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...Beatles: Girl When the Beatles released the album Rubber Soul in 1965 it was a pivotal change in musical style and direction for the band. The group of songs represented greater experimentation and a move away from the traditional pop sound on "She Loves You". The highly acclaimed songs of "Michelle", "Yesterday", and "Norwegian Wood" introduced new European and Eastern sounds, more complex rhythms, and a move toward the ballad style. Another song on the album, "Girl", less widely covered also has many of the same elements. "Girl" is a melancholy folk ballad that is dominated by a minor progression that resolves into a major key refrain of "Oh girl, girl, girl". During the refrain, the song... The...
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The Beatles
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...Beatles - modern or postmodern The Beatles remain a remarkable commodity nearly forty years after the band split up. Perhaps the most famous and influential pop group in history, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, John Lennon and Ringo Starr were responsible for massive cultural changes during the 1960's. They represented the move from 1950's conventionality to 1960's rebellion and yet, after the band split up in the late 1960's their influence only seemed to grow. In 2006 two new "Beatles" products appeared with a Las Vegas show dedicated to their music and the release of "Love", an album of remixed recordings by their long-time producer George Martin which is used in the Las Vegas show. Two... The...
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The Beatles
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...Beatles has been phenomenal in the music industry. Simply put, rock ‘n’ roll, as we know it today, was pioneered by the Beatles. Special credit should be given to Elvis and all other stakeholders involved in planting the seeds of this music genre. Arguably, every rock artists of the past fifty years should heap praise to these four fabulous artists for setting the popular music’s template. Beatles first album “Please Please Me, which they released in 1963 inspired by American pop culture but rooted in British determination. By the time they were making their sixth album, “Rubber Soul,” they were making their script and most importantly shaping the rock and pop music landscape that would... be...
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The Beatles
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...Beatles Abbey Road was officially the final album the internationally acclaimed English rock band The Beatles ever released. It was their highest selling album in the United States. The album was named after Abbey Road, the street the members of the band were crossing on the 8th of August. The album is a stunning success of artistry. Side one is traditionally structured (i.e. collection-of-songs layout), whereas side two was dedicated to long medleys. On this album, George Harrison flourished as a composer, creating two genuine classics—‘Here Comes the Sun’ and ‘Something’ (MacFarlane 88). John Lennon did not completely stand out on the album, although his compositions... are remarkable: ‘I...
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The Beatles as Musicians
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...BEATLES AS MUSICIANS In the beginning of 1960s, a Liverpool based English rock band- The Beatles, came forward with all its zeal and zest in the United Kingdom. At that time, no band equaled the influence and popularity of the four stars of the Beatles- John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison and Paul McCartney. Just then, the four stars of the Beatles were prevalently regarded as the most prominent and leading idols of the era. In the beginning of their career, Beatles had experimented skiffle and rock and roll of 1950s. Later on, they tried out other genres in their music albums like psychedelic rock and pop ballads. This band, most often, preferred to incorporate classical music... in...
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The Beatles Story
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...Beatles Story Introduction The Beatles were a rock band from England and were formed in 1957, in Liverpool. The group was made of Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, and John Lennon. The most outstanding area associated with the Beatles is their music. While the group was rooted in rock and roll, it utilized other genres as well, such as psychedelic rock and pop ballads and oftentimes incorporated classical elements in very creative ways (Barrow, 2005, p. 83). The music reputation of the group during its formative stages was built in Liverpool and Hamburg. They toured Hamburg, Germany, in 1960 where they made their first studio work as a singer Tony Sheridan’s backing band... for...
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The Beatles Analysis
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...Beatles The Beatles are arguably the most influential music and performance band in the diverse history of rock and roll. The original Beatles band was comprised of John Lennon who played the rhythm guitar, Paul McCartney who was the second lead guitarist, George Harrison who was the lead guitarist, Stuart Sutcliffe who played the bass guitar, and Tommy Moore who played the drums. Ringo star joined the band later on. However, the members who are famous with the band are John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. They were born were born in Liverpool during the 1940s. After two decades, the four men who were initially in the working class took the world by storm... with a...
