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  • Beatles Second Album
    870 words
    The world's number one rock group consisted of John Winston (Ono) Lennon (born 10/09/40 - died 12/08/80), whose middle name came from his parent's admiration of Winston Churchill, and which John changed to Ono in later years; James Paul McCartney (born 06/18/42); George Harold Harrison (born 02/25/43 - died 11/29/01); and Ringo Starr (born Richard Starkey 07/07/40). During the Beatles recording career from 1962 to 1970, they would release twenty-two singles (45 rpm) in the United Kingdom, and th...
  • Legends Of Rock And Roll The Beatles
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    LEGENDS OF ROCK AND ROLL The Beatles were known as a rock and roll group, but they were not just any old band. They changed music around the world, as we know it. Between the boys, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Richard Starkey, better known as Ringo Starr, they had extraordinary talent (History of the Beatles 1). They started what was called the "British Invasion", and some say that the Beatles are the greatest musicians to ever walk God's great earth. It all started in 1956,...
  • Next U.S. Beatles Album
    2,550 words
    Probably the most popular, influential and enduring rock group of all time, the Beatles almost single-handedly reshaped rock 'n' roll from a genre of throwaway singles by faceless stars to an artistic medium with memorable images and idols. The Beatles placed the emphasis on a group, rather than a single individual, like Frank Sinatra or Elvis. They also set an example for all rock n roll bands to follow with their strong sense of self-determination, going against their record company and manage...
  • Beatles
    515 words
    The Beatles-the singer-guitarists Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and George Harrison, and the drummer Ringo Starr-have been the most influential performing group in the history of rock. Their music, hairstyle, dress, and lifestyle were imitated all over the world, resulting in a phenomenon known as Beatlemania. All four Beatles were born during the early 1940's in Liverpool, England, and dropped out of school in their teens to devote themselves to rock. Lennon and McCartney, the main songwriters o...
  • Fame Of The Beatles
    479 words
    Why the Notion that the Beatles Changed the World is a Misconception The Beatles had a minimal effect on the world's course of events. They jumped on the hippie bandwagon at the perfect time to capitalize from it. Their fame did not reach as far nor did not unify as much as some people would think and they are merely an icon through which baby-boomers reminisce about the 'good old days'. The Beatles are credited with touching off the revolution of the sixties. In reality, it was the hippie era t...
  • John Lennon And Paul
    925 words
    The Beatles By Chris It was new! It was wild! It was weird! But for the 60'8, it was fabulous! On February 12, 1964 in old Came gie Hall, the place in New York where classical musicians played, there was music history being made that day by four young musicians. Their music was loud. It came thundering out of the electric amplifier's that was drowned out by screams of fans! The musicians emerged on the scene like fireworks! Thousands of teenagers packed Carnegie Hall. They squealed, groaned, how...
  • Beatles In Mid 1962
    814 words
    The Beatles are even today known as the greatest and most influential act of the rock era. They introduced more innovations into popular music than any other rock band of the 20th century. Moreover, they were among the few artists of any genre that were simultaneously the best at what they did, and the most popular at what they did. They were also the first British rock group to achieve worldwide prominence, launching a British Invasion that made rock truly an international phenomenon. Guitarist...
  • That The Music Of The Beatles
    1,417 words
    Hypothesis: "That the music of the Beatles accelerated the change of society". By the time the fifties was over the world was looking for a fresh new sound and look in the music industry. It came in the shape and form of four young Liverpoodlians. As John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr (Richard Stark) shook their mop tops and strummed out their new style of Rock 'n' Roll, an entire generation stood up and took notice and knew that society would never be the same. And it ...
  • Beatles Rise To Fame
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    The Beatle's incerdible rise to fame, was a very gradual process which expanded over 4 years. The Beatles from 1958 till 1962, were continuity rejected by record labels and were confined to playing very poorly managed clubs and were subject to low pay. During the early years of 1958 and 1959, the Beatles who comprised of John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison were just 3 young hopefuls, who were dreaming of fame. They played in small cafes and clubs around Liverpool recieving very littl...
  • Second Beatles Album
    2,155 words
    Probably the most popular, influential and enduring rock group of all time, the Beatles almost single-handedly reshaped rock 'n' roll from a genre of throwaway singles by faceless stars to an artistic medium with recognizable images and idols. The Beatles placed the emphasis on a group, rather than a single individual. They also set an example for all rock acts to follow with their strong sense of self-determination, going against their record company and management on many issues, even refusing...
  • Beatles And The Hurricanes
    1,577 words
    A First Person Ringo Starr Biography From Birth Through The Beatles A Brief and Hopefully Accurate Summary of the Life and Times of Ringo Starr. I, Ringo Starr, was born on July seventh, 1940. I was named after my father. I was the only child of Richard Starkey and Elsie G leave. The two had met while working together at a local bakery. They eventually married in 1936. My family resided at 9 Madryn Street, a six-room terrace house in a poor and rough working class section of Liverpool known as t...
  • Beatle Records
    1,754 words
    Beatlemania in the 1960's The Beatles were a mystical happening that many people still don't understand. Phenomenoligists had a ball in 1964 with Beatlemania, a generally harmless form of madness which came from Britain in 1963. The sole cause of Beatlemania is a quartet of young Englishmen known as the Beatles. In the less than one year that they achieved popularity in England to the time they came to America, The Beatles achieved a popularity and following that is unprecedented in the history ...

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