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  • Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: The Beatles

    When someone says “the Beatles” you most likely picture the iconic band, the Beatles. That’s because in 1956, four friends made a band that stormed the whole world, climbing their way to the top. The fab four consisting of Ringo 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 to be growing up in England.…

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  • How Did The Beatles Impact On Rock And Roll

    Their living arrangements were horrible, but they learn more about performing as a band. From there, The Beatles’ fame did grow tremendously. They tried finding several recording studios, and eventually landed Parlophone. By the end of 1962, The Beatles made the UK charts with their single “Love Me Single.” From there, more and more of their hits were making the charts (“History of The Beatles”). Unfortunately, in 1962, The Beatles’ manager, Brian Epstein, fired Pete Best as their drummer. The…

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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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  • The Beatles Conspiracy Theory Essay

    Paul to join the band. Paul agreed to the offer. At age 14 George Harrison became the newest member. This took awhile to happen since George was so young. . Paul try to persuade John to let him join, but John didn’t give. After awhile of persistence from Paul, John finally agreed to let George audition for the band. During the early stages, the group went through many name like The Silver Beetles and The Beatals until they finally decided on The Beatles. The band also went through a few band…

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  • Skiffle Music History

    They were trying to build a fan base, which got created with getting gigs in Germany. After they got their taste in fame in another country, they decided to come back to their hometown. While back in England they met Brian Epstein, who owned a record store in Liverpool. Interested in this new band and seeing their potential. Brian became the manager for The Beatles. With hopes of getting a record deal, Epstein came through with an audition with George Martin at Parlophone records. He was…

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  • The Beatles Impact On Society

    band known as “the Quarrymen” In 1957 “the Quarrymen” added guitarist: Paul McCartney, to the roster. Not much later George Harrison (a friend of Paul McCartney’s) joined the band. Through the late 50’s members of “the Quarrymen” came and went but the trio of guitarist remained. Proving that they were the most compatible with each other. In 1960 the band changed their name to “the silver Beatles” they quickly decided to abandon the “silver” and the name “the Beatles” stuck. In 1960 the band was…

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  • The Beatles Eight Years Analysis

    points of the documentary, Cheshire states:As its cumbersome title indicates, the documentary was founded on the wise choice of not trying to make a single feature that would encompass the band’s entire career. Rather, in focusing on the years when the band became the first ever to mount several world-spanning tours, it offers two things at once: a history of the Beatles during the years of their initial success; and a tribute to the group’s powers as a live act (Cheshire, Godfrey).He also notes…

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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…

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  • How Did The Beatles Influence Popular Culture

    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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  • Help Movie Analysis

    I have watched Beatles movie “Help!”, and I find it very interesting since the story is entertaining and their songs are enjoyable. Beatles are shown performing in this movie. The movie describes a story that Ringo wears a ring that makes him a sacrificial victim of an eastern cult. The Clang and the mad scientist Foot are going after the Beatles for the ring. The movie ends up with Ringo getting off the ring and being free from the sacrificial victim. There are some Beatles songs in the movie,…

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