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The Beatles Creative Process
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...Beatles Creative Process-MacDonald vs. Hertsgaard The Psychedelic era is descriptive of the era in the Sixties when the musical as well as social scene was greatly affected by the open use of psychedelic drugs. The most common drugs used by artistic people were hallucinogens such as LSD and marijuana. Music was probably most affected by the use of drugs. The fact that many famous musicians such as ‘The Beatles’ abused drugs revolutionized many citizens' attitudes towards drug consumption in many developed nations. According to Ian MacDonald, in his book, ‘Revolution in the Head’, John Lennon was the first of the group, ‘The Beatles’ to experiment with LSD. Contrary... for the purpose of...
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The Beatles and drugs
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...Beatles and Drugs The Beatles and Drugs The Beatles were with no doubt the most influential British band of the 1960s, with their music bringing a revolution to the music face as well as rock and roll. This influence was made possible by four young men of the band: Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison. Their influence on the life of Britons got however regarded as rebellious in areas of culture and lifestyle of the people, especially the youth; since they were their target audience. The influence occurred in various ways, and this is in terms of the hair the young people went for, clothes, and introduction to the hippie movement as well as lyrics. This change however...
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Listening Response Beatles
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...Beatles The Beatles is an English rock band which has extensively influenced the young generation of the modern world and the culture of the nation. "Strawberry Fields Forever" has been celebrated by several critics as one of the best recordings by the band and the listening of the song soothes the mind as some hallucinogenic drugs. No doubt, the song is considered one of the essential compositions of psychedelic rock style. The nostalgic effect of the song has been proficiently created mainly by the beauty of the sound, the extraordinary sequence of the musical tones, the use of multi-layered instruments and their effects, the remarkable revise to give special musical effects etc... Listening Response-...
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Drugs as The Beatles inspiration
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...Beatles' music. At first, the musicians took over-the-counter uppers called Preludin to keep up the grueling schedule required of young musicians under contract in German clubs. John Lennon said... , "If they came in at five in the morning and we'd been playing seven hours, they'd give us a crate of champagne and we were supposed to carry on. My voice began to hurt with the pain of singing. But we learned from the Germans that you could stay awake by eating slimming pills, so we did that" (The Beatles Anthology 49). Ringo Starr remembers that they began using drugs, because, "That's the only way we could continue playing for so long. we'd get really wired and go on for days....
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Research Paper on the Beatles
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...Beatles Back in the mid-1900s, a group emerged that revolutionized the music world as we know it. It was a four-man group known as the Beatles. So much has been written about them that at times it’s often hard to abridge their career without restating cliches. The Beatles began their singing in Hamburg, Germany under Allan Williams. They would play and sing regularly in one of the Hamburg clubs. The group would go back regularly to Liverpool and they played at the Cavern. Their bass player then, Stuart Sutcliffe, left the band, and Paul McCartney was forced to take his place. In November of 1960, they met the rock and roller Tony Sheridan,...
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The Beatles: The Greatest Bands Ever
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...Beatles: The Greatest Bands Ever Introduction The Beatles music is considered the most popular and prominent during the twentieth century, having diverse influence on pop culture. Their popularity grew during the early 1964 when they held the first five slots on the Billboard Hot Singles chart. The Beatle Band was a collaboration of four prominent artists. The band constituted John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (Ringo). Their prominence was also promoted by the selling of more than a billion records and their favorite hits in 35 countries, globally. It is widely acceptable among analysts that irrespective of diverse challenges in the music industry, in America... The...
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Analysis of the Beatles Music
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...Beatles Music Arguably, the song “Please Please Me” by beetle shows the proper way of writing a hip-hop song in the sixties. In essence, this piece of music had all the ingredients that demanded the attention of its fanatics and listeners (Hertsgaard, pg6). The music had an elaborate and riff introduction that naturally sticks in the head, fascinating and eye catching title, and enough breaks that enable the listeners to examine the tone, focal points, and key message of the song. In addition, this music was inspiring with a dramatic ending that leaves one desire for more, as well as, gets the feeling of satisfaction. According to Lennon, this music was composed to be on the hit... Analysis of the...
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The Beatles and the Topic of Androgyny
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...Beatles and the Topic of Androgyny Introduction In the context of Jane Tompkins “I Want to Hold Your Hand”, the term androgynous is used to describe gender identity that exists in a society whose roles of gender do not entirely fit within the constructs of masculinity or femininity roles as designed by the process of social advancement. According to Barbara Ehrenreich, Elizabeth Hess and Gloria Jacobs, “androgynous” is the state of breaking away from gender roles, in which context they affirm that the Beatles were androgynous because they were free to be strong, sexual, and do what they liked(Golder and Sarah 523). In other words, androgyny is the state of...
