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    “The Beatles” is a rock band formed in 1960 in Liverpool, England. The group originally consisted of the guitarist John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison along with bassists Stuart Sutcliffe and drummer Pete Best. Much of the group’s early time was spent playing shows in Hamburg ,and Germany. McCartney then took on base after Sutcliffe’s 1961 departure and they began recording as a backing band. After meeting their future manager Brian Epstein, “The Beatles” signed to record for

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    Vietnam War Is Over Essay

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    was that many people lost family and friends over a war that they could not win or did not matter to some. Many celebrities including Muhammad Ali, Martin Luther King, Jr, and John Lennon were outraged over the war as it seemed that it was not worth the effort. Many people protested in their own way, however, John Lennon had a different approach to his. He took to music to get his point across. Happy Xmas (War Is Over) really showed Lennon’s concern about the war, brought into life the idealist

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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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    Paul Mccartney Biography

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    back in the 1920’s it was an unassuming terraced house that was built by the local authority. Mary McCartney died of an embolism October 31, 1956 following a mastectomy family was shook by Mary’s death, and caused a land between Paul McCartney and John Lennon , because he love is mother in 1958. Jim McCartney was a musician who had been the leader of Jim Mac’s Jazz Band in the 1920’s. On 20 Forthlin Road there was a piano that Jim bought from Henry Epsteins NEMS store that was in the first room. which

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    Singer-Songwriters and Social Activists

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    important artists who involved social issues to their songs or even racism issues and for me that’s amazing how they had the courage to express their opinions and feelings towards those issues with music. Artists such as Bob Dylan, Billie Holiday, John Lennon, Frank Sinatra and Pete Seeger. The first artist I am going to talk about is Mr.Bob Dylan, who was born on May 24,1941. He was a folk singer and songwriter, his full name is Robert Allen Zimmerman but with time he took the name of Bob Dylan when

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    here today and without journeys the world would not be as we know it. A thorough study of the text ‘The Tempest’ by William Shakespeare, the painting ‘Entre le trous de la Memoire’ by Domenique Appia and the song Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, reveals that a journey is much more then just a movement from one place to another. There are three types of journeys, imaginative, physical and inner. An imaginative journey is one in which the individual doesn’t in fact have

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    In the Life of John Lennon John Lennon was a gifted and talented artist, so unique and phenomenal that millions of American youths followed him and the Beatles during the 1960’s. Even after the Beatles disbanded, his fan base continued to follow him. John was an extraordinary composer and wrote hundreds of songs by himself and with his fellow Beatle’s band member, Paul McCartney. While John is primarily known for his singing, he also staged peace demonstrations in hopes to impact the day’s youth

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    Roots of Success In The Music of The Beatles

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    You’ lead to their achievement and appeal in the music industry. These songs recorded on the same day account for their early triumph, because initially both songs have the intention of appealing to their fans especially the female crowd. Secondly, Lennon and McCartney helped each other write both songs and this represents how they both contributed ideas, where each of their accomplishments built more success for the group. Lastly, while both are engaging love songs one is upbeat, while the other is

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    success of their albums. The four went on numerous television shows like The Ed Sullivan show, a late night show like Jimmy Fallon. All great things must come to an end. The Beatles went their separate ways and about 10 years after the split in 1980 John Lennon got shot by Mark David Chapman. Later in 2001 George Harrison died from cancer. The two other members of the band are still alive. Ringo Starr at age 77 and Paul McCartney at age 75. The so called “fifth” Beatles member, Pete Best is still alive

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    they experimented in several music styles; ranging from pop ballads, Indian music, psychedelia, and finally hard rock. The Beatles consisted of four men, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr. The hippie movement and the use of drugs heavily influenced The Beatles, creating a deeper meaning to their songs. McCartney and Lennon found inspiration for the song “Blackbird” when they were exploring India in 1968. An accusation about the song “Blackbird” was simply that they had heard

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