The Beatles: The Greatest Bands Ever
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The author of this paper discuss' the importance of the contribution in the musical history such band as Beatles. Their style and musical forms were unique and innovative, so the paper contains the detailed review of their creativity.… The Beatles music is considered the most popular and prominent during the twentieth century, having diverse influence on pop…
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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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… However, he expressed his preserve attitude towards Jesus but declared his distrust with the doings of the disciples of Jesus. He said he did not know which would first…
The Beatles as Musicians
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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.… This band, most often, preferred to incorporate classical music in…
Outline of Special occasion speech
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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. Conclusion: Beatles have governed and rules our hearts and… Web. 5 Nov. 2014.…
The Beatles Story
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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… The group gained more popularity in Britain in the 1960s due to their creativity. “Love Me Do,” which was their first single, became a hit in 1962 (The Beatles, 2000,…
The Beatles
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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.… Two of the Beatles are now dead, but the icon of "Beatles" remains, having moved from a…
The Beatles Analysis
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The 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.…
Research Paper on the Beatles
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The 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.… In November of 1960, they met the rock and roller Tony Sheridan, and they became friends. The…
Why is a Hard Days Night culturally important
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The movie featured the four members of the Beatles rock and roll band. The year 1964 was a peak period for the band with many people being able to… The Beatles band had developed a unique lifestyle. Many young people developed an obsession for the Beatles band a phenomenon described as “Beatle mania”. The production of the movie afforded many young people an…
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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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… These forms of life were reflected in their production of music with Hindustani, avant-garde and Western classical influences (Young 14). This period saw the Beatles redefine the meaning of rock and roll as…
A Hard Days Night
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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… Their film, A Hard Day’s Night portrays those values and how they handled them. This essay will try to show why the Beatles film, A Hard Day’s Night reflected the values of the…
The Beatle Side of Rock
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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. …
Influence of drugs on the musical output of a Beatles
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This paper examines the drug usage of the popular band The Beatles and the influence on their creation. How did the "freedom sixties" develop in a psychodelic manner and why? … Beneath the neat haircuts and proper suits, John, Paul, George, and Ringo were buzzed on speed from the very beginnings of their careers. They smoked pot with other musicians in England…
Drugs as The Beatles inspiration
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Beneath the neat haircuts and proper suits, John, Paul, George, and Ringo were buzzed on speed from the very beginnings of their careers. They smoked pot with other musicians in England before they achieved stardom.… Even after they quit taking acid, their minds reacted to effects of the drug. Throughout the life of the band, drugs influenced the Beatles'…
The Beatles
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The essay "The Beatles" describes The Beatles were phenomenal in the music industry. Simply put, rock'n'roll, as we know it today, was the initiator of the Beatles. A special loan must be provided to Elvis and all other interested parties involved in planting the seeds of this musical genre.… The musical band’s increasingly stylish experimentation…
Popular Culture in the 1960s and 1970s overwhelmingly made the Beatles more Popular than Jesus
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Popular culture was a very intensive and extensive tool during that time as it also represented a time when the end of the war signified major social developments and interactions. For this reason, many social and popular groups like the Beatles and the Monkees, gained almost god-like status among the Baby Boomer population. … It was therefore not such an…
Paul McCartney
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ABSTRACT 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. 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.… James Paul…
Beatlemania
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The paper is looking back to one of the craziest case in the human history of the full obsession and making live idols like Beatles. … The ‘60’s era was instigated by events in the U.S. but affected the entire industrialised world. No other decade or era in the past century witnessed the massive social or cultural upheaval that occurred during this tumultuous…
Lesson 6 Discussion & Assignment
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This is particularly right when we talk about the 60s years of the XX century, the music period known as ‘the British… Every song, though being simple at the first sight, conveyed the ideas of the things that are eternal for the human being. The Beatles’ style, moreover, introduced music techniques that were new for that time and made the band’s sound unique.…
Discuss the historical, cultural and philosophical context of a 20th or 21st century art
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The Beatles was a band formed in the year 1960 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… with songs inspired by the current events of their time and the experimentation with…
Confusion and Loss of Direction in the 1960s
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This paper will perform an analysises of the Beatles’ album Let It Be (Beatles 1970) the songs of the Beatles in the album, Let It Be. … Released in 1970, the album Let It Be includes popular songs such aslike Let It Be, The Long and Winding Road, Two of Us and Dig a Pony, among others (Beatles 1970). Despite the different topics and situations that the songs…
The British Invasion
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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… The chords of their music were also simple (but beautiful) that everybody can relate. The themes of the lyrics of their music are also universal that anybody can relate whatever the generation, background or…
AUTHENTICITY (IN REGARD TO MUSIC)
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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.… al group The Beatles, continuously alluded to his own inner struggles with authenticity from the perspective of being an industrial product within the…
The Beatles and drugs
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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… This change however was not only affecting Britain but the rest of foreign…
The Beatles Creative Process
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Name Professor Module Date Music - The 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. … Contrary to what was stated by Hertsgaard, Lennon’s aim was to experience the visions induced by LSD. Lennon…
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