958 George joined The Quarrymen. Unfortunately The Quarry Men broke up in 1959. But, right after The Quarrymen broke up the Beatles were made. The Beatles formed in Liverpool England in 1960. In the 1960’s the Beatles formed a social revolution. Pete Best was the original drummer for the Beatles but he soon left. The Beatles also had some acts in Hamburg, West Germany in 1960. The Beatles became truly famous on their first appearance when they were scheduled to open and close the Ed Sullivan …show more content…
Abbey Road, was released in september of 1969. The album Abbey Road by the Beatles was also a smash hit on the Billboard List and it stayed there for eleven weeks. The name for the album was named after an old EMI studio which now houses the Beatles archives containing hundreds of hours of recording. The picture for the album cover was supposed to be taken up in the Himalayas. But, instead they just walked outside of their recording studio. The sketch for Abbey Road was draw by Paul McCartney himself. Abbey Road was the Beatles last album. Although, “Let It Be” was released later than Abbey Road, it was recorded before Abbey Road. But, the on the album's legacy inspired countless imitations. The album cover went down in Fab Four lore. With the first two providing proof of the conspiracy theory that Paul McCartney had died several years earlier. Before, the album was released. The conspiracy theory spawning the stubbornly persistent

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