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    George Harold Harrison, the youngest Beatle, was born February 25, 1943. He had two brothers, Harold Jr. and Peter, and a sister, Louise. His mother, Louise, was a housewife, and his father, Harold, was a bus driver.George's initial interest in the guitar came about slowly. His mother remembers that she started finding paper covered in drawings of guitars among his school things. So, she bought George an old second hang guitar from one of his class mates for three pounds. George tried to teach himself

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    molested a female student, The Beatles distanced themselves from the guru. Only Harrison remained interested in his teachings. According to bandmate Paul McCartney, "We made a mistake. We thought there was more to him than there was. He's human. We thought at first that he wasn't." Maharishi's supposed sexual misconduct, and the inkling that he expected money from The Beatles, eventually ended the relationship. Yet Harrison, still a believer in transcendental meditation, produced a record by the Hari

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    The Beatles Essay

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    Music is a major part of entertainment in the world. Throughout life, people are introduced to many types of music, artists, and bands. One specific group, however, is far more different from the rest: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, or better known as: The Beatles. The Beatles were, and still are, the most famous and biggest rock band in history (Infoplease). Most people would know them for their fame, but there is much more to the band and each individual of the

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    Essay On The Beatles

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    Marcial Cabrera Research Paper The Beatles The Beatles- members, John Lennon (vocals and rhythm guitar), Paul McCartney (Bass, vocals), Ringo Starr (Drummer, vocals), and George Harrison (lead guitar, vocals). The Beatles were mostly influenced Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Carl Perkins influenced the Beatles, and Buddy Holly covers. On July 6, 1957 John Lennon was performing his amateur *Skittle group at the church’s picnic in Liverpool suburb; that’s where Paul McCartney first saw John Lennon and

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    The Beatles, one of the most renowned and iconic bands of all time, still inspire modern artists today. However, they were surprisingly once formed by humble beginnings. Today I’d like to give you information about the 1960’s classic rock band; the Beatles. I have been a superfan of the Beatles for years now. I’ve done extensive research throughout the years about the band and I’ve listened to all of their albums several times. There are three main points about the Beatles to touch on. First, how

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    their journey to fame as the Quarrymen in 1956. With name changes such as Johnny, the Moondogs and The Silver Beatles, the group adopted the name The Beatles in 1960's. The band was established by John Lennon, and later added was Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. Other original members were Pete Best, and Stuart Sutcliffe. However, Best and Sutcliffe were not marked as one of the Fab Four. With trial and fail, The Beatles became a hard-working

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    The Beatles Influence

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    soon come to be known as “Beatlemania”. The song that started it all was the popular single “I Want to Hold Your Hand” (Sullivan Witnesses Beatlemania). The quirky lyrics made millions of American girls fall head over heels in love with John, Paul, George, and Ringo. After such a successful debut in the United States, The Beatles’ path for success was inevitable. From there the rest was history. The Beatles were to become the biggest cultural phenomenon in the years to come (The Beat... ... middle

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    The Beatles

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    members: Paul McCartney (born June 18, 1942), John Lennon (born October 9, 1940), George Harrison (born February, 25, 1943), and Ringo Starr (born Richard Starkey; July 7, 1940) (Britannica Student, 2005). Each of the members was born in Liverpool, England to working class families. Lennon and McCartney taught themselves the intricacies of being a musician. The original band was composed of Lennon, McCartney, and Harrison and called the Quarrymen. Several name changes occurred (Johnny and the Moondogs

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    The Beatles

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    popular music, equaled by few performers. The guitarists John Winston Lennon, b. Oct. 9, 1940; James Paul McCartney, b. June 18, 1942; and George Harrison, b. Feb. 25, 1943; and the drummer Ringo Starr, b. Richard Starkey, July 7, 1940, were all born and raised in Liverpool. Lennon and McCartney had played together in a group called The Quarrymen. With Harrison, they formed their own group, The Silver Beatles, in 1959, and Starr joined them in 1962. As The Beatles, they developed a local following

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    It also helped that they were one of the first groups to include more original music on their records than covers of songs written by other people. (All Music) The Beatles started out with 3 original members; John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison. During their first few years as a band, they constantly change their lineup and eventually became just 3 guitarists, they proved that they were the best musically and the best with the group personality wise. (All Music) It took a while for the

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