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    charts. However, fame, fortune, and stress soon engulf them as they orchestrate seventeen hit singles and sell an estimated 600 million records worldwide. This legendary band entered the world at a time when people needed an escape from the chaos, and they truly connected with their generation. They were an unprecedented phenomenon that exhibited a unique sound while maintaining simplicity. The Beatles are the most influential band in history due to…

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    The Beatles Influence

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    Did you know, that The Beatles have been named, collectively, as among the 20th Century’s most influential people (Fab). The Beatles is a phenomenal band that made a huge impact on the world and how it is today. The following will describe who The Beatles are, how they met, and how they changed music. The imprint they made on people and music will forever be remembered. The Beatles, is a very famous rock group that formed their band around the 1960s. When the band first formed in 1958, it was…

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    rock and roll music, and their name was The Beatles. This band was from Liverpool, England. The Beatles were this extraordinary band with a little extra to give. As soon as this band came about they impressed any human soul that listened, and kept their interest in music a little stronger. As they came about, their music was not the only thing pulling people in. They had charming, good looks in addition to their amazing English accents. Four simple ways the Beatles changed the music industry as…

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    said by John Lennon, a member of the notorious rock band “The Beatles” during an interview ; and even though John Lennon did apologise for this statement, it doesn’t make what he said any less true. The Beatles consisted of 4 people: Ringo Starr the drummer, George Harrison the lead guitarist and a back up singer, John Lennon the rhythm guitarist and a lead singer, and Paul McCartney the bass player and a lead singer. They were all born in Liverpool and all were within three years of age of each…

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    THINKPIECES Perhaps my biggest fantasy as a music enthusiast and writer is to interview the Beatles during their prime. I would have loved to pick their brains and maybe not understand but get a glimpse of their dynamics. They had risen to the top of the charts and magnified popularity. I have always wondered what went behind the scenes, before they hit the stage, and after the lights had gone off and the screaming fans had all gone home. How did it really affect them? What were the real…

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    The Beatles were an extremely popular band in the 60’s whose legacy encompasses more than the 12 studio albums, 13 extended plays, and 22 singles that were conceived from their genius. Innovative in their approaches to style, technique, and experimentation, The Beatles were always ready to push the envelope further than most bands of the time. Even in the band’s earlier stages, they enhanced their artistic experiences by means of musical experimentation. Throughout their journey with said…

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    The History of the Beatles The Quarrymen At the time in 1956, John Lennon lived with his Aunt Mimi. Eventually around that time he found his mother. While being around her he was exposed to rock n roll. This made him want to get a guitar. He found a Gallotone Champion which was guaranteed not to break. After learning to play he went to school and asked his school mates to form a band. After a while they agreed and called themselves:…

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    The band The Beatles originated from Liverpool, England. The four members of the band is Paul Mccartney one of the main vocalist and is the bass guitar, John Lennon who plays rhythm guitar and is one of the main vocalist, George Harrison who is lead guitar and sometimes sings, and Ringo Starr who plays drums. The band’s name before The Beatles was The Quarrymen and Ringo would be the last Beatle to join the band. The band’s debut album was “Please Please me” which Parlophone had rushed released…

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    The Beatles were a musical group who originated from England, in the small town of Liverpool. This bands influence has shaped the very world with their experimental music, and inoventatuive album covers. Their musical stylings, influential image, and profound lyrics have touched the hearts and minds of many, many people all over the globe for over 50 years, and will continue to do so for many decades more. The beatles member count consisted of four young blokes by the names of George Harrison,…

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    The Beatles—Misunderstood During the interactive periods of the Beatles and their fans, the relationship had progressed, in the words of Devin McKinney, “the honeymoon was over. The marriage had begun” (71). With the Beatlemania period equivalent to the honeymoon stage and the after period the marriage. When performing for their fans, they were once showered with screams of adoring, crazed fans who would be gratified enough to just be in the audience. For the duration of these periods, the…

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