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    amazing. Behind the music making there was actually a strange confliction between the two main people of the Beatles, John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Both John and Paul had…

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    Paul McCartney is a sensational man who was born on June 18, 1942 in Liverpool, England. Raised in a working class family Paul McCartney at an early age fell in love with music, partly due to his part jazz musician father. With the many various influences of music in Paul McCartney’s life, these influences impacted him to build a band that emerged as The Beatles. The Beatles by far were one of the first globally recognized all-male rock n’ roll and later pop performers. Following the explosion…

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    Lennon and Paul McCartney. Both John and Paul had very different styles of playing music and even writing music. As one author puts this…

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    frenzy over the English rock band, the Beatles. Among the group is the ladies favorite Paul McCartney, renowned for his cute charm, serenading voice, and efforts to cease so many animal deaths. Unfortunately, however, his popularity was increased exponentially when a conspiracy of his death arose by his own fans which states that he died in a car crash in 1963 and the band left clues in their music because they felt guilty of their hoax. The rock legend, Paul McCartney, is subject to many media…

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    popularity spread across the entire world. Although there were a few other members during their years active, the original members were John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. The Beatles hold the record for having twenty number-one hits on Billboard magazine. They are also the best-selling band in history, with sales estimating over 600 million records worldwide. Because this band was famous, there were various rumors and issues surrounding them, and one of the most famous…

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    It first came about when Tim Harper started a rumor that Paul McCartney died, and put an article about it in his magazine. The news spread like fire in a gasoline factory and became one of the biggest conspiracies of its time. After Paul ended it all, the Beatles didn’t want to break the fans’ hearts. So they called up Billy Shears, Paul’s complete physical and vocal lookalike to take his place. Still to this day Billy Shears is “Paul McCartney” On the Album cover Abbey Road conspirators…

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    as a public figure? According to the “Paul Is Dead” conspiracy theory this is exactly what they did. Close to the year 1969 rumors started to spread about popular lead singer of the beloved band The Beatles. People who heard these rumors because very serious. Could it be true? Could Paul McCartney have died in 1966, November 9th in a car crash coming home from the EMI recording studio? Or maybe people wouldn't believe the talent and big success their band had. Could such a huge idol that…

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    Paul McCartney’s Aston Martin was involved in a car wreck in the early hours of November 6 1966, many Beatles’ fans claim that Paul McCartney died in that accident and was replaced by the winner of a recent look-alike contest. The “Paul is Dead” conspiracy theory was developed in 1969, when a college student claimed that The Beatles had been inserting clues about member Paul McCartney’s death in their last couple albums. One clue the student mentions includes, the cover of Abbey Road which some…

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    The Beatles was and still is a widely celebrated rock band that organized in Liverpool, England. They were one of the most popular bands of all time, and their name still exists after fifty years. Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison were the four main musicians who played in the Beatles. Paul McCartney was born June 18th 1942 in Liverpool. He was born to a working class family. His father a musician encouraged McCartney to explore music. He started learning music…

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    The Beatles: Fine Tuning Britain “The thing the sixties did was to show us the possibilities and the responsibility that we all had. It wasn 't the answer. It just gave us a glimpse of the possibility” (Lennon). The empowering musical legend, John Lennon, recalls the sixties as a time of maturation and optimism for the world as a whole. Instead of fighting world wars, cowering in economic depression, or riding the wave of regularity, people began to express the values near and dear to…

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