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Contract & Purchase Negotiation Not Just the Beatles
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...Beatles Part It is imperative that negotiators possess unique and dynamic characteristics when they are engaging other parties in negotiations. A manager like Brian Epstein of the Beatles would have avoided negative publicity from entertainment and media industries that took advantage of his naivety in engaging them in serious and tactful negotiations that would have earned the band group millions of revenue through their performances. Effective negotiations require that the negotiators prepare in advance, know what they want (objectives & goals), how to achieve it (strategy) and most important the negotiating ability of the other party to the negotiations. Thus, because of lack... ...
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Influence of drugs on the musical output of a Beatles
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...Beatles’ music. At first, the musicians took over-the-counter uppers called Preludin to keep up the grueling schedule required of young musicians under contract in German clubs. John Lennon said... , “If they came in at five in the morning and we’d been playing seven hours, they’d give us a crate of champagne and we were supposed to carry on. My voice began to hurt with the pain of singing. But we learned from the Germans that you could stay awake by eating slimming pills, so we did that” (The Beatles Anthology 49). Ringo Starr remembers that they began using drugs, because, “That’s the only way we could continue playing for so long. …we’d get really wired and go on for...
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The song: Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles (2:08)
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...Beatles starts with a chorus instead of an introduction. The introand bridge of the song “Aah, look at all the lonely people” offers continuity with the songs chorus. The song is a perfect example of mode mixture between Dorian mode and the natural minor (Aeolian mode). The song is set on E-minor and based on EM-C chord progression. Due to the utilization of the Aeolian mode, the song utilizes the b3, b6, and b7 notes. The lead melody is derived from a lighter Dorian mode; this is a minor scale with a sharp sixth degree. The song starts with the C-major harmony, “Aah, look at all”, and then shifts to an E-minor “lonely people... homophonic song texture. The song’s tone is consistent with its...
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Evaluate PESTEL factors in Beatles store in London
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...Beatles’ store in London, is a real treat for all the diehard fans of the infamous UK based band called “the Beatles’ of the 1960s. A large range of memorabilia, ranging from clothing, bags, mugs, and magnets, to miniature guitars, drum kits, old and new records, various autographed items and figurines, everything Beatles related can be found at the store. The store is located at baker street... ? When the macro environment is being analyzed, it is crucial to identify those factors that may in turn affect various vital variables which may influence the demand, supply and cost levels of an organization. The dynamic nature of society and the radical changes constantly faced create an atmosphere of...
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HOWARD GOODALL'S 20TH CENTURY GREATS - THE BEATLES
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...Beatles The presentation analyzes significant figures in the video that enriches a given audience. The definition awarded on the musical pieces of the 20th century is unique. The video defines the rare technology used in the mainstreaming the given set of music. Additionally, the video defines a shift of tradition in the musical production and presentation. I find the video to be a significant presentation of the musical tradition in the 20th century. The imagery presentation of musical artists is of significant interest to any given audience. As such, the video presentation is useful to the youthful generation of the modern day. The mainstreaming technology... Howard Goodalls 20th Century Greats - The...
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The song: Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles (2:08)
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...Beatles made use of different techniques for the composition of this song. The timbre has made the song quiet strong in terms of the music structure. The standardized notes of the acoustics to the verse and from the tempo to tonal color, the composition of music seemingly remains melodic in tone. Work Cited Beatty, J. Eleanor Rigby: Structure in the Arts. New York, 2005. Print.... Technical Music Analysis of ‘Eleanor Rigby’ The song Eleanor Rigby opens up with verse (where refrain lyrically covers verse). The reason behind its opening with verse is because the chorus causes music change in the song along with eight bars. Eleanor Rigby is a mixture of harmony and melody. The lead melody in the song is s...
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The song: Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles (2:08)
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...Beatles made use different techniques for the composition of this song. The timbre has made the song quiet strong in terms of music structure. The standardized notes of the acoustics to the verse and from the tempo to tonal color, the composition of music seemingly remain melodic in tone. Works Cited Beatty, J. Eleanor Rigby: Structure in the Arts. New York, 2005. Print.... Technical Music Analysis of Eleanor Rigby The song Eleanor Rigby opens up with verse (where refrain lyrically covers verse). The reason behind its opening with verse is because the chorus changes music change in the song along with eight bars. Eleanor Rigby is a mixture of harmony and melody. The lead melody in the song is sounding ...
