In 1988, The Beatles were inducted into the Hall of Fame. Back then, and even now, The Beatles impacted the world in a way that no one could have imagined. They’ve helped many people to overcome their hardships and enjoy times of peace and happiness and will continue to do in the future. “The Beatles created something that never trailed off. What a gift that was to their fans.
In 1962, along with Ringo Starr1 and George Harrison, they formed the rock group known as "The Beatles". The group featured a modern rock that was new and popular during the period with John and Paul composing and doing the leads on most of the songs. They were backed by George on rhythm and bass guitar and Ringo on drums. George and Ringo also assisted on backing vocals. When they first began playing, the main influence inside the band was John Lennon, who had an uncanny ability to compose songs at a moments notice with an inspiration that others missed.
Brian Epstein like Williams played a prominent role in shaping the career of The Beatles and remained with them until his tragic death. Epstein met the band while attending one of their concerts, he proceeded to go into their dressing room after the show was over, and convinced the lads to let him be their new manager (Brian Epstein). Epstein worked hard to polish the bands' appearance, and his worked payed off when he landed a record deal for them (The Beatles 1). He managed to get an audition for The Beatles at EMI's Abbey Road Studios and there George Martin decided to sign them (Brian Epstein).
The Beatles have been noted as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, and most persuasive bands of all time. They were both musical and lyrical masterminds whom interpreted their opinions through their music. Of those many opinions their main message they wanted to send was the idea of peace. The Beatles opposed the war in Vietnam and were avid participants in the anti-war movement; by trend setting, not being afraid to speak their mind, and writing songs including: “Give Peace A Chance,” “Revolution,” “All You Need Is Love,” and many more. These songs insinuated and instilled their views on world peace, and back their opinions on the war.
The Beatles were largely influenced by the early American rock and roll of the 1950’s. Eve... ... middle of paper ... ...s. The then untraditional takes on music composition, style, and image, have been adopted by many modern musicians. Which band do you think has had the biggest impact? Works Cited Forster, Robert. "From Mop Tops To Moustaches."
(Remembering Lennon) i. “The Beatles had connected with hundreds of millions though their music, but Lennon, largely by dint of his confrontational individuality, had been the one mostly admired, the one who seemed to reflect the attitude of his generation” (I remember the real John Lennon) 1. Evidence ii. “The early and tragic death of a hero, a leader or a cultural icon always produces reactions of greater intensity than the sad passing on of a revered figure at a grand old age.”(Remembering Lennon) 1. Evidence iii.
In this research ‘The Beatles’, the paper reflects on the rise of the group, and what made it famous. The research is also focused on studying how the group managed its conflicts, its historical significance, and the contributions the singers made to the current music. The most suitable research method used, and sources are secondary sources since there are many detailed records regarding the rock band. I have conducted the research from the internet and books in the library, alongside journals that illustrate the work that the rock band did and how it came to end with time. The group had significant influence on the American pop culture because people loved their music and other singers who came after tried to use their style of music.
SOURCE: The Beatles Bio 2017, The Rolling Stones, accessed 30 June 2017, http://www.rollingstone.com/music/artists/the-beatles/biography VALIDITY: This article features a recount of their career and their successes. This article explains in detail the success of the Beatles and how they evolved throughout their career. However, it does not have much information on how the Beatles affected society. RELIABILITY: The article incorporates statics and a recount of the career of the Beatles. This reciting of the quotes from members proves reliable because it is directly spoken by the members who are a primary source.
In 1950 there were only 131 million people of age 65 and older; in 1995 their number had almost tripled and was estimated at 371 million. Between now and 2025 the number will more than double again; and by 2050 we will probably have more than 1.4 billion elderly The percentage of elderly increased from 5.2 in 1950 to 6.2 in 1995. By 2050 one out of ten people worldwide will be 65 years of age or more. While currently population aging is most serious in Europe and Japan, China will experience a dramatic increase in the proportion of elder people by the middle of the next century. This is largely due to the country's success in family planning, which rapidly reduced the relative size of birth cohorts since the 1970s.The future number of people on the globe, evidently, is an important antropogenic factor of global change.
Most people would know them for their fame, but there is much more to the band and each individual of the band than what people really know. (About.com) The Beatles began their music career by signing a manager, Brian Epstein. After they signed Epstein as their manager, Epstein was successful in getting the boys a record contract in March of 1962. The producer, George Martin, liked what the boys played, but he liked their sense of humor much more. With that, Martin chose to sign the band to a contract for one year, but he suggested a drummer for all of the studio recordings.