Paul McCartney

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  • John Lennon And John Mccannon Analysis

    Time magazine 's year 2000 top 100 influential people article not only ranked the Beatles as the best-selling band of all time but stated the group had sold 600 million albums. Fifteen years after this report one can only imagine the amount of Beatles albums sold today. Together John Lennon and Paul McCartney co-wrote 180 out of the roughly 245 Beatles songs while the remaining songs were written with or by other band mates. The Lennon McCartney songwriting duo is as historical in the field of music as any. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr were only together as a band for seven years, but they impacted the world like no other. Equally gifted musicians, John Lennon and Paul McCartney are regarded as the best musical…

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  • The Beatles: The Most Famous And Rock Band In History

    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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  • The Beatles Songs Analysis

    The name of the band I'm doing for this write up is The Beatles and the album is Revolver. The genre of this album is pop/rock. I personally do not listen to the Beatles that much. But I really like a lot of songs in this album when I thought I would like none of these songs. In this album there are 14 songs mostly by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Overall I really like this album and would recommend this album to people. The band members in this band are Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo…

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  • Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: The Beatles

    Starr, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and George Harrison. Their journey on being one of the biggest influences in rock ‘n’ roll history. From their major works, to their billions of records sold. Their life during the Beatles, and the achievements made after. This is a research paper on the Beatles. This paper starts in their homeland of Liverpool, where John, Ringo, Paul, and George were born and grew up in. They were growing up during the near end of World War II, which was not the best time…

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  • Beatles Let It Be Analysis

    dark times. The song, as a whole, revolves around the theme of finding light, or happiness, in a dark or hopeless situation. The instrumental resemblance of a gospel style is then reenforced with the lyrics as they possess biblical allusions. “When I find myself in times of trouble, mother Mary comes to me.” (Verse 1) This allusion is almost impossible to ignore, even though Paul McCartney argues that it had nothing to do with a biblical reference. The church-choir style can additionally be…

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  • A Summary Of A Psychology Of Idle Rumor

    student from the University of Michigan and writer for The Michigan Daily was assigned to review the album. While listening, a DJ named Russ Gibbs from a radio station called WKNR in Detroit, a random caller was aired on the station said "Did you hear Paul is dead?" Gibbs thought it was a joke but the caller continued explaining why he believed so. Apparently, the caller said when you listen to the song "Revolution 9" backwards, you can hear "Turn me on dead man..." repeatedly. After, calls…

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  • The Beatles And Rolling Stones Similarities

    The Beatles mostly sang about peace and love, experimenting with different concepts on the subject and various instruments. George Harrison introduced the sitar in some of their later albums. Originally, they started as a simple pop band and eventually grew and developed into a rock and roll band. Most of their fan base was composed of teenage girls, while the Rolling Stones attracted every one of every age. They would have to think of creative and clever ways to sneak lyrics about sex and drugs…

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  • How Did The Beatles Start The Quarrymen

    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…

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  • Magical Mystery Tour Analysis

    that resulted of the band continuing the production of Magical Mistery Tour, a project that actually already begun in April not long after the completion of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Essentially, Paul McCartney started to become the one who mainly decide the group’s decision, and embracing the band to keep continuing what they do, in the midst of period where the band might easily break because the lack of direction. John Lennon was still under a deceitful impression during this…

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  • Why Did The Beatles Stay So Popular?

    Throughout the history of our world, there are certain people who have made such an impact that their legacies will live on forever. Whether they are inventors, presidents, activists, athletes, actors or musicians only a few are able to stand the test of time. It takes special and unique individuals who are willing to take a stand against the norm, go against the grain and carve their own way. Four men who have done just that are John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.…

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