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The Eternal Beatles (How did the group develop over the span of their career)
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...Beatles The Beatles, considered by many to be popular music’s most historically important band, continues to evoke intrigue and fascination from a social point of view while their music, even today, appeals to people of all ages more than 30 years after their last album was released. The Beatles were the embodiment of the 1960’s. They began their career as one type of band and ended as quite another altogether. This is the theme of their development, how they transformed from seemingly carefree suit and tie wearing lads who created innocuous, relatively simple songs to counter-culture icons widely perceived as leaders of a societal revolution. For America, the Beatles could not have... The Eternal...
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Popular Culture in the 1960s and 1970s overwhelmingly made the Beatles more Popular than Jesus
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...Beatles more Popular than Jesus Christopher Goforth 6/24/2012 Introduction In 1966, John Lennon made the largely controversial statement about the Beatles being more popular than Jesus. In an interview, he said that “Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that; I'm right and I'll be proved right. We're more popular than Jesus now”1. This statement was lauded by their fans, but significantly condemned by the Catholic Church and other Christian religions. Nevertheless, it was a statement which was significantly supported on so many levels due to the power and the influence of popular... of Central Oklahoma Popular Culture in the 1960s and 1970s overwhelmingly made the...
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The Beatles recording catalog covers a wide range, to say the least, from the likes of Love Me Do (1962) to Revolution 9 (1968)
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...Beatles The Beatles made the announcement in 1966 that they would focus on recording studios and retire from public performance. In 1967, they released their album called Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band that was widely purchased by young people globally. The Beatles were not only a band of musicians, but also the personification of new counterculture characterized by hedonism and experimentation. They did this with new ways of life and music. For example, some members of the band experimented with LSD as well as exotic spiritual experiences such as transcendental meditation. These forms of life were reflected in their production of music with Hindustani, avant... Pop Culture Revolution by the...
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Mark Sullivan, More Popular Than Jesus: The Beatles and the Religious Far Right Author(s), Popular Music 6/3 (October 1987): 31326
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...Beatles and the Religious Far right s), Popular Music 6/3 October (1987 31326 Introduction It is not surprising to witness the claims by mortal men that they are popular than Jesus. In their belief, Christianity will one day completely vanish and be forgotten. In order to give roots to such claims made by the Beatles, the music industry has been used as a principal instrument of winning followers against the belief in Jesus. In the 4th March 1966, the most controversial statement in history was made by John Lennon (Sullivan, page 313). In his speech, he argued that Christianity would go, that one day it will shrink and vanish. He claimed that that rock... Mark Sullivan, More Popular than Jesus: The...
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Sheila Whiteley, The Beatles, in her The Space Between the Notes: Rock and the Counterculture (London and New York: Routledge, 1992), 3960
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...Beatles The Beatles is a music band that was close to imitating the western civilization. In any chance, the Beatles worked as a team though... Sheila Whiteley was a woman studied modern music at the of Salford. Whiteley is a female musicologist who has a keen interest in research identity and subjective issues. Her good work on sexuality and gender makes people remember her. Whiteley is the author of The Space Between and other publications. The Space Between explains the styles of music mainly the cultural icon that has proved to be the central factor in modern culture. The note describes the relationship between popular culture to psychedelic coding, the Rolling, and Stones rock music. The Beatles...
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Outline of Special occasion speech
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...Beatles At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Specific Purpose: To inform and entertain the spectators by idolization of the world’s most popular rock band called Beatles and to detail their importance to the music industry. Central Idea: Beatles has impacted the music genre of rock music by reintroducing rock music, dominating the music charts and experimenting different musical tools in rock music. Introduction: The Beatles started their journey of rock music during the period of 1960 when they developed their band in the region of Liverpool and since that they have governed the hearts of Rock music followers. Preview: I am here to pay tribute to the legendary band Beatles... Speech Outline – Tribute To...
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Why is a Hard Days Night culturally important
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...Beatles rock and roll band. The year 1964 was a peak period for the band with many people being able to identify John, Paul, George, and Ringo, the four boys who made up the Beatles band. Without a doubt, the 1960s marked a critical time in history defined by numerous cultural changes. The Beatles Band contributed immensely to the cultural changes that took place in Great Britain as well as America in those years... THE CULTURAL IMPORTANCE OF A HARD DAY’S NIGHT By Location The Cultural Importance of A Hard Day’s Night Introduction The movie titled A Hard Day’s Night produced by Walter Shenson and directed by Richard Lester in 1964 was highly phenomenal. The movie featured the four members of the Beatles r...
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A Hard Days Night
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...Beatles emerged during this era. They consisted of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. There popularity was a direct result of both the social and cultural revolution and the values that the 60’s posed. A culture which valued material possessions like fashionable clothes and pop music. Their film, A Hard Day’s Night portrays those values and how... A Hard Day’s Night The 1960’s revolutionized the United s, changing its politics, culture and also music. During this time the hippie culture emerged. These were youths who came up with their own culture and rejected their parents traditional values. They extended the boundary of what was accepted as the American culture. The...
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The Beatle Side of Rock
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...Beatle Side of Rock The Beatles are a world famous band, renowned for the kind of music that they made between the 60s and the70s. They have been able to establish themselves all over the world with a fan following of more than 30 million people and fans continue to listen to their music even today. (Curtis, J ) This paper helps to provide an insight into the biography, music and lyrics of the band The Beatles, and also discusses other contemporaries during the time that this band gained recognition, with a view to comprehend what set the Beatles apart from others and how they were able to write their own music and win over the hearts of millions of people around the world. The various... 15 July The...
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Beatlemania
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...Beatles. The Beatles, considered by many to be popular music’s most historically important band, continues to evoke intrigue and fascination from a social point of view while their music, even today, appeals to people of all ages more than 30 years after their last album was released. The Beatles were the embodiment of the 1960’s. They began their career as one type of band and ended as quite another altogether. This is the theme of their development, how they transformed from seemingly carefree suit and tie wearing lads who created innocuous, relatively simple songs to counter-culture icons widely perceived as leaders... Beatlemania The ‘60’s era was instigated by events in the U.S. but affected ...
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Paul McCartney
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...Beatles. In that group was one of the world’s best known music composers, a man called Paul McCartney. This paper focuses on his life, all the way from his childhood years to beatlemania to life after the Beatles. This is analysis of how the Beatles came to fame, wrote and sang songs that are still sang and covered till today, and introduced different kinds of music and recording technology. The paper gives an in-depth knowledge of the Beatles and helps the reader appreciate them and what they contributed to society. James Paul McCartney was born on June 18, 1942... in 1960, they decided on the name “The Beatles”. They added George Harrison and Pete Best to the group, and...
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Lesson 6 Discussion & Assignment
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...Beatles’ Influence Is Over d When we hear the words “British Music”, the first thing that rings our bells is the name of the most popular British band ever – The Beatles. This is particularly right when we talk about the 60s years of the XX century, the music period known as ‘the British Invasion’. To understand such phenomenon it is necessary to drop into a short study of the success of this band. Though they had image of the guys who were lucky to become famous, it is not the primary reason for the whole world’s audience adoration. The musicians were recognized as the masters of music and took great efforts to make their tracks not just sound, but touch the listener’s... The British Invasion: The...
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Discuss the historical, cultural and philosophical context of a 20th or 21st century art
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...Beatles The Beatles was a band formed in the year1960 which consisted of four Liverpool boys called John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. They started off small but soon had their own growing fan base especially after their first hit song “Love Me Do” that came out in the late 1962. It was only a matter of time before they became completely successful. The Beatles had been popular since their early years but it was after the release of their album Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band that they truly won over the hearts of the people with songs inspired by the current events of their time and the experimentation with the singing... Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band by the...
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Confusion and Loss of Direction in the 1960s
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...Beatles’ album Let It Be (Beatles 1970). The purpose of this analysis will be to obtain the major themes of the album and then relate those themes to the social commentaries of the time. Released in 1970, the album Let... German Kurbaji Hammond, Natasha ENC1102 5 June Confusion and Loss of Direction in the 1960s Music is the soul of every society. It serves as a medium for people to express their inner thoughts and feelings, and thus reflects the general mood of a certain milieu. Given this opinion, analyses of songs popular in a particular period could lead to an in-depth realisation of the socio-political truths and conditions of that particular period. This paper will perform an analysis of the...
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The British Invasion
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...Beatles are one of the few bands that seem to have found new audiences with every generation. Why do you think this is? I, myself is a fan of the Beatles and I belong to a different generation when the Beatles became popular. I... Teacher How did the British system differ from what we learned about American music of the early 1960s in the previous chapter?  The British system differed in their musical genre compared to their counterpart in the United States in the early 1960s. The British music were typically characterized with skiffle music which is a kind of folk/jazz hybrid while the American music style was more of the combined influence of American rhythm and blues and rock and roll. The Beatles...
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AUTHENTICITY (IN REGARD TO MUSIC)
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...Beatles, continuously alluded to his own inner struggles with authenticity... The Problem of Finding Authenti in an Industrial World Being authentic is somehow hardest thing toachieve in modern society. We, as human-beings, all have our own personalities and possess our own sense of authenticity. However, this authenticity is difficult to define when we begin to confront the various demands of our society. After reading Lennon Remembers, I realized that fame is not achieved through the authenticity of that person, but is achieved instead through the process of McDonaldization, a phenomenon of the industrialized world. John Lennon, despite his fame as a member of the legendary musical group The Beatles...
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Lesson 5 Disscusion and Assignment
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...Beatles (1967) It is not practically possible to pin down a definite year as the starting era of rock ‘n’ roll music. It was in 1953 that rock ‘n’ roll gained significant popularity in the music industry with Crazy Man Crazy recorded by Bill Haley (Gillett, 3). The Beatles were an English rock band that originated in Liverpool in the year 1960, and it ruled rock ‘n’ roll industry for the next ten years. Their immense popularity worldwide can be attributed to their variety of wonderful... History of Rock Music Motown sound is known for its soulful music and special features. It was founded by Berry Gordy and its popularity lasted till1970s. One basic characteristic of Motown sound was its consistency for ...
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Evaluate the social, cultural and political context of the Beatle's WHITE ALBUM
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...Beatles White Album The Beatles White Album Introduction When it comes to listing some of the most influential musicians of all time, the Beatles never miss. It is hard to believe that there is any person in the western society who has not heard “Help!” or “She Loves You,” some of the most famous songs that came out of their White Album. Even people who have not heard their songs are well aware that there existed a band by the name Beatles. People indentify this group in pictures; a lot of them know their individual names, or at least their first names (George, John, Paul and Ringo). Most individuals could tell apart who they were by just listening to their songs. The hairstyle they wore... ...
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How the Movie of the Beetles is influenced in the 1960s
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...Beatle-mania in an approach at once delicate and intellectual (Murray 8). A silky incorporation of Richard Lester’s convoluted track, Alun Owen’s hysterical libretto, and the natural trinkets of Paul, George, Ringo, and John, A Hard Day’s Night is a movie flawlessly of it is the moment and flawlessly enduring (Murray 8). The plot is effortless. A day in the life of the Beatles as they endeavor to formulate it to a recital, fraught by Paul’s provocative grandfather known as Wilfred Brambell; inept journalists, law enforcement, and studio tycoons; and, of course, hordes of earsplitting teenage girls (Murray... The beetles (A hard Day’s Night) A Hard Day’s Night viciously circles the foremost flaring of...
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Live Performance versus Studio Recordings
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...Beatles’ ‘Love Me Do’. The live recording was captured at the BBC, while the studio recording was featured on the album ‘Please, Please, Me’. One of the advantages of studio recordings is that the band and the producer have the luxury of recording the different musical elements at different times and then mixing them together. This ensures that the greatest quality recording is possible. This is definitely noticeable with the Beatles’ studio recording as one notices the crisp drums and harmonica sound that is produced from the song’s introduction. Just as instruments can be recorded on different tracks, so can vocals. This is a highly noticeable feature for the Beatles’ music... as they are...
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Changing of Pop Music
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...Beatles. How the Beatles changed pop music The Beatles came into limelight by changing the whole idea of pop music in the world. This was after they overwhelmed the world with their creativity in sound making, which showed their integrity with what was referred to as “fab four’s success” (Frith, et al, 1990). The group comprises of George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon and Paul McCartney. This new mix sound, which was developed by Beatles, was a mixture of rock and roll with black rhythm and blues. Their unique sound comprised of sounds, which were easy to sing along with the lyrics. Their music made youths be interested... ? Changing of Pop Music Insert Changing of Pop Music Introduction Pop music...
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British Invasion
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...Beatles appeared on American radio stations and became extremely popular. On February 9th 1964, the Beatles performed live on The Ed... The British Invasion The British Invasion is a term that is used to describe the flow of rock-n-roll performers from Great Britain to the USA, who became very popular there and started a great wave of popularization of the rock music. The peak of the British Invasion was in 1964-1966. It is interesting that the roots of this phenomenon are grounded in the USA with the explosion of the rock and roll music in America in 1955. Inspired and amazed by the new style of music and the success of the rock singers and bands, such as Elvis Presley, Bill Haley, the Comets and...
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Popular Music and Populist Politics
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...Beatles’, ‘The Rolling Stones’, Jim Morrison of ‘The Doors’, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley, along with several girls’ group such as ‘The Supremes... Popular Music and Populist Politics Being a “hip” eighteen-year-old teenager in the year 1963, I could perceive that now the world of music is abruptly changed from past few decades. During the era of 60’s, a flourishing culture of new age music has been begun to emerge in the global prospect. As a music lover and passionate teenager of this era, I would like to hear pop and rock music, which make me feel happy that I am belong from the year of the richest musical culture. Unlike other music lover teenagers, I am fan of 60’s rock icons ‘The...
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Module 6
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...Beatles and Rolling Stones took completely different paths in that the Beatles saw themselves as a pop group while the Rolling stones largely practiced rhythm and blues music. The two paths have remained important genres of rock music with rhythm and blues having its largest fan base among African Americans while pop is still more popular with white Americans. However, both the pop and RnBs music have made a significant impact on the global music industry and have many audiences in various parts of the world. Works Cited Frith, Simon (1988). The industrialization of music. in Andy Bennet, Barry Shank, Jason Toynbee. “Contemporary Dance Music and Club...
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...Beatles’ is perhaps the most popular band in history. They wrote and performed many songs that are continuously being played even until today. The boy band that made John Lennon popular, together with Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr became a worldwide sensation. As a young group, ‘The Beatles’ became a phenomenon with their upbeat songs and unique style. But they also grew as artists and good songwriters. This is especially true with John and Paul who wrote some of the most widely-known songs ever. John, on his own, can be best remembered... John Lennon is a cultural icon because his music was not only beautiful and meaningful to many people, his life was only one of conviction. ‘The...
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Interpreting Popular Music
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...Beatles Introduction Music is vital to a general semiotics on the grounds that it is an especially mixture sign framework. Musical sound draws in a wide assortment of assets for meaning, from indexes of substantial states, through to the most unique of cultural images. Aesthetic valuation appears to rest in a general sense both upon guideline- administered stylistic standards, and radical individuation in works and gathering. Musical practice is inserted in numerous settings and casings of reference (histories, exhibitions, demonstrations of creation, gathering practices, and others). Lastly, of every significant structure, music has maybe the most unpretentious and complex... Not a second by the...
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How did the Rolling Stones influence the music
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...Beatles, Pink Floyd, Bryan Adams, Led Zeppelin” (Rej &Wyman, 2006) were establishing their names in various other genres of the music world. However, none of them contributed to the extent to which rolling stones did to music. No body dared to, and if dared then was not able to surpass rolling stones when they were on their peaks. With the release of their first album, they were on the top. With every song, the message that they gave was clear enough that “we are here to stay and to rule forever” (Rej &Wyman, 2006). The influence of Rolling Stones was so strong that all the upcoming bands... Running Head: How did Rolling stones influence the music? How did Rolling stones influence the music?...
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- Art and Music Appreciation
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...Beatles’ Music Today? The collage of styles in Strawberry Fields Forever is a precursor (or permission) for other bands to incorporate classic themes in their music. It took a while, but bands like Electric Light Orchestra and Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark came along much later and used string and brass sections, together with symphonic strains. It was all due to John Lennon and Paul McCartney and their innovative, prophetic, visionary borrowing of classic motifs. The lyrics are intentionally jumbled to express laconic... Academia - Research December 2009 This is Not Art: Brad Holland Expresses Himself Brad Holland’s website (2009) is a humorously cynical expression ofanger at how the formal,